Hello! Welcome to Pawsitively Doodles! We are Bailey and Craig McMurray. We are a family of 3 humans and 2 dogs. Our Australian Labradoodle program is located just outside Cardston, Alberta, Canada. Cardston is a stone’s throw from Waterton Lakes National park, as well as Glacier National Park just across the US border. These are two of our favourite places for family outings with our dogs.
I, Bailey, am the main overseer of all things puppy- That isn’t to say that Craig doesn’t do his fair share of puppy poop duty 😉 I grew up on a farm very near to where we live now where my love and tender heart for animals, especially dogs, began. My husband Craig had a slightly different upbringing while living in town where he never had the privilege of having a pet of any kind.
When our friend Cari from Parti Time Labradoodles introduced us to her Australian Labradoodles, it came as no surprise to me that I was immediately drawn to how adorable, soft, and friendly they were. I couldn’t get enough! I knew I needed an Australian Labradoodle from the get go! Craig was an instant Australian Labradoodle lover as well! We started off as a guardian home for Cari and eventually decided to start our own adventure and share these sweet doodles with others.
Our labradoodles are hand whelped and raised in our home with our little family. I am fortunate to be a stay at home mom most of the time. I work casually in Lethbridge as a dental hygienist when i’m not raising puppies. We live in a humble home on an acreage where our puppies have lots of room to play and exercise outside with their litter-mates and mother.
We are excited for what the future holds for your family when you adopt and invest in one of our sweet pups and are PAWSITIVE that you will fall in love with this breed as much as we have.
Our commitment to you is:
- To raise healthy and happy puppies with obedient and loving temperaments.
- To be readily available at your convenience should any question arise leading up to, and after adoption. I can’t claim to be an expert dog trainer, but I do have lots of helpful tips and tricks when it comes to training your puppy!
- To carefully select forever homes for our puppies and never adopt a puppy to someone who will mistreat it.
- To participate in responsible breeding by thoroughly testing our breeding dogs, and the outside studs we use and by never breeding a dog younger than a year old, or older than 6 years old.
- To care for our breeding dogs by feeding our dogs and puppies high quality food, water, and treats, having regular exercise and veterinary care.
- To be completely honest and open about the furry family member you are investing in.