|What is a Doodle?
Labradoodle: Labrador Retriever + Standard Poodle*.
Goldendoodle: Golden Retriever + Standard Poodle*.
Doodles have the best of both worlds from the 2 breeds. They have a positive disposition, are smart, affectionate, playful, good with children and other dogs, and loyal to their owners. Labradoodles were originally bred in Australia as guidedogs for people with allergies as some doodles don't shed. Doodles make great companions! and They're everywhere . . .
*or other size poodle - even mini's!
|Colorado Doodle Pictures|
|Silly Doodle Pictures|
|Videos on YouTube
type in Labradoodle or Goldendoodle in the Search Box
|Rosie, Labradoodle, Aspen|
|Tessa, Goldendoodle, Crested Butte|
|Responsible Dog Ownership|
|The 2013 Doodlepalooza date has been set: Saturday, July 20, 2013, from 11:00am - 2:00pm
10th Annual Doodlepalooza Doodle Romp at Bighorn Park in East Vail
click here for details
also go to Facebook and click on Events
|This website is dedicated to sharing information with Doodle owners and prospective doodle lovers about the wonderful world of Labradoodles and Goldendoodles in Colorado. It is a resource for all things doodle!|
|Information on Breeders|
|Breeders in Colorado|
|Bighorn Park in East Vail directions:
From Denver: Westbound I-70 to the East Vail Exit #180. At the exit ramp turn left and go back under the highway.
You will be on Bighorn Road
From Grand Junction/Edwards: Eastbound I-708 to the East Vail Exit #180. At the exit ramp turn right
onto Bighorn Road.
Turn right onto Streamside Circle West (see signs for Bighorn Park). Curve left onto Streamside Circle East.
Turn right onto Meadow Drive. Continue past the Vail Racquet Club condos on your left. You will see
Bighorn Park on your left, park here.
|Doodles available for
rehome or rescue
|Doodles in the News|
|Dog Friendly Places|
|Please do not bring your dog to any events if he or she has not been vaccinated. We do not want to spread diseases that are highly contagious and fatal - including but not limited to: Caninie Distemper, Canine Hepatitis, Canine Parvovirus, Canine Cough, Canine Leptospirosis, Rabies, Ringworm, Heartworm, Fleas, Lice, and Canine Coronavirus.|
|Links: History of the labradoodle
Rutland Manor Labradoodles in Australia
|For information about Doodles or this website, please contact Rosie's mom at email@example.com|