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DivaDoodles

 

 

 Labradoodles bred for character and temperament


Licensed by Cornwall Council - Licence no: LI18_006854




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    Mabel's scan this morning confirmed she is in pup and her babies should make their entrance into the world around 1… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

    6th January @ 11:02
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This website should contain a health warning  -  LABRADOODLES ARE ADDICTIVE! Our first Labradoodle was Toby, a UK cream standard F2. We knew almost as soon as we had Toby that we would like another Labradoodle and a year later Chloe, Toby's half sister, a UK cream standard F2b arrived. I was very privileged as Chloe's breeder allowed me to be present at her birth. The wonderful temperament of both Chloe's and Toby's dams and the amazing experience of being involved in her birth made me start to contemplate breeding Labradoodles. I feel that there are many advantages to having a homebred puppy rather than one from a more commercially oriented enterprise. In particular, there is the opportunity for much greater socialisation in a family environment which prepares the puppy for its future home and family life. This makes it much less likely that a puppy will end up in a rehoming centre as a concientious breeder will ensure that its future home is appropriate and that its new family realises the commitment involved and the specific needs of their puppy. 


Having considered all the implications of letting Chloe have a litter of puppies, I decided that as she has such a wonderful temperament and makes such a lovely family pet, I would like other families to enjoy having such a marvellous dog. I therefore started to look for a stud dog that would complement Chloe. Whilst doing this, I discovered the miniature Australian Labradoodle and fell in love with them so, after an extensive search, Freya, who is only 15" high at the shoulder, joined the family in June 2011.  


The Divadoodles line has been continued through the daughters (Keira and Mollie) and the grandaughter ( Rowan) of our original girls Chloe and Freya.     Chloe, Freya, Keira and Rowan have now retired but continue to live with us and are much loved family pets.   Mollie continues to carry the Divadoodles line forward and will hopefully be joined by Mabel, Keira's daughter from her last litter sometime in 2020


The last, but not least, member of the gang  is our lovely Rupert who is gorgeous in looks and nature and has sired some stunning puppies with Keira, Rowan and Mollie.  Our puppies are only available as family pets.


We are based in Jacobstow, EX23  an hour away from Exeter.

 



Some comments from DivaDoodles families


Thank you Kim for raising such lovely natured dogs and for putting so much thought, time and effort into starting their training.   Becky Stiasny 

 

We have had our new pup Lily here a week and these are the things we have learned: best toys are empty bottles and paper towel rolls, wine glasses break if you hit a table hard enough, and choose your breeder wisely. Lily hasn't had an accident in the house, asks to go to the toilet, sits on command, does a pretty good fetch and is a total delight. Thank you Kim Cawley.  Tara Heron 

 

Saw the egg lady at the farmers market who also trains dogs. She knows her stuff and gave me some tips. Such as- teach her a command and she will wee on cue. Play her a CD and she wont be worried by loud noises. Teach her to sit for anything she wants. What can I say super breeder Kim you got there first thank you so much!   Sandra Sampson 

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Sun Valley's Red Rupert of Divadoodles

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Doodledash to celebrate Chloe's first litter's first birthday.

   

Puppies from Chloe's and Freya's litters came with their families


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