Australian Labradoodle - Edyta Gajewska's kennel

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  1. I've been waiting for a page like this. Congratulations, perfectly done - and the most important thing is that I found the topic that interests me.
    I will be checking back regularly.
    Regards

  2. these dogs are cute and loving

  3. Edyta, great website and beautiful dogs. Please let me know when we can arrange some dudley romp. Me and the boys are willing at any time :-)

  4. beautiful dogs!! very professional website, you can see that it is made with passion, BRAVO!!! where and when will dogs be available for purchase???

  5. At last !!! many lovers of the breed have been waiting for these beautiful, unique, hairy dogs to appear at our place, only envy the person who will be the first to buy a puppy :)

  6. Great dogs, I'm very interested. I heard that it will take a long time for puppies. I hope that I will be the first owner of one of them in Poland.

  7. Hello!

    Thank you all for the extremely kind comments. Please visit again as the site is constantly changing. Soon you will find out where in Poland you can meet dudlo, because soon we will have many interesting events in which we will take part.

    WELCOME TO A MEETING WITH AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE!!

    Edyta Gajewska
    Hairy Passion

  8. Hello,

    Really beautiful dogs and a great side :-) The only thing I missed was information for potential buyers that labradoodles are not recognized by the FCI and it is impossible to show them in Poland.

  9. Hello!
    Thank you very much for your comment. In connection with the remark made, I would like to invite you to read the text (breed or mongrel)
    – Australian Labradoodle
    – Breed information
    Purebred or mutt

  10. Hello Miss Edyta,
    beautiful dogs, very nice website, great photos - those from the park in Katowice. Please watch out for exposed kidneys, it's like spring but it's still cold.

    From MK's post, I can see that there is a lot of venom among dog breeders, even those that do not have ronkurecy in the breed.

    Please don't eat it.
    Regards

  11. Hi !
    I wish you both perseverance and patience!!!

    Regards, Jola

  12. Beautiful dogs, I fell in love :) with this breed
    I hope that in the future I will be the owner of such a sweet dog.
    I will visit your website regularly and watch what is happening in the kennel.
    Kind regards
    And good luck
    Madeleine

  13. What beautiful dogs, I have a yorkie but if only puppies of this breed are available, I will get one of course, the york will stay. Regards and I wish you perseverance

  14. a combination of the intelligence of a Labrador and a Poodle ... I've been thinking about it for some time ... and here's a surprise ... such a dog exists. A dog with such opportunities to work, only wish the opportunity to prove himself and a happy dog's life.

  15. Beautiful dog.
    I used to have a royal poodle with herding dog features. Now I have a 13-year-old Rex, a West Siberian Laika. He's a completely different character. His life is coming to an end and sometimes I wondered what would happen next. Now I know. It's a dream breed for me, people not fully operational. Regards.

  16. Great doggy! Congratulations on the idea and I wish you perseverance in action! Best wishes.

  17. Fantastic dogs! I have a beloved Labrador and I love this breed, and here you go ... Something new :) Congratulations on the idea!
    Regards Asia.

  18. Great project!!!! Sincere congratulations for the idea of bringing the breed to Poland and PASSION with which you promote dogs. AND HAIRY pets are simply wonderful. Fingers crossed for you and the dogs.

  19. I'm impressed!!! :)
    Greetings with my dog!
    Justyna S

  20. Edytko ... tomorrow I get up at six and watch you on TV ...

    Good luck fingers crossed!!! :)

  21. the dog is wonderful, I wish I had one!!!!
    like a mascot

  22. I saw a report on Dzien Dobry TVN today. Nice dogs and Edyta is beautiful.

  23. sweet dogs, although for me it makes no difference whether it is a purebred dog or not
    great site
    greetings

  24. Mrs. Edyta,

    Great text, exactly what I had in mind :-) I've been reading about Labradoodles for a long time, mainly on foreign mailing lists about service dogs, pet therapy and assistance dogs - almost only superlatives, of course :-)

    And I wish Mr Krzysztof a little self-control, I'm not a breeder, but m. exhibitor and I know how many people are interested in showing this breed at exhibitions - hence my attention.

