Australian Labradoodle puppies — the way we socialize

Good mor­ning!

Here we are. Now we know why Cara­mel kept us in her belly until day 63. Our mommy usu­ally was in labor until day 60, but this time it was dif­fe­rent. We were so lit­tle that those 3 more days must have made the dif­fe­rence. The weight of each of us was about 280–300 grams. There is 5 bro­thers and 5 sisters ;) Even num­ber.
Our mommy was very brave it took her 7 hours and the labor lasted until 4 am.

Our miss and our mommy sleep with us making sure that we eat and we do not won­der off some­where. If we do, you can hear gen­tle squ­eak – then Miss is put­ting us back to our mommy. She says it is like 10 new babies to which you have to wake up 50 times at night. But she says we are so nice, warm, soft and we smell beau­ti­fully.
Our mommy is great. She did not get rid of 3 pla­cen­tas in the begin­ning but after Oxi­to­cine shot she got all of them out so there is no more dan­ger of get­ting inflam­ma­tion from pla­cen­tas left inside. Mommy eats a lot but she has to be fed from the whel­ping box as right now she does not want to leave our side. So every few hours Miss is feeding her in the whel­ping box and she makes sure that she has got eno­ugh to drink.
Nothing is being done with us right now – the most impor­tant thing is that we feel safe with our mommy. As for now we are weigh­ted every day – this is why we have the dif­fe­rent color rib­bons on our necks. Thanks to this our Miss will know if we gain as much as we are sup­po­sed to. We are sup­po­sed to double the weight during the first week — it is cru­cial for our fur­ther deve­lop­ment.
On Sun­day our Miss will start Early Neu­ro­lo­gi­cal Sti­mu­la­tion with us. Those exer­ci­ses will help our nerve sys­tem to deve­lop well and be resi­stant for dif­fe­rent stress­ful situ­ations.
Here we are. Enjoy the pho­tos Come back next week in the same spot – there you will see how we deve­lop and what is being done with us week by week.

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE PUPPIES
WEEK 1

Here we are and we are a week old now! How is life out­side of the wound? Fan­ta­stic !!
Our mommy is taking care about us won­der­fully. Now she has a lot of milk — as our Miss chec­ked in the mor­ning we gained 60 grams each only in one day. Taking into con­si­de­ra­tion that we were only 280 grams at birth it is a lot.
But Cara­mel is eating well. Being fed with balan­ced food and yoghurt few times a day.
The first week was dif­fi­cult for some of us as 3 pup­pies were not put­ting on weight for few days. The rule is that puppy sho­uld double the weight in first week. Of course with that num­ber of bro­thers and sisters our Miss said that 70% of the birth weight is still a very good result. Howe­ver if we did not gain at all or just 20% we would not survive.
So what was being done – every hour she made sure that we ate a lot. And she made sure that stron­ger pup­pies did not push away smal­ler ones from milk.
Now it is sta­ble and we are going to be just fine she says.
Miss also makes sure we are warm as we can not keep the tem­pe­ra­ture by our­se­lves. Mommy has to keep us warm or step mommy…eventually a fan;)
We also can not defe­cate (poop and pee) by our­se­lves. So our mommy makes sure that after every meal she licks our belly so we could “go to the toilet”
On Sun­day we star­ted new strange exer­ci­ses. It is cal­led – Early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion. Sounds strange? For us as well , but for us it only means that we are han­dled in a spe­cial way – 5 exer­ci­ses only 3–5 second each. It is sup­pose to have great bene­fits on our nerve sys­tem, but for us it means that we are handled:

1. Upside down

labradoodle puppy - head down

labra­do­odle puppy — head down

2. Head up

Australian Labradoodle - head up

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — head up

3. On our backs

Labradoodle puppy - on the back

Labra­do­odle puppy — on the back

4. Our paws are tickled

Labradoodle pup - paws tickled

Labra­do­odle pup — paws tickled

5. We are put on the cold towel

Labradoodle pup - cold towel

Labra­do­odle pup — cold towel

We invite you to read an article “Bre­eding Bet­ter Dogs” below:

http://breedingbetterdogs.com/pdfFiles/articles/early_neurological_stimulation_en.pdf

Mommy says that there are the advan­ta­ges of early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion and they are:
1. Impro­ved car­dio vascu­lar per­for­mance (heart rate)
2. Stron­ger heart beats,
3. Stron­ger adre­nal glands,
4. More tole­rance to stress, and
5. 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.
Secon­dary effects were also noted regar­ding test per­for­mance. In sim­ple pro­blem
solving tests using deto­urs in a maze, the non-stimulated pups became extre­mely
aro­used, whi­ned a great deal, and made many errors. Their sti­mu­la­ted lit­ter­ma­tes were
less distur­bed or upset by test con­di­tions and when com­pa­ri­sons were made, the
sti­mu­la­ted lit­ter­ma­tes were more calm in the test envi­ron­ment, made fewer errors and
gave only an occa­sio­nal distress sound when stressed.”

