My introduction and researching of the labradoodle world commenced through my very first encounter with these amazing, intelligent, hypoallergenic, non-shedding canines in 2008. My husband, Emile and I began raising our first labradoodle, Melbourne, in 2013 and he became an international traveler living more than half of his life on foreign soils and was loved and desired by all patriots and ex-pats. In June 2015, my husband retired from the depleted oil industry and we headed home knowing it was time to do something we loved. My name is Carla Zinser, owner/breeder of Heritage Manor Labradoodles. I have a family of three married children, seven grandchildren and one absolutely beautiful great-grandchild, all whom are huge, passionate dog lovers.
Our Multigenerational Australian Labradoodles are undeniably, well socialized and love children…they don’t have any other choice with our large family. Whether at one of our grandchildren’s baseball or softball game(s), long walks through the parks, romping around in the yard or flopping down for a quick siesta with one of the kids (or adults), our labradoodles are being raised in a loving, caring environment necessary in continuing development of their multigenerational lineage.
We are breeding these wonderful labradoodles for others to experience the same enjoyment, the same loyal companionship we receive each day and that you too may have memorable paw prints etched in your hearts. We are breeding and training these amazingly smart labradoodles to do therapy work for so many people in need.
Our Breeding Program is under the tutelage, care and guidance of Dr. Robert (Hutch) Hutchinson, co-founding member of the Animal Clinic Northview in North Ridgeville, Ohio. He is the Director of the Center for Canine and Feline Reproduction and Infertility, a frozen semen center in Ohio which is one of the most comprehensive facilities for breeding in the world. The Clinic and Staff helps us with the reproductive services we need and any specialty care.
We are proud to be a member of good standing with the ALAA and follow their stringent guidelines of the Australian Labradoodle Association of America code of ethics and breed standards.