    Greetings Italians :-)

  25. great dogs :)

  26. Hello.
    Beautiful dogs. With a mouth like my bitch-poodle ;-)
    I wish all the best to all four-legged friends!!

  27. These puppies are cute!

  28. These dogs are cute!!!
    I fell in love with them right away!!!
    Regards…

  29. Cute dogs..:) I think that everyone would like to have a pet like Carmel :)) GOOD LUCK. PozDRawiam..:=)

  30. Hello
    I was super waiting with my son for such a dog, he is allergic, we can't wait for him to live with us.
    Sincerely, Bozena P

  31. Hello
    I now have a Beagle but when these beautiful dogs will be available to buy, I will buy one right away :)

  32. I watched the program today! You couldn't tell what other breeds they have in their genes, the whole material shows that each dog from the litter should undergo allergen tests, so? we have such dogs and it is not a breed because it is not recognized by the FCI or maybe you have seen this page?http://www.ekokynologia.pl/ as for me, it is not credible, but it is great for making money! Regards

  33. beautiful dogs - when I saw them on TVNie it's normal ahhhh I think I'll get one in the future :-))

  34. Beautiful race!
    I would like to take care of such a dog someday.
    Good luck.
    Kamil.

  35. Hello! Beautiful dogs and also for allergy sufferers, me and my children belong to this group :( but as I see there is hope for me dogs!!! After today's TVN program my child is starting to collect money for a dog :))) )
    good luck! And I keep my fingers crossed for all the dogs, big and small and those not yet born - may they go to good homes.

  36. Hello
    I am enchanted, I am also allergic and at the same time I love dogs. I'm afraid that my daughter (14-months old) will also be allergic and she squeals with joy at the sight of each dog.
    I am happy with the success of creating such a breed and making many people happy.
    I greet and congratulate you with all my heart. Claudia.

  37. Hello!
    Gotta say you are amazing!
    Good luck!
    Joanna

  38. Hello :-) I see that today's TV program did its job ;-)
    I read about the breed almost 11 years ago, after losing a poodle and at the same time the owner of a small labrador. Today, I conduct therapy for handicapped children with the help of labs, but I am very happy that labradoodles have appeared in Poland.
    I wish you a lot of joy with breeding, promoting the breed and therapeutic work :-)
    http://www.azjata_labrador.akcja.pl

  39. Edyta, we congratulate you and wish you further success. We are glad that a bitch from our kennel fell into such hands, unfortunately it does not happen often. We see that you caught the real bug. Great site! We are impressed. Best regards, Dorota and Dariusz

  40. these dogs are amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  41. Andrew :

    a combination of the intelligence of a Labrador and a Poodle ... I've been thinking about it for some time ... and here's a surprise ... such a dog exists. A dog with such opportunities to work, only wish the opportunity to prove himself and a happy dog's life.

    Hello! Thank you for your comment. It does exist, but I would like to make the readers aware that my goal is not to promote crossbreeds (Labrador + Poodle) - genetics should be dealt with by those who know about it. I personally met Beverley Manners from Rutland Manor who shared her experiences and research results with me. I also know that the beginnings of the Australian Labradoodle were not easy. At the very beginning of the creation of the breed - a cross (Labrador + Poodle) was never predictable in terms of temperament, appearance, coat and the fact of "being" friendly to allergy sufferers. It was the years of selective breeding (20 years) that led to what we recognize today as the ASD Australian Labradoodle, to which other lines were introduced (American and English Cocker Spaniel, Irish Water Spaniel, Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier) All introduced for a specific purpose (to eliminate specific defects ), at a specific time and a limited number of times, where time is of the essence. At the moment, efforts are being made in Australia to have the breed recognized by the Australian Kennel Club. It will probably take some time, but everything has a beginning….

