Please read this even if you had read it before. There are a few changes.
TWO current guardian opportunities:
First one is a Chocolate Merle Female Irish Wilfadoodle. She will be about 65 lbs and shaggy. ready for her guardian home now.
Second is an Apricot F1 (first generation) Female Goldendoodle. She is a medium and will be 30-40 lbs. ready for her guardian home June 20th.
We believe that each dog deserves to be part of a loving home. We also believe that dogs that feel loved are happier and healthier and therefore produce healthier happier puppies with the best temperaments!
For those reasons we choose to employ a guardian program for most of our breeding dogs. All but the three girls that live with us!
Matilda, Dolly and Gypsy, our pets, live with us as our family pets and will continue to do so long after they have retired from their breeding careers. All the rest of our dogs have their own families to love!
Our Guardian Program participants receive a top quality dog that will be their pet forever. (with only a small deposit of $500).We retain the breeding rights.
The Guardian is responsible for the basic maintenance, health, safety and training of the dog, and Twin Sisters Doodles pays for all the testing and breeding related costs. All dogs should have basic training (Walk calmly on leash, sit and stay on command) and should be well socialized.
Female Dogs are brought to us, by the guardian when it is time for breeding and then to deliver and raise their puppies, (for about 7 weeks) then they go home to their family. When the dog is no longer breeding, the guardian will spay or neuter the dog and it remains their pet forever. Female dogs will have 3-4 litters only. between the ages of 1 and 7 years
Males that are to be used for stud will be brought to us at the appropriate times when needed for breeding , then go straight back home.
When a male dog is brought to us at Twin Sisters Doodles for breeding, the guardian will receive $100.
The guardian of a female will receive $500 per litter, for each litter that their dog produces.(two or more puppies is considered a litter)
A finders fee (10%) is also offered to the Guardian for stud fee and puppy purchase referrals.
The Guardian and TSD will sign a contract outlining care that is expected as well as the renumeration to the Guardian home.
The guardian home must be less than an hour drive from our location outside of Fairfield.
If you are interested in being a Guardian. Please fill out a puppy application and note that you would like to be considered for guardianship. (There is a short waiting list for guardian positions).
We don’t always keep a dog from a litter for breeding. The dogs that we do keep must stand out from the rest both in personality and physical features and it must fit the needs of our breeding program.