We have Australian Labradoodle puppies!

Our belo­ved Gol­die has given birth to the Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies!

This is Goldie:

Australijski Labradoodle Rutland WH Golden Glamour

Austra­lij­ski Labra­do­odle Rutland WH Gol­den Glamour

And this is proud daddy:

Australijski Labradoodle Rutlands Black Onyxe

Austra­lij­ski Labra­do­odle Rutlands Black Onyxe

Gol­die has given birth to won­der­ful Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup­pies! The labor lasted as long as 16 hours, but we were with her all the time hel­ping her out. As always this is an ama­zing feeling — miracle of birth. Every lit­tle cud­dly, soft and warm ball is so inno­cent and so depen­dent on us.
Gol­die is a won­der­ful mother, she is taking care of her babies all the time, she is cle­aning them and gives them lots of warmth (floor heating helps her out ;)) Gol­die is feeding pup­pies all the time and they feel safe. It is quiet…the view rela­xes my eye..

Eve­ry­thing that we do in Wlo­chata Pasja is done on pur­pose. Our job is to make the the cer­tain envi­ron­ment for pup­pies so that have a possi­bi­lity of wide-ranging deve­lop­ment. We invite you to join us in that vir­tual adven­ture. Here we will place the adven­ture of the pup­pies week by week. You will be able to obse­rve what do we do with the pup­pies in each week of the puppy deve­lop­ment stage.

Week 1/2
Pup­pies stay with Gol­die all the time. The feeling of safe envi­ron­ment which she assu­res them is very impor­tant now, and will be impor­tant thro­ugh all the socia­li­za­tion period in our ken­nel. Lots of explo­ra­tion — but at the same time rein­su­rance. Gol­die exu­des phe­ro­mo­nes at this time and those phe­ro­mo­nes make pup­pies calm.
If it comes to our work during that period — we start the early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion from day 3 and we con­ti­nue until the pup­pies are 16 days. of age.
Early neu­ro­lo­gi­cal sti­mu­la­tion means exer­ci­sing with pup­pies cer­tain poses (head up, head down, lay­ing on the back, tic­kling paws, put­ting on the cold towel). Eve­ry­thing lasts very short — each exer­cise lasts for about 3 seconds. Those exer­ci­ses are done for the cer­tain purposes:

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.

When pup­pies are 10 days of age we de-worm them for the first time.

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppy

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppy

Australian Labradoodle puppy - neurological stimulation

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppy — neu­ro­lo­gi­cal stimulation

Australian Labradoodle puppy - neurological stimulation

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppy — neu­ro­lo­gi­cal stimulation

Australian Labradoodle puppy - neurological stimulation

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppy — neu­ro­lo­gi­cal stimulation

Australian Labradoodle puppy - neurological stimulation

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppy — neu­ro­lo­gi­cal stimulation

Week 3

Pup­pies star­ted ope­ning their eyes and ears. We han­dle them gen­tly and show them other rooms in the house — we let them smell dif­fe­rent objects — sense of smell is very impor­tant for the dogs — this is why we work with it a lot. As the ears start ope­ning we let the pup­pies listen to the radio and other sounds — it is very impor­tant for the pup­pies to get to know them. The sounds are pretty calm at the begin­ning as we do not want the pup­pies to get aro­used. We let them listen to chil­dren sto­ries, rhy­mes and lul­la­bies. At this week we also start our spe­cial exer­ci­ses — MEMBRANE exer­ci­ses. The pur­pose of them is to immu­nize pup­pies for car tra­ve­ling. No — we do not drive with pup­pies at that age. We are exer­ci­sing at home. Those exer­ci­ses grant each puppy to be free of motion sick­ness (car sick­ness). It is very impor­tant espe­cially now, when lots of people tra­vel with their dog. As for now, pup­pies sleep a lot still.

Collars waiting

Col­lars waiting

Labradoodle puppy sleeping

Labra­do­odle puppy sleeping

Labradoodle pup sleeping

Labra­do­odle pup sleeping

Hello!

Hello!

Week 4
We de-worm pup­pies again. Slowly we intro­duce them to the enri­ched envi­ron­ment. What does it mean? We are using dif­fe­rent object that we can find in the house on which pup­pies can explore and expe­ri­ment. They get into them, on them, under them. We sup­ply them with safe envi­ron­ment so that the pup­pies know that this world is in fact safe.
We are using old, big boxes, fruit car­tons, yogurt con­ta­iners, bal­lo­ons, chil­dren toys (the one moving and giving a spe­cial sound), jars, cans (with sto­nes inside so they rat­tle. All those objects are made of mate­rials out of dif­fe­rent textu­res.
Pup­pies go on this spe­cial play­gro­und, they look for the food there and they explore the area with dif­fe­rent senses.

