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Re: Guardian Homes and Prices
Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:09

All that may be the case, but I will respectfully disagree on the practice, in theory and morally. Neither do I believe dogs should be bred and sold when done. There certainly are breeders who do neither, my pup is from one. Perhaps I will rethink my choice of puppy based on breeding practices.
I do understand this is becoming ‘normal’ but as the owner of a nearly 2 year old pup, it would be traumatic to a pup to be separated for 2 months even if they saw that person ‘routinely’. No way the dog wouldn’t be adversely affected somehow by the process. (And yes, trained thru Canine Good Citizen and well socialized.)
At the risk of continuing to offend (not my intent honestly) a purebred English Cream Golden Retriever is $2500 a mix bred Australian Shepherd Labrador Poodle is $3400? Something doesn’t compute, but if people pay it you can ask whatever you like, right?

  • Guardian Homes and PricesKendra~ Noble Vestal Labradoodles, Mon Jun 18 09:48
    The use of guardian homes allows breeders to breed in a humane way without the use of a kennel. Dogs are assigned a permanent family to live their lives with from puppyhood through the end of their... more
    • Risks of GuardianshipBaci Doodle, Mon Jun 25 10:50
      I'm sure a guardianship can work out well for a breeder and for the guardian. In our case, it did not. I wanted to share my experience in the hope of saving others from the same expense and... more
    • Re: Guardian Homes and Prices — Wildwind96 , Mon Jun 18 11:09
      • ResearchKendra~ Noble Vestal Labradoodles, Mon Jun 18 11:18
        There is NO Australian Shepherd in an Australian Labroodle! Guardian homes are also not new in the breeding world. In purebred dogs, dogs may be raised by one family, handled in a ring by another and ... more
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