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            Snowywhite Doodles‚Äč

Located in beautiful Campbell River on Vancouver Island, British Columbia

In the beginning

From the beginning of humanity our beloved dog has been evolving to fit into our life styles and to work for us in unlimited possibilities. Early in the 18th century many dogs became a status symbol for the wealthy. Selective breeding over many years-we have made so many changes it is hard to recognize they are all genetically the same- From that day to now the constant pursuit of perfection(in our eyes only) has driven many a purebred to poor health and conformation. For many purebreds, low sloping hips, flat faces contorted structures and a lot of inbreeding with closed gene pools has created many health issues --this has not improved our beloved dog


I have lived with dogs most of my life I love all dogs and breeds Understanding what a dog was breed for may help you decide the right fit for you family-As a young woman I raised huskies for sledding-I love them but I would not live with another one- too hairy and too independent-MY idea of a great dog is one that is eager to please ,eager to train-sheds very litter or not at all and fits comfortably on the couch with you-

So why a doodle

-all dogs muss start with the best breeding stock you can obtain -they all must be health tested. I was so fortunate to have great mentor and I trained for this person for many years and she bred golden doodles. My beautiful standard poodle Daisy I breed to her English Cream Golden Retriever- The puppies were amazing big fluffy white dogs. --hence the name Snowywhite doodles. I was hooked on this type of dog the ability to be eager to please and a gentle nature fun loving. And low shedding was great.

Fifteen years later I am still breeding doodles, but the type of doodle I breed has changed a bit. I have learned a lot but have not changed my ideas about what makes a great dog-except possibly size-

Standards are great for some but as I get older I am compelled to also breed down to a smaller dog .

Most recognized breed consist of many different dog breeds. they were breed for many reason but mostly for working with us doing jobs we could not have done with out them- We would bred dogs with the same abilities together and eventually have a dog that looks very similar to all the other dog in that area- for instance the sight hounds were bred by putting the 2 fastest together as they wanted a dog that could catch prey- 

 My primary focus on breeding is to produce a well balanced,   stable temperament, good structure, good health, low to no shedding family dog- 

to  that end  using like breeds hunting breeds that were breed to make eye contact-and often use an Australian Labradoodle/ or Cockapoo I like the stockiness that they bring and many are also clear of the shedding gene have a fleecy coat rather than the curly coat of a poodle-It can also help reduce the size 

(The Australian Labradoodle is a poodle, Labrador retriever Cocker spaniel and Irish Water Spaniel -they no longer infuse the Labradoodle with Irish Water Spaniel they still use Cockers in them)

All of my dogs are health tested have great genetics and loving temperaments-

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