Caramel & Donnan 2013

AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE GUST IN BELGUM

Our ‘Gust’ is born on octo­ber 8th 2013. In the lit­ter there were 4 boys and 4 girls.

From the very begin­ning Edyta kept us infor­med about the pup­pies. She send us sto­ries and pic­tu­res, so we were able to fol­low them.
We where curious to know which one would become our dog. Just before we could go to Ger­many we knew that is was Gust en were very anxious to get to know him.

Along with lots of infor­ma­tion we could take Gust home. He was so sweet. About 3 kg he could easily fit on our lap on the long ride home to Bel­gium. We alre­ady were smit­ten with the boy.
Then began his jour­ney of explo­ring and lear­ning. Also a bit of mischief and repre­man­ding. But with a lot of rewar­ding he now alre­ady is a young­ster of 12kg.

He likes to be out­side and really ado­res run­ning in the woods. When we are not at home he now swe­etly stays in his bench waiting for us.
Coming home he is happy to play with us and we all enjoy each others company.

When we take him out, people pra­ise his quiet and sweet beha­viour. He really is ado­ra­ble and we miss him when he is not with us.

Australian Laradoodle   Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle Gust

Australian Laradoodle   Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle Gust

Australian Laradoodle   Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle Gust

Australian Laradoodle   Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle Gust

Australian Laradoodle   Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle Gust

Australian Laradoodle   Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle Gust

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Australian Laradoodle  adult Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle adult Gust

Australian Laradoodle  adult Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle adult Gust

Australian Laradoodle  adult Gust

Austra­lian Lara­do­odle adult Gust

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AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE GUUSJE IN HOLLAND

Na maan­den vol span­ning uit­ge­ke­ken naar Guus, kon­den we haar ein­de­lijk in onze armen slu­iten. Via een vrien­din in con­tact geko­men met Edyta, ik was er al hele­maal van over­tu­igd dat zij voor ons de juiste keuze zou maken. En dat is gelukt! Edyta had het niet beter kun­nen doen. Zo een ont­zet­tend lief, sociaal en aan­han­ke­lijk knuf­fel­be­er­tje die boven­dien ook nog eens heel slim is. We heb­ben geno­ten van alle foto’s en video’s die Edyta ons weke­lijks stuurde.Wat was zij er druk mee en dat resul­taat mer­ken we heel goed! Nu is het volop op genie­ten van onze Guus we zouden haar nu al niet meer kun­nen mis­sen. Ont­zet­tend bedankt Edyta

Guus Australian Labradoodle

Guus Austra­lian Labradoodle

Guus Australian Labradoodle

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Australian Labradoodle Guus

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Australian Labradoodle Guus

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AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE POM-POM IN BANGKOK

Pom-Pom is a joy. Our now four month-old puppy is affec­tio­nate, extre­mely keen to ple­ase, ener­ge­tic, very smart and ready to learn. We have been impres­sed how easily she learns and how much she is wil­ling to align her­self with our family routine. Edi has done an ama­zing job with Pom-Pom to pre­pare her for fur­ther lear­ning. She has also been a real asset to pre­pare us for the arri­val of the puppy and ever since.

Pom-Pom is the puppy we have been wishing for. Thank you!

Pom-Pom Australian Labradoodle

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Pom-Pom Australian Labradoodle

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Australian Labradoodle Pom-Pom

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Pom-Pom

Australian Labradoodle Pom-Pom

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Pom-Pom

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AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE KOA IN SPAIN

Koa is doing excel­lent! He is natu­rally heading to the bench on his own. Doing good on potty tra­ining and is hap­pily coming to a pat on the leg (with reward following).

Koa Australian Labradoodle

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Koa Australian Labradoodle

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Australian  Labradoodle Koa

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Australian  Labradoodle Koa

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Australian  Labradoodle Koa

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Koa

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AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE BOKSIE IN HOLLAND

It’s going so good with Bok­sie. She is very easy and not sca­red of any­thing. Big trucks are a lit­tle weird but she’s get­ting used to them. We alre­ady go with the train and the bus. Eve­ry­time we go she falls asleep on my lap. We also went to some restau­rants and friends (the one with the Rot­twe­iler dog). She feels like she is home eve­ry­where. She plays and when she is tired she is sle­eping. We even went to a body­bu­il­ding con­test. And she gets a lot of atten­tion from eve­ry­body, wich she loves. And she wants to play with every dog she sees, but not every dog wants to play with her. She doesn’t give up easily. I also took her with me to my work. There are 2 lit­tle poodles and 2 shel­ties. She plays, eat and sle­eps the hole day. I really don’t have to enter­tain her at all. And on my work a also give her a bath. That is the only thing she doesn’t like so much. But alto­ugh she didn’t liked it, she was very quit and easy.
The bench is not a place that she likes. She rather wants to sleep under the coats in the hall. When she is tired she sle­eps there. And she is gro­wing so fast! It’s ama­zing how fast, she is very high on her legs and is a lady when you see her. And she also wants to cud­dle a lot, wich i love very much.

