Sam (Humbolt, SK)

This is another of Debbie and Einstein’s pups from August 25, 2012. Sam lives with his family in Humbolt, Sask. I have heard from three of the nine pups today when I went checking on this litter. These are the first pictures I have seen of Sam so I am glad I went checking, it would be great to hear about all of them. I sincerely thank Kyle for sending these, he is really a beauty and looks very much like his dad. This almost makes me want to breed Debbie back to Einstein instead of Cesar but I have a waiting list for those pups and we missed last year. Some buyers have chose to wait the extra year. I am very sad that my Doodle breeding will be ending in a few years (if I can hang on that long). Sam’s family wrote:

Here is pictures of Sam our puppy from you and our family. He has been a fantastic dog very smart and amazing with our children. We cannot Thank you enough. If your ever getting rid of any puppies let us know!

Adagio (Addy) from Airdrie, AB

This is another of Debbie and Einstein‘s pups born August 25, 2012. Adagio lives with her family in Airdrie, Alberta. Addy was the smallest pup in the litter and was actually a darker apricot when she was born. I have now heard from five of the nine pups from this litter. This is what keeps me going, to actually see what they look like and hear about how they are doing. Keep up the good work Torri and Jen. Pat her one for me. They wrote:

Here are some pictures of Addy (short for Adagio). She is about medium groomed in this picture taken not too long ago. She’ll soon get trimmed down for summer. She loves snoozing on the couch by the front window where she can watch the traffic on the street. Twice a week she goes to doggy daycare when Jen comes in to Calgary to work. She’s very smart, will sit, lie down, relax, walk beside, give high fives etc. She instantly recognizes the word “walk” and will go bananas jumping around if she thinks we’re saying it to her. She also comes and reminds us around 5:00 every evening that it’s her supper time.

Her colour changes from apricot to almost white depending on the season and how long her coat is. And, of course, she’s a big fan of her stuffie ‘baby’… She’s a great dog although somewhat protective of her house (and me) and perhaps a little jumpy – always on alert. She is super smart and loyal and I love her when she’s long and ‘muppetty’ but Torri seems to prefer her when she’s trimmed quite short.

Thanks for our beloved family addition!

Marty (White City)

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Is it looking like Marty is in the right home, spoiled rotten and loving every minute of it. Looks like these two keep Marty in shape. Their Grandparents have Kloe, my retired Retriever now. His family sent some photos and a video and wrote:

Hey! I thought I would send on more shots of the second dog I got from you dealing with 7-year old boys. Amazing dogs. Wow – patient!!!


Marty is one of Debbie and Cesar’s males from August 30, 2013. Marty is a full brother to Ferlin and Kix. Sounds like a real character, he lives with twin boys that are 7 years old, so that keeps him busy. His family told us:

Marty has two new little kitty friends. He is a character. He wants to play with them sooooo badly but he’s so big and intimidating to them. He tries to groom them and lay down with them in his dog bed but usually ends up squashing them. Kind of funny! He sleeps in the most awkward positions – he is usually toast by the end of the day from playing.

Sookie and Susie

This update has really made my day. Sookie is everything I hoped she would be. Sookie will be getting little brothers and sisters in about two months as Debbie is being bred to Cesar now, this will make pups born the end of June, ready to go in August. I really love this Debbie dog, she is destined to go to the Yukon to a horse ranch when she retires, it will be hard to let her go but she would have the best life ever there with horses and other dogs. Thanks Alison, I appreciate this update very much. She wrote:

Well the “girls” are really really great. Sookie is still the reserved lady and Susie is just a wiggly eager and attentive teenager! Susie plays fetch and Sookie plays chase. So, as you can imagine mayhem ensues when Sookie takes the ball Susie is to retrieve and takes off with it with Susie in hot pursuit! The girls are inseparable and will cry for one another if you separate them. They will often share the same crate! We invested in an additional crate that’s larger to accommodate their rooming in together.

We have taken up the challenge of grooming the dogs ourselves. We just invested in a good set of clippers and various guard lenghths etc. Both dogs absolutely love being groomed. They just love having your hands on them! From brushing to trimming- they love it! It’s a good way to bond with your dogs. I still have trouble trimming Susie’s nails – mostly cause she can’t be still. I’m hoping she will settle down so I’m not so exhausted after…

Sookie loves to cuddle – just full on body hugging she will lean her whole body in- most affectionate. You try and pet Susie and she’s on her back for belly rubs! As different as they are they are quite complimentary to each other and to our household! Thank you for allowing us to welcome your dogs into our home!


