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About Us

My husband and I along with our two children live in Clanfield in Hampshire.
We fell in love with Labradoodles and bred our first litter of Labradoodle puppies in 2008.

We own four females and one male dog. The girls, Moe, Noodles and Mia are all sisters and are all second generation Labradoodles (F2) Our male dog is Bugsy a black F2 Labradoodle, he is also the brother of the girls. We also have Molly; she is an F1 but not related to any of our other Labradoodles.

There are lots of photos of all the dogs on our website, you can also see some photos of the stud dog Barney. We love hearing news and getting photos of our puppies from their new owners, it is interesting to see how they have progressed and developed. You can see lots of the pictures on our website. We also enjoy it when the puppies we have bred come back for a visit.

All our dogs are very much part of the family. They all have great temperaments and are all brought up with children. All of our puppies are born and raised in our family home. We make sure the puppies are well socialised and become familiar with all household noises and activity. Most of the previous puppies have curly or wavy coats like their mothers, fathers and the rest of their family. Although the curly dogs should be suitable for allergy sufferers there is no guarantee and if you suffer from allergies you should take care and think seriously before taking on a puppy. It would be unfair to buy a puppy and then later have to give the dog away.

All of our dogs are health tested. Our aim is to breed healthy family pets with wonderful temperaments. We will only have occasional litters, as our dogs are first and foremost family pets.

We endeavour to make sure that all the Labradoodles we breed go to five star homes.
We ask all of our prospective owners to fill in a short questionnaire so that we can then match each puppy to the most suitable home. All homes will be vetted.

We do ask that new owners continue to insure their new puppy after the 4-week insurance expires.

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