Welcome to Doodle Dogs

Doodle dogs is a small establishment in between Derby and Burton on Trent. We are fully licensed and specialise in breeding...
  • Labradoodles
  • Chocolate and Golden Labradors
  • Cockapoos
  • Jackapoos
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Dogs Paws premier dog boarding facility is now open! Bookings are already being taken, so book early to avoid disapointment during peak holiday dates. Click Derby's premier dog boarding facility for more detail.
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Onsite Dog Grooming
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Why not pamper your pooch and treat him/her to a groom at our onsite grooming service? Or book your dog in for a groom while he/she is staying at Dogs Paws? You could pick up a beautifully groomed dog when you come back from your holidays!

Call Mel on 07840 691196 to arrange your appointment.
Pet Microchipping Service
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We are fully trained and licensed to microchip your precious pets.

For more Information see our
Pet Microchipping page.
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We are real dog lovers and have been breeding puppies for nearly ten years. Each litter has been born in our home and the puppies are handled by our children from a few days old. We breed confident, well socialised puppies who are a joy to own and love. We are NOT a puppy farm and each and every puppy gets lots of individual attention from all family members and visitors.

We provide FREE INSURANCE for the first 4 weeks (via Petplan) and you will also receive a FREE puppy-pack to get you started. If you should have any queries after taking your puppy home we are happy to provide you with FREE advice and support. Your puppy will come full K.C. (Kennel Club) registration where appropriate.

We prefer our customers to come along and visit our home & premises before they buy any puppies from us. So when we have puppies come along and see them and us. If you do fall in love with one of our little guys a deposit will secure it until it is ready to leave us and go to his (or her) new home. More...
A gorgeous pair of Labradoodle puppies
Our aim with breeding is to produce quality, well bred and confident puppies who have a good, solid foundation to their life. As they are always born in our home with myself in attendance, just in case they have problems. They receive oodles of attention from birth and as long as Mum is happy the puppies are handled by lots of people, young and old. We would worry if there were ever a quiet, shy puppy as they are given such a good grounding, I would suspect something was wrong if that ever happened. The Kennel club says expect a death rate of 10% from puppies around birth. We are at 0.1%. Occasionally we have one that just does not thrive. You can be assured that we are as careful as we can be when finding our puppies a new home.

When pricing our puppies we consider many factors including the market at the time and the quality of our puppies coats. We are happy to continue producing Labradoodles and are very proud of the puppies we produce. We feel that we have bred dogs of equal merit to the Australian Labradoodles, but at an affordable price.
Our chosen breeds...
Chocolate Labradoodle (Holly)
My best friend at school had a poodle cross Labrador (Labradoodle) this was in the 1970s Rufus was his name and I remember him as a medium sized ball of black fluff. Then they were called “cross breeds” and seen as an unplanned litter. How things change!
The first known Poodle cross Labrador was in 1955 However, the Labradoodle was first bred deliberately in 1988, when Australian breeder Wally Conron crossed the Labrador Retriever and Standard Poodle at Guide Dogs Victoria. More...
Conron's aim was to combine the low-shedding coat of the Poodle with the gentleness and trainability of the Labrador, and to provide a guide dog suitable for people with allergies to fur and dander.
As we are cross breeding there is little consistency
Labradoodle's hair can be anywhere from wiry to soft, and may be straight, wavy, or curly. Many Labradoodles do shed, although the coat usually sheds less, curly coats significantly so. They have less dog odor than that of a Labrador Retriever.
Like most Labrador Retrievers and Poodles, Labradoodles are generally friendly, energetic and good with families and children. Labradoodles often display an affinity for water and strong swimming ability from their parent breeds.
Like their parent breeds, both of which are amongst the world's most intelligent dog breeds, Labradoodles are very intelligent and quite trainable, often seeking commands and finding pleasure in learning. Labradoodles can be taught to obey verbal or sign language commands, or both
Labradoodle coats are divided into three categories: wool (with tight curls, and similar in appearance to that of a Poodle, but with a softer texture); fleece (soft and free-flowing, with a kinked or wavy appearance); or hair (which can be curly, straight or wavy, but is more similar in texture to a Labrador's coat). Labradoodle's coat colours include chocolate, cafe, parchment, cream, gold, apricot, red, black, silver, chalk, parti colours, (i.e. generally, any colour a Poodle can have). They can be different sizes, depending on the size of poodle used (i.e. toy, miniature or standard).
Chocolate Labrador (Oscar)
What a great breed of dog which has been with us since the 18th century. The kennel Club registered 45,000 last year. They are this countries number one dog and who can blame us.

They are fantastic looking, of manageable size and their character is second to none. Their aim is to please us and be rewarded, be that through food or affection.They thrive very well if clear boundaries are set assuming their needs are met as they are very energetic, especially in the early years and they do love their food. How fantastic it is to see a well trained, not too fat Labrador.

My preference is for Chocolate but I do have a love of Golden and Black too. People do say Chocolate are more energetic and difficult to train but that isn’t my experience.They are very malleable and flexible which makes them great family pets
A lovely Cockerpoo
A truly British dog with its origins in the 14th century and used for the hunting of woodcocks, hence their name. What lovely dogs cocker spaniels are. Very intelligent and laid back they make loyal companions and don’t generally have the high energy demands of some larger breeds. They are a nice manageable size and very easy to train. In cross breeding we hope to achieve a very cute, Low shedding and smaller dog.

Toffee who is proving to be a lovely natured girl will be mated with a lovely apricot cocker spaniel when the time is right. So if you are interested please let us know.