OUR COMMITMENT TO YOUR FAMILY
Redletter Doodles offers a lifelong unlimited support system for you and your puppy. After you purchase your puppy we will use all our resources to help assistance you and your puppy any way we can.
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Any credible breeder should freely give a future puppy owner both veterinarian and past clients. Redletter Doodles will gladly supply any prospective new puppy owner of interest with references.
We are concerned about the health and safety of all our adult and puppies FRIST! All of our Boys and Girls who breed have exceed all basic breeding health standards.
HEALTHLY PUPPIES 1ST
RedLetter Doodles puts Health and Safety Breeding Practices 1st. We are concerned about the health and safety of all our adult dogs and puppies! All of our breeding Boys and Girls must pass the breeding standards that have developed over the years for the Labradoodles and Goldendoodles.
Orthopedic Foundations for Animals (OFA)
X-Ray of Hips and Elbows
Eye exam by a Veterinarian who specializes in Pet Care
Blood Tests Are Breed Specific; examples of some of the tests are:
Exercise-Induced Collapse (EIC)
Ichthyosis (Golden Retriever Type)
Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Golden Retriever 1
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Golden Retriever 2
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration
Von Willebrand Disease I
Paw Print Genetics is Redletter Doodles Official Genetics Testing Company (pawprintgenetics.com)
The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals examines our dogs x-rays for their Hips and Elbows (ofa.org)
GUARDIAN HOMES RedLetter Doodles is always looking for quality Guardian Homes we can trust for our Australian Labradoodles and Goldendoodles. A Guardian Home is where our puppies have been placed in your home where we trust families to love and nurturing them as...
The Goldendoodle is a hybrid that has had a surge in popularity in the last ten years or so. First bred systematically in the 1990s, it is a cross between pedigree Golden Retriever and Poodle parents. Because the Poodle comes in three clearly defined sizes, Toy,...
A quick lesson on the generations of Goldendoodles and Labradoodles. FIRST GENERATIONS: F1 F1 is a puppy from a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle or a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. A Labrador breeds with a Poodle. A Golden Retriever breeds with a Poodle ...
GOLDENDOODLE HISTORY The Goldendoodle breed originated in Australia and North America during the 1990s. Goldendoodles were bred in hopes of creating a guide dog that was suitable for people with allergies by combining the gentleness and trainability of a golden...
Labradoodles are a relatively new breed of dogs that were first bred by Wally Cochran in 1988. Wally Cochran, of The Royal Guide Dogs in Victoria Australia, was prompted to breed the Labradoodle after receiving a request from a blind woman living in Hawaii. She needed...
It’s important to puppy proof your house before your bundle of joy sniffs out a bunch of trouble. Start by walking your entire house and yard and imagining what a puppy could eat, climb, or pull down, then secure those things. We’ll take you through the basics, below,...
RedLetter Doodles chose to concentrate on miniature and medium size Labradoodles and Goldendooldes, with an occasional litter AKC Labradors. From our personal experience we have found the miniature and medium sized dogs to be the perfect size for families or...
GENERATIONS AND TYPES OF LABRADOODLES First Generation labradoodle are called F1: The result of the breeding of a Labrador retriever to a poodle. These are 50% Poodle and 50% Labrador. These are more prone to shedding. RedLetter Doodles does not breed F1...