Sorry I haven't been in touch for a while! Scout is absolutely the best dog I have ever had or even seen! We've taught him to sit, stay, come, etc. He will even sit on his own now without us even telling him when there is a car coming as we go for our daily walks. He will also stop playing with other dogs when I call him...it's amazing...everybody is SO amazed at how smart, well-behaved and ADORABLE he is!
I love him SO much! Thanks for an awesome dog!
Angie and Todd"
" I am not certain if you remember us, but we adopted a handsome gold miniature labradoodle named Tucket from you about three years ago. He was born on August 13, 2007. Tucket is doing great. He is not a pet, more like our third child. He has truly been a marvelous addition to our family. He is incredibly smart and loving. He wants to do everything with us. Our daughters simply could not live without him. Attached is a picture of Tucket with our daughter Lizzy so you can see how handsome he turned out.
Best Regards,LisaP.S. My uncle Danny recently adopted one of your dogs, and he loves it! "
I don't know if you remember Jill and me. We picked up Piper in May of 2009.
We have meant to get back in touch with you so often to let you know what an incredibly wonderful dog she is. She is a hit no matter where we go, and we must have referred two dozen potential owners to you so far.
I was just getting some photos off my camera and was struck by the attached photo as quintessential Piper.Please feel free to use it in any of your promotional materials as you see fit.
If we are ever up your way, we will stop in to reintroduce you to our girl.All the best,Fred and Jill"
"Reader,My introduction to Log Cabin Labradoodles came last summer after my husband had passed away, and I realized I wanted the companionship of a dog. Because my 5-year-old granddaughter has severe allergies, I began looking at non-allergenic breeds and, through a mutual acquaintance, I met Log Cabin Labradoodles. My first visit to the residence was not what I might have expected from a breeding kennel...the dogs were all about the house. A couple greeted me at the door, and some were created; some were in the fenced large yard, jumping at the fence, happy and curious to see me. Inside, I was led to an upstairs bedroom where my future puppy's litter and mother were. Ben was two weeks old, and I sat on the bed, holding him, his mother Chutney beside me. Shortly, Ben's father, Scoop, was brought upstairs and bounded into the room and onto the bed. This was my introduction to Ben. Another litter of eight puppies was in another room being tended by an excellent helper, Georgia.
Later visits, both last year and this summer, have always included several older dogs brought into the room, as well as puppies of various ages brought in specifically to be handled and socialized and also to learn from the older dogs. I have been impressed by the amount of thought and care that goes into every situation that these puppies experience while they are at Log Cabin Labradoodles. Not only are they extremely well cared for, both medically and hygienically, but they are all loved and part of the family.
I received my puppy, Ben, as a special needs puppy, and he certainly has been that and more. He loves people, loves other dogs, loves to play...he loves life. Many people in the past year, when they met Ben or see him out walking, have asked me what kind of dog is he, and then where did I get him - who is the breeder? I am most grateful to Log Cabin Labradoodles and their unusually high standards in the breeding of her Australian Labradoodles. Ben is a treasure.
Sincerely,Janet W.Kennebunkport, Maine
I just wanted to give you an update on Leo and send a few pictures of my handsome boy as it gets closer to his birthday!
Leo has been an amazing dog! He did fracture his right hind leg in February and is now the proud owner of two screws...but he has done amazingly well. He isn't reach the 55+ pounds the vet originally thought; he is settling in about 30 pounds. He was a fast learner at obedience school and always got an A+ on his report card from daycare.
People are always stopping me to ask about him and to find out where I got him from-turns out the Labradoodles from xxxxxxxxxx aren't nearly as cute as yours! We get compliments everywhere we go. He has a wonderful personality he hasn't meet a person or dog that he doesn't get along with, and everyone loves him in return. He is really smart and extremely happy all the time :) I just wanted to let you know that Leo is truly my child and to thank you for breeding such a great guy. When the time comes I will be a repeat customer for sure-I still find myself looking at your new pups!
I'm attaching two recent pictures of him-I know I'm biased, but he is too cute...I don't know if this is standard with your dogs-but his eye lashes are two inches long...(I've had to curl them with my eyelash curler before;0)
Keri & Leo
Moosehead Lake, Maine
Sorry it's been so long since we have been in touch! Busy, busy! But loving having two dogs,
and Scout is just a dream! She is so sweet, and stays right by my feet while we walk on the beach, as opposed to her overly gregarious brother! She is so very, very agile and fast, and often appears to be on springs much like her father, Scoop :) We took them to North Conway with us for the day, and went into all the shops on Main Street and they literally stopped traffic on the sidewalks!
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