Take a look at our pho­tos and see you next week. Enjoy!
And have a great week!

Australian Labradoodle pups

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pups

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Our Labradoodle puppies

Our Labra­do­odle puppies

Labradoodle pups

Labra­do­odle pups

Labradoodle pups

Labra­do­odle pups

WEEK 2

Dear Fami­lies!
We are two weeks old!
Our Miss loves us to death. She says we are very calm and quiet.
We start play­ing with each other and with our mommy. Our nails have been clip­ped as we were scrat­ching mommy alre­ady.
Today mor­ning we got the first de-worming and we did pretty good with that.
We now use our 4 feet ;-) whe­ne­ver Lady comes to the puppy-pan we RUN. We can’t see her yet but we can smell her;)
Our eyes are ope­ned alre­ady but we can’t see yet because of the cover on the eye balls. We can only see the light.
We still can’t hear.
On Sun­day it will be the last day of the Early Neu­ro­lo­gi­cal Sti­mu­la­tion and we will start new exer­ci­ses. Thanks to those exer­ci­ses we will never have motion sick­ness (car sick­ness) (expla­na­tion in next week)
Pup­pies are born deaf and blind. The only sen­ses we can actu­ally work with are the sense of touch and smell. Pup­pies are being touched and han­dled many times a day. How about the sense of smell? This sense is actu­ally the most impor­tant sense in the dogs’ life. To under­stand the dif­fe­rence between what we can scent and what dogs can — ima­gine the scent of chic­ken soup ….. are you ready?.…While we can actu­ally say – “I can smell chic­ken soup cooking”, dog actu­ally scents all the ingre­dients that are in the soup sepa­ra­tely (salt, car­rot, celery, chic­ken, pep­per ect.) regar­dless from the fact of how many of them there is in the soup.
So if we have an occa­sion to work with the sense of smell right now, why don’t we do that? This week we intro­du­ced scent of dif­fe­rent ani­mals: boar, rab­bit, phe­asant (bird) and fox.

NO ANIMAL HAS SUFFERED FOR THE PURPOSE OF OUR SOCIALIZATION ; — ) ALL THE SAMPLES THAT WE USED WERE COLLECTED FROM DIFFERENT PEOPLE

Scents of wild ani­mals are rather unu­sual for dogs raised in the nor­mal home envi­ron­ment. Many adult dogs show fear towards dif­fe­rent scents, because they are new to them. For many dogs (espe­cially those under­so­cia­li­zed ones) the unk­nown is fri­gh­te­ning. Going fur­ther – fri­gh­te­ning situ­ation cau­ses dog to pre­sent one of the survi­val stra­te­gies (fight, fli­ght, fre­eze, fid­dle about (CS’s), faint (for some spe­cies)
The conc­lu­sion is one and only – quan­tity and diver­sity of sti­muli pre­sen­ted in the cri­ti­cal period of socia­li­za­tion (up till 16 weeks of age) is cru­cial and has a direct impact on self-esteem of the adult dog.
Check the pictures…

Labradoodle Gimme Hug

Labra­do­odle Gimme Hug

Labradoodle, bird scent

Labra­do­odle, bird scent

Labradoodle rabbit scent

Labra­do­odle rab­bit scent

Labradoodle, feather scent

Labra­do­odle, feather scent

Labradoodle, rabbit scent

Labra­do­odle, rab­bit scent

Labra­do­odle, scent socialization

Labradoodle, boar scent

Labra­do­odle, boar scent

Labradoodle, rabbit scent

Labra­do­odle, rab­bit scent

Labradoodle, rabbit scent

Labra­do­odle, rab­bit scent

Labradoodle, rabbit scent

Labra­do­odle, rab­bit scent

Labradoodle, boar skin

Labra­do­odle, boar skin

Labradoodle, child socializaion

Labra­do­odle, child socializaion

WEEK 3

What has chan­ged?
1. We have ope­ned our ears
2. We star­ted wal­king and run­ning for good
3. We ate our first solid food – yoghurt and balan­ced diet
4. We met first dogs
5. We met people
6. We have heard many dif­fe­rent sounds
7. We have visi­ted dif­fe­rent rooms in the house
8. We star­ted toilet tra­ining
9. We are having spe­cial exer­ci­ses that will eli­mi­nate the car sickness

It is a lot as for the 3-rd week, ha?

