Socializing Your Dog

  • Posted: June 23, 2021  by cheryl_ashford   -  
  • Comments Off on Socializing Your Dog

Exposure is key! While your puppy grows up at Ashford Manor Labradoodles, we try to expose them safely to as many new experiences possible! However, it’s up to you to continue that socialization when they go home with you. Many people think about socialization as getting your dog to meet

Am I Ready For An Australian Labradoodle

  • Posted: January 2, 2021  by cheryl_ashford   -  
  • Comments Off on Am I Ready For An Australian Labradoodle

Should I Get An Australian Labradoodle Puppy? During this pandemic many people are thinking about getting a new puppy. Sometimes it is because they are working from home now, others loneliness, and yet others the sorrow of losing another pet.  There are many things to consider before purchasing a puppy

Puppy Socialization

  • Posted: September 23, 2020  by cheryl_ashford   -  
  • Comments Off on Puppy Socialization

Socializing your puppy is so important!!! It is important to make sure your puppy continues to be socialized once they are brought into your home. Here at Ashford Manor Labradoodles we work on socializing everyday throughout the day. Different puppy wranglers come in to work with the puppies and expose

Barbecue Safety For Dogs

  • Posted: May 20, 2020  by cheryl_ashford   -  
  • Comments Off on Barbecue Safety For Dogs

Barbecue, Holidays, and Dogs During this quarantine, holidays, and weather getting warmer the barbecues are smelling wonderful! Having a puppy or dog around a grill is not a safe option. When we are finished grilling we want to get the food served to keep it warm, the grill is sill

Fall Safety with Your Australian Labradoodle

  • Posted: September 26, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
  • Comments Off on Fall Safety with Your Australian Labradoodle

Yesterday I covered the advantages of enjoying the fall weather with your Labradoodle. Today I wanted to cover some of the things which can bring harm to your Doodle. This is a fabulous time of year, and with anything dogs need to be supervised and not let loose to take