Guardian Family Opportunities
|Guardian Opportunities |
These special puppies grow up in carefully selected guardian homes and are raised as their family pet. Once these Labradoodles are retired from our breeding program, I arrange for the dog to be spayed or neutered and at that point, the guardian families become the official owners of an exquisite Australian Multigeneration Labradoodle.
The following qualifications are required of our guardian families:
- Our guardian families must live within a 50 mile radius of our home.
- After speaking with you, an application is completed and we schedule a visit for you to meet us and our doodles.
- After approval, we review the details of the guardianship and an agreement is signed.
- There is no actual purchase price paid for the puppy.
Should you live within a 50 mile radius of our home in Windsor, Pennsylvania, and would be interested in the wonderful opportunity of parenting one of our puppies, please contact us at www.windsorcreeklabradoodles.com or by telephone at (717)870-0659.
We have had the privilege of having a lovely family guardian our Daisy doodle. Renee has been kind enough to share her personal story and experience in being a guardian Mom.
When I lost my little cockapoo this Summer, I was heartbroken. I never wanted to get attached to another animal again, but a house without a dog was just so lonely I couldn't stand it. So my search started. I had always wanted a bigger dog, but I never thought my
allergies would allow it. Then I heard about Australian Multigenerational Labradoodles. They had all the traits I wanted and needed: they're hypoallergenic, they're extremely healthy (my cockapoo had Addison's disease), they have beautiful fluffy coats and are so stinking cute! Unfortunately, this breed of puppy wasn't in my budget since my husband and I had just built a house. So I contacted Vicki and told her I was interested in being a guardian, but I had no idea when she would need my services. Not being a very patient person, I bought an early gen labradoodle puppy, Hershey, but when Vicki contacted me about becoming a guardian for Daisy, I jumped at the chance. I had always wanted two dogs and just couldn't pass up such an excellent opportunity to get an Australian Multigenerational Labradoodle puppy.
Parchment Color Labradoodle
Several months ago, Daisy joined our family and it's been great! She and Hershey are the best of buds. They just absolutely adore each other and both pups are fantastic with my 5-year-old daughter. She loves to hug them and play with them, and they just love her. They have to go up with me every night to tuck her in bed. I'm sure they would prefer I leave them there to sleep, but it's only a twin bed! Being Daisy's guardian has been simply wonderful. So far, it's been very little work. We get all the benefits of having this sweet Australian Labradoodle puppy, and haven't had to do anything really except love her and take care of her, which is easy to do since she such a snuggle butt! In comparing Daisy to Hershey, her coat is quite silky and fluffy and requires very little care. Also, she has no doggie smell! She's like hugging a big, fluffy teddy bear thats super soft. She's also smart as a whip and trains extremely fast. But what makes being a guardian especially great is how wonderful Vicki and her husband, Walt, are to work with. As soon as you meet them, you know they totally love their doodles and go to great lengths to make sure their dogs and their guardians are happy. It's been a great experience. ~
Renee of Parkesburg, PA