MEET MarleeA Crossfield Doodle Down South Breeder
We love our breeders and we think they are picture “paw”fect!
Our desire at Crossfield Doodles South is to take excellent care of our breeders in order to produce the healthiest and well-tempered puppies we can possibly provide for our customers.
Marlee is our sweet chocolate girl with a touch of white on the chest. She is a very playful girl and especially loves the water! If you wonder where she is . . . just follow the wet footprints! She loves romping with anyone who can run FAST! She loves to be in a lap and has kisses for all! Belly rubs are a must if you are in the mood to give some extra attention. Her rich chocolate coat is super soft and ever so silky as your fingers glide thru.
Marlee is 19 lbs. and 15” at the shoulder, 15” at the hip and 15” from shoulder to hip. When standing erect her head height is 22” with overall length of 26” from head to hip
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“What goes into a Crossfield Doodle?” Let’s start with the cost of owning our girls and boys. Puppies intended for breeding cost double and sometimes triple the purchase price of the same puppy intended as a pet. Purchasing a breeder is one thing, but after we purchase, we test! We have spent much money and time testing our breed fleet so we can make sure we are breeding genetically sound puppies. If you have done much checking around, you know transparent genetic testing is highly recommended and not easily achieved. See for yourself how dedicated we are to this at Pawprint Pedigrees!
If no pedigree is available, we have fully tested either parents or grandparents. These are both breeders produced by us. In these cases where you know parents/grandparents, then you know that a breeder is “Clear by Parentage”.
At Crossfield, we make every effort to continue to educate ourselves on best breeding practice. We use the knowledge we gain from multiple forums, including: 1) years of vet consultations with highly educated, well-practiced vets in our local area who specialize in canine reproductive health, 2) articles published by geneticists from PawPrints which speak specifically to genetic disease and canine reproduction, 3) professional peer dialogue with breeders across many breeds, and 4) independent research.
For more information on Crossfield Doodles’ practices regarding genetic testing and our breeding program, please read the below document.