Sookie is the apricot and she is from Debbie and Einstein‘s August 25, 2012, litter and Susie is one of Dory and Cesar‘s pups from their July 9, 2013, litter. I have numerous buyers that have bought a second Doodle, some families I have put three into the same family and one Regina family now has five of my Doodles spread amongst their family. This makes me wish I were younger! Their family wrote:

Hi Margaret Ann and company!

I am just sending you a couple shots of the girls- Sookie and Susie. I have so much to tell you but so limited space!

The gals are such unique individuals – each with such endearing qualities. Sookie is our graceful lady and Susie, who is still coming into her own, I think will be a show stealer.

The two are the most attentive dogs we’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing…..

We just took clippers to Susie for the first time. She did real well. I asked the vet when they were prepping for her spaying to tend to any matts on her legs and belly that we could not keep up with and naturally we had some “fixing” to do to even her out afterwards. Nail trimming is still a challenge. It takes me a long time to tend to those black nails safely and Susie just doesn’t have enough patience to put up with me.

We took the gals ice fishing with us and they were so good in the shack – better than the kids! They were so curious with the fish – and they stuck to the bed we made for them – real troopers!

Thank you for the opportunity to introduce these characters to our family. I hope to update you again real soon – it’s been too long since the last time…..

Fran – F1B Labra Doodle (from Debbie) – Born August 30, 2013

Fran has been sold!

Fran, last daughter of Debbie (F1 Labra Doodle) and Cesar (Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle), this makes Fran an F1B Labra Doodle! This means she is a non shedding dog, that is obviously used to the outdoors, this means she can be an outdoor or indoor dog. She loves the snow, the deeper the more fun it is to Fran. She has just started leash work and is very good about the stairs (unlike her brother Ferlin).  Other than continuously burying herself in the nearest snow bank, she was great about pictures today. She is a very quick learner and has a calm and gentle disposition, this girl would make a great family dog, especially if that family went to the lake.

Fran is up to date on both shots and her deworming program, she has had access to both crate and a small dog house so would be very easy to crate and house train, she is a willing student and works well for a few words of praise or a pet (I am not a treat for work trainer), with me the pup does what is expected of it for praise, just like children should be trained. This girl is going to go places quickly with her training which started in earnest today.

Fran would make a great outdoor or indoor dog, she would like to go where there are either kids or a cross country skier that she can accompany on short journeys to start with and long journeys once she matures. She is not mature enough to run behind a motorized vehicle yet as she is only 4 months old and her hips are not mature enough, but anything at normal speed such as cross country or kids would be right up her alley.

Fran is $900 as is her brother, Ferlin, and either would make a ‘Cracker Jack’ companion for the next 15 years. They would trade all the love in their hearts for food and medical, you will never find a more willing and trusting companion. If you are sincerely interested in making Fran a member of you clan, please text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.

Ferlin (Saskatoon)

This handsome dude is Ferlin, full brother to Kix. I was going to keep Ferlin rather than put him through another bad home (I took him back from the first one and didn’t even take him inside the door of the second one). Then this family lost their beloved Doodle and really needed a dog right away to ease the pain. I suggested they come down and meet Ferlin, he was already well advanced in his leash work and I was head over heels in love with him and he was to be with his sister for as long as they lived. I can assure you he would not have gone to anyone but this family. I had the pleasure to visit him a few months ago, in his new forever home, he came right to me, laid his head in my lap, looked at me with his wise brown eyes and I am sure he was thinking ‘Now what”. We had tea with Grace and when Gerald came home the truth was immediately obvious, Ferlin is definitely Gerald’s dog! I am so happy with the way this story is playing out, I will have to buy a bigger hat if it gets much better because my head is swelling. They wrote:

Just back from our walk and here is our boy. He’s not crazy about posing as you can see! He is doing so well going to work for short bits with Gerald and is responding very well doing his “work” to become a therapy dog. I went to Rosetown last week to watch the class. You would be so very proud! He is a gentle giant and we love him so much!