  42. Margaret :

    I watched the program today! You couldn't tell what other breeds they have in their genes, the whole material shows that each dog from the litter should undergo allergen tests, so? we have such dogs and it is not a breed because it is not recognized by the FCI or maybe you have seen this page?http://www.ekokynologia.pl/ as for me, it is not credible, but it is great for making money! Regards

    Hello! Thank you very much for your comment. Answering your questions. First of all, in the blood of ASD Australian Labradoodles there are admixtures of blood: English and American Cocker Spaniel, Irish Water Spaniel, Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. These races were introduced for a specific purpose, a specific time and a specific number of times, where time and purposefulness are very important here. Selective breeding (20 years old) was carried out taking into account 3 main assumptions:
    1. The dogs were meant to be excellent working dogs
    2. Maintaining high health standards
    3. Dogs were supposed to be allergy friendly.
    It was the years of selective breeding that led to what we recognize today as the ASD Australian Labradoodle (note - here you should distinguish the Labrador + Poodle cross, it is not the same and I will never promote amateur creation of direct crosses - let's leave the matter of genetics to those who know about it) . I will always invite allergy sufferers and asthmatics to Hairy Pasja, who want to check whether allergic reactions will occur or not. I was skeptical myself before I bought my first bitch. Currently, it is not a breed registered by the FCI, but as far as I know, it is not a closed organization and new breeds are registered to this day, right? At present, in Australia, the ALA (Australian Labradoodle Association) together with the Australian Kennel Club are working on introducing the breed to the register. We have a long way to go however only a handful of genuine breeders (about 30 worldwide. Only these breeders are entitled to use the ASD logo and should be looked for on their website) will retain the ASD genes of the Australian Labradoodle for future generations and only these will be registered by the Associations Kennels in the world. Everything has its beginning ... at this moment, efforts are being made to create an organization associating breeders of ASD Australian Labradoodles in Europe. This organization will impose a very strict code of ethics, which will be mainly focused on: high health standards, the issue of appropriate temperament and the issue of being friendly to allergy sufferers. Please also pay attention to the percentage of inbreeding - in hairy Passion's litters it is a maximum of 2.6%. I encourage you to study the source texts regarding the purposes of creation, usability and the rigorous code of ethics established for the ASD of Australian Labradoodles.

  43. Edytka, I congratulate you on a wonderful Caramel and a professionally made website! The site is very interesting, I will definitely visit it often! You've done a hell of a job! Together with my white boys, we are cheering for you :) Regards!

  44. Dorothy :

    Edyta, we congratulate you and wish you further success. We are glad that a bitch from our kennel fell into such hands, unfortunately it does not happen often. We see that you caught the real bug. Great site! We are impressed. Best regards, Dorota and Dariusz

    It all started with Blanka… I should be thanking YOU!

  45. I'm allergic, I love dogs and I can't imagine a house without them ... this breed is perfect for me ... However, the price brings me down to earth ... Best regards

  46. Hello.
    To be honest, I'm not a supporter of creating new races, since there are so many of them and really everyone has a lot to choose from.
    I have carefully read all the sections on the website, I know that the main assumption of creating a Labradoodle was, among other things, hair that would not cause an allergic reaction of people allergic to the dog ... But what about people who are allergic, for example, to the animal's saliva?
    With all due respect, I think that all this media coverage around your kennel seems to me to be just an advertising gimmick. Any advertising of the breed and presenting it in an idealized way (forgive me, I do not believe that there is such a thing as "the perfect dog") is potentially dangerous for it. Unfortunately, amateurs of easy money will certainly not miss such an opportunity and shelters will soon be filled with labradoodle puppies ... I wish I was wrong, because I believe that no living creature should suffer because of human thoughtlessness or even ruthlessness.

    Please, do not treat what I wrote as an attack on you or the dogs (they are beautiful and probably very smart). I wish you good luck and may your animals' welfare always come first.
    Regards
    Monica

