I was so excited to get your email. We love the labradoodle we got
from you last July (?). He was from your litter May 15, 2005. My daughter calls him a dorkadoodle! I had
an inspection of my house last week and the inspector took a couple of pictues of him through a window - I'm attaching them
for you but will take some better pics soon. He's a BIG boy - I don't know how big they get but he's not even 8 months.
I got a kitten 6 weeks ago and Oscar (the kitten) and Murphy are the best of friends. Luckily it's a very confident
cat, but they chase each other (yes, the kitten chases the BIG dog) and are constantly pestering one another.
love to see pics of others from his litter to compare. I'll check your website from time to time.
"Hi Judy, We are honored for you to use
Elow's pictures and testimonial on your website.
The first pictures were at approximately 5
months old. I am attaching a couple of other pictures shortly after we got him, I think he would have been about
12 weeks. They are a couple of my favorites. We just adore him!
In Christ - Teri Zahn
"Rosie turned one today and I just wanted to
thank you again for our great dog. She now weighs about 55 pounds and is built more like a poodle than a golden.
She loves all people and dogs. She especially loves children. My brother says she is a diamond in the "ruff".
Thanks again. Robyn Stahl
Im not sure if you remember me, but I purchased a labradoodle from you
in Feb 2007. Her birthday is Dec
28, 2006 if that helps you
remember. Anyway I was just looking through your website and I
thought that maybe you would
like to see Dottie B. She is so smart
and so loving. I am actually living in Manhattan Beach CA now so she
play in the waves all the time. She loves to swim. Anyway
just wanted to thank you for a wonderful dog, actually the best
the world, Im kinda obsessed with her and so is everyone else.
Well hope you enjoy the pics and thank you again
Manhattan Beach, CA
It is so hard to believe that "Koko Puff" will be 4 on Friday, May
15, 2009. She is such a joy to us. She has been in full service for 2
years now and knows her stuff. Everywhere we go she steals the show.
With the "Service Dog on Board" stickers in our car windows and her
harness she is hard to miss but her face is so wonderful that people
are drawn to her then step back and realize she is working and know
they can't pet her. It is fun to watch them (sometimes). I get more
questions with her than I ever did with my other two dogs. My goal has
always been to educate people to what other services, service dogs can
do. She has been a big help in this endeavor.
Her trainers said that she caught on so quickly. They were impressed,
She actually trained early after she was certified with kindergarden
and basic obedience in our home environment. Her final training was
a Swedish Man. They were a great pair. She was only gone 12
all her tests and put to full work the week she turned
2. Actually she
was working before that but as far as me relying on
her with my life
issues . . .
She doesn't shed at all. We were really lucky with this one. We can't
happier. We keep her short because she works so much, and the mouth
to be clipped to help me(not to mention it keeps the water dish
cleaner). She weighs in at 66. The vet wants her more at 60 so we
working on that. She runs between 5 & 7 miles 5 times a week. If
didn't live in Florida she would do that daily. The pavement is too
and hurts her pads. She uses the orange and blue rubber chuck-it
as a pacifier. It is her favorite toy. She also likes toys that
has only been in the last year that we have noticed her getting
on her belly and nose. She was about 18 months old before she
to spread in the hips and get the lab look from her mom. She
to get a few of the wiry white hairs at about 2 years. I
would say she
has them scattered throughout her body at about 2%.
We loved seeing the one of her brother Murphy on your web site and
hope there are more some day. I think there were 11 in her litter.
are some pictures of her. ( am being a bragging mommie now) We
coming to you for a male in about 2 years.
Lucille, Joe, & Koko Hughes
Jenna is about an 18 month old labradoodle.