Guardian Family Program

 

As we expand our program, we may occasionally offer approved families a special opportunity to qualify as a guardian home.  Labradoodles are bred to be close family companions and they naturally love human company and closeness and we believe that they will best thrive in a loving family environment!  

How the Guardian Program works:

  1. A puppy is placed in an approved home when the puppy is about 8 weeks old, we occasionally may offer an older puppy to an approved guardian as well.

  2. Once the dog has successfully completed all their health testing and reaches full maturity.

  3. You will need to keep a close eye on her “in heat” schedule so we can have her for a few days to test and breed her and then she would return to our home in time to deliver her puppies, returning back to you once her puppies are weaned.

  4. When the breeding career is over, we then spay them and they are returned to your family with full ownership rights to live out their lives as your loving family pet.

  5. We may occasionally have “stud” family guardian home opportunities as well.

your responsibilities as a qualified guardian home:

  1. Routine Vet care including but not limited to; monthly heartworm medication, maintaining a healthy weight and diet, strict monitoring of heat cycles, routine vaccinations, proper grooming practices and a healthy stress-fee environment .

  2. Feeding with a top quality food approved by us.

  3. Live within a reasonable distance to Bayou Doodles' location.

  4. Open communication with the breeder.

  5. Contained yard.

  6. No unneutered male dogs in the home. 

  7.  Dog must not leave the area unless breeder is notified and approved of before hand.

  8.  Dog must be accessible to breeder at ANY GIVEN TIME, when requested.

If you become a guardian family Bayou Doodles maintains full ownership and full breeding rights to the dog until their breeding career is completed.  Failure to follow guidelines will result in removal of guardian dog.