Labradoodles by Leen
When I, Paige, moved to Virginia, my husband, Jordan, who was my boyfriend at the time, wanted to buy me a dog. I was going to be living alone for the first time, and he wanted me to have a companion. He loves dogs and wanted me to share in that joy. I, on the other hand, have never been a dog person. I told him that he was allowed to give me a dog if he could find one that didn't drool, shed, or stink. My criteria went on: this dog had to be small enough not to wreck my little apartment and smart enough to obey as to not jump on me. And even though I wanted a small dog I didn't want her to be "toy" sized. I was looking for a dog size-able enough to be self sufficient around the house and able to jump on and off the bed without assistance.
Needless to say, I thought I had given Jordan an impossible task in finding a dog that would satisfy all my high maintenance demands. He took the challenge and after extensive research found that multi-generational miniature Australian Labradoodles were the perfect fit. And he was right! Ever since Monkey (my first Labradoodle) was a little pup I have been desperately in love with her. When we realized that we had discovered such an amazing breed of dog we considered breeding, so we opted not to have her spayed. My sister-in-law, Andrea, also fell in love with my sweet little Monkey. She began to search to find herself a multi-generational miniature Australian Labradoodle as well. She came across Fletch, a breeding quality chocolate colored male doodle puppy slightly younger than Monkey. Monkey and Fletch immediately hit it off. They have grown up together, and now they are starting a family.