Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD)

Primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) is an autosomal-recessive genetic disease charactersed by recurrent infections of the respiratory tract as well as reduced male fertility.


Around 50% of the affected dogs develop situs inversus (Kartagener syndrome). The underlying cause is a motility defect in the respiratory cilia responsible for airway clearance and in the flagella responsible for propelling sperm cells.

Symptoms include chronic inflammation of upper and lower airways, coughing, nasal discharge, wheezing, bronchopneumonia and inflammation of the ear.


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

Hampshire Bouncy-Doodles




20.06.20 UPDATE

Thank you all for the positive response. We are closing the contact page until we have responded to each of you. 


As a reminder below is our current situation: 

Australian Labradoodles

Our 2020 litters are all currently full.

Our 2021 litters, thank you for your enquiries we will be back in touch with each of you.


If you're looking for a Sheepadoodle puppy, please do not make contact with us until after September 2020 when hopefully we will be better able to advise you.

Im afraid we do not breed Goldendoodles.

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