australian labradoodle breeder
Ellie's pups will be chocolate in color. Because they are F1 pups they will be 50% Lab and 50% Poodle. The hypoallergenic / non shedding attributes come from the Poodle. This breeding being 50/50 will have reduction in shedding when compared to a lab. This is a good breeding but not the best breeding if allergies/shedding is the primary concern. The coat will be more wiry, the trade off being less maintenance and care going into the coat. These will be great, active dogs that will be small medium to miniature Labradoodle puppies. I would expect to weigh about 20-35lbs full grown give or take a little either way.
pups with ellie and gus 07/23/2018
Izzy is a Multigenerational Australian Labradoodle. She had her first heat cycle in January. I am looking forward to breeding her with Jax when she goes into her next cycle, which I hope to be in August 2018 or possibly a little later in the year. This will give us small medium miniature Australian Labradoodle puppies. I can't wait!
Izzy and Jax are both multigenerational Australian Labradoodles. These pups are both young and in training. Muggins is pretty much full grown and weighs about 18 pounds. These pups both carry e /e for colors which carries red / yellow so there is the potential for a variety of shades and colors from the pairing of these two pups. It will be late winter 2018/2019 before I will have pups with this sire and dam. These will be excellent miniature Australian Labradoodle puppies