I AM BOOKED THROUGH 2021!
In loving memory
of Annabelle Potts
We are a boutique breeder of
Mini and Medium Labradoodles
in Southern Maine offering
limited litters per year
By design and intention, we are a small but exclusive, breeding program. You will rarely find us raising several litters at once.
Our strong focus on customer service requires visits to our home for puppy socialization with the litter you are purchasing a pup from - a benefit for you and the puppies!
Our goal is to always improve on this hybrid through
education, research and health testing.
ADNE requires children to be 6 years or older to be considered for a puppy at the suggestion of our trainer.
Christie Brinkley and vin Diesel
are celebrating! She's pregnant!
I expect some adorable patterns with this mating to include abstracts and full parti patterns in colors of black & white, cream & white and possibly chocolate & white.
They will be small mediums in size - my best guess is around 30 lbs. and around 17 inches in height with strong boning.
I will be sure to inform some of the applicants on my very long wait list.
What does a WAIT LIST mean?
In almost every litter I have had, someone has to cancel due to life issues - timing, sickness, moving, etc.
If you send in an application and it is in the Wait List File, you are the people I contact FIRST if someone cancels. I contact you based on if there is a 'puppy match' per your application.
There is no obligation; HOWEVER, any new applications need to be aware that my wait list for a puppy at this time, is a full year.
ALWAYS BEST TO CONTACT ME DIRECTLY THROUGH EMAIL:
Skye, below is our latest hopeful breeder for ADNE. She is a true miniature with the funniest personality. She is full grown now and has passed her testing criteria.
'Skye's the Limit' is a true miniature size Australian Labradoodle of about 18 lbs. and 15 inches in height. If bred to either Hobbs or Duckie will produce a litter of pups that will mature to under 20 lbs. Great for traveling or flying in a plane. She is mischievous, friendly, smart and cuddly. An adorable little imp!!
Unfortunately, Clary 'jumped the gun' with her timing for using frozen semen from Jaxon, so I had to switch studs. Timing is EVERYTHING when breeding so Mr. Hobbs gets another date! Hobbs was used for Clary's second litter and they were adorable, so why not a repeat?
Clary is a sweet, friendly 'Welcome Wagon' sort of girl sporting a lovely black & white abstract non shedding coat. Hobbs is also a very happy go lucky guy, so a good choice. The last litter from these two had beautiful colors and coat patterns, maybe we will get lucky again.
I will be contacting my waitlist for the above mating once I know Clary is pregnant.
Please note - I am a small, hobby breeder who has roughly five litters a year. If you are in a hurry for a pup, you need to seek a larger breeding facility that has multiple litters at the same time. I do not mass produce puppies.
I also love and promote black Australian Labradoodles! Many pup buyers prefer any other color but black. I suggest you find a breeder that chooses a pairing that will avoid this color. My preference is a litter producing multiple colors and working with clients that are flexible on both color and gender. Personality and temperament will ALWAYS trump color or gender when I am assigning pups to families.
PLEASE TAKE THIS POLICY INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN APPLYING FOR A PUPPY!
Miss Christie Brinkley has been bred again and is pregnant!!
Ultra Sound predicts a May 2nd. whelp. Diesel was her mate for this breeding. Since both doodles carry for the 'parti' gene, some pups may have the parti pattern! :+)
Brinkley, as a pup, on the left and vin Diesel's pup pic on the right. I will contact my Wait List families now that I know she is pregnant.
This mating is NOT open for new applications!
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