Medium and Standard Australian Labradoodle Puppies

  • Posted: July 11, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Starting at 4 a.m. this morning our Brandy has given birth to 7 beautiful puppies! They are also a variety of colors: apricot, cream, and chocolate! Things are going very well, she is taking care of her puppies like she is a natural! Other than 24 hour surveillance on them,

Medium Australian Labradoodle

  • Posted: July 10, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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This is a Summer puppy who went home just a few weeks ago. She is doing great, and adjusting very well to her new home. Look at this gorgeous red Australian Labradoodle. Meet Ashford Manor’s Mello (aka Sydney)             Ashford Manor Labradoodles is Indiana’s responsible

Standard Australian Labradoodles

  • Posted: July 9, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Ashford Manor Labradoodles is anxiously awaiting Brandy’s puppies! They should be here any day! Today we shaved her down so she will not be so hot, the room will be kept at 80 degrees the first few weeks of the puppies lives. Brandy looks beautiful! Here is Brandy in her

Chocolate Mini Australian Labradoodle Puppy

  • Posted: July 8, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Ashford Manor Labradoodles has a new guardian family! We are pleased to introduce you to Thyme’s new family. They are located in Indiana, just a short drive from West Lafayette, Indiana. Thyme attached very quickly to their daughter Claire. We are very excited that they are the going to be

Protect Your Australian Labradoodle from Fleas, Ticks and more

  • Posted: July 6, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Why use Flea & Tick Prevention? A tick can eat up to 15 times its weight in blood! Ashford Manor Australian Labradoodles uses: Frontline Plus Why do we use monthly heartworm medicine? Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes. One years supply of heartworm medicine costs only a little more than treating