Ferlin is now settled into his new home with a Dr. and his family in Saskatoon, he is going to accompany him to the hospital in the role of a Palliative Care dog. I miss him terribly as he was my shadow. They had one of my other Doodles but he ate something that punctured his bowel and they lost him. I know in my heart that Ferlin can go on to do some great things, this young dog is wise beyond his years. They told us:

My youngest brother and his 4 kids were just here. Ferlin did SO well! By the end of the weekend he was following them around and laying down to be pet when they approached him. You would be so proud!! He is my happy thought most days and he is Gerald’s shadow…which he loves. The two of them always have ‘work to do’…and off they go together.


Ferlin was born August 30th. 2013 so he is almost full grown, his parents are Debbie (F1 Labra Doodle) and Cesar (Chocolate Standard Poodle) making him an F1B Labra Doodle. He is about 23 inches at the wither and a leggy fellow, once he fills out he will be a fairly big dog, he weighs 50 lbs. now so I am guessing he will weigh about 70 to 80 lbs. when he is fully mature. He is extremely well crate trained, he goes in with a snap of the fingers and the words ‘Kennel up’ and knows his commands for heel, sit, stay and down both verbally and hand command. He is non shedding with a curly coat that is clipped into a Schnauzer clip now.

He likes kids unless they run at him and then he will try to hide behind you (this is only since he spent a stint in the wrong home, so we are working on that now with two little boys that are 3 and 5 years old here on the farm). He has a very soft gentle temperament so I would describe him as a Gentleman. I would like him to go to a farm, acreage, or at the very least a big fenced yard and I would like him to go where there is another dog, he loves to play with other dogs, even little ones and he is very gentle with them, his best friend here is a ancient Jack Russell.

He has all his shots up to date including Rabies and he is neutered now (this was part of the agreement with putting the home he spent a week in), so I have a lot invested in this Ferlin Fellow, hours of training that I would like to see the fruits of my labour enjoyed by someone who wants a well started dog. It would thrill me to pieces to place him into a home where the new owner was active with walking or running, he would be the perfect companion. I make myself available to help my buyers however I can to assure my pups and young dogs get into the right home every time, that obviously didn’t happen the first time for Ferlin and it was a very stressful week for myself and him, now we need a success story. This would be the perfect dog for someone who works or who doesn’t have time to start a young pup and go through the house and crate training. If you may be interested in this handsome specimen of an F1B Labra Doodle, who was born black but is now getting Chocolate highlights in his coat, please text 306 521-1371 or apply to this ad. The price for Ferlin is $1,400 but you will not have any vet bills for shots or neutering, his Rabies is good until April 2015.


Ferlin is the last of Debbie and Cesar’s August 30th, huge litter, this makes him almost 5 months old. He is well on his way to being crate trained. He has been sleeping in his crate at night and has access to it in the day and chooses to lay in front of it to nap. He is house trained to a dog door which goes out to a corner of the deck and down a narrow ramp (it took him two days to get used to it but he is up and down it like a rabbit now). He is a kind and gentle sort of character and was amazingly cooperative yesterday when he got a total body puppy clip, his coat wasn’t really that long but needed a tidying up, so I went 3/4 inch all over him except his ears and tail, which I left unclipped but brushed, and his ears were plucked. So he is completely clipper trained, he is doing great on lead and comes to a whistle and just stands in front of me waiting to have his lead put on. I use only Cesar Milan leads for training pups, it is gentle yet firm and they catch on very quickly to come with me and stay at my side.

I didn’t get too excited about selling all these pups as I set the hay shed up for training and that was to be my winter project. A concussion and bitterly cold weather slowed that process down a bit but we are back on track now. Ferlin has a very gentle disposition and has been a very willing student. I am going to go as far as I can with training on this guy and the price will go up accordingly. He is $1,000 now, that price includes delivery safely into your arms as I do not ship my pups. He is now starting to change colour, he was coal black but is getting lots of silver and chocolate hair throughout his coat now. He is going to be one of those pups that people stop you and ask “where did you get that dog?!” For more information or lots of pictures I took yesterday with this character please use my contact page or text 306 521-1371 or call 306 792-2113


Ferlin is the last 2013 son of Debbie (F1 Labra Doodle female) and Cesar (Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle), making him an F1B, non shedding Labra Doodle! He and his sister, Fran, have just started leash work.  Ferlin is catching on to walking in the proper position and sitting when I stop, we will however be working on stairs! Some pups just take right to climbing the stairs and some struggle with it, stairs are not Ferlin’s favourite thing at the moment but with a few more days of it he will have it mastered. Usually the pups that are cautious at the beginning are the ones who excel in the end.

