How do I become a guardian?
Guardianship, for our Boulder County friends, might be an option if you would like to own an Australian Labradoodle without the initial cost. Our guardian families get a pick of the litter puppy and provide loving homes for our mamas and papas so they are well socialized, and cared for as they provide the puppies for our adopting families. After they fulfill their breeding contract (3-4 litters), we pay for the cost of spaying or neutering and their doodle lives out their life with the guardian family.
Guardian families must:
Have a fenced, safe and secure yard
Have a flexible schedule, so the dog is not alone for extended periods of time each day
Commit to raising a well-trained dog, attend training classes, and participate in online puppy training w/ BAXTER & Bella
Provide regular veterinary visits, vaccinations
Follow the grooming guidelines set forth by MSL
Incur the everyday veterinary costs of owning a dog (we cover costs associated with breeding
Keep lines of communication open with Mountain Sun Labradoodles
Be willing to care for and understand the needs of a breeding dog
Do you own or rent?
Do you have a fenced-in yard?