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[singlepic id=285 w=320 h=240 float=left]So… we went to the Doodle Romp in Malibu last August. It was a chance to hang out with a bunch of other doodle freaks and to contribute to a worthy cause.
While we were there we couldn’t believe our luck when we ran into some relatives of Sam and Luke, including beautiful Lilikoi. We had a great time getting to know each other and meeting the related doodles. Paul and Cheryl are lucky Lilikoi’s owners, and they are clearly over the moon for her. It’s easy to see why…she’s a sweet girl and such a beautiful pup!
From Paul: [singlepic id=906 w=320 h=240 float=right]We had never seen or heard of Labradoodles before 2010. All it took was one look at some puppies on a website and we were hypnotized! Continue reading →
What? Luke is 11 months old? How did that happen? OK, well …I’ll just try to keep it together. I don’t understand why this is going by so quickly. Here we are almost a year later, and these dogs are still pretty great. Now that little Lukifer we brought home has turned into a darling, sweet, smiling, bend-in-half-wagging-at-you sweetheart. Everyone loves Luke. He’s adorable. If you want to make this little guy’s day, just say hi.
[singlepic id=896 w=320 h=240 float=left]Holly’s parents, Ron and Toby, are both retired now. They will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary in April. Congratulations, folks! Continue reading →
[singlepic id=862 w=320 h=240 float=left]Going to the beach with Australian Labradoodles is one of the most fun things a person can do. I can’t get enough of it. From what I can tell, the dogs don’t mind it, either. So, I imagine you are ahead of me on this one and have already guessed where we were this weekend. I took a new friend and her beautiful pup for their first trip to Huntington Dog Beach.
[singlepic id=556 w=200 h=120 float=right]Last November, I got to meet Susan and her pup Chloe (that’s Susan with Sam) Continue reading →
I’m busily working on a new way to display the videos (AKA home movies!). And as usual, there is a learning curve to using my new (but fun!) gear. Yesterday’s attempt was to get a time-lapse video of the doodles getting a grooming, beginning to end. Of course there were glitches that completely unhinged the whole thing, not the least of which is that I left the big video card I just got plugged into my computer. Ack. Had to run out and get another one, and of course, the store didn’t have the big one, just one half the size I needed. Undaunted, though. I just trudge ahead and see what I can figure out.
I have two more of these videos that you can see on YouTube. I’m just posting this one because a) I promised it last night, but completely passed out on the couch; and 2) I see that a number of my favorite folks have checked in—presumably to see if I finally posted something. I guess I better get with the program.
What I am trying to do is figure out how to post smaller-sized versions of the videos, so they don’t show up so huge on the posts. I’m also trying to make a page with just the archived videos, too. It’s a project. I’ll let you know how it goes. Or you’ll see it.
In the meantime, you can check this out…and the other two clips of this Day of Beauty. The Doodles could seriously do without it!