OK, the Fiona/Chaco F1B Labradoodles are getting big. The eyes are all open, and they're transitioning from "creeping" to "scurrying" and soon they'll be "scrambling" around the pen. They are just getting to the age where we start to really interact with them. Before this all they do is nurse and sleep, and get carried around by kids a few minutes a day. But soon they get a little food from people and a little attention, and people become their favorite obsession in the world. Also, some exciting news--Chaco's x-ray assessment came back OFA and his hips are certified "GOOD" Not surprising given his parentage, but important to get that established! So, now comes the fun part of finding homes for all these Adirondack Labradoodles and raising them up through the fun, interactive middle weeks! The individual Labradoodle pictures with names and descriptions are up, so go find your new best friend!
Yeah, so on the last blog post I thought we were a week to ten days from puppy-time. Turns out it was two days later that we had a burst of F1B Labradoodles. All through the night on Jan 22,2012 we had puppies arriving. They have been doing great, actually today was first worming and nail trim. These are going to be super Adirondack Labradoodles! The last group out of Fiona and Chaco has been a hit with the families. Look at the photos page at the chocolate teddy bear Ellie Rose. She was the last one chosen from the last litter, and what a beauty. Everything I have heard back from all our customers is along the lines of "We love her, everyone loves her, my wife is more in love than me even though she resisted, best dog ever" Anyway, now this F1B Labrado mating is a proven combination, so we're looking forward to see who gets to be there forever families!
Andy, and maybe Heather sometimes. Hopefully when I get done with chores each morning I can make an entry