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We strive to breed puppies that are non-shedding and allergy friendly.
If you have concerns about allergies in your house please find more information about the labradoodle and allergies on our
Labradoodles and Allergies Information page.
Our puppies have flown all over North America and even to Europe. They can do this easily because we make sure before they set out on their journey they are crate trained and are old enough to travel. Our puppies stay with us until they are 11 weeks of age. They are spayed or neutered and have had two out of the three sets of vaccinations. They receive Bordatella (kennel cough) vaccine if they are older and go to play group. International travelers receive a rabies vaccine. Usually puppies travel more easily than many humans, Jean included.
We have once again bred Lexi and Canadoodles' Joey. Both Lexi and Joey are standard Australian Labradoodles They had wonderful puppies last year and their new family is expected in early April. Please click on Lexi's picture above for more information.
To make sure our labradoodle dogs are of the highest quality we do health testing for both parents. Our Little Button Puppy will lead you to the information about our testing. Our dogs are all registered with the International Labradoodle Association and come with a health guarantee. We stimulate newborn puppies to ensure optimum neurological growth using the Bio Sensor program developed by the US military for their working dogs.
Chico is 1 1/2 tomorrow - where did the time go. He really is the most wonderful little fellow with a great sense of fun, easily making friends with all the dogs & people he meets. Here he is yesterday outside the groomers with his spring cut. Thank you for the best little companion I could ask for. Sadie & Chester certainly produce special puppies.
We have bred Coco and Barnaby who are the parents of Gordie, the beautiful boy in this picture. Puppies should arrive in March For more information please click on Gordie's picture.
We love the Australian Labradoodle for his joyful temperament and wish to make our contribution to the growth and development of this breed.
They have a naturally happy, affectionate temperament but as with a puppy of any breed they require constant attention and socialization in those early weeks to bring our their wonderful potential.
A labradoodle is a sensitive dog and training is easy. We begin the training process here when the puppy is very young.
Our puppies have a head start in life with our individual Head Start Puppy training.They learn to come and sit at our feet for a kibble which is the first step in puppy manners. They learn to follow us outside. They meet 50 different people before they go home so they are used to strangers. They play with children and they learn to sleep in their crate at night.
We are often asked if our puppies are raised in the house or an out building. It is a good and important question. These are Guinivere's puppies last summer. After three weeks of age they come down from the nursery to their new home in the dining room. Dinner parties are relegated to the garage until puppies are old enough to be part of the household.
Welcoming a puppy into your home is a big step. We have found that our Australian Labradoodle families put a great deal of thought and care into their decision. Many families have done extensive research and are interested in the history of the Australian Labradoodle as well as the differences between the different types of Labradoodles. We have tried to provide as much information as we can about how you can prepare for the new arrival and happily bring a puppy into your home.
On our Adopting A Labrdoodle Page We have information about Australian Labradoodle care and easy tips for introducing a Labradoodle Puppy to young children. We have training ideas and a page of online Labradoodle shopping possibilities. We also love to share your Labradoodle stories and pictures.
Our dogs have brought us such amazing joy. Every time we place a dog with a family we relive the happy excitement of the arrival of a new puppy. It is the best!
I have been meaning to write about how much this now 7 month old puppy has enriched my life. I got Lucca when he was five months and spent a couple of months sending numerous emails back and forth to Jean. I really felt I bonded and got to know him through her and her messages and even videos of my little guy. Lucca is a medium black with the most fun loving nature in the world. He is playful and yet gentle, he is frisky and yet calm and he learns faster than any dog I have ever met. I was told to stay away from the Labradoodle Breed, mostly from people who have not researched and learned that these are not a lab with a high strung poodle disposition. The Australian Labradoodle is a wonderful breed of it's own and I feel so lucky to have met Jean on line and now have the very best dog in the world ( a bit biased) They have the most wonderful calm nature and they are very smart. Whenever I take him to some ones place they comment on how good and calm he is and how he is welcome back anytime, even for a sleepover sometimes. :) I have also been taking him to doggy daycare and they love him there. They say he has so much fun and that he gets all the other dogs playing and there isn't a dog there that doesn't like him too. I told a staff member that he just loved going there as he gets so excited on the way in and she said " Well we love having him here" and smiled. We are in the car a lot as we live in the city and he does not make a peep in the car. He is so good. We had a little car sickness issue for a bit if we travel too far , but he seems to have been fine lately. I just wanted to express to anyone checking out this breed that if you are serious about getting one of these Doodles you are making a very good decision. Thank you Jean and LizSherry and Lucca Starr
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