This young man would make a great companion for someone who cross country ski’s or goes into the bush or cabin in the winter, the deeper the snow the more he likes it. He has been kept outside, he has a warm insulated dog house that gets the old straw pulled out and fresh put in every week, I never put only one pup in a pen, everyone has a partner to snuggle up with, when that partner goes they get a new one… thoughts on this are: you can take an outside pup in, but you can not put an inside pup out, and I am dealing with customers that do both, so my pups are conditioned to cold weather and pups need to know other pups. Every pup does a stint with an older dog so they know their place, older dogs can teach a pup things I can’t, so we go through the whole process to try to produce the best conditioned pup possible. I also believe that pups need to work off some energy before they can settle down and learn, and there is nothing that can get them settled down like a play a session with other pups, so that is what I do, put each pup in with a new pup, let them romp and play and when they are tired enough to lay down I put the lead on (I use only Cesar Milan leads) and show them what ‘heel’ and ‘sit’ are, from there we go to pylons, ramp and stairs, from there we go to ‘stay’ and then on to ‘down’ then ‘sit stay’ and ‘down stay’. As each of these processes are completed the price goes up accordingly. So people you pay for what you get, I will gladly coach you to train your pup, or you will pay for what I have worked at and I will try to train you to keep it up. I admit I am great at training pups but I suck at training people!

Ferlin was born August 30th. from a litter of 12, I did not aggressively advertise him and his last sister because I am always leery of Christmas pup buyers, I want my pups to go to the right home the first time, every time, so it is not important to me that some of them are older pups. There are a lot of working people that need an older pup that is ready to sleep through the night and will house train, and crate train within two days. I have bonding techniques that I gladly share with my buyers.  I am in the process of writing a book, but will gladly share the ideas that have been a lifetime of learning for me, with my buyers when they purchase one of my Doodles.

Ferlin is up to date on his boosters and deworming program and will come with lots of instructions on how to continue with both health and training. Obviously I am not in this for the money, you can tell that by the price of my pups, I love what I am doing and intend on doing it until I am 70 years old, so 4 years to go. I am headed for the Chocolate Doodle market and want to make my mark on that end of this industry. To me, getting a pup into the right home for the next 15 years, and putting a valued member of the family into the right home, is my goal. So if you are not ready for a pup, I am not the right breeder for you.

Ferlin is $900 now, his price will go up as training progresses.  If you are seriously interested in Ferlin please use my contact page or text 306 521-1371


Aella looks like another success story…..I love pairing great dogs up with great owners who go the extra mile!!! Her new family wrote:

Hope all is well with you! Aella is growing like a weed! She loves her food and really loves people!

We just wanted to share with you that we passed beginners puppy class and were awarded with most improved team! Aella loves to practice and please! She even got to try out some agility and really picked up running through the tunnel!

Wishing you all the best!


Aella is a daughter of Debbie and Cesar, born August 30, 2013. Most of my buyers have no idea how hard it is to get pictures good enough to post a pup for sale until they get it home and try it themselves. I think she is beautiful. She still has one brother and one sister here, if they are not sold by Christmas I will start training them and raise the price accordingly. Her sister Izzy goes this Friday to Calgary. I am still pretty busy and not feeling the best but putting my chore clothes on and getting out to my dogs always helps. Aella’s family wrote us:

Hope this email finds you well! Aella is quite the dog, learning lots and really exploring her new world now! I apologize for the lack of photos, but she isn’t the best at posing and they’re often quite blurry! Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season!

Charlie (Calgary)

I thank you Brigette for these beautiful pictures of Charlie. He has indeed grown into a very beautiful young man. When I get updates on a pup I try to share them with the owners of that pups littermates. I do not forward anyone’s private information, dog thefts are increasing and it breaks my heart to think that someone would actually do that. I am so impressed with Debbie’s pups from both Cesar and Einstein. I can tell that Charlie is well loved. So far Debbie has pups in three provinces. Give that boy a pat for me, I wish more people would do the life jacket option for their dog! Charlie’s family sent us these great pictures and wrote:

I have been getting all these updates of your pups lately and thought I should send a few for Charlie. He’s such a happy, fun spirited pup. He loves going to daycare and spending time chasing balls and swimming in the lake during the summer. We couldn’t be more pleased with how is growing up. Thanks so much !


