We are not expecting to get a "bonded pair". To clarify what i meant, we are planning on getting two dogs s each has a partner.We want them to be close to the same age with friendly dispositions. They need not be of the same species.
This is not my first dog adoption. I outlined my most recent experience with a dog adoption. I had adopted a dog and had her for 15 years.
I have also had several dogs when my sons were younger. I hope that answers your question. Please let me know if you have sandy others., Thank you, Mary Fisher
Thank you for the response and the informative links. I'm very serious about adopting a Labradoodle and hope Gaelen and I will have the opportunity to meet very soon. I completed the application and look forward to learning the next step in this process.
Thank you for the welcome. I have read all the articles and links thank you. I am willing to travel for my next love. I had my lady for 12 1/2 years and love the breed. She was so smart and was the boss of my home with out a doubt. I have filled out the application and hope to find my next love.
In fact, overnight, I received an email from Kim Keeling. The only disconcerting thing is that she requested that I submit the application as a first step, which I completed last night. I sent her a note back asking for confirmation that it came through. I'm sure we'll get that sorted out.
The rest of the process makes perfect sense, so let's just see what happens!
hi there! thank you for the nice welcome! our F1 Bernedoodle Luna is begging us for a sibling, so we are looking to rescue another doodle. We understand they are not guaranteed hypoallergenic, its the fur that bothers my fiance. He actually grew up with english bulldogs that shed terribly and just lived with it for decades. Our doodle has definitely been a much easier breed to have in those terms. We're excited to find the perfect doodle to bring into our home! =)