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Planned Litters for 2024/25

I decided to open up my 2024 / 2025 litters so families can plan.  Being a reputable fully licensed breeder we are generally booked up very far in advance, whilst this is lovely it can be challenging for families if they are looking for a specific puppy.

 

 We receive enquiries from families looking for a therapy quality puppy.  Whilst I believe all of our puppies have fabulous temperaments, I do prefer families looking for a specific temperament to fit in with their specific requirements to be closer to the top of a list to ensure the best fit for them. 

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I am sure everyone is aware that in a litter of Labradors for example that are being trained to become service dogs only 2 or 3 perhaps in a litter of 10 successfully complete the training and become service dogs.  All the Labradors in that litter will have great temperaments but to be successful in the training the puppy to be an assistant dog they need to undergo training for approximately 18 months and choosing the right puppy is only the first step. 

Here at Ripley's we are so proud that many of our dogs are working therapy dogs and visit schools, hospitals and care homes.  Our very own stud Neo goes to work every day at his local school.  Neo is dad to many of our girls so his bloodline and temperament can continue to make a difference to future families, after all temperament is inherited. 

 

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Lilly

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Barnaby

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Puppies are expected to be born Autumn 2024

 

Lilly & Barnaby puppies are expected to be medium and puppies are expected to be red through to golden red with perhaps some white.  Lilly came to stay a few months ago and she is delightful, her guardians have done a fantastic job, she is clever, sociable and confident and we are really looking forward to her first litter. 

 

Please enquire using our contact form for more information.

Olive

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Barnaby

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Puppies are expected to be Autumn 2024

 

Olive & Barnaby puppies are expected to be medium.  Puppies are expected to be red through to creams with perhaps some white.  Olive is Lucy & Neo's daughter, her temperament is divine, she is a very calm and polite dog and super well trained.  We are really looking forward to her first litter. 

 

Please enquire using our contact form for more information.

Olive

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Barnaby

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Puppies are expected to be Autumn 2024

 

Olive & Barnaby puppies are expected to be medium.  Puppies are expected to be red through to creams with perhaps some white.  Olive is Lucy & Neo's daughter, her temperament is divine, she is a very calm and polite dog and super well trained.  We are really looking forward to her first litter. 

 

Please enquire using our contact form for more information.

Princess Erin

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Barnaby

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Puppies are expected to be born Autumn / Winter 2024

 

Erin & Barnaby puppies are expected to be medium.  Puppies are expected to be red through to creams with perhaps some white.  Erin lives with her guardian family and they have lots of grandchildren.  This will be Erin's first litter so the timings are difficult to predict until she has her season this Spring. 

 

Please enquire using our contact form for more information.

Jess

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Jackson

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Puppies are expected to be born April 2025

 

Jess lives with a retired police sergeant and family, this will be Jess's last litter, she is a wonderful family dog and her previous puppies with Jackson have been gorgeous.   We are planning on using Jackson as her stud again.  Jackson goes to work every day with his family that are swimming teachers, he is undergoing therapy training and he is brilliant with the children sitting patiently by the pool and helping nervous children.

 

Please enquire using our contact form for more information.

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24 hour Live Puppy Cam

Once our puppies are about a week old we have a puppy camera so you can view your puppy and see how your puppy grows and develops.  Animal welfare is a priority and you will be able to see that your puppy has been raised with love and care they deserve.

Our process

  • To reserve a space on a list, please choose the female you prefer and send a copy of your driving licence and a utility bill no older than 3 months and we will send you a request for the non-refundable holding fee £250 to reserve your place on our waiting list.

  • Order of list is in order of deposits received.

  • We have regular open days for people to come visit us and meet our dogs.  Please visit our Meets/Open days page for event information to an open day.  We also arrange puppy meet ups in local areas. 

  • Once puppies are born we call you and let you know your choices of a boy or a girl depending on your place on our list.  Puppies are allocated in order of list and you must choose which sex you prefer at this time. 

  • Puppy pick day is held when puppies are around 6-7 weeks old, we find this is the best time for you to make an informed decision, their personalities are developed by this time.  Puppy pick is done in reserve list order.  We temperament test the puppies beforehand to help you in making your decision.

  • Puppies go home at 8 weeks, with a full puppy pack which includes, food, scent toy, shampoo and a comprehensive guide to help you through the first few weeks.  We also offer a lifetime of support.

  • We sell our Australian Labradoodles for a pet price, this price is for an Australian Labradoodle that has been permanently neutered or spayed before reaching 12 months of age.  Intact or un-neutered and un-spayed dogs reaching over 12 months of age cost more.

We view a deposit as a sign of a customers commitment to us, that they want a Ripley's Labradoodle puppy and have thought long and hard whether getting a puppy is the right choice for them before reserving a place on the waiting list.  We are planning quite far out and once a place has been reserved we do not accept deposits from elsewhere.  The commitment is on both sides.  However I do understand that circumstances change therefore you may choose to switch litters up to two years away for a maximum of 2 litters.  However, if my prices have risen in the meantime, your deposit will be deducted from the higher price.



 

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