  47. Mrs. Monika
    Thank you for your comment. However, it turns out that you did not read the page thoroughly. I feel sorry for responding to such comments because spending time on what is my passion is more important to me than educating people who, despite extensive sources, prefer to comment before getting to know the topic.
    During the 20 years of selection (among other things, in the direction of being friendly to allergy sufferers), samples of dog hair and saliva were sent to laboratories. Yes, even feces or urine can be allergic, exfoliating epidermis as well (especially a dog that is poorly nourished or its fur is not properly cared for - it is not uncommon to encounter such on walks), but through proper nutrition and care, the amount of exfoliating epidermis can be reduced. I will always invite families who will want to check whether allergic reactions will occur or not to Hairy Passion. I am allergic and asthmatic myself and doctors advised against having a dog. In Australia I was surrounded by 25 ASD Australian Labradoodles and nothing happened. And what the doctors say - YOU CAN'T HAVE A DOG! Only 5 years ago, the same people also told me that parrots do not cause allergies, as a result of which I ended up in the hospital for a week with an asthma attack.
    As for the publicity stunt. I understand that you have no experience with what and how the media reports. Well, recently I found out that I had to give cats - it's just a small substitute (I've never had cats). My marketing campaign will be mainly aimed at making the public aware that the Labrador + Poodle cross is not the same! The first years of work on the breed were hard. I know this from the experiences shared with me by the creator of the breed. In the case of F1, it is difficult to predict whether the coat will sensitize or not, whether there will be genetic defects and what the temperament will be like, and indeed! It was hard to deal with such dogs, which were often huge and hyperactive (I mean a direct cross between a Labrador and a Poodle). The beginnings of this "breed" were, unfortunately, an ordinary lottery. And genetic diseases? By closing ourselves in the trap of genes (crossing only Labradors with a poodle, then their offspring), unfortunately, we can actually make dogs sick. Therefore, the creator of the breed decided to introduce other breeds to the line - only for a specific purpose! I wrote about it on the site too!
    Now please answer the question - does any organization actively prevent the crossbreeding of non-pedigree dogs and selling them at the market? Purebred Huskies, Shepherd Dogs or Dobermans? Is anyone working in this direction? My actions in the near future will be aimed at making the public aware of the importance of buying a dog from a reliable source - ASD Australian Labradoodles - which are not a cross between a Labrador and a poodle (because it's like calling a Beagle a cross between a Basset and an American Foxhound just because of these once they come out!).
    Please also pay attention to the large part of the kennel that deals with the production of dogs and compare with how they are treated and what the dogs of Hairy Pasja do.
    I wish all breeders as much passion or even more than I have!

  48. I do not want my statement to be considered malicious, but I have strong concerns. 10 generations. In farming, it's not much. Each trait is theoretically inherited up to about the seventh generation. I very much doubt that in ten dogs it will be possible to breed dogs genetically uniform enough, not coming from the same lines, to be able to talk about a breed. There will probably be puppies with "unexpected" traits for many generations to come.
    You yourself wrote that a thoroughbred Labradoodle is not the same as a mix of a poodle and a Labrador. However, I am afraid that by so enthusiastically advertising this "breed", if they can be called so grandiosely (a purebred dog, even by the most fuzzy standards, is a dog in which you can determine the pattern and characteristics. After 10 generations, this is rather unlikely) , you encourage various dishonest, profit-seeking people to create such mixtures. Unfortunately, the results of such mixes very rarely end well. I would also advise you to think about what they mean in deeper thought, comments like:

    Renata : What beautiful dogs, I have a yorkie but if only puppies of this breed are available, I will get one of course, the york will stay. Regards and I wish you perseverance

    And do such people really care about the dog itself, or about its other characteristics (for example, seasonal attractiveness)

    Regards, I wish good luck to the dogs.

  49. Miss Eve

    Out of 7,000 ASD Australian Labradoodles from the Rutlands line, only 20 had dysplasia. 20 years of selective breeding using very high health standards (a rigorous ethical code is supervised by organizations created exclusively for ASD Australian Labradoodles) has led to this high rate. However, this indicator applies only to this line - a line that is protected by many organizations in Australia, the USA and now in Europe. Only the elite will keep these genes for future generations.
    ASD Australian Labradoodles from the Rutlands line have a uniform appearance. Also on breeders' websites, you need to pay attention to the ASD logo.
    Hairy Pasja does not promote direct Labrador + Poodle crosses.
    I don't mind the comments either. Before the dogs find owners, a thorough interview with the family is carried out, only after this qualification are decisions made whether the puppy will be given to a specific family or not. Please read on the Internet about the extremely strict ethical codes regarding the ASD of the Australian Labradoodle.
    Please don't worry about the future of our dogs of Hairy Passion - it's our head.

  50. I am very happy that you work so beautifully, that you do what you love so much :) I am impressed. Congratulations. Keep going and ACT!! Hugs to you and this doggy :)

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