After ope­ning our ears the first sound we heard was the heart­beat beating as
well as the sounds of pre­na­tal life envi­ron­ment. Miss was let­ting us hear
spe­cial pre­na­tal sounds on CD. How did it affect us?
The first sounds we heard were the sounds that we alre­ady knew from the
pre­na­tal life. Those sounds made us very calm and happy. Change can be
pretty scary but if the change (ears ope­ning) is asso­cia­ted with some­thing
we alre­ady know, we take it more easy and we are less afraid and stres­sed
about that change. Even tho­ugh some­thing is chan­ging, there was alre­ady
some­thing we knew very well – mommy’s heart beat.
It is scien­ti­fi­cally pro­ven that those pre­na­tal life sounds calm dogs down.
Those sounds are alre­ady being used in the dog shel­ters – with great result.
Next sounds that we heard were the sounds of:
– Piano
– Micro­wave
– Vacuum cle­aner
– Car acci­dents
– Chil­dren at school
– New­born cry­ing
– Church bells rin­ging
– Fire­works
– Storm
– Alarm
– An ambu­lance dri­ving
– Ham­mer
– Hair dryer
Those sounds were fir­stly coming to us at a very low volume so we could
adjust hour hearing to it slowly, without any pres­sure. Again if the sounds
were played to us at the high volume at first we would get sca­red and
pro­ba­bly we would be afraid of those sounds fore­ver. Miss is using spe­cial
Cd’s to let us listen to those sounds and one of that CD’s is espe­cially
desi­gned for dogs while the other was actu­ally chil­dren game with dif­fe­rent
envi­ron­men­tal sounds.

What else? Miss is exer­ci­sing with us every day. Those are spe­cial
exer­ci­ses with our mem­bra­nes to proof us from car sick­ness. Shor­tly
spe­aking at the age of 6 weeks when we will have our first drive – we will
not get car sick. Nor­mally socia­li­za­tion pro­ce­dure is to take the puppy in a
car and drive with it. But our pro­ven exer­ci­ses make life very easy to us
and to the pup­pies. First of all – we do not have to drive for hours, second
of all we eli­mi­nate this stress fac­tor at such an early age and the pup­pies
are per­fec­tly fine with riding in a car.

Also we met other dogs and people, who were han­dling us with a great care.
This way we begin to under­stand that people – no mat­ter man, woman, child
are safe and there is no need to be afraid of them. This way we are tau­ght
to be frien­dly for people.
We are slowly meeting dif­fe­rent envi­ron­ment – this way we are lear­ning that
change is not dan­ge­rous and even – it is a sta­ble part of the envi­ron­ment
(things are chan­ging)
I hope that you enjoy the pho­tos and I wish you a won­der­ful day.
Puppies;)

DIFFERENT SOUNDS:

different sounds

dif­fe­rent sounds

different sounds

dif­fe­rent sounds

different sounds

dif­fe­rent sounds

different sounds

dif­fe­rent sounds

different sounds

dif­fe­rent sounds

Heartbeat and prenatal sounds

Heart­beat and pre­na­tal sounds

MEETING PEOPLE

Labradoodle - people socialization

Labra­do­odle — people socialization

Labradoodle - people socialization

Labra­do­odle — people socialization

Labradoodle - people socialization

Labra­do­odle — people socialization

Labradoodle - people socialization

Labra­do­odle — people socialization

Labradoodle - people socialization

Labra­do­odle — people socialization

Labradoodle - people socialization

Labra­do­odle — people socialization

Labradoodle - people socialization

Labra­do­odle — people socialization

FIRST MEETING WITH OTHER DOGS

Labradoodle - meeting other dogs

Labra­do­odle — meeting other dogs

AS LOVELY AS WE ARE:

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

Australian Labradoodle pup

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup

WEEK 4

Dear Fami­lies!

Life is great! We do many things right now. We have heard many dif­fe­rent sounds:
–lawn­mo­wer, clock, door­bell, wal­king on sta­irs, sew, ham­mer, drill, washing machine, micro­wave, vacuum cle­aner, an ambu­lance, bus, tram­way, fridge, blen­der, cut­ting vege­ta­bles, boiling water, fry­ing eggs, washing the dishes, elec­tri­cal sha­ver, hair dryer, bath, toilet flu­shing, bru­shing teeth, washing hands, play­ing the guitar, play­ing drums, play­ing the piano, heli­cop­ter, roc­ket, an air­plane, boat, motor boat, caro­usel, chil­dren lau­ghing, crowd of people, flute, xylo­phone, prin­ter sounds, scan­ner sounds, chalk sounds, com­pu­ter sounds, ten­nis play­ing, basket­ball play­ing, ska­te­bo­ard, diving sounds, fishing sounds, train toy sounds, music box, car dri­ving, train.

