Below you will find a list of questions we get asked most often. If you don’t find the information you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
While there are many different types of “doodles” out there, we only breed Multigen Australian Labradoodles. We do this because we feel that Multigen Australian Labradoodles offer our families the best choice when looking for a dog that:
- Is an exceptional family dog with a wonderful temperament. I like to say they are “family” dogs. If the family is outside playing in the back yard, they will want to be in the middle of it. But they are just as happy laying on the couch with their head in your lap.
- Is Low to no shedding coats and is a very allergy friendly dog.
- Has a Super friendly disposition that people instantly fall in love with. They are great with kids and other pets.
- Make the best therapy and service dogs because they are highly intelligent, caring, and easily trained.
Fill out our contact form and let us know you are interested in one of our Labradoodles! We will help you choose the litter that is most likely to produce the pup you are looking for. Once you choose a litter, we will have you fill out a puppy application. Then you will pay the $300 deposit fee via paypal. Once we have both of those things, you are all set!
The fee to adopt one of our companion Australian Labradoodle puppies is $2,800-$3500 depending on color and size. We request $300 as a non-refundable deposit to reserve your spot in a specific litter. While the deposit is non-refundable, we want you to get a puppy you are thrilled with. If a litter doesn’t meets your needs you have choose, we will simply move your reservation to the future litter of your choice.
We wish this were possible, but we are unable to do visits of the puppies before they are ready to go to their homes. There are several reasons for this, but the most important is that we take our responsibility to safeguard the health of our puppies very seriously. When they are so young, they are at their most vulnerable and we just can’t take the chance of someone accidentally exposing them to a virus that could do serious harm to them.
For those that reserve a puppy, we send out weekly updates with pictures or videos so that they can see how the litter is developing and they can feel like they have been a part of their early lives.
Do you do early spay/neuter?
No. In consultation with both of our veterinarians, we do not feel that it is in the best interest of the puppies to have them spayed or neutered before they go home. All our puppies are sold on a spay/neuter contract and must be spayed or neutered by the time they are 6 months old.
What sizes are there?
Multigen Australian Labradoodles come in three sizes. Mini (15 to 30 pounds) Medium (30 to 45 pounds) and Standard (45 to 65 pounds) Almost all of our Australian Labradoodle puppies will be mediums, although we do get an occasional small standard.
What is the difference between an F1, F1B, and a Multigen Australian Labradoodle?
F1: The term “F1” means “first generation”. This, in a Labradoodle is when you breed a purebred poodle to purebred Lab. The results tend to be mixed, because this is not the breeding of two dogs that resemble each other. F1 Labradoodles typically are moderate- to low-shedding and have a sparse-hair to fleece coat.
F1B: The “B” refers to a backcross — an F1 Labradoodle, bred (or backcrossed) to a purebred Poodle. Again, the results are mixed, as this is not the breeding of two “like” dogs. F1B Labradoodles typically are low- to non-shedding (or as much as any dog can be non-shedding) and often have a hair or fleece coat.
Australian Labradoodle: The Australian Labradoodle carries the DNA of the Labrador, Poodle, and Cocker Spaniel (American or English). The resulting offspring share characteristics. An Australian Labradoodle can be created by crossing a Poodle to another Australian Labradoodle, a Cockapoo to a Labradoodle, a Labradoodle to a Cocker Spaniel and the like, resulting in the three-breed combination. Australian
Multigen Australian Labradoodle (Multigenerational): A Multigenerational (Multigen) Australian Labradoodle comes about from the breeding of one Australian Labradoodle to another. Multigen Australian Labradoodles typically have a non-shedding coat (as much as a dog can be non-shedding) if both parents are also non shedding.
Do you provide breeding dogs or stud services?
We are happy to provide both of these things for approved breeding programs.
What is the guardian home program?
We strongly desire that all our dogs live in caring and loving homes, and this applies to our breeding dogs as well. This occasionally allows us the ability to give families one of our breeding dogs, free of charge, to live in their home as their cherished pet while still participating in our breeding program.
What products should I get to prepare for my new puppy?
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