We just received some updated pictures of Charlie, along with this note:

Just some update pics of Charlie’s new hair cut! I think he likes it!


Charlie is one of Debbie and Cesar’s F1B Labra Doodles born August 30th, 2013. The comment with this picture was:

He is growing up so fast! He really is lovely. I will keep updating as he grows. We just finished puppy classes and he is attending a day school doggie daycare twice a week. He loves to play with all the dogs and tends to make friends with the biggest dogs in the pack!


Izzy went to Saskatoon first but the lady had recently had surgery and there were some allergy issues so I went and got her back. Her Calgary family were given the phone number of her Saskatoon family so they could compare notes to see if Izzy was a good fit….turns out she is a great fit. I still have one male from this litter that I named Ferlin, I have done a fair amount of work on him so once it warms up I’ll do some finishing touches and offer him for sale. Izzy’s family wrote:

I hope you’re doing well and keeping warm in Saskatchewan! I just wanted to give you an update on our dear little Izzy. She is an amazing pup – she’s the cuddliest, sweetest girl ever! She’s 6 months now and has lots of spunk, but is happy just to chill with the family at every opportunity. She’s a little shy when it comes to people, but she’s never met a dog she doesn’t love. She’s great with the kids and I can hardly remember what it was like around here without her.

She’s doing absolutely great with us here in Calgary – although you might not recognize her these days! About a month ago, we didn’t realize she was getting matted around her joints (knees and elbows) and the groomer suggested we “start from zero”. Well, little did we know how SHORT that meant! Really, it doesn’t matter because we know it will grow out (and, actually, it’s a very manageable hair-do!) although my 7-year old thought she looked like a “messed up Weimaraner” when we picked her up at the groomer! She’s growing out nicely, which is great because it’s ridiculously cold here and she doesn’t love her doggy parka or boots. Just like her human mom, she’s getting lots of silvery hair in her coat, so we think she’s going to be a really cool silver color as she gets older.

We hope you’re doing well and thank you every day for the love and care you put into Izzy. She still rings the bell when she wants to go outside, and has such lovely dog manners. We get compliments on what a sweet dog she is all the time. We know the circumstances of Izzy coming to our family were so unusual, and we feel so lucky. Izzy is an important part of our family. Thanks so much for doing what you do!


Izzy is now in her new home in Calgary with her new kids, just in time for Christmas. I am sure she will be fine now!


Izzy has now been SOLD!

Meet ‘Izzy’, she is a daughter of Debbie (F1 Labra Doodle) and Cesar (Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle) born August 30th, 2013. Izzy is from a litter of 12 pups that are very well handled as they were bottle supplemented the first month of their life until they could start on a dish, then they got a bottle at bed time for another week. She is the last female available. She went to her ‘forever family’ but they have severe allergies so reacted to her and reluctantly sent her back to be replaced with a full Standard Poodle. Izzy would be great for a family with allergies that are not severe or a family that just want a non shedding dog.

This pup has had nails trimmed and foot massages regularly, she has been bathed here and also been professionally groomed, she is a sweetheart to work with and has a very ‘willing to please’ temperament. She is just starting to get some silver hairs into her coat, along her muzzle and around her eyes, she is not going to stay black but will slowly change to either ‘brindle’ or ‘shotgun’ silver in colour. She is pretty much house trained, there have been very few accidents, she uses the dog door in my office that goes down a ramp and into an outside run. She sleeps through the night in her crate and only squeeks in the morning when she needs out. She walks very well on a leash and has had three sets of boosters, so she is safe to go anywhere you would like to take her, she is totally vet checked and ready to go on to her life of adventure. She would love to go to the lake, or camping, hiking, or just sit around with her family and take them for long walks. This girl would ace a puppy obedience class, she is well socialized with other dogs, was very gentle with the barn cats when she had access to them and loves children.

Izzy would be perfect for someone who does not have time to start a pup, she is well started and ready to have her own forever family to love and look after for the next 15 years. Her price is $1,100 and that price includes delivery safely into your arms, if you live further away we could meet part way but I don’t have a problem delivering to the central prairies. I do not ship my pups! For more information on Izzy please text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.