Puppies are available free of charge through our Guardian Program. We are looking for Guardian homes for several female puppies in our breeding program. If you are interested in welcoming a Guardian puppy into your family please contact us!
Please note: we currently have a 1-2 year wait list for males in our Guardian Program, we do however have male pet puppies available.
Our Guardian Program Philosophy
Thank you for your interest in our guardian home process. At Cream Puff Labradoodles we believe in a "win, win, and win philosophy". We believe we have a program where you win, your dog wins and we win; so everyone is a winner.
We are so thankful for our guardian homes and are always in need of others interested in the program so we can continue the successful way our breeding program works without ever needing to kennel raise a dog.
The Basics of Our Guardian Program
We do not believe that puppies or dogs are best served by being kennel raised. Dogs are social animals that adore their families and want to be with them, involved in their daily lives and participating as loved family members. By placing them in a home environment that will be their forever home from the time they are puppies, or by placing them as a young adult, we are doing our best to ensure their happiness and strongest start in life. We never have to kennel raise a dog by utilizing guardian homes, and we feel confident about this method and how it works in our breeding program.
The majority of our current guardian homes were either families who could not afford to purchase a quality Labradoodle, wanted the experience of raising pups for their family without the lifetime commitment to the pups they produce, or simply liked the idea of how our programs works and wanted to be a part of it with us. For those who cannot afford to purchase outright, the guardian home option is fantastic as the family only pays for normal vet care when a dog is placed with them. In essence, you get a top quality Labradoodle free, and all you invest is a little time in bringing the dog to us or arranging to have the dog picked up when we need it for testing, breeding or whelping.
We benefit as a breeder because we do not need to have, or utilize kennels. We do not have to care for more dogs than we are comfortable with or can manage easily in our own home. We know each dog has a forever home from the time they are young and a cherished member of a family until they pass into doggie heaven. There are always a lot of questions that people have about the guardian program, and we’ve tried to anticipate most of those and answer them below. Hopefully the info doesn't overwhelm you. We’d rather address all the questions right away, than have someone feel like they weren't really aware of how it worked. In all honesty it's a very simple program, even though it may seem like a lot of detail. If you have any other questions please let us know.
Many guardian homes eventually decide they would like a puppy out of their dog. Normally most pets would be spay/neutered and the owners wouldn’t have this option. With the guardian program, since your dog will be having pups, you will have the opportunity to see these precious puppies and keep one if you so choose; you can either foster another guardian “grandpup” or purchase from the litter.