Red labradoodle pup

Red labra­do­odle pup

Labradoodle pup - first solid food

Labra­do­odle pup — first solid food

Labradoodle pup start playing

Labra­do­odle pup start playing

Labradoodle puppies start socialisation

Labra­do­odle pup­pies start socialisation

Labradoodle pups exploring

Labra­do­odle pups exploring

Labradoodle pups - first enriched environment

Labra­do­odle pups — first enri­ched environment

Labradoodle pups - first enriched environment

Labra­do­odle pups — first enri­ched environment

Labradoodle pups - first enriched environment

Labra­do­odle pups — first enri­ched environment

Labradoodle pups - first enriched environment

Labra­do­odle pups — first enri­ched environment


Week 5
Cru­cial for meeting people

Pup­pies meet dif­fe­rent people and they start to meet dif­fe­rent dogs – for now we only con­cen­trate on the dogs from our envi­ron­ment. The secret is – DIVERSITY, people in dif­fe­rent age, sex, body build, voice. Pup­pies has to know voice of woman, man and chil­dren. While pup­pies play at their play­gro­und they listen to dif­fe­rent sounds – vacuum cle­aner, hair dryer, piano. We let them listen to chil­dren books with dif­fe­rent sounds of ani­mals. Pup­pies are very alert to those sounds and we teach them that eve­ry­thing which is weird does not have to mean dan­ger. The world is beau­ti­ful and safe – and that is what they have to learn. They get to know the world thru having fun and play­ing. After 2 days of exer­ci­ses with sounds they do not care about them at all. Some­ti­mes some­thing fells on the floor, some­ti­mes bal­loon shots – pup­pies learn that noise is a natu­ral part of this world.
Pup­pies alre­ady know that wearing col­lar is okay. We build the play­gro­und for them with dif­fe­rent tre­ats which they find and eat.
We open the win­dow so they feel the weather is col­der, every puppy has alre­ady been out­side also (on my hands for 5 seconds)

Labradoodle puppies - meeting different people

Labra­do­odle pup­pies — meeting dif­fe­rent people

Labradoodle puppies - meeting different people

Labra­do­odle pup­pies — meeting dif­fe­rent people

Labradoodle puppies - meeting different people

Labra­do­odle pup­pies — meeting dif­fe­rent people

Labradoodle puppies - meeting different people

Labra­do­odle pup­pies — meeting dif­fe­rent people

Labradoodle puppies - meeting different people

Labra­do­odle pup­pies — meeting dif­fe­rent people

Labradoodle puppies - meeting different people

Labra­do­odle pup­pies — meeting dif­fe­rent people

Labradoodle puppies - meeting different people

Labra­do­odle pup­pies — meeting dif­fe­rent people

Week 6

Pup­pies are after first vac­ci­na­tion, micro chip­ping and have got their pas­sports now. Tra­vel­ling to the vet was per­fect. As soon as we got to the car and engine star­ted we felt asleep. Pup­pies are car pro­ofed and motion sick­ness is out of question!
Today we let them also run on the snow. Thanks to the Early Sti­mu­la­tion that was very natu­ral for the pup­pies and they were not a bit afraid or sur­pri­sed about it.
Pup­pies are still meeting new people but now they spend also a lot of time with other dogs and they enjoy it a lot. We con­ti­nue enri­ched envi­ron­ment and wait for the tem­pe­ra­ment testing after which they will be assi­gned to their families.

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 7

A lot of things is hap­pe­ning now. Pup­pies play a lot out­side, they are lear­ning potty tra­ining. They have been tem­pe­ra­ment tested. We con­ti­nue the socia­li­za­tion: people, other ani­mals, sounds, noises, enri­ched environment

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppies

Australian Labradoodle puppies - temperament testing

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup­pies — tem­pe­ra­ment testing

Australian Labradoodle puppy

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle puppy

Australian Labradoodle puppies - temperament testing

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle pup­pies — tem­pe­ra­ment testing

Week 8

This is very impor­tant week. We con­ti­nue the exer­ci­ses and socia­li­za­tion as we did before but we also intro­duce posi­tive rein­for­ce­ment tra­ining. Before pup­pies go to the new fami­lies they will know what posi­tive rein­for­ce­ment tra­ining is. We teach them to sit, lay down, give a five, but what we actu­ally teach them is not the impor­tance of com­mands but the posi­tive and imme­diate response to this tra­ining. But most of all of course our pup­pies have been allo­ca­ted!! We have got now 8 happy families!

Australian Labradoodle - CARLOS (Germany)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — CARLOS (Germany)

Australian Labradoodle - NELLI (Finland)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — NELLI (Finland)

Australian Labradoodle - DYZIO (Poland)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — DYZIO (Poland)

Australian Labradoodle - TOBY (Germany)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — TOBY (Germany)

Australian Labradoodle - BUDDAH (Holland)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — BUDDAH (Holland)

Australian Labradoodle - SKIPER (Poland)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — SKIPER (Poland)

Australian Labradoodle - JIP (Holland)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — JIP (Holland)

Australian Labradoodle - Jimmy (Holland)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — Jimmy (Holland)

Australian Labradoodle - Goddess (Poland)

Austra­lian Labra­do­odle — God­dess (Poland)

Happy Fami­lies!

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Wlo­chata Pasja
First Pro­fes­sio­nal Ken­nel of Austra­lian Labra­do­odles in Poland

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