In the nature world mother has some hel­pers cal­led nan­nies. When she goes hun­ting nan­nies take care after the babies. This way mother feels safe for their chil­dren. Our nanny is our aunt – God­dess. You can see how much fun we have with her. She is also very gen­tle and very patient.

We have star­ted some­thing which is cal­led ENRICHED ENVIROMET. MISS calls it Waldorf’s kin­der­gar­den;) We explore a lot now. Enri­ched envi­ron­ment con­si­sts of dif­fe­rent objects with a dif­fe­rent fac­ture. This way we are not only meeting dif­fe­rent fac­tu­res, pro­ducts and mate­rials. While play­ing on our play­gro­und we not only explore without any reason. All the obstac­les are set up the way so we can get on the objects, inside them, under them. This teaches us to solve sim­ple pro­blems (how to get of the box, how to get out of the bag). Miss has hid­den small por­tions of food eve­ry­where and that makes us explore and check for the hid­den prizes.

Labradoodle -socialization

Labra­do­odle –socialization

Labradoodle

Labra­do­odle

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle

Labra­do­odle

Labradoodle socialization

Labra­do­odle socialization

Labradoodle socialization

Labra­do­odle socialization

Labradoodle socialization

Labra­do­odle socialization

Labradoodle

Labra­do­odle

Labradoodle sleeping

Labra­do­odle sleeping

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

Labradoodle - socialization

Labra­do­odle — socialization

WEEK 5

Dear Fami­lies

It is hap­pe­ning. Last week we explo­red a lot. Miss is intro­du­cing some­thing
cal­led “Gol­den Twe­lve” of Mar­ga­ret Hughes.

She has built an edu­ca­tio­nal path where we were explo­ring for 3 days. The
path was con­si­sting of 12 dif­fe­rent mate­rials (lit­tle puppy sho­uld walk of
12 dif­fe­rent sur­fa­ces by the time of 12 weeks MH).

This path con­si­sted of:
1. wet towel
2. new­spa­pers
3. wood
4. bricks
5. rustling pla­stic bags
6. Sty­ro­foam
8. metal net
9. bot­tles and cans
10. rope
11. pla­stic insu­la­tion with tabs
12. boar skin

Educational path

Edu­ca­tio­nal path

Educational path

Edu­ca­tio­nal path

At first when our paws touched dif­fe­rent kinds of gro­und we were explo­ring
it care­fully, but after 2 runs we did not have any pro­blem with it. Actu­ally
we enjoyed it a lot, espe­cially than some tre­ats were hid­den on the way.

Miss says that those kinds of exer­ci­ses are very impor­tant for us because we
not only explore, but we explore with dif­fe­rent sen­ses — and sense of touch
is very impor­tant for us. Our lit­tle feet get to touch very strange things –
the more we explore — the more con­fi­dent we are.

Also we still con­ti­nue explo­ring dif­fe­rent envi­ron­ments. Now a sta­ble part
of the envi­ron­ment is sud­den noise. Some­ti­mes a pla­stic bot­tle or a metal
can is fal­ling. This way we are get­ting used to the fact that a sud­den noise
is nothing to be afraid of.

Enriched Environment

Enri­ched Environment

Next week — there are some Chri­st­mas sto­ries to come;) We hel­ped out a lot
while Chri­st­mas pre­pa­ra­tion! Oh you will have to laugh about it!

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

Educational path - labradoodle puppies

Edu­ca­tio­nal path — labra­do­odle puppies

WEEK 6

It has been hap­pe­ning. Thru this week we did, saw and expe­rien­ced a lot of
things.
First of all we went to the vet and been vac­ci­na­ted, micro­chip­ped and we
have pas­sports now. The vet Visit was great we were not afraid a bit. We do
not have to men­tion that our first car drive went great. We went into a car
and felt asleep imme­dia­tely. Dri­ving as a ple­asure for us. Do you remem­ber
the mem­bra­ine exer­ci­ses fol­lo­wed in the 3-rd week of our life? thanks
to them we do not have car sickness.

We met dif­fe­rent people this week as well.
We under­stand what is a bicycle and ska­te­bo­ard. People are moving of them
making cer­tain noise.
There was some­thing people cal­led Chri­st­mas and they even deco­ra­ted
Chri­st­mas tree. Some of us hel­ped those people. Some of us did not like the
deco­ra­tions and deci­ded to steal them. Our exer­cise field was enri­ched with
some balo­ons (we do not have to men­tion that some­ti­mes those balo­ons break
and shoot – we do not care).
Aaaand we had a visi­tor – mr Santa Claus – he bro­ught us some gifts.
For the first time we went out­side. We did not care about the weather and
the wind. We meet our uncle Don­nan and played with him.

