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Guardian Family


Guardian Family


At Angel Coast Labradoodles, we believe every dog deserves to have a home forever as a member of a loving family!


Our guardian program ensures all our breeding dogs a happy life in a permanent home with people who love them. 


Being a guardian family for one or more of our breeder dogs can be an affordable way to have a top-quality dog as a family pet.


Guardian families allow us to be an exceptional breeder of Australian labradoodles without using kennels.  We are thankful and appreciative for the role these families play!

​How it Works


We place "pick of the litter" puppies in their forever homes with select, local families (preferably within 60 miles of Menifee, California) and we retain breeding rights for the first few years. 

Breeding dogs are carefully chosen for their temperament, coat and confirmation



We pay for all breeding-related expenses including health testing. The guardian family is responsible for all routine costs of owning a dog (such as vaccinations, heart-worm, preventative care and grooming).

When the guardian dog's Breeding journey is complete, three or four litters for females or age six, whichever comes first, and around seven years of age for males, the dog will be de-sexed (spayed/neutered) at the expense of Angel Coast Labradoodle, the Guardian Contract is terminated, and the registration and ownership are signed over to the guardian family.

Requirements for Guardian Families

  • Only use approved dog food.  

  • Have a fully fenced yard.

  • Previous dog ownership is preferred, but we will work with families new to dog ownership.

  • Dogs must be trained or taken to an obedience classes.

  • Puppies need to be well socialized with people and other animals.

  • Veterinary care must be provided when needed, and we must be kept informed of any medications your veterinarian has recommended.

  • Do not leave your dog alone for extended periods of time and should never be left outside unattended.

  • We need to be notified as soon as a female begins her heat cycle.

  • Females are not to be around intact males during her cycle.

  • Male dogs are not to breed other females.

  • We will interview prospective Guardians, possibly needing to make a home visit.

  • Guardians must live within the Southern California area and be willing to drive to our location for breeding purposes.

  • Dogs will need to be taken to a specified veterinarian for health and breeding tests.

  • We do ask that guardian families send pictures and updates regularly!

How to Become a Guardian Family


If you are interested in becoming a guardian family, complete the form below and we will reach out to you.

If you have further questions regarding our program, please call (714-906-1413) or email us (

If you send an email and do not see a response within 48 hours, please check your spam. I look forward to speaking with you about our program! 

Thank You, 

Charlene Grace

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