Fall Safety with Your Australian Labradoodle

  • Posted: September 26, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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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

Fall Tips with Your Australian Labradoodle

  • Posted: September 25, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Everyone it is officially fall and the weather is showing it today! We were walking around in the woods and the leaves are changing and some are even falling already. This is such a wonderful time of the year. All dogs really enjoy the fall weather, all of our Australian

OFA testing and Penn Hip Testing

  • Posted: September 24, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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It is very important for Australian Labradoodle breeders to test their breeding dogs for hip dysplasia. Both the Poodle and Labrador Retriever are breeds which have trouble with hips and elbows. Some breeders test for only one or the other, but theses tests do not test for the same things. At

Ezine Articles

  • Posted: July 27, 2012  by cheryl_ashford   -  
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Did you know that I have been writing articles for Ezinearticles? Over the last month or so I have been composing articles that would be vaulable for my puppy families. I have written 5 articles so far and here is a link to my information. Click Here You can see

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