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Ch. Bar-None Riding Shotgun

Grand Champion Bar-None Most Wanted



We have a black female puppy  born December 25th, 2014. Our Christmas girl is a high energy dog and needs an active home.  She would love agility.  The sire, Ch. Bar-None Riding Shotgun aka Toby is pictured above, both in show trim and now with his everyday trim.  Toby is a young dog.  This will be his first litter.  He finished his championship as a puppy.  He is very black and personable.  The dam is Ch. Kalan's Who Said What Now aka Ramona.  Ramona is a smaller black poodle, always cooperative and wonderfully athletic. 
We have a litter expected in May. These puppies are expected to be black or blue.   The sire is Grand Champion Bar-None Most Wanted aka Reilly.  Reilly was an accomplished show dog who finished his championship as a puppy.  Reilly is a smaller dog who stand s 24 inches at the shoulder and weighs 50 lbs.  The dam is Avalon's Crowne Jewel.  Jewel is our family pet.  She is very smart and a great problem solver.  Jewel is 23 inches at the shoulder and weighs 45 lbs.  
We are experienced in matching dogs with people. We are proud of our show dogs and beloved companions. If you need a performance dog for obedience, rally or agility, we will find one for you.  Our dogs have also been used as service dogs as a Leader dog for the blind, and as companions for autistic children and adults. 

The parents are OFA certified for normal hips. We have also done routine screening for eye issues, VonWillebrand's Disease and Sebaceous Adenitis.  We offer a 5 year health guarantee.  Please call 608-482-0156 or email to redrock@mhtc.net for details. 

 It is our goal to place our dogs in loving family homes.  Therefore all of our dogs are sold on a spay/neuter contract with limited registration. 

 We will not sell to those who breed mix breeds and believe that  breeding labradoodles and goldendoodles is morally and ethically wrong. I believe that it is  morally wrong because the breeders misrepresent the animal that they are selling, and ethically wrong as there is little in the way of genetic testing or rescue.  Doodle parents are usually the worst representatives of their respective breeds.   The breeders of Doodles are largely puppy mills and the parents live in horrible conditions, ungroomed and without real socialization.  This is particularly a burden on rescue groups when "breeders" close down or the dogs are no longer productive.  Doodles are misrepresented as nonshedding and healthier than the originals. Unfortunately, Golden Retrievers and Labradors can share some of the same health issues as Standard Poodles and of course they all shed.  Worst of all, the temperament of these dogs is nothing like the poodles that I love and treasure.  Doodles continue to fill animal shelters for good reason.


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