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Can we come and visit the puppies?
Yes! We encourage you to do so. Generally, we do not allow visitors except on our scheduled open house dates. We create this schedule “open houses”for our families to come and enjoy seeing the puppies from the litter they have a reservation on. We will let our families know this schedule after the puppies are born. If you desire to see our program before buying and want to attend one of these open houses contact us.
What are the different sizes of the Australian Labradoodles?
§ Standards 21”-24”
§ Mediums 17”-20”
§ Miniature 14”-16”
What kinds of coats do Australian Labradoodles have?
They can have curly fleece coats, wavy fleece coats and wool coats. All the pups we produce have non-shedding wavy fleece coat. We specifically chose our studs to keep this trait because this is what we like. Other types or coats are nice too, but honestly is just a matter of taste.
Can you ship the puppy to us?
Yes, fortunately we live near Atlanta and its simple for us to ship the puppy to any major airport in the continental US. Shipping usually runs about $550, this includes the crate and health certificate. This shipping price is not included in the price of the puppy, it’s a separate charge. Please contact us for further information.
Is there a difference in the temperament of a female vs a male puppy once spayed/neutered?
In reality, we get a ton of request for both and at the same time there is not much of difference once they are spayed/neutered. Because this process is done so early in their lives they don’t usually develop their typically hormone driven traits that most of us don’t like. Once they are “fix” both male and female make excellent companions!
What’s included in the price of our puppy?
In the $3,000.00 we included the following
§ The puppy is required to be spay or neutered by 6 months of age.
§ ALCA litter registry
§ 5-7th generation pedigree
§ Current vaccinations and de-worming
§ 2 year genetic health guarantee
§ A lifetime of continued support
Are all Labradoodles non-shedding?
Here is the trick, all labradoodles are NOT non-shedding however, most Australian Labradoodles are non-shedding. Unlike the goldendoodles and the plain labradoodles, Australian labradoodles have a pool of multiple generations on the non-shedding trait which makes their genes stable which is not the case with goldendoodles and Labradoodles. If you come across a breeder that says they can guarantee the non-shedding trait, this better be backed by several generations of pure-bred Multigenerational Australian Labradoodles breeding documented in a registered pedigree from an third party association.
What colors do Australian labradoodles come in?
There are many colors: black, chocolate, cream, apricot, caramel, red, parti, gold, parchment, phantom, silver and etc. Some and most coats have highlights. The noses are rose and black.
What should I feed my puppy?
I include in our Signature Bestland puppy Layette, Life Abundance puppy food to get you started. That’s what the puppies will be eating by the time they go homein my opinion it is a great product to feed your companion. They make all natural dog food with not chicken or poultry by product meals (which is not the same as chicken food) No artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, no corn, wheat or soy which can cause allergies to some dogs. Its just an all around good food considering that your dog will be eating it day-in and day-out. We will give you all the info you need if you decide to keep this diet
Is the Australian Labradoodle good for families with small children or children with special needs?
Yes, they are the best dogs! Actually we chose this breed because of how good they are with special needs individuals. Our oldest daughter has cerebral palsy, we looked for years before we found the best companion for her. This was the breed for us. We also have 2 small children and have never had a problem of aggression or hostility. While these dogs are very loyal, they are not possessive over the owner like other breeds are, in those cases you can’t even approach the pet’s owner without getting a nice hefty warning the Australian labradoodles are super sweet, loyal, intelligent and so willing to please!
Are they friendly with other dogs or pets?
In my experience, they are very friendly with other animals, dogs, cats, birds, you name it. Because they are not aggressive, they can leave in peace with other household pets.
Do they require a lot of training?
Because they are so smart they train easily. I am a firm believer that dog training is for the owner, more than for the dog. Truly, once you have the knowledge of how to approach or teach the dog how to do something you just need to practice. They respond very well with treats and that’s the reason why I include them and our Signature Bestland puppy Layette, along with the training book. I personally used this book and love the results its worked great for me.
Do they, need a lot of exercise?
No they don’t. They do need to have some physical activity like going for a walk or running around the yard. They are not typically hyper dogs but then again, don’t leave them in their cage for long periods of time and then expect them not to have some stored energy.
Where are you located?
We live east of Atlanta in Monroe. If you live in the states nearby you can pick up or pay us to meet you. Please call us for more information.