Your Labradoodle stories!


In Febru­ary we have made deci­sion to enlarge our family. After all thin­king and con­sul­ta­tion with kyno­lo­gist we have deci­ded on Austra­lian Labra­do­odle! In March we have visi­ted Wlo­chata Pasja and we met parents of our future “dar­ling”. Since that time we have been waiting impa­tien­tly for DOODLE DAY. We have stu­died sug­ge­sted lite­ra­ture, and got eve­ry­thing ready – the house, the toys and tre­ats. And he has arri­ved! On 8 of June Cookie appe­ared at our door . We won­de­red how he will feel in our house and if he will accept us but it tur­ned out that thanks to prof­fe­sio­nal han­dling and pre­pa­ra­tion of Wlo­chata Pasja we did not have any pro­blems. We have been accep­ted and loved stra­ight away – both ways;). We did not want to distroy prof­fe­sio­nal socia­li­sa­tion that he had in the Wlo­chata Pasja the­re­fore we have assi­gned Cookie to “puppy school”, when we finish it we will con­ti­nue edu­ca­tion. Cookie rece­ived name “DYNAMIC” that was given by the bre­eder – and no onther name would suit him bet­ter;) He is very intel­li­gent, cle­ver, lively and goofy. He is the best stu­dent in the school, however…the most elfish;) Nowa­days we con­ti­nue socia­li­sa­tion that was star­ted in Wlo­chata Pasja, we invite family, friends, sho­wing new pla­ces to Cookie, new object, and taking him for car rides to the river. Cookie is great in a car, he is very calm – as well as at vets.
Cookie bro­ught a lot of joy in our lives. Our uni­verse isnow DOODLECENTRIC:)



A few words from our family. We always wan­ted to have a big, hairy dog. Unfor­tu­na­tely because of heavy gene­tic aller­gies in our family we were not able to allow our­se­lves that dream to come true. One day we were looking in the inter­net for some hope and then we enco­un­te­red Wlo­chata Pasja website. After a year of the first conver­sa­tion with Mrs Gajew­ska we have deci­ded to get a dog. There was plenty of doubts – what will hap­pen if we fall in love with puppy and will have to give him away because of the aller­gies? We deci­ded to give it a go any­ways! And it was the only right deci­sion! Our Lit­tle, black girl named Mamba is alre­ady with us! She was only 8 weeks old and she has sto­len our hearts! She is espe­cially inte­li­gent and learns very fast. She is very lively, out­go­ing, wil­ling to coope­rate, funny like a clown and she loves to cud­dle. We take her eve­ry­where, she loves being among people and she cra­ves to explore the world. After 2 weeks of her being here we do not have any aller­gies. And believe me her coat is fan­ta­stic! She has bro­ught lots of love, joy and lau­gh­ter – thank you very much again for our won­der­ful puppy…she is very special.



Two weeks ago I pic­ked up my puppy Kyra. Such a won­der­ful lit­tle cre­ature, happy, curious, adven­tu­rous, really sweet and cud­dly, and so abso­lu­tely beau­ti­ful!! Over two years ago I got in con­tact with Wlo­chata Pasja thro­ugh Angela and Pako of Cym­brogi labra­do­odles. I wan­ted to make sure I was going to get a pure austra­lian labra­do­odle because of my aller­gies. Then I got Moshe from Wlo­chata Pasja, a puppy from Rutlands Gol­den Gla­mour and Hyland Myst Knos­sos of Rutlands. He was won­der­ful, no pro­blems with my aller­gies, and I was so sur­pri­sed about him. He felt at home really fast and it was so easy to raise him. E. Gajew­ska is a natu­ral with dogs but also has a lot of know­ledge as a beha­vio­urist. Also impor­tant to me is that she is a small bre­eder, all the dogs live in her house and are a mem­ber of her family so she knows her dogs really well. Because she only has a few lit­ters a year she can spend a lot of time with the pup­pies for a real good start in life. I was so happy with Moshe that I deci­ded to have a second one, Kyra. It is so lovely to have two dogs now. After a while it is my plan to have a lit­ter with Kyra. She is from very spe­cial lines of this won­der­full breed, dau­gh­ter of Rutlands Cara­mel Pas­sion and Rutlands Onyxe, both from fame­ous parents. As I grew up with ani­mals I always wan­ted to do some­thing with them, but because of my aller­gies it was not possi­ble. Until know. I want to give other aller­gic people the oppor­tu­nity to have a dog as well and pro­ba­bly Kyra will give birth to pup­pies which can become a the­ra­py­dog. And it is impor­tant to make sure this won­der­ful breed keeps its great quali­ties thro­ugh care­full bre­eding. But first I will just enjoy raising Kyra and take lots of pictures.…again.…



My name is Anna and I am happy owner of two won­der­ful Austra­lian Labra­do­odles. Gala arri­ved to me in June 2011. They imme­dia­tely fall in love with each other and I and my family felt in love with them. Gala is a very intel­li­gent dog. Gala is now being tra­ined by her older sister how to behave nicely. I am very proud of them and I am very gra­te­ful to E. Gajew­ska for help in cho­osing the right tem­pe­ra­ment to us and Codi. Thank you again and again…


When I asked my dau­gh­ter Camila to say few words about Rock (Austra­lian Labra­do­odle) — she said write that he is won­der­ful.…, when I asked what else sho­uld I say, she said “say he is the best!“
This is the big­gest love of my dau­gh­ter, my son loves him too.

