Five Labradoodle puppies came into Toronto Animal Services on the weekend. They were from a breeder who for some reason decided he didn't want them anymore and while it's irresponsible to breed dogs for profit only to dump them, at least these pups are plump, healthy and, for the most part, happy - a change from the puppy mill pups we see too often.
Four of these pups, I can't tell apart other than by the colour of their collars. The fifth one, who might be the runt (I use that term in the nicest way possible because, frankly, the fifth is adorable), looks like he's from another set of parents. There are too many pictures for me to all get processed for one post, so I'll do one puppy a day. This will be Labradoodle puppy week then.
Here's the first. This one is a very stable pup, mature for his age but very sociable with both dogs and people. I suspect this one will be snatched up immediately. For the person who wants a Labradoodle, someone is going to be spectacularly lucky.
For adoption information on this dog and other dogs (and cats and other animals), please visit Toronto Animal Services.