Reinventing the wheel, over and over again
“Just as a cake is not complete without all of its ingredients, the Australian Labradoodle is not complete without the Irish Soft Coated Wheaten infusion.” Beverley Manners 2011
It seems that those who originally purchased their very expensive, supposed “authentic” Australian Labradoodles from Rutland Manor didn’t realize that they were being duped right from the very beginning. Suddenly Bev Manners want us all to believe that unless you have the Irish Soft Coated Wheaten in your dog you just don’t have an official Australian Labradoodle.
We all know that this is just another ploy to try and make money out of the unsuspecting public. When will Bev come to the realization that she need’s to remarket herself for the umpteenth time because she can no longer sell dogs. It didn’t work the first time Bev tried this in 2004 and it certainly won’t work now. Bev had a very difficult time selling the first infusion back in 2004 and all mention of it soon disappeared from the Rutland Manor web site.
When the owners, breeders and the Associations years ago began to see through all the lies Bev then tried to say that the true Australian Labradoodle needed to be saved because everyone else was trying to destroy it. Bev formed another association and this also fell apart. Bev even tried to change the name to the Australian Service Dog (ASD) but it too went by the way side. Then Bev formed yet another association, ALFA in 2009 saying the following:
The Australian Labradoodle Founders Alliance
(ALFA) was formed in 2009 and is a small and elite global body comprised of a handful of breeders who are truly dedicated to preserving the integrity of the Australian Labradoodle as developed by the founders. You can help to protect the future of the breed by supporting breeder members of ALFA
I wonder if this breeder knows her puppies were sold to a puppy factory ?
Looks like you have duped those breeders too Bev. When is this going to stop? Face it, the world is on to you and there is nowhere to hide, especially behind an Irish Soft Coated Wheaton.
Rutland Manor sold prior to Saturday’s Auction for $500,000.