The guardian home system allows qualified families to adopt a breeder quality dog without the high expense associated with the Australian Labradoodle. The guardian family takes home the breeder’s “pick of the litter” puppy because this pup will be used for future breeding.
Here Is How It Works:
The puppy lives with the guardian home as their family dog. The dog is your forever family pet.
We the breeder retain the breeding rights for the dog.
The puppies are born at our home and female dogs will stay with us until the puppies are weaned (usually around 8 weeks old).
Expect that your female guardian home labradoodle will have her first litter at approximately 2 years old.
Expect that your female guardian home labradoodle will have approximately 4 litters in 6 years.
After the guardian dog is retired (usually around 6 years old), we the breeder will pay for the cost to have your dog spayed or neutered.
We breed our dogs with guardian homes because it is our belief that every dog deserves a loving forever family. We do not believe in kennel breeding, as dogs raised in kennels rarely get the socialization and stimulation they need. The Guardian Home system ensures a happy dog, a happy breeder and a happy forever family. A win win win.
How To Qualify To Be A Guardian Home:
You must live within a 45 minute drive of Stamford, CT 06903.
You must own your own home.
You must have a fully fenced in yard.
You must ensure that the puppy/dog is properly socialized.
You must provide veterinary care when needed.
You must ensure that your dog is supervised and will not be left alone for long periods of time.
You must ensure that that your dog will be kept as an indoor dog.
You must be willing to bring the dog to us when needed throughout the year.
guardian home frequently asked questions
WILL MY DOg BE A MALE OR FEMALE?
Most guardian homes dogs will be female. However, there will be some males available occasionally
is there a cost involved to become a guardian home?
Yes. There is a deposit equivalent to 1/3 the cost of buying a puppy. When the guardian dog has completed its breeding career and has been spayed or neutered, the deposit will be returned to the guardian family.
who pays what medical costs for the dog?
The Guardian Home family will be responsible for all medical costs associated with the dog except for any "breeding" related costs which will be at the cost of the breeder.