Archive for the ‘Labradoodle Products’ Category

Merry Christmas from Manor Lake Australian Labradoodles

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

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We hope you’re having a wonderful holiday season, and want you remind you of some of our wonderful gift opportunities.

We have some gorgeous puppies available. And though we’ll try to get your puppy to you in time for Christmas, we can always get you a picture, collar, and leash to put under the tree. Imagine your loved one’s surprise when they find their home will be welcoming the addition of a delightful new companion.

Already have a puppy? We have puppy packs (which come in three sizes) containing everything you need to get your puppy started off right.

Lastly, make sure you have everything you need to keep your Australian Labradoodle looking its best with one of our grooming kits—you can see the contents HERE.

If you have any questions, make sure to give us a call at (360) 303-0497.

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Manor Lake Puppy Pack!

Monday, September 22nd, 2014

Getting ready for your new puppy and want to get items that your puppy is already used to while saving the hassle of having to go to multiple stores to get everything you need for your puppy.

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Manor Lake now offers puppy packs in three different sizes:

Small:  24″L x 17″W x 20″H

Medium: 30″L x 19″W x 22″H

Medium/Large: 36”L x 22 ½”W x 25”H

There are also two options, one with a collapsible wire crate, and one without.

This puppy pack includes a long list of items that we use here at Manor Lake and recommend to our families with their new puppy. It includes just about everything you need to welcome a new family member into your home. It includes items such as treats, a crate, toys, water dishes, puppy pads, and much more!  It not only saves you money on buying these items as a pack, but it also saves you time that it would take to gather all of these items at separate stores!

For more information on items included and prices, e-mail us at kim@manorlakelabradoodles.com.

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Manor Lake Puppy Pack!

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Getting ready for your new puppy and want to get items that your puppy is already used to while saving the hassle of having to go to multiple stores to get everything you need for your puppy.

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Manor Lake now offers puppy packs in three different sizes:

Small:  24″L x 17″W x 20″H

Medium: 30″L x 19″W x 22″H

Medium/Large: 36”L x 22 ½”W x 25”H

There are also two options, one with a collapsible wire crate, and one without.

This puppy pack includes a long list of items that we use here at Manor Lake and recommend to our families with their new puppy. It includes just about everything you need to welcome a new family member into your home. It includes items such as treats, a crate, toys, water dishes, puppy pads, and much more!  It not only saves you money on buying these items as a pack, but it also saves you time that it would take to gather all of these items at separate stores!

For more information on items included and prices, e-mail us at kim@manorlakelabradoodles.com.

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Manor Lake on Pinterest!

Monday, July 14th, 2014

Have you been following us on Pinterest? Our Pinterest is full of dog safety tips, articles, DIY dog related projects and recipes, pictures of Manor Lake dogs and customer testimonials. Check out our Pinterest boards by clicking the logo below:

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Snuggle Puppy!

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

Why Manor Lake Likes The Snuggle Puppy

SnugglePuppies™, with a new and improved heartbeat, will capture your pet’s heart! All ages of animals love our adorable SnugglePuppie™ because they connect with the “real feel” heart beat and gentle warmth. Remember that children and seniors love to cuddle them too! Heart beat with batteries and two types of heat included.

We like Snuggle puppies at Manor Lake because they can make our Australian Labradoodle puppies more comfortable when they are transitioning to their new homes.  The young puppies really like the heart beat and warmth of the SnugglePuppy, it reminds them of their litter mates and mother and comforts them through this separation.

We carry the Snuggle Puppy in our Manor Lake Dog Boutique, check them out!

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Manor Lake Australian Labradoodles Recommended Books

Friday, May 2nd, 2014
 Below is a list of books we recommend here at Manor Lake Australian Labradoodles, they provide helpful information on how to raise your puppy, maintain good health, and training tips. This is also on our website under “Useful Information”

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Dog Friendly Home

Monday, April 7th, 2014

How adorable is this dog station? We came across this on Pinterest and had to share this adorable home setup that is an easy way to organize all your dog’s treats, bones, toys, and more!dog station

Photo Credit: Sarah Dorio

Source: http://www.hgtv.com/specialty-rooms/inside-verns-dog-friendly-home/pictures/page-3.html?soc=pinterest

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Manor Lake Puppy Pack!

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Getting ready for your new puppy and want to get items that your puppy is already used to while saving the hassle of having to go to multiple stores to get everything you need for your puppy.

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Manor Lake now offers puppy packs in three different sizes:

Small:  24″L x 17″W x 20″H

Medium: 30″L x 19″W x 22″H

Large: 36”L x 22 ½”W x 25”H

There are also two options, one with a collapsible wire crate, and one without.

This puppy pack includes a long list of items that we use here at Manor Lake and recommend to our families with their new puppy. It includes just about everything you need to welcome a new family member into your home. It includes items such as treats, a crate, toys, water dishes, puppy pads, and much more!  It not only saves you money on buying these items as a pack, but it also saves you time that it would take to gather all of these items at separate stores!

For more information on items included and prices, e-mail us at kim@manorlakelabradoodles.com.

