Doodle breeding is a boutique niche in the dog world specializing in a number of hybrid dogs that have been bred for specific very positive characteristics. High on this list are friendliness, low or non-shedding, and hypoallergenic. While growing up, Jenna’s parents had bred labradors for their own enjoyment rather than as a business. Looking back, Jenna says that it may seem odd, but even as a young girl she was hoping some day to be a dog breeder.
Since Seth has allergies, focusing on Doodles was a natural choice. The couple specializes in Bernedoodles, Golden Doodles, Labradoodles, and Sheepadoodles in a variety of sizes.
The demand for these puppies is very great these days with the appeal for doggie companions increased more than ever during COVID restrictions. And, Christmas is always a great puppy-giving time. Potential puppy owner waiting lists are long, varying between 6-12 months.
Matching a puppy to a potential owner or owners is a serious time consuming activity. Jenna is committed to finding the very best fit in terms of temperament, lifestyle and determination on the part of the owner to provide love and care.
Buying a designer pup is expensive and comes in addition to standard dietary and healthcare costs. Having or making enough time to meet a puppy ‘s needs is a big time decision.
Specific questions that a potential puppy owner may not have considered are those about willingness to provide consistent training, use of specific food supplements and agreement to spay or neuter the pet at a certain age.
The written application is followed by a phone interview with a member of the JennaLee Doodle sales staff. During this process, the JennaLee team assists potential owners in determining the breed, size, coat and characteristics that would be best for their specific family.
Then, a deposit is placed and the wait begins for the perfect litter to arrive.
Gaillard Center Announces Second Theo Von Show
Comedian and podcast host Theo Von has added a second show at the Gaillard Center on Saturday, October 23, 2021...
Gaillard Center Announces “Million Dollar Quartet”
Heather McMahan to Perform at the Gaillard Center
Gaillard Center Announces L.O.L. Surprise! Live
Mitchell Hill Celebrates Photography By Tyler Hill with the Opening of “More Together Than Alone”
Charleston Beer Week Set to Return in October
“Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Stars to Perform at the Music Hall
- Uncategorized5 months ago
Types Of Personal Loans
- Uncategorized1 year ago
Signs Your Third Eye Is Starting To See
- Events11 hours ago
Weekend Buzz: Fun Things To Do In Charleston This Weekend
- Weekend Preview9 hours ago
Charleston Weekend Events
- Food1 week ago
Smoky Oak Taproom Closing After 13 Years on James Island
- Resources8 years ago
- Site Updates3 years ago
HCS Patreon Supporters
- Uncategorized3 weeks ago
Best Live Dealer Games Providers for Non-GamStop Players