We live in a small village near Attleborough in Norfolk, England, just off the A11. We share our home with our 11 dogs: Bonnie, Skyla, Yogi, Freddie, Meri, Jeff, Wilma, Ruby, Barbara (AKA Big Barb), Margo (AKA Large Marge) & Dudley. We also have 3 Devon Rex cats, horses, alpacas, pygmy goats and chickens.
I am passionate about dogs and fulfilled my lifelong dream 19 years ago when I started breeding doodles.
We fully health test our breeding dogs and all have super temperaments. We have a current dog breeding licence (Breckland Council) and have been awarded the maximum number of stars available.
I like to do everything 110% and do all I can to prepare our puppies for their life ahead. We work hard to produce the perfect puppy and best friend for you, taking them for rides in the car with their mum, socialisation and playing a CD of noises such as thunder and fireworks, not to mention weaning on quality food and a good worming program. Our puppies are raised in our home in a purpose built living room environment on a non slip floor with access to the garden.
Our dogs are our pets first so an Amarante doodle is very much a limited edition. Bonnie and Skyla, although no longer can have puppies themselves, they still play an active role in the training and nurturing of new puppies as are very maternal and loving dogs.
I am also an experienced dog behaviourist specialising in the dog’s early years. These first months are so important as lay the foundations which shape your dog’s future behaviour. I have been lucky enough to observe our puppies with their mother, also watching them interacting with their littermates and with our adult dogs. It’s been a fantastic opportunity for me to learn how dogs communicate with each other and I can pass this information onto you to help you gain a better bond with your dog and sort any problems you might have.
We have two gorgeous stud dogs in the family... Jeff our F1 sheepadoodle and Dudley, our American imported F1b St Berdoodle.
If you want any more information please get in touch.