Age: Born November 1st, 2019
Mateo - black and tan phantom miniature male with some white markings is looking for a Guardian Family. Must live within Grand Forks or Christina Lake. Mateo should mature to 25 lbs and 15 or 16 inches tall. He has a very mature nature, calm and loving with a quick learning way about him.
To inquire further about becoming a guardian home please contact us to apply.
Must live in Grand Forks or Christina Lake.
Canadoodle Australian Labradoodles has a guardian program and is looking for people in and around the Grand Forks area for permanent guardian homes for our puppies. If interested, please read Canadoodles Guardian Home Expectations below. Contact Karen for more information
Canadoodle’s Guardian Home Expectations
Canadoodle Australian Labradoodles wishes for all their breeding dogs to live a pampered and well adjusted life. In order to do so, we place the majority of our dogs in their own forever homes with a “Guardian Family”.
Where and what is a Guardian Home?
It is preferred that the dogs, especially the boys, live within 90 minutes of Grand Forks to ensure a convenient access home when they are needed. We expect that the Guardian Family will provide a forever home that is loving and nurturing and that the dog will become a much loved family member that lives with you, in your home – never a backyard dog.
We require that all appropriate precautions be taken to ensure that she/he is kept safe both from getting loose, lost or hurt and from other dogs hurting her/him or causing her to become pregnant or him to impregnate another dog.
We expect that all vaccinations, grooming, training and quality food will be regularly provided. Apart from coming in for regular grooming, we ask that your dog comes often to visit so that coming here to be bred, whelp or used for breeding is a happy and non-stressful occasion.
All regular veterinary care is the responsibility of the Guardian Family – any veterinary care required for breeding and whelping purposes is the responsibility of Canadoodles.
When the Guardian dog is released from the program, it is spayed/neutered at our expense and becomes a forever pet of the Guardian Family.
We have an amazing group of Guardian Families within the program who provide wonderful homes for our doodles and with whom we have a warm and friendly relationship that lasts beyond the program time. We cherish our Guardian Families for without them, life would not be nearly as fulfilling or as much fun.