Christmas Labradoodle Puppies For Diabetic Alert Training

//Christmas Labradoodle Puppies For Diabetic Alert Training

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Leia is pregnant with first generation Christmas Labradoodle puppies. She is due to give birth around December 11th. This litter will be raise with the following criteria:

  • Imprinted with diabetic alert scent from one day old (can be imprinted with migraine scent as well)
  • Early neurological stimulation as developed by the US military’s super dog program
  • Environmental enrichment
  • Avidog Early Scent Introduction
  • Open Paws Minimal Mental Health Guidelines for puppies
  • Beginning crate training
  • Beginning potty training
  • Chew toy training
  • Beginning obedience training – sit, watch me, down, walking on a leash, etc
  • Meet at least 100 people prior to going home with owners
  • Vaccines timing based on University of Wisconsin Schultz Lab titer testing
  • Mother fed grass feed meat based diet with additional DHA oil, coconut oil and probiotics
  • Additional info about the litter and how you can get one of these amazing puppies for service work or for your next super duper smart and completely overly qualified pet dog can be obtained by joining the email list. Non refundable $500 deposits (unless we do not have a dog for you), will not be taken until after the Thanksgiving holiday on November 28th. Deposits must be made with a check.



    1. Anne Tschider November 22, 2016 at 12:31 pm

      Hi, can these pups be imprinted to scent epileptic seizures?
      Thank you.

    2. Teri Warren November 22, 2016 at 3:06 pm

      I am interested in one of Leia’s puppies for migraine alert. Can you tell me how much the cost is? You only mention the deposit. I went ahead and joined the email list even though I’m already on it.

    3. Teri Warner November 23, 2016 at 10:47 am

      My 12 year old son has type 1 diabetes. He was diagnosed Christmas 2014. We had Santa visit us while staying at CHOP that Christmas week. What a great Christmas this year could be if Santa can bring our family a diabetes dog! He (& his 2 sisters, ages 8 & 14) have been begging for a dog. We have been looking for one (& following ur emails) since his diagnosis. Can you provide us more information on availability, cost, etc. Thanks!

    4. Michelle Delaney November 28, 2016 at 7:51 am

      Interested very much in the Christmas puppies.

    5. Bruce byrd December 16, 2016 at 1:59 pm

      How much for the diabetic alert labradodle

    6. Peggy January 15, 2017 at 6:24 pm


      I just came across your website and been enthralled with it. I am currently considering adopting a dog in order to train it for hi/low blood sugar events as well as emotional support. While I love labs and doodles, I’m a bit concerned about ending up with a dog who might be physically more than I can handle. Knowing scent training will be so important, I wondered if some type of mid sized terrier or hound breed might be appropriate. Also, if I were to obtain a suitable pup, do you gave in person classes in Seattle? If yes, approximately home much will it cost?

      Thank you for what you do!

      Best Regards,


    7. Danielle S Smith March 31, 2017 at 8:36 am

      Looking for a Diabetic alert dog for my 5 year old type 1 diabetes. Can I please have more information?

    8. Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS April 4, 2017 at 3:57 pm

      I have three 16 week old labradoodle puppies who have only had their socialization training. They will be available in about 3-4 months for approximately $11,000 and will have alert training and at least 75 hours of public access and socialization training. Here are two of the puppies on the big Ferris Wheel at Six Flags on Sunday doing some socialization training.

      If that doesn’t interest you I can add you to the email list to be notified when we will be collecting deposits for our next labradoodle litter which might be due sometime around August 2017.

    9. Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS April 4, 2017 at 4:01 pm

      You can use whatever dog you want to. I just make the suggestions I do because I want my students to be as successful as possible with as little social stigma as possible. Diabetes is an invisible disability. You walk around your community with a non stereotypical breed and you will be subject to tons of discrimination, I never want that for any of my students, infact several of them with incredibly successful alerting dogs have decided once their dogs are in retirement age, they aren’t even going to have another dog because of the stigma. Discrimination is just a sad fact about having a service dog. Ive been training for years and had a service dog since 2005, my last episode of discrimination based on access rights was literally two fridays ago at the bowling alley, and I have a stereotypical breed. 🙁

    10. Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS April 4, 2017 at 4:03 pm


    11. Mary McNeight, CPDT-KA, CCS, BGS April 4, 2017 at 4:04 pm

      This is the page for the imprinted puppies which included the price of them Since there are no more available, you are welcome to contact me about getting on the list for the next litter due sometime in August 2017.

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