Acral Mutilation Syndrome (AMS)

Acral Mutilation Syndrome (AMS) is an inherited sensory neuropathy disorder affecting several sporting breeds.


The disease is characterised by insensitivity to pain in the feet ( acral analgesia ) which can be associated with sudden and intense licking, biting and severe self-mutilation of the feet, while proprioception, motor abilities and spinal reflexes remain intact.

Affected puppies look smaller than their healthy littermates.

Symptoms maybe followed by further complications such as infections, ulceration, nail loss, swollen paws and fractures.

Age of onset: 3-12 months


We breed beautiful, healthy, Labradoodles, Double-Doodles and Mini Sheepadoodles, all bred and raised in the Hampshire countryside 

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20.01.21 UPDATE

Due to the volume of enquiries, we are taking a short break to ensure that we can respond to everyone. We are aiming to re-open the contact page on the 1st of February. Speak soon!

As a reminder below is our current situation:

Australian Labradoodles

Our waiting lists are now full until late 2021. If you would like first refusal on any available puppies or to be notified first on any upcoming litters, you're welcome to join our general waiting list.


We currently do not have any available Sheepadoodles. We had hoped to have Sheepadoodle puppies sometime in 2021, however due to the BVA closing over Covid, we will not be opening a new waiting list for the time being.

Im afraid we do not breed Goldendoodles.

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