Puppies are sold with care and training instructions,
vaccination and health records, and a written sales agreement/ health warranty (available upon request). Puppies come intact.
Most veterinarians in the United States do not favor early "desexing" but rather suggest that the animal be spayed
or neutered shortly before reaching puberty, normally at about 6 months of age. We strongly endorse this position.
a new puppy is like adding a new member to your family, hopefully for the next 10 to 15 years. At Gleneden, breeder support
is lifetime in scope (see, Doodle Family). With a proven track record earned over decades, bringing home a puppy from Gleneden
is quite different from buying from someone who may on occasion drop a classified advertisement in the newspaper or place
a notice on the Internet relative to a litter or an expected litter and then, for all practical purposes, disappears or is
not prepared and/or willing to offer professional advice and assistance pre and post sale.
comeliness may be rightfully considered a secondary consideration in selecting a family pet, it is certainly a nice "add-on".
Visitors to Gleneden almost always seem to remark on how pleased they are with the handsome appearance of the animals. They
appreciate the fact that our breeding program for Labradoodles (F1B Backcrosses and Multigeneration ) has retained much of
the body structure and the physical handsomeness of the Labrador Retriever - by far the most popular AKC recognized breed
in America. We hope that you agree that if there were beauty contests for Doodles, Gleneden would earn a goodly share of
the winners. Please pass the Tiaras!