Belloui Labradoodles Guardian EOI Form
Guardian dogs are carefully selected from either one of our own litters or from another reputable breeder. They are the pick of the litter in both temperament and coat and will join our breeding program providing they pass all the health and temperament tests required, this is done before they turn one. We don't like to kennel our dogs, so we have them live with a family to help keep that beautiful temperament a 'family' dog has, where they are loved and cherished, as they should be. As a guardian family you would need to be willing to bring the dog to us when they are required for breeding purposes, this could be to our property in Brookfield or to one of our vets in Brisbane, we use QVS (Stafford) for most of our breeding. This will be for progesterone testing, when a female comes into season, for mating (natural or AI) and of course whelping. Our female dogs don't have any more than three litters each and once she has been retired (before five years old) she becomes your forever pet.

Guardian families need to be comfortable having a dog that is not de-sexed living with them, in a fully secure house and yard. This would mean, for a female, she would need to be kept in a very secure area when she comes into season (usually every 6 – 9 months) to prevent unwanted pregnancies, she is also unable to go out for walks and/or to the dog park for this period of time (approx 3 weeks). She would need to come to us or our chosen vet, for mating or AI but can return home to you while she is pregnant (dog pregnancy is approx 63 days), she will require a vet check and ultrasound (at our expense) half way through the pregnancy and an x-ray the week before she is due, both are usually done at QVS. She will return to us a few days before she is due to have her puppies, where she will live with us for the first 5 - 6 weeks of the puppy’s lives. As her guardian family you will need to be comfortable looking for signs and changes as she comes into season, we will teach you what to look for. Our guardian families are encouraged to come and visit her once her pups are a couple of weeks old and share the joy of watching her puppies grow, new mums are usually very protective of their pups and need the initial couple of weeks to bond quietly with their pups. We will send lots photos and videos of mum and bubs while she is in our care, we understand how much our families miss their girls while they are away and try to do what we can to help reassure you she is happy and enjoying her time with us and her babies. For a male guardian dog, he would only be required to leave his family for up to 3 days at a time, however it is usually with only a weeks notice. If we are doing AI, he is required to be dropped off to QVS where he can board overnight and be collected the next day, after the second AI is complete or he can go home in between AI appointments. We do expect our dogs to be well socialised and obedient and for you to keep us informed about the dog while in our program.

As the breeder we are be responsible for all breeding related costs. As a guardian, you are responsible for all other 'wellness' costs i.e. vaccinations, worming, flea and tick treatments, good quality food, training etc. You will also be responsible for grooming and be required to take the guardian puppy to obedience classes. We require all guardian dogs to be crate trained and happy to supply you with information on how to do this. This is something we strongly suggest for all of our puppies, guardian or pet. At six months of age we need them to have a full coat to take photos for our website, however they will require regular brushing and bathing (can be done at home or by a professional ) to keep the coat in a good condition. You can have their ‘points’ professionally groomed to help keep them neat and tidy. Female guardian dogs will need to have a maternity groom 1 – 2 weeks before her puppies are due.

There is an upfront bond of $1,000. The puppy will be micro-chipped, vaccinated and wormed. The $1,000 will be reimbursed to the guardian family once he/she has been retired, (desexed at our expense). If we believe it is in the best interest of the guardian dog to not breed with him or her at all, the bond becomes the cost of the dog and is not reimbursed. We also ask you to commit to a one day puppy development clinic with out preferred trainer for $250, you will learn how to care for your puppy so you can raise them to be well behaved, sociable dogs. This is paid directly to the trainer.

We understand this is a very big commitment, however we have found all of our wonderful guardian families enjoy being a part of our program by helping to improve the breed and bring joy to many more families, while being able to watch the puppies grow. Many keep in contact with the new puppy families and have play dates with mum and/or dad. We also organise puppy play dates for all of our dogs, both guardian and pet.

We are happy to put you in contact with some of our existing guardian families to have a chat if you’d like to talk directly to others that have experienced the process. If you are still unsure after considering the information provided here, reading over our guardian contract and speaking to other guardian families, it may be that a pet puppy will suit you better.
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Have you previously made contact with us? If yes, when and which platform and name did you use if different to the one below. *
Name *
First and last name
Home Address *
Email *
Phone number *
Which Breed/s are you applying for? *
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Size Preference? *
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Gender Preference? *
Do you have a colour preference? We allocate puppies at 6 weeks old based on temperament, the more colours you choose the better your chances of getting a puppy. *
Are you applying for a particular litter? If yes, name of the dam and/or sire *
When are you ready for a puppy to join your family? *
Number of people that will share the house with the dog and ages? *
Do you have other pets and are they de-sexed? Give details: *
Have you previously had a dog in your adult life? Give details: *
Are you currently working? Occupation: *
Full time/part-time (hours?)/ work from home/ home duties/ other (please specify): *
Does a family member have allergies or asthma? *
Do you live in an apartment/ unit/ townhouse/ house/ acreage/ other? *
Own or rent? If you rent, do you have approval to have a dog? *
What kind of yard and fencing do you have? *
Where will your dog spend most of his/her time during the day?Inside/outside/other: please specify *
What plans do you have for your dog when you go away? *
Puppies exposed to a range of new and safe experiences before the age of 16 weeks become well adjusted adult dogs. Do you commit to providing your puppy with a varied range of safe social experiences? *
Do you plan to do any kind of puppy school, obedience or any other forms of training with your puppy? *
How active would you consider your family and how many times a week are you willing to exercise your dog? *
What characteristics are you looking for in your next furbaby? Ie energy levels *
What attracted you to the breed? *
Why would you like to be involved in our breeding program? *
How did you hear about us? *
Do you agree to commit to a one day puppy development clinic for the cost of $250 (paid directly to the trainer by you), where you will learn all about pack order, crate & toilet training, socialising your puppy and how to have a well behaved, calm dog? This will need to be booked to start their next avail workshop before puppy comes home, you will also receive notes so you can start the training before the class. *
Do you agree to continue obedience training with your puppy? *
Do you agree to feed the guardian puppy/dog age appropriate ‘Meals for Mutts’ or Royal Canin dry dog food? This is a high quality dry dog food avail online and in some produce/pet stores. Price will vary depending where you buy them, approx price (online) $35 (small bag) to $140 (20kg bag) for Meals for Mutts 2kg $28 - 8 kg $80 for Royal Canin. It’s very important for all dogs to have good nutrition however breeding dogs need special requirements when it comes time to breeding. *
Do you agree to crate train the guardian dog? We are happy to provide information. *
Are you prepared to pay to register the guardian dog with you local Council every year? Brisbane City Council charge approx $150 for an ‘entire’ female dog. *
Do you understand that once a deposit is paid, if you decide you are no longer interested in a puppy, that the deposit is non-refundable? It is transferable to another litter if there is availability. *
Are you prepared to take the guardian dog to our vet when required for breeding or health testing?
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Would you like Instagram updates? If yes, please let me know your instagram account name.
Would you consider an instagram account for the guardian puppy? *
Do you have any further comments or questions?
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