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DIY Leash Craft- Modern Dog Magazine

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
As we all know, leashes can be pretty expensive sometimes. If you’re looking for an inexpensive and fun craft for your canine companion, Modern Dog Magazine has a great tutorial! Happy Woof Wednesday!
DIY Ombre Leash
DIY Craft – Dip-Dyed Ombre Leash
Make your own ombre rope leash in a few easy steps
By Capree Kimball

We simply swooned over this DIY dip-dyed leash, so we asked the very cool Capree Kimball, blogger/crafter extraordinaire of dog-milk.com and curbly.com fame, to show us how it’s done. Turns out it’s not as tricky as it looks—a length of rope, some fabric dye and you’ll be the envy of the dog park! Take it away, Capree…

Colourful rope dog leads have been all the rage in the pet accessories world lately—and I am obsessed! But with prices ranging anywhere from $70 to over $150, they’re a little outside most people’s “dog stuff” budgets. If you’d still like to get your paws on a stylish leash for your pooch (in whatever colour your heart desires) without breaking the bank, give this easy DIY rope leash project a whirl!

Many rope leads use traditional nautical splicing and whipping techniques, but today we’re going to employ a bit of a shortcut! (If you want to learn how to splice rope, there are tons of video tutorials on YouTube.) So, are you ready to make your own rope dog leash? Awesome. Pawesome. Here’s what you’ll need!

MATERIALS

  •  2 – 2 1/4 yards of ⅜ thick cotton rope
  • Fabric dye
  • 2 Rope clamps
  • 1 Snap hook
  • Rubber mallet
  • Large cooking pot

HOW-TO

STEP 1 Determine about how long you want your leash to be (anywhere from 4 – 6 feet is pretty standard) and cut it accordingly. Be sure to tape or tie off the ends so your rope doesn’t unravel.

STEP 2 Soak your rope in some warm water. Meanwhile, prepare your dye according to the instructions on the bottle. You won’t need very much! A bottle of RIT Liquid Dye will go a long, long way.

 

STEP 3 Now for the fun part! For an ombré/gradient/dip-dyed effect, quickly dip and remove your rope from the dye. Then re-dip at different heights/levels, until you’re happy with the gradation. Want your rope all one colour? Submerge the whole rope in the dye, stirring constantly until the desired colour is reached.

 

STEP 4 Remove your rope and hang it up (outside or in the garage), dark end at the top, to allow the dye to creep down the rope. You can help it along by squeezing the excess dye/water down the length of the rope.

STEP 5 Once you’re happy with the way the gradient is looking, rinse the rope in cold water until the water runs clear or use some RIT Dye Fixative before you rinse out the rope if you want to super-seal the colour.

 

STEP 6 Allow the rope to dry thoroughly. This may take up to 24 hours.

STEP 7 Now that your rope is dry, it’s time to attach the clamps and snap hook. Decide which end you want to place the hook. Feed the end of the rope through the ring then fold the rope over, creating a small loop.

STEP 8 Place the clamp on a flat surface with the prongs facing up. Lay the base of the rope loop inside the clamp, between the prongs. With a hammer or rubber mallet, hammer all four prongs securely over the rope.

 

STEP 9 On the other end, fold the rope over to create a 6 – 7″ loop (bigger or smaller depending on how big your hands are and what feels comfortable to you). Then repeat step 8.

Now, after you’ve attached the rope clamps, you could call it a day—you have a perfectly functional leash at this point. (Heck, you could skip the dyeing altogether and just attach the clamps and snap hook and—BAM—you’d have a leash.) If you really want to take this project into über-stylish territory though, you’ll want to add some finishing touches and cover those ugly clamps up!

There are multiple ways to cover the clamps: you could wrap them in twine/yarn/string/ leather cording/etc. I chose to use some scrap leather and create a sleeve with some colourful stitching. If you’d like to do the same, get the how-to for the leather finishing here. Then sit back and await the compliments!

– See more at: http://moderndogmagazine.com/articles/diy-craft-dip-dyed-ombre-leash/43720#sthash.t86ySPnu.dpuf – See more at: http://moderndogmagazine.com/articles/diy-craft-dip-dyed-ombre-leash/43720#sthash.t86ySPnu.dpuf – See more at: http://moderndogmagazine.com/articles/diy-craft-dip-dyed-ombre-leash/43720#sthash.t86ySPnu.dpuf

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Manor Lake Puppy Pack and Grooming Package

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

People always ask us the difference between our “Puppy Pack” and our “Grooming Package” so we hope this clears up things a bit:

Puppy Pack: This is basically a starter kit for your new puppy or dog. It comes with all of the items in this picture which includes all items that we use here at Manor Lake such as brushes, toys, treats, food and water dishes, shampoo, puppy pads, and more!

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Grooming Package: Our grooming package has everything you need to take care of your beautiful dog’s coat, ears, eyes, and more! It comes with shampoo, brushes, dematters, detangler, eye wipes, ear cleaner, and more!

For information on either one of these packs, please e-mail us at kim@manorlakelabradoodles.com and we would be happy to answer any questions!

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