MackIntosh Toffee and Chocolate Explosion have honeymooned! This will be our Major League Baseball Litter, due November 6! We still have room in this litter! Send in your Adoption Application Form today!
We are currently accepting deposits on our Major League Baseball Litter (regular to large standards from MackIntosh Toffee and Chocolate Explosion), and our Muppets & Fraggles Litter (Mediums and Small Standards from Sugarbaker and King Louie). Spaces are filling up so, if you have decided that this is your year to add one of our Wonderful Woofies to your family, please get in touch. For news of other planned breedings, please see our 'Future Litters' page.
So in love! So much to look forward to!
What does this mean to you? This means that all the things you should be concerned about when looking for an Australian Labradoodle puppy have already been required and verified by the Australian Labradoodle Association of America. Our Australian Labradoodle dogs must meet or exceed strict requirements for health testing and you can rest assured that we are doing everything possible to breed the healthiest Australian Labradoodle puppies possible. The health warranty/contract provided to families has been reviewed and approved by the ALAA and must be honored, if it ever becomes necessary, and all litters and puppies must be registered and appropriate pedigree information provided to families. Being an ALAA registered Australian Labradoodle breeder means that you can be certain that we are responsible and accountable to an organization that has very strict guidelines and requirements in place that protect you as a buyer.
You read that right! All breeders, even among one breed, even among one breed club, are not created equal, and finding a good one takes a lot of research and time. Buying a puppy should never be done on impulse or purchased as a gift for an unknowing party, and a good breeder would never let you buy on an impulse or buy as a surprise for another party. If breeders are not breeding for the right reasons, if they are not breeding fully health tested stock (what good is it to only do a couple of tests on a breed that is known to be susceptible to 4 or 6 testable disorders), if they are not putting a ton of work into the puppies they are producing, if they don’t stay on top of new research and new data, are not always looking for better ways to do something, you should not be buying a puppy from them. Breeders who are only part way invested in their breeding program, can and do offer puppies more cheaply, but ask yourself, what are you really getting in the end?