Friday, March 13, 2015

Meadow Park's Hazel Indiana and Ell's Willow

Hazel came to visit. She had her first birthday while she was here.

She is a standard size.  She will start her health testing next month.
If all goes well we hope to have puppies from her before Christmas.

Hazel and Willow had a blast playing!

Willow just had her first trip to the groomers. And had a VERY short hair cut


They liked gettin gup on the trampoline and hanging out with Eric.





Such a Beauty! And super sweet personality too.




Willow before her hair cut.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Well here it is Valentines day! Much Love to all of you.

 Maple and Ruby are both expecting to go into heat in the next month or two.
 Ruby has had her testing and here are the results from the OFA :
Clear for congenital cardiac disease.
No evidence of patellar luxation
Clear of thyroid disease
OFA Preliminary report  GOOD hip joint conformation and normal Elbows.
Ruby is also clear by parentage for PRA and EIC
We will be having her eyes CERF or ACVO tested this next month.

We still haven't picked the father for these next two litters, but we are looking and as soon as we decide. We will post pictures of the handsome boy :)


We will test Hazel, Tilly and Willow next and expect puppies from them before Christmas. 
Tilly

Willow in front, she is a lot more curly than Tilly, notice the little dog on the side.
That is Lucee we watch her sometimes
she thinks she is as big and tough as the labradoodles. 

That water bottle in Willows mouth was in the Blue toy in Tilly's mouth
it stayed in the toy for about 3 minutes before those 2 pulled it out.

Beautiful Matilda! (Tilly)


Monday, October 20, 2014

Puppies in 2015

We are in our slow time.
We won't be having any puppies before Christmas this year.
Maple is having a break. Saddie retired. Abby tragically was accidently poisoned (keep slug and snail bait away from dogs and kids!) Hazel, Ruby, and Tilly need to grow up alittle more and have their health screenings done. Charlie Brown will hopefully be able to breed with Hazel. and carry on Saddie's standard size line. ( about 50-60 lbs)
Maple, Ruby and Tilly are all Medium in size ( probably not any bigger than 30 lbs). I am searching for a stud for them, and plan on trading Willow  for that stud.  If not I will search the Australian Labradoodle websites through the United States and Canada and find an amazing boys for each of these girls.

Ruby and Maple

Hazel all wet and Willow
Pictures taken in July 2014

Monday, August 11, 2014

We have had a lot of dog visits, and play dates.

Maple and her pup Spruce from her 2nd litter
Yes, Spruce has been digging in a muddy hole.

Spruce and Ruby, Ruby is from Maple's 1st litter, she is about 10 months old.

Ruby and Maple, Ruby is a little bit shorter than Maple. She may
still grow some, although she  turns 1 in Sept.

Shake that head Ruby! They have been playing in the water.

The hole that Spruce found is right behind him, we dug a hole for a
post and Spruce loved it.

A fluffy puppy all muddy!

Spruce loved this hole!

Ruby will be one in Sept.  We are hoping for wonderful
puppies from her next year. It looks like she will be about
25 lbs full grown.


Here is Hazel all wet, she came to play. She is a standard size labradoodle
from Meadow Park Labradoodles in Indiana.

This is Hazel and Willow. They are only 8 weeks difference in Age!

Ruby, Hazel, Saddie, Spruce, and Willow. 

Ruby is the Chocolate girl, she is almost a year old. Haze is the apricot, she is  5 months old

Spruce and Willow watching us clean up the yard.

Tilly came to play, she is on the left, Spruce and Willow on the slide.

Tilly and Willow 


Mario is our foreign exchange student from Spain. He is loving the puppies.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

All the pups have found their homes,

All the pups have found their homes. A big thank you to all that have followed and looked at our puppies. We have had such fun with this litter. We will be having a little break from pups and don't expect any litters until about this time next year. So check back !


 Willow has been held back, with the hope of trading her for a wonderful boy that will help my Australian labradoodle Medium size lines. She was the pick of the litter structurally from Pat Hastings evaluation. And from taking her to have her Aptitude tested she tested as a service candidate.
 Here is this little beauty:
Both her parents weigh about 30#'s