TAKING DEPOSITS~ Puppies will be ready first day of spring! DOB 1/17/14
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Want a big doodle to love on well look no further. This is our second litter and all puppies will be as adorable and fun as the first.
A little about this fun loving breed. This breed of dog typically has the size of the Saint Bernard but will typically have a Poodle coat. As a result of inheriting its coat from the Poodle the Saint Berndoodle will usually not shed very much at all, if any. For this reason, the Saint Berndoodle is considered to be a very good dog for people who are prone to allergies and need a dog that is hypo-allergenic. The temperament of this breed of dog tends to be affectionate and loving. The Saint Berdoodle gets along well with children and will be patient with them. In addition, this breed will also get along well with other pets, especially if it has been socialized at an early age. Its affectionate nature allows the Saint Berdoodle to be a good choice for almost any family of any age, including children and the elderly. The Saint Berdoodle is considered to be an intelligent dog; a trait which it takes from both the Poodle as well as the Saint Bernard. Its intelligence allows it to take well to training. The Saint Berdoodle does not have any serious health issues that are known at this time. Like many hybrid breeds, this dog tends to take the best from both breeds and does not usually suffer from health problems that are often present in the Poodle or the Saint Bernard breeds. Although it is not usually a serious issue, the Saint Berdoodle will usually need to have its ears and eyes checked frequently to check for possible infections. Generally, the Saint Berndoodle will not need a significant amount of grooming. Brushing on a regular basis can help with shedding if the dog has inherited a Saint Bernard coat. Generally, the dog will only need to be washed when necessary or about once per month. This breed will need to have its ears and eyes checked on a regular basis to reduce the chance for infection.
At Gem's Poodles, our babies receive loads of love and attention from birth as they grow. As soon as they are up and about, they also get lots of sunshine, exercise and the best nutrition to insure a good and healthy start on life. We breed our females once a year. We try and take the summer off so we can enjoy the outdoor life, summer vacation with our kids and dogs, and all the joys we get from summer. (camping, fly fishing, hiking, exploring, gardening and anything outdoors:))We love to follow the progress of each and every puppy and welcome the opportunity to keep in contact with our clients. Photos are not just welcomed, but embraced!Our goals are for every puppy to have a happy, healthy life and to enrich and bring happiness and love to the lives of its new owners.
Raise all pups in a home environment.Socialize new pups with lots of individual attention.Breeding my females no more than once a year.Work only with parents that have sound genes and bloodlines. Invite families to visit the pups home and let the perfect pup pick you as soon as pups are old enough.Attempt to match personality and individual situation with the best puppy for your family.Visitors can see the new puppies when we feel they are strong and thriving.