Nellie lives with the Geisness family. She is from violet 💜 and Buster 🤎
She is still a pup and growing up nicely. They adore her sweet soft nature. We are all excited for her first litter.
He is a indoor workingfamily pet and stud. Very well behaved and eager to please. Bandit. Is 70 % Labrador and 30 % german short hair he belongs to a friend he is fully DNA health and breed tested 100% amazing!! Starting with his beautiful coloring and then his drive to please you. he is a proven hunter willing and smart. From pointingand retrieving lines. He gets along with all other dogs even when with females in heat. He is a lover what a sweetheart. The kind of sole you were ment to love. .
Gabby... is Retired from the program. 40 pounds. was born here and she is in my guardian dog breeding program. She is a very loved family pet she is so smart and sweet. She is the happiest girl loves everyone. Life of the party but also loves couch cuddling while movie binging. favorite this is being the littlest dog but she is the boss. absolutely loves treats and her family. she will have F1B Aussiedoodles.
Owned by the Klimek family
Winnie, born in October 2018, she is such a kind and caring soul. Who also knows what she wants and how to tilt that head just to get it. Her coat is ridiculously soft. She loves her eggs in the morning and her cuddles in the evening.
she is a terrific mother of mini F1B Aussiedoodles.
Odin is owned by the Nelson family. Hidden valley has partnered with them and together we have brought up some amazing Aussiedoodles.
He loves balls. Soccer and tennis. He loves to catch them in the air. He loves to run. He loves any squeaker toys. He loves to sit at the table in his own chair after dinner for evening conversation. He also loves to sit in your lap. He is Mr Outdoors.
CHOOSING YOUR COMPANION
Choosing a dog from a shelter can be a great way to find a lifelong friend. But for many families, not knowing the dog's genetics, health history or socialization background is a risk they are not comfortable taking.
It's often impossible to pinpoint a dog's breed - and mixing certain breeds, such as a high-prey drive breed and a guardian breed, can have dangerous consequences.
Dogs from reputable breeders rarely wind up in shelters because we microchip all our animals and/or stipulate in our contracts that we will take dogs back if necessary.
For families that choose the breeder route, it's extremely important to select the right breeder. Look for a breeder with good reviews and experience. Take the time to get to know the breeder's reputation - contact people who have a dog from them and get their unvarnished opinion.
Whichever route you choose - adopting a shelter dog or choosing a puppy from a breeder - do your homework. Adding a four-legged friend to your home should never be a random act. Be thoughtful about the breed you want and why - and then decide where to find your special companion.
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