She is a won­der­full lit­tle dog, i am lucky that you did alre­ady so much work. It is really a big advan­tage for me, because she is used to so many things. The fire­works doesn’t bother her. I can not name any­thing that sca­res her.

Australian Labradoodle Boksie

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Australian Labradoodle Boksie

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Boksie

Australian Labradoodle Boksie

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Australian Labradoodle Boksie

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Boksie - really dirty Australian Labradoodle

Bok­sie — really dirty Austra­lian Labradoodle

Boksie  Australian Labradoodle

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Boksie  Australian Labradoodle

Bok­sie Austra­lian Labradoodle

Boksie  Australian Labradoodle

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Boksie Australian Labradoodle

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AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE CHIPPE IN HOLLAND

We are the new owner of Chip­pie. He is with us for almost 4 weeks now and he is a fan­ta­stic dog. He is doing very well at the moment, he likes to play in the gar­den with my 3 sons (18, 21 and 23 years old and still living at home). He is a very fro­lic dog and a friend for eve­ry­one. He is very ado­ra­ble to see, so eve­ry­body wants to cud­dle him. And he knows!

Chippie   Australian Labradoodle

Chip­pie Austra­lian Labradoodle

Chippie   Australian Labradoodle

Chip­pie Austra­lian Labradoodle

Chippie   Australian Labradoodle

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Chippie   Australian Labradoodle

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Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Chippie

Australian Labradoodle Chippie

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Chippie

Australian Labradoodle Chippie

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Chippie

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AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE PEHKU IN FINLAND (HE JOINED TAHKO SON OF FILI)

Any­ways, Pehku is doing great — he alre­ady set­tled in really well and star­ted tru­sting us imme­dia­tely. He is such an active and happy boy, who has made me feel great despite the fever and flu :) He is so cute and so inte­re­sted in everything.

Having two dogs is so great, you can really see that they enjoy each others com­pany — some­ti­mes play­ing but then sle­eping after­wards (a lot !). And Pehku is so love­able and so cute. Some­ti­mes a bit rebel but always very love­able :) And sud­denly when there is a puppy in the house, Tahko feels like such a grown-up!!

We took Pehku to town this week for the first time. He was like Tahko — enjoys being in a car. Like Tahko he was sle­eping most of it (and like Tahko again, head in Erika’s lap :))
Pehku was inte­re­sted in new things, bit coutious but not sca­red at first, but after a while he was really into chec­king everything…

Pehku Australian Labradoodle

Pehku Austra­lian Labradoodle

Pehku Australian Labradoodle

Pehku Austra­lian Labradoodle

Pehku Australian Labradoodle

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Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Poli in Poland

Poly weighs 8 kg now, is a joy­ful, warm puppy.
She loves our com­pany, and we love hers. It is hard for us to say good­bye to her when we go
to work and school. She is home alone for three hours, but usu­ally 2 hours.
Grand­fa­ther is happy to come and spend some time with her during the time when we work. Retur­ning home is very nice, eve­ry­one is happy and satis­fied, because Poli gets lots of hugs and she lays on her back for pet­ting the belly.
Poly loves to play with chil­dren, despite the pro­tec­tion on the sta­irs, ste­al­thily sne­aks thro­ugh the fire­wall to be able to
stay with them at the top. She also likes to act as a natu­ral alarm clock in the mor­ning, lic­king our faces and feet. Now chil­dren wil­lin­gly wake up to school:)
Of course, Poli can also miss­be­have;). She esca­pes into the hal­l­way and if only
some­one for­gets to hide his shoes, she takes them to her mouth and car­ries them pas­sio­na­tely (even two at a time) and some­ti­mes she chews on them.
Thanks to that eve­ry­one cle­ans the mess pro­perly :) The funny thing is, howe­ver, Polis’ trips to the sofa …
She jumps on it con­stan­tly, but she is alre­ady begin­ning to asso­ciate that we are not happy with this. When she sees our faces and hears com­mand to get off she pre­tends to be inno­cent (As you named her Edyta Inno­cent Polly)
We now love all the Labra­do­odles — my hus­band even bought a book in english By Miriam Fields– Babi­neau
“Labra­do­odle” and he reads it pationatelly!

Australian Labradoodle Poli

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Poli

Australian Labradoodle Poli

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Poli

Australian Labradoodle Poli

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Poli

Australian Labradoodle Poli

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Australian Labradoodle Poli

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Australian Labradoodle Poli

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Poli

Australian Labradoodle Poli

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

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Poli  Australian Labradoodle

Poli Austra­lian Labradoodle

Australian Labradoodle Poli

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Poli

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