Our puppies are born in our home where they receive constant supervision, support and care for both mother and her babies. This affords them exposure to all the normal sights and sounds of a typical household from day one. As they grow and mature and begin the weaning process, we graduate them to our indoor/outdoor facility where they can run and play inside as well as outside in our fenced yard. Potty training is well underway and puppies learn early to use a litter box and then a puppy door to the outside yard.
At Cottonwood Labradoodles we strive in providing the appropriate socialization and experiences to help develop each puppy to become a valuable companion and family member. Currently we follow trainer Jerry Hope’s puppy development, imprinting and training exercises outlined in his book “The Breeder’s Guide to Raising Superstar Dogs”. Studies show there are critical periods during a puppy’s development where we can provide neural stimulation exercises beginning as early as 3 days of age. The puppy exercises come from a program called “Bio Sensor” and was developed by the U.S. military’s canine program and found to enhance their overall health. For additional information on critical developmental periods see www.cesarsway.com.
Tatum Fudge/ Clifford Puppies: February 2012
Autumn Dove/ Clifford Puppies, November 2011
Autumn Dove/ Sir Cooper Puppies, December 2010
Tatum Fudge/ Ripley Puppies, December 2010
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