Labradodles for sale in Southern California
If you're on this site, then you must have a heart that extends towards our animal companions. When visiting the puppies at our ranch, you will meet one of our beloved family members who means the world to our family and is one of the most amazing animals I have ever been around. He is a pitbull.
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We are a family of 4... My fiance and I have 2 children, ages 18 and 12. We own multiple dogs, 2 pigs and a duck. Our home opens up for homeless animals on a regular basis and we are always ready to help pair your family with a loving family companion!
We try to provide a good breeding program, using dogs who show good traits as well as good temperaments to make amazing puppies who will be low- no shed. We know how important it is to have that loving companion in your home and bed with you through out the day and night and we strive to make the maintenance easier. Our dogs are combined to create large breed, loving companions who can be inside w/o causing an allergic reaction to yourself or others and who make life a bit easier simply due to their hair. As a mother of 2 children and mom to a bunch of our critters... we know every bit helps!
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Here at KD Ranch, we believe in helping those in need. We are unable to foster dogs and / or puppies at this time as we never want to jeopardize the health of our own puppies in our program. So... we decided to open the ranch to other "misfit" animals that need help. Duncan, the duck, and Ozzy, the pig, are both rescues here at the ranch. Duncan will live out his days here and Ozzy is looking for a loving home. Please contact us if you're able to provide a loving home for Ozzy (our deaf foster pig).
Our foster program!
All of our puppies are born inside our home and raised inside our puppy nursery. While we provide plenty of outside playtime for the puppies (and our adult dogs), none of our animals are expected to sleep outside. As soon as the sun goes down, our animals are all put away into their indoor enclosures due to weather conditions and safety from wild animals that live around our acreage.