Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
For Doodles and their humans in and around the GTA
Latest Activity: Mar 31
Started by Diana B Feb 27.
Started by Diana B. Last reply by Diana B Jan 19.
Started by Trev. Last reply by Joan & Crosby Nov 8, 2011.
Hi Diana, do you know if there will be a Doodle Romp this summer? Thnx. Joan
Lucas, I'm not in your area but we have a great article on What To Look for in a Breeder here: http://www.doodlekisses.com/notes/What_To_Look_for_In_a_Breeder -- read it carefully and check out the links to get you started in the right direction. As far as price, F1 labradoodle/goldendoodles are least expensive at about $1200. After that price goes up for smaller size, higher generation, and Australian labradoodles (which are far more than retriever + poodle). Mid 2000's, though is the highest I've seen.
Can anyone recommend some good breeders of mini labra/golden doodles in Ontario? I'm finding it hard to sort through the large amount of breeders online. What are some signs to look for to tell you the breeder is ethically breeding, house raising the pups and going to provide a quality pup? Also, I'm seeing such a large range of prices from $800-$3200. What is reasonable for a well tempered, healthy doodle? Thanks.
Hi Shana - I seem to recall a great deal of negative feedback about Burkhart kennels. If you use the search tool in the top right corner and enter the term Burkhart Kennels all kinds of discussions will pop up which you can read. I recall a Labradoodle breeder in Grand Bend that may be worth checking out. I think it is called Cranfield's. You can search this site to see if any doodles on this site are from there or doodle lane if you wish.
Hi, I am researching labradoodle breeders (chocolate F1 preferred) in Southern Ontario and was hoping someone might be able to offer recommendations / places to stay away from? I was looking at Burkart Kennels (recommended by a lady I ran into on the bike path a year ago who adopted hers there) and DoodleLane. Both seem to get mixed reviews, though nothing concrete. I am looking for a reputable breeder, not a puppy mill. I would be happy to pay more and get a healthy, happy dog. Any advice would be greatly appreciated
I have my hands full with Thomas doodle and my sons dog who comes here 5 days a week. Thomas is 3 now also like the dog up for rehoming...3 years of training..being with his family and 3 years of loving him. Their circumstances must be bad if they are giving up their beloved dog after 3 years with him. But I still can't get my head around them asking 1000. dollars for him. Something is wrong there and sadly the LD is suffering the consequences.
At least these people are doing one right thing..trying to rehome their LD...because they sound just AWFUL to me. Who charges for a rehome?? They should be happy that their dog is going to live in a better home than they can offer. My brothers breeder of yellow labs contacted him because she was looking to rehome one of her previous puppies. His owners had split. John picked up Kingston at the breeder(he was 9 mths old) and there was no charge and all his toys, crate and food were included. My heart is breaking ..thinking that these people "dont have time for him"....the poor sweet guy. Hopefully your breeder can find a home for him.
I would love to take him but the rehome price is just ridiculous. The owner of this LD is treating him like a commodity, sad.
Our breeder has a 3yr old F1 LD for rehome, he looks gorgeous! His owners no longer have time for him.
If you are looking to add a doodle to your family, or know someone who might be able to give him a good home, you can contact the owner Kris on 416 258 6042. Disappointingly, the owner wants a rehome fee of $1000 (which would have been the cost of the the dog as a puppy).
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