Why Australian Labradoodles?

The first litter of Australian Labradoodle puppies was bred in Australia in 1989 by a man named Wally Conron, who was the breeding manager for the Guide Dog Services in Australia.  A vision impaired woman with a husband who was allergic to dogs had contacted Wally, to see if he could fulfill her request for a service dog.  After numerous breedings between Poodles and Labrador Retrievers, Wally produced a puppy with an allergy friendly coat.  This litter was the official beginning of the Labradoodle breed.  

The general public became interested in these smart and easy to train dogs and their non-shedding, allergy friendly coats have played a huge part in their current success and popularity.  The Australian Labradoodle breed was further developed with the infusion of other breeds into the line such as the American and English Cocker Spaniel to add other desirable traits.  While originally developed in Australia, responsible American breeders are dedicated to the continued development of this wonderful and unique breed.

Multigenerational or "Multigen"  is a puppy with parents who are both Labradoodles.  A multigenerational Australian Labradoodle is a puppy with both parents who are Australian Labradoodles.  These puppies are the result of generations of breeding time and investment.  Low to no-shedding and allergy-friendly.  Doodles of Louisiana breeds Australian Multigens because of the consistent quality of the puppies' coats, appearance, and temperaments.

Labradoodles come in three basic sizes:   

Miniatures are 14”-16” tall and weigh 15-30lbs

Mediums are 17”-20” tall and weigh 30-45lbs

Standards are 21”-24" and weigh 45-65lbs

We only Breed the Mini to Medium size range.

Feel free to schedule an appointment to visit our dogs. You will quickly fall in love and see why we love this breed. These dogs have the most amazing temperament and love everyone they come in contact with. They are very eager to please and therefore are easily trained. They make amazing service dogs.

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