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Please have a look around and do get in contact if you have any questions, we would love to hear from you.
We are a large family of 6 which consists of my husband and I and our 4 young children. We live in the beautiful Hampshire countryside, in a small rural village with 50 acres of garden, fields and private ancient woodland to share and enjoy with all our dogs.
We are lucky to share our life and home with our wonderful family pets, 12 dogs, 1 (outnumbered) cat, birds, chickens, ducks, a handful of rabbits, alpacas and Kunekune pigs.
We have found the doodle breed to be nothing other than affectionate, gentle and highly intelligent animals. They have wonderful temperaments, are incredibly quick to train and wonderful dogs for any age. Doodles are such beautiful dogs, bursting with love for people! They make you laugh with their happy characters and want to be with you, side by side, every second of the day.
I have always been animal mad, I was raised in a large family surrounded by pets, and was lucky enough to have parents that weren't strict when it came to adding to our already large family.
We always had a couple of dogs, even receiving a beautiful Blue Merle Collie for my 11th birthday (who eventually went on to have puppies of her own). Some of my earliest and fondest memories are of walking the dogs with my father, or rather, my father walking the dogs with me sat proudly on his shoulders.
The experience of breeding has been such a positive experience for us all. Our children love helping out and are proud chief puppy socialisers as well as helping with their day to day needs.
Our puppies are born and raised in the family home around all the normal household noises and other pets. They are surrounded by love, affection and lots and lots of cuddles.
All our doggies are fed the raw diet, which I whole heartedly recommend, with all puppies being fed the raw diet from 3 weeks old. The health benefits of the raw diet are vast and I am more than happy to answer any questions you have about this diet.
We want all our puppies to leave us as well rounded, confident pups who are ready to move on with their new owners knowing some basic commands. We start to introduce clicker training to the pups when they are 6 weeks old. We want the puppies to have an understanding of toilet training before leaving us too. They will be taken on several car journeys and used to baths, general grooming and (with a busy household) lots of noise!
As soon as you have chosen a name for your puppy we also start calling and training them by their name so they get a used to it before they go home with you.
You're welcome to visit your puppy as often as you like so you can both start to bond with each other, we also have a Facebook page that will be updated regularly with puppy photos, so you can see your pup growing.
We want you to be as confident and happy adding a new puppy to your family as possible and therefore we are happy to help as much or as little as you like.