So what makes us different? Early pup training begins with the Dr. Battaglia’s Bio Sensor program at day three to help stimulate them neurologically, litter box training in the earliest weeks to prepare them for the next stage of potty training, emotional conditioning at every important stage, and early crate training in their final weeks with us to prepare them for their forever homes. What’s special about us is the amount of individual time we invest in each puppy, the Bio-Sensor method and socializing we do, and the meticulous care we take in choosing a stud and caring for our pups. We take the time to really invest and give our BEST to each puppy before and after they leave our home. Because of the emotional conditioning and care we give, many of our pups leave our home and further their training to become service and therapy dogs. Excellence in early puppy care is essential to the lifetime quality, personality and temperament of a dog. Most adult dog behavior problems stem from training, neglect or fear issues that occurred in the earliest days, weeks and months of a puppy’s life. We do temperament testing on each puppy at seven weeks of age to make sure we haven’t missed anything and that their temperament is solid. We use the testing scores to ensure that we’ve successfully conditioned each and every puppy to be ready for their forever home, with great confidence, people connection skills, and intelligence – to be a service dog, a therapy pup, or just a great companion! Check out our Doodlemonials page and our Doodle Blog pages to get a closer look at what we do here. We love what we do!
We love our puppies and we believe all the work we are doing with them here is important in giving them the BEST temperaments and helping them to be prepared for their forever families. Check out our testimonials page and picture gallery to see what we’re about. Our puppies are in our home with us, exposed to all the noises of daily living and surrounded by people that love them. We do the Bio-Sensor method with each puppy, crate training, lots of baths and holding time with us in our home daily. We’re proud of the fact that many of our dogs go on to do therapy work.
We have one labradoodle puppy available now! Due to a job change situation with someone on our reservation list, our “George” is open for adoption to an approved loving home. “George” is 7 weeks old, a wonderful multi-generational labradoodle from a great line and we’ve worked with him to be the best dog with a great temperament! He will be a standard size labradoodle, growing to around 55 lbs. and comes from a great genetic line. Both parents have amazing temperaments, excellence in health and testing and have beautiful fleece coats. Check out our testimonials and photo gallery. Family breeder with lots of hands on and the proven Bio-sensor program for each pup we raise.