Countryside Doodles is looking for families that would be a good fit for our Guardianship Program!
What is a Guardianship Program and how does it work?
We sometimes place our potential breeding puppies in what we call "Guardian homes."
We select puppies that we are planning to add to our breeding program and place them in qualified family homes free of charge.
The puppy is raised by the family as their family pet.
Regular dog care is the responsibility of the family. (Food, shots, deworming, heartworm preventive, medical care, grooming, training etc)
We retain all breeding rights and pay for anything breeding related. (Health testing, breeding expenses, delivery expenses, etc.)
If the dog passes all our required health testing and we decide they are accepted in our breeding program, we will contract them.
We contract females for 4 litters. The dog comes to us for breeding, then back to their family, then about 1 week before delivery the dog comes back to us to deliver and is returned to their family once the pups are weaned.
We contract males for 6 Years. The dog comes to us for breeding, usually stay 1 week or use and return if possible.
Once the breeding contract is completed, we will spay/neuter the dog and she/he goes back to the family to live out rest of their life with their loving family.