Australian Labradoodle puppies have just been born!

We have arri­ved to this world at 25.01.2013. Our mommy was very brave. First
of us was alre­ady taken care by mommy as she has done it many times before.
Gramma Cara­mel was not that cle­ver; — )
Early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion, mem­brane exer­ci­ses pre­pa­ring for dri­ving
without car sick­ness, get­ting to know dif­fe­rent noises, move­ment, dif­fe­rent
strange sounds, meeting dif­fe­rent and some­ti­mes strange people, pla­ces and
situ­ations. All of it and a lot more will be done to us in the cri­ti­cal
period of deve­lop­ment.
Howe­ver if we want that to have the big­gest impact on us – those exer­ci­ses
must be intro­du­ced to us in the cer­tain deve­lop­ment pha­ses. In the pha­ses
when smell and touch are the most impor­tant sen­ses exer­ci­ses will be
dif­fe­rent to those when sight and hearing will deve­lop.
Our mommy comes from the the­rapy lines while daddy from the wor­king lines
(in tra­ining for seeking lost people). So for sure we will work with the
sense of smell in order to take the best out of the daddy’s poten­tial,
howe­ver some exer­ci­ses will be issued espe­cially to make the best out of
mom­mys poten­tial. Socia­li­za­tion plans will be build accor­din­gly to give a
chance to both sets of the won­der­ful genes. We can not wait to see what is
going to come out of those 2

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Labradoodle pup

Labra­do­odle pup

Labradoodle puppy

Labra­do­odle puppy

Light labradoodle puppy

Light labra­do­odle puppy

Labradoodle puppies

Labra­do­odle puppies

Pup  - Australian Labradoodle

Pup — Austra­lian Labradoodle

Pup  - Australian Labradoodle

Pup — Austra­lian Labradoodle

Labradoodles, beauty faces

Labra­do­odles, beauty faces

pile of Labradoodles

pile of Labradoodles

Labradoodle sucking

Labra­do­odle sucking

Labradoodle feet

Labra­do­odle feet

Labradoodle in pile

Labra­do­odle in pile

Labradoodle puppies with mommy

Labra­do­odle pup­pies with mommy

WEEK 1

One week has pas­sed by and we have alre­ady doubled the weight. They say it is cru­cial for our heal­thy deve­lop­ment that we double the weight in the first week. So we were sit­ting on scale every day in the mor­ning. Mommy feeds us very well and she takes care after us, lic­king our bel­lies (in the begin­ning pup­pies need mother to lick them in order to defe­cate)
Some­thing is being done to us now and it is cal­led early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal deve­lop­ment. It means the set of exer­ci­ses that will have the cer­tain impact on our nerve sys­tem:
We have adop­ted the Bio Sen­sor method to start our new pups off. The U.S. Mili­tary in their canine pro­gram deve­lo­ped a method that still serves as a guide to what works. In an effort to improve the per­for­mance of dogs used for mili­tary pur­po­ses, a pro­gram cal­led “Bio Sen­sor” was deve­lo­ped. Later, it became known to the public as the “Super Dog” Pro­gram. Based on years of rese­arch, the mili­tary lear­ned that early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion exer­ci­ses could have impor­tant and lasting effects. Their stu­dies con­fir­med that there are spe­ci­fic time periods early in life when neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion has opti­mum results. The first period invo­lves a win­dow of time that begins at the third day of life and lasts until the sixte­enth day. It is belie­ved that because this inte­rval of time is a period of rapid neu­ro­lo­gi­cal growth and deve­lop­ment, and the­re­fore is of great impor­tance to the indi­vi­dual.
The “Bio Sen­sor” pro­gram was also con­cer­ned with early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion in order to give the dog a supe­rior advan­tage. Its deve­lop­ment uti­li­zed six exer­ci­ses, which were desi­gned to sti­mu­late the neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sys­tem. Each wor­kout invo­lves han­dling pup­pies once each day. The wor­ko­uts requ­ires han­dling pup­pies one at a time while per­for­ming a series of five exer­ci­ses. Listed in nor order of pre­fe­rence we start sti­mu­la­ting using each of the five exer­ci­ses. We com­plete the series from begin­ning to end before star­ting with the next pup. The han­dling of each pup once per day invo­lves the fol­lo­wing exercises:

1. Tac­tile stimulation

Labradoodle paw stimulation

Labra­do­odle paw stimulation

2. Head held erect

Labradoodle head errect

Labra­do­odle head errect

3. Head poin­ted down

Labradoodle head down

Labra­do­odle head down

4. Supine position

Labradoodle on the back

Labra­do­odle on the back

5. Ther­mal sti­mu­la­tion — use a damp towel that has been cooled in a refri­ge­ra­tor for at least five minutes.

Labradoodle thermal stimulation

Labra­do­odle ther­mal stimulation

These five exer­ci­ses will pro­duce neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tions, none of which natu­rally occur during this early period of life. Expe­rience shows that some­ti­mes pups will resist these exer­ci­ses, others will appear uncon­cer­ned. It is impor­tant howe­ver that we do not extend the time bey­ond that recom­men­ded for each exer­cise. Over sti­mu­la­tion of the neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sys­tem can have adverse and detri­men­tal results.
These exer­ci­ses impact the neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sys­tem by kic­king it into action ear­lier than would be nor­mally expec­ted. The result being an incre­ased capa­city that later will help to make the dif­fe­rence in its per­for­mance.
Five bene­fits have been obse­rved in cani­nes that were expo­sed to the Bio Sen­sor sti­mu­la­tion exer­ci­ses:
• Impro­ved car­dio vascu­lar per­for­mance (heart rate)
• Stron­ger heart beats
• Stron­ger adre­nal glands
• More tole­rance to stress
• Gre­ater resi­stance to dise­ase
In tests of lear­ning, sti­mu­la­ted pups were found to be more active and were more explo­ra­tory than their non– sti­mu­la­ted lit­ter­ma­tes over which they were domi­nant in com­pe­ti­tive situations.

Check out the new pho­tos:

1 week labradoodle pup

1 week labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Pup Australian Labradoodle

Pup Austra­lian Labradoodle

Puppies - Australian Labradoodle

Pup­pies — Austra­lian Labradoodle

Puppies - Australian Labradoodle

Pup­pies — Austra­lian Labradoodle

Labradoodle puppies on the boar

Labra­do­odle pup­pies on the boar

Labradoodle puppies

Labra­do­odle puppies

We are alre­ady pre­pa­ring for the nest week socia­li­za­tion — scent samples

SCENT SAMPLES

SCENT SAMPLES

SCENT SAMPLES

SCENT SAMPLES

SCENT SAMPLES

SCENT SAMPLES