Great Scott Labradoodle 

Genuine Australian

To be considered as a Guardian Home for one of our breeding dogs, we require that you live within 30 minutes of our home. We live right outside of Kemptville, Ontario.

  • It is necessary that you have physical fencing to provide a safe and secure environment for the Guardian dog/puppy
  • You must own your home
  • The primary care giver must have a schedule that will allow for your dog to not be left alone for extended periods of time.
  • All dogs and pups placed in Guardian Families must be indoor dogs, and never be left outside unattended.
  • Guardian Families must have reliable transportation, and a willingness to bring the Guardian dog/pup to us when needed throughout the year.
  • You must be willing to feed an Ultra Premium Food recommended by Great Scott Labradoodles.
  • No intact male dogs (not neutered) should be residing on the premises to increase a risk of an unwanted mating.
  • Provide regular exercise and socialization
  • You must have a willingness to accept and follow breeders recommendations for the dogs basic health care and veterinarian care, such as vaccine schedules, the use of certain medications, flea and tick prevention, heartworm prevention etc.
  • A willingness to maintain open lines of communications with Great Scott Labradoodles with any matter related to the dog.
  • A willingness to allow us to visit your home and be able to visit my home so the dog and I are familiar to one another.


           Most importantly give all the love, care and attention possible!!

A Guardian Family gets the very best that Great Scott Labradoodles has to offer in the Australian Labradoodle. This means that we choose our breeding stock based on the best qualities that are outlined in our breed standard with temperament of course coming first. Another wonderful benefit to our Guardian Families is that their Guardian dog or puppy will be completely health tested by 2 years of age (some tests may be done as early as 16 weeks of age) at our expense prior to entering our breeding program at no cost to the Guardian Family. Our Guardian Families get to enjoy the excitement of being a part of our breeding program, and seeing the offspring of their very own Guardian dog be placed with families across the country bringing others the same joy and happiness that they have received from their Guardian Dog. 

Guardian families have a “pick of the litter” puppy chosen by the breeder
The dog doesn't need to be re-homed as an adult after retiring
There is no need for the breeder to ever kennel the dogs
The dogs are well socialized and in loving, family environments
Guardian families can schedule trips during whelping without paying for kenneling their pet

We do not just give our Guardian dogs or pups away. The cost of a Guardian Home dog/puppy requires a deposit of $500.00 regardless of the gender, color, or size of the puppy/ dog. When the Guardian puppy/dog has completed its breeding career for us, we will refund the entire deposit back to our Guardian Family as a way of saying “thank you” for participating in our Guardian Home Program. 

Guardian Requirements 

What Is A Guardian?