We still need a lot of safe explo­ring – the more safe we feel bet­ter for our
future men­tal sta­bi­lity. Enjoy the photos.

Labradoodles and visitors

Labra­do­odles and visitors

Labradoodles and visitors

Labra­do­odles and visitors

Labradoodles and visitors

Labra­do­odles and visitors

Labradoodle love

Labra­do­odle love

Labradoodle and bicycle

Labra­do­odle and bicycle

Labradoodle and playground

Labra­do­odle and playground

Labradoodle and playground

Labra­do­odle and playground

Labradoodles and Christmass

Labra­do­odles and Christmass

Labradoodles and Christmass

Labra­do­odles and Christmass

Labradoodles and Christmass

Labra­do­odles and Christmass

Labradoodles and Christmass

Labra­do­odles and Christmass

Labradoodles and Christmass

Labra­do­odles and Christmass

Labradoodles and Christmass

Labra­do­odles and Christmass

Puppies with aunt

Pup­pies with aunt

Labradoodle pup nap

Labra­do­odle pup nap

Labradoodle dwarfs

Labra­do­odle dwarfs

Labradoodles & Donnan

Labra­do­odles & Donnan

Labradoodles & Donnan

Labra­do­odles & Donnan

Labradoodles & Donnan

Labra­do­odles & Donnan

Labradoodles & Donnan

Labra­do­odles & Donnan

Labradoodles & Donnan

Labra­do­odles & Donnan

Labradoodles outside

Labra­do­odles outside

Labradoodles outside

Labra­do­odles outside

Labradoodles outside

Labra­do­odles outside

Labradoodles outside

Labra­do­odles outside

WEEK 7 AND 8
We have been away for a long time. For­give us. There was so much to do aro­und with us that there was no more time left for upda­ting the website. But it has been hap­pe­ning a lot and a lot of pho­tos have been taken as well.
So we have been taken to the woods where we explo­red dif­fe­rent smells

We have been taken to the deep fro­zen lake to explore

Labradoodles, frozen lake

Labra­do­odles, fro­zen lake

Labradoodles, frozen lake

Labra­do­odles, fro­zen lake

Labradoodles, frozen lake

Labra­do­odles, fro­zen lake

We have been taken to the woods to sniff

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

Labradoodles and woods

Labra­do­odles and woods

We have been tra­ining on the agi­lity field

Agility field

Agi­lity field

Labradoodles & agility field

Labra­do­odles & agi­lity field

Labradoodles & agility field

Labra­do­odles & agi­lity field

Labradoodles & agility field

Labra­do­odles & agi­lity field

Labradoodles & agility field

Labra­do­odles & agi­lity field

Labradoodles & agility field

Labra­do­odles & agi­lity field

Labradoodles & agility field

Labra­do­odles & agi­lity field

We were explo­ring in the tent full of balls

Labradoodles and balls

Labra­do­odles and balls

Labradoodles and balls

Labra­do­odles and balls

We had our tem­pe­ra­ment tested by professional

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

Labradoodle temperament test

Labra­do­odle tem­pe­ra­ment test

We came out at night

Labradoodle night walk

Labra­do­odle night walk

Labradoodle night walk

Labra­do­odle night walk

Labradoodle night walk

Labra­do­odle night walk

Labradoodle night walk

Labra­do­odle night walk

We plaid in the snow

Labradoodles and snow

Labra­do­odles and snow

Labradoodles and snow

Labra­do­odles and snow

Labradoodles and snow

Labra­do­odles and snow

Labradoodles in the snow

Labra­do­odles in the snow

We tried first bones:

Labradoodles eat bones

Labra­do­odles eat bones

Labradoodles eat bones

Labra­do­odles eat bones

Labradoodles eat bones

Labra­do­odles eat bones

We were tra­ined sit, lay down, high fives

Labradoodle high five

Labra­do­odle high five

Labradoodle lay down

Labra­do­odle lay down

Labradoodle sit

Labra­do­odle sit

All of it to under­stand that eve­ry­thing is chan­ging and that the change is the impor­tant and essen­tial part of the envi­ron­ment.
We have also been lear­ning what posi­tive rein­for­ce­ment tra­ining is and we will be well pre­pa­red for it when we will go to our first puppy classes.

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Elzbieta Gajew­ska
Wlo­chata Pasja
First Pro­fes­sio­nal Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Ken­nel in Poland

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