Our breeding program is designed around our special breeding dogs living a pampered pet lives with their wonderful local guardian family. Placing our breeding dogs in Guardian Homes allows for us to continue to grow our breeding program, and more importantly ensures that each and every dog in our program is first and foremost a forever family pet!
This program is a win win win win for all involved... for the Guardian Family and our Labradoodle. We do not have kennels, and our dogs will always be house pets and the center of attention in their loving families lives.
For additional information on our Guardian Home Program and how it works, please make sure to read through all of our page before contacting us. The Guardian Home Program is is a wonderful opportunity for local families to have the very best puppy (which was selected as the pick of the litter,) that we have to offer.
Without our Guardian Families we could not do what we do!
If you are interested in adding one of our Guardian pups to your family by participating in our Guardian Home Program please email and let us know why you think your home is our best choice.
Guardian Homes are the way we are able to expand our breeding program, and to ensure all of our Breeding Dogs live a pampered life with their very own forever family.
Our Guardian Home Program allows for local families to have a “pick of the litter puppy”, or top notch breeding puppy for their family. The Guardian Home puppy is part of the Guardian Home’s Family forever, while the breeding rights are retained by Springville - Cash Labradoodles for a set amount of time (each situation is slightly different so we prefer to work out specific details with each family on an individual basis.) Once the Guardian Dog has completed his/her breeding career, he/she will be spayed or neutered at our expense, and the ownership of our breeding dog is transferred to the Guardian Family.
Our Guardian Home Families are responsible for the general routine veterinary care and wellness of the Guardian puppy placed with them. This means annual vaccines, feeding a high quality dog food, grooming, flea/tick prevention, training, regular exercise and socialization, and most importantly all the love and care and attention possible :-)
Any “Breeding Related” costs for the Guardian Dog are the expense of Springville - Cash Labradoodles.. Our Guardian Homes are only responsible for routine maintenance and medical care just as they would if they had their own dog.
A Guardian Family gets the very best that Springville - Cash Labradoodles has to offer in a Australian Labradoodle. This means that we choose our breeding dogs based on the best qualities that are outlined in our breed standard with temperament of course coming first.
Another wonderful benefit to our Guardian Families is that their Guardian puppy will be completely health tested by 12 months of age (some tests may be done as early as 16 weeks of age) at the expense of Springville - Cash Labradoodles prior to entering our breeding program at no cost to the Guardian Family.
Our Guardian Families also get to enjoy the excitement of being a part of our breeding program, and seeing the puppies of their very own Guardian dog being placed with families across the country bringing others the same joy and happiness that they have received from their Guardian Dog!
To be considered as a Guardian Home for one of our breeding dogs, we prefer that you live within one hour from of our homes, (Some exceptions can be made on an individual basis) Preferably an hour outside Eugene , however Dixie lives outside Silverton, therefore an hour outside Silverton would be considered.
It is necessary that you have a Physical Fence and that you own your Home to provide a safe and secure environment for the Guardian puppy,
It is Essential that you have a schedule that will allow for your dog to not be left alone for extended periods of time.
All puppies placed in Guardian Families Must be In-Door Dogs, and are Never to be left outside unattended.
Very important is that Guardian Families must have reliable transportation, and a willingness to bring the Guardian dog/pup to us when needed throughout the year.
Most all of pups available for our Guardian Program will be females.
Occasionally we will have a male available as well!
When the Guardian dog is in season, the Guardian Family is required to contact us immediately. An intact female usually has a heat cycle that will last between 14 and 21 days. During this time, we will need access to her for breeding related appointments. Once she has been bred, she will remain with her Guardian Family until one week before her due date. At that time, the Guardian dog will come back to stay with us throughout her pregnancy, and will be returned once her pups are fully weaned approximately 8 weeks later.
We Require Guardian Homes to provide to us for the First Year:
**Regular Labradoodle Grooming
This requirement is so that we can watch her develop and grow as well as the ability to update our Website.
We also will require a visit to our Guardian Family’s home every few months during the first year to assess the Guardian Puppy and also we want to build a relationship with her for the future.
Occasionally, we will ask our Guardian Families to bring the puppy to us for a visit so that she can get comfortable with our home for when she will be here with us in the future having babies.
Each dog is individually assessed before determining their required litters. Most of our Guardian mamas will have between 2-4 litters for us .
The health and well being of our breeding dogs is a priority to us. Therefore, prior to any breeding we will always place the health of our Mama's FIRST.
Occasionally we may decide to have fewer litters per the health of our Mama. This is determined by Springville ~ Cash Labradoodles.