Hi. We have been offered a proposal to be a guardian family for a female pup from our same breeder. We also have one of their puppies who will be ten weeks old. We originally wanted two pups because I need to return to work in the fall. (We couldn't
Has anyone been a guardian family to a female dog who is not spayed? Our breeder is looking for guardian families, we would have the female in our home and then have an agreement that she would have pups. I've been reading a lot about it and am not t
Not a very active group.. hoping people are still around though and have had/are having positive experiences. Whenever I look up "guardian family" on google, I get stuff about insurance and doodle breeders looking for guardians. Is this primarily
I'm thinking of becoming a Guardian for a local breeder. I was excited about it but the more I think about it the more nervous I get to actually do it. I know I will be a good Guardian mommy, but the thought of taking care of someone else's dog until
Hey, guardian families! I have a question for those of you more experienced than me! Maggie (my F1 standard goldendoodle) has had one litter. Her first litter, she had 13 puppies! However, I couldn't even tell for sure that she was even pregnant
Traz is an 8 1/2 month old, intact male ALD. He is part of a service dog breeding program. Traz is now lifting his leg to mark quite of few things. Luckily, he isn't doing this inside the house. We are still able to go to the dog park without inc
Maggie had her first litter this past summer. She had 13 puppies! Unbelievable! They were all so cute. I am fortunate that our breeder is so understanding - she let us visit whenever we wanted and see Maggie and the puppies. We really enjoyed be
Currently I have one dog, Toby, aged 4. He is wonderful, although he was a challenging pup. :) The breeder has a 6 month old, a 9 month old, and a 3 year old, all girls, and 3 pups (not quite ready to go yet), to choose from. So.....half of my br
Well...here we go...it has begun! Maggie is now in heat. This is my first time going through this, so I'm a little nervous. On Monday, I noticed a drop of red on my hardwood floor (thankfully not the carpet). I was not sure if it was spilled Hawa
Well...I finally got my guardian dog. She is a standard F1 goldendoodle named Maggie. She's a year old & just passed her health testing, so her next heat will be the one. I am nervous about it I do admit.
I just wondered if any of you were guardians for a golden retriever? My doodle guardian pup wasn't born (the mom wasn't pregnant after all...), but the breeder is giving me an opportunity to be a guardian family for her 2 year-old golden retriever.