Hot Pavement

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on June 27, 2019

Did you know when it is hot outside it can burn your puppy’s paws? When it is hot outside, place your palm on  the pavement and if it is too hot for your hand it is too hot for your puppy’s paw pads. It can burn and crack them and it is difficult to heal their paws when this happens. and sell booties for hard core dog walking enthusiasts to protect their paws. Your puppy will thank you!


Open House

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on June 19, 2019

We will be hosting a Puppies and Pastries on June 29 between 1 -3 pm at our farm in Sheridan, IN.

Would you like to come and meet our dogs and see available puppies? We will have some puppies available to play with and some our family will be on hand to answer any questions you might have. This is a fun time to see if this is the breed for your family and to see if we are the right breeders for you.

RSVPS are required. We will send directions to our farm and instructions to follow to meet our babies. Please send a letter to [email protected] or an application through our website!

Open House!!

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on May 28, 2019

Hello all! We will be hosting an open house on Thursday, May 30th from 6pm-8pm at our home in Sheridan, IN. We will have puppies you can hold and play with to see their coats and playful personalities in person 🙂 We will also have a few full-grown dogs, so you can see an idea of what our dogs can look like at maturity. If you are interested in coming, send us an email at [email protected] . We will provide you with more information and how to find our family farm!

Looking forward to matching you with the next member of your family 🙂

5 Reasons Two Dogs are Better than One

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on March 6, 2019

We all LOVE our furry friends but they can certainly keep us on our toes, and sometimes we feel like we can only handle one. But, we often forget how important canine companionship is for our pets. We decided to advicate for canine companionship by putting together Colonial Village’s top five reasons you need two dogs!

  1. Entertainment Often times our pets can be a lot! Whetehr you’re trying to eat dinner, watch a movie, or rest after a long day, you don’t always have time to play fetch or hide-and-seek. When dogs have a canine companion they always have someone to play with, and with this you don’t feel like you’re neglecting them just to eat your dinner peacefully.
  2. Simple Routine Adding a new member to the family is always easier when they are no tthe first — whether it is a dog, a baby, a child, or even a hamster! When you already allocate a portion of your day to walking, feeding, and playing with your pet, it is easier to adapt to adding another one. Most things dogs can do together, so it’s a minimal amount of work to provide a healthy lifestyle for you pet!
  3. Separation Anxiety We all know the pain of leaving our pet home alone, and having a way to ease that makes every dog mom feel better! While we all worry that leaving pets home in packs will lead to chewed up shoes and couches, it is your responsibility to find a laundry room, basement, or a comfortable yet safe area for them to play and not have much opportunity to create miscief. This will help your pets temperment all around, and help reducae any possible anxiety they feel!
  4. Training Training is so much easier in packs! Just like with children, it is easier to train when there are examples of negative and positive behaviors. When teaching your dogs simple commands sich as sit, they are smart enough to recognize that their brother/sister recieved a treat when they sat down. In turn, this encourages them to get on board and learn alongside!
  5. Double the Love! This one is SO simple! We all know how special our pets make us feel, and it truly is so special to have more and more of that special love. Expanding your canine family will bring more love and happiness to your human and canine family! 🙂


by Colonial Village Labradoodles on February 12, 2019

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