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In our quest for the perfect therapy dog, we discovered this magnificent new breed: the Australian Cobberdog.
They are literally made to serve and their unique features differentiate them from all other dogbreeds.
Now we are destined to put the Australian Cobberdog on the map, as first and only registered belgian breeder.
I'm an MDBA registered breeder, so all our puppy's are officially recognised as pure bred Australian Cobberdogs.
Our prefix - My Dog - stands for top notch therapy and family dogs, selected on character, conformation and coat type.
And of course we'll tell you everything about the Cobberdog's so-called X-factor.
Social, intuitive, soft and gentle,
with a unique will to please.
Soft, wavy fleece, hypoallergenic,
odour free and non shedding.
Healthy, sound and proud,
with a form to function.
A true Cobberdog looks right into your soul and moves like an angel.
It all started in Australia, where Wally Conron, breeding manager of GDAV Guide Dog Services,
searched a way to breed good, anti-allergic assistance dogs. The first Labrador Retriever x Poodle hybrids were a fact. Tegan Park and Rutland Manor played a big role in the development of the Australian Labradoodle as a distinctive breed, with infusions of the English Cocker Spaniel, the American Cocker Spaniel, the Irish Water Spaniel, the Curly Coat Retriever and more recently the Soft Coated Irish Wheaten Terrier.
Cobber is australian slang for a friend or companion; a perfect résumé of what this breed stands for.
Selectively bred on health, trainability, will to please and temperament.
With a particular social, intuïtive and loving character, wrapped in an extremely soft, cuddly, hypo-allergenic coat. What more can you ask?
We happily take time to answer your questions about the Australian Cobberdog and how they would fit in your life as a therapy or family dog. Please leave your message here and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Normally you'll receive an answer within 3 days!
Belgian Australian Cobberdog Breeder.
Belle and Rosie gave birth on
the 4th and the 8th of November.
Katey's hips/elbows/knees are tested
and approved for breeding!
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