Dogs and Swimming

  • Posted: September 2, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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The other week I was in a harbor and was watching a young girl pull her dog into the water. The dog clearly did not want to go in the water although the girl was insistent the dog join her. This struggle went on for some time trying to get

Why Clean Up After My Dog

  • Posted: August 22, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Cleaning Your Dog’s Feces is Important! Have you ever noticed that one person who never picks up their dogs waste on a walk?  Or have you walked in your friend’s dog poop while at their house?  For most of us feces are disgusting.  But there are more disgusting reasons that

Ouch, a Thorn In My Paw – August 2017

  • Posted: August 7, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Safety Hikes Walking through the woods can be a great past time for you and your Australian Labradoodle. Unfortunately we need to be aware of things that are around us and how to take care of them. There are many bushes and trees that have thorns of all sizes that

Beware of Fleas and Ticks – July 2017

  • Posted: July 27, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Ticks Ticks can latch on to your Australian Labradoodle hiking through the woods, walking down the street, or just playing catch in your yard. Ticks attach to your dog’s body and can cause Lyme Disease. Different flea and tick medicines work better in different parts of the country. We are

Ashford Manor’s Oriole’s 2nd Litter

  • Posted: July 26, 2017  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Oriole’s Candy Litter This is our medium red Australian Labradoodle girl named Oriole. She is a multi-gen Australian Labradoodle weighing around 30 lbs. Oriole was bred with Rudy Two Shoes from Meadowpark Labradoodles and have had an outstanding litter of apricot and red puppies. These puppies are large mini to