We attend tra­ining with him and he is very smart.

People open their mounth in ama­ze­ment when he pas­ses them on the street”



From the very first moment we had con­tact with E. Gajew­ska we knew she takes her work with dogs very serio­usly. We had to write her about our family, our expe­rience with dogs, our expec­ta­tions of our future dog and our wil­lin­gness to learn about dog beha­viour.
When the pup­pies were born every week we rece­ived a lot of nice pic­tu­res and sto­ries about how the lit­tle ones were doing. With a lot of love and pas­sion for dogs and her know­ledge about dog beha­viour she socia­li­sed them very well. She lear­ned the pup­pies how to deal with all kind of dif­fe­rent situ­ations, noises, people, objects and envi­ron­ments etc. While socia­li­zing their beha­viour and cha­rac­ters were obse­rved. Based on her obse­rva­tions and the infor­ma­tion we gave her about our­se­lves she was able to cho­ose the right puppy for our family. She really suc­ce­eded in that. Yindi (Austra­lian Labra­do­odle) is the per­fect dog for us. Beside the fact that she is a real beauty ;-), she is also very sweet, funny, easy to train and for a young dog alre­ady very sta­ble. We enjoy her pre­sence and friend­ship every day.
We really feel very pri­vi­le­ged to have a labra­do­odle from Wlo­chata pasja.
Thank you again for the won­der­ful job you did by bre­eding and socia­li­zing Yindi and her lit­tle bro­thers and sisters.
Tonny, Hen­ri­ëtte and Sofie.


Bella (Austra­lian Labra­do­odle) now is nine month old and we have got the lit­tle dog at the age of
nine weeks. She was direc­tly so faith­full, we had no pro­blem to inte­grate
her in our family. Bella is a very activ dog, she likes to play, mostly with
other dogs. And when we take a walk, she always looks for a branch to catch.
This win­ter was very strong, we had a lot of snow and this was the favo­rite
weather for Bella. She jumps in the snow and bur­rows with her nose that she
looks like a snow­man. Bella is a sweet and gen­tle girl, she does a good job,
hears what I say, and con­jure a smile on everybody´s face.


Maz­zel Tov (Austra­lian Labra­do­odle) come in our family when he was 8 weaks old. He was a very lovely browne haired pup! He was always looks a care­ful into the world. When he knows the things he see, he was very amu­sed and then he goes hap­pily near to it. He was not affraid for dif­fe­rent things in the house. In Wlo­chata Pasja he has lear­ned a lot. He knows the sounds of paper, pla­stic bot­tles, house cle­aning things and he soon explo­red the house and the things in our house. Because he alre­ady had expe­rien­ces with very
envi­ro­ments, he wasn’t affraid of dif­fe­rent pla­ces. He was care­ful and
he had con­fi­dence in us, we will help him. Maz­zel Tov was frien­dly to
other people and he was very sen­si­tive to them. He also can walk with
them out­side on the line.
In the first weeks he was with us we must cre­ate rest for him, besause
he want always play and explore his new home. We took him often in the bench, so he get rest. Lit­tle pup­pys must sleap 18 hours a day. When he was out off the bench he snif­fle because we have give him a few brocks to eat and we do it not always in his boile. We spread it out over the floor so he can looking foor it and then eat. He likes that very much!
Now he is a good and happy dog. He can get his rest in daily live, but
also he enjoy play­ing and run­ning, and catch a ball! He is very
sen­si­tive to us and to chil­dren! He’s care­ful for strange things, but
not angious!
It’s a very nice dog to have!!



Bobbie’s new family just fave had a baby. Bobby is doing great with baby. Her job is also to go with Mar­cel to work with eldery people. Bobby is ama­zing girl



We were the family with aller­gies this is why we deci­ded on Austra­lian Labra­do­odle. When we got Molly it was like a dream come true. We did­not have any reac­tions on her. A year pas­sed bye and she is our swe­athe­art, we love her a lot and thank you for cho­osing her to us … you could not ave done better!


Balou (Austra­lian Labra­do­odle) is doing great. He really is a won­der­ful friend to me. He still is the most beau­ti­ful dog I know. When we are wal­king there are always people who stop and ask me what kind of dog he is and they keep tel­ling me how ado­ra­ble he is. At school all the kids know him and like him.
Of course he has his moments, espe­cially now he is beco­ming ado­le­scent. When we do not pay him the atten­tion he likes, he finds his way to get attention.:)

There are the days he has to be alone for a few hours and that is no pro­blem for Balou.

Balou is gro­wing very fast, he alre­ady is a big boy.

So, as you can see and read we are doing very well.


Elzbieta Gajew­ska
Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Bre­eder in Poland
First Pro­fes­sio­nal Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Ken­nel in Poland