The Australian Labradoodle, often certified for service and therapy work, is not to be confused with the Aussie-Doodle, Labradoodle, or any other more recently bred and named combination. Named in the country of Australia, where it originated over 30 years ago, the breed was originally developed in pursuit of an allergy-friendly service dog.
Through the careful infusion of not two, but six breeds, each offering specific highly valued inherited traits, the original dream-dogs were born. This resulted in the inheritance of highly coveted traits that were demonstrated in other breeds but rarely found together in one dog.
After multiple generations of breeding, today’s responsibly bred Australian Labradoodle has
While most doodle mixes have been bred for a comparatively short period of time, this long list of desirable traits has been responsibly maintained for multiple generations in the Australian Labradoodle.
This is not your standard doodle-mix, this is the esteemed Multi-Generational Australian Labradoodle. This is a breed that reliably allows owners to expect and trust that their loyal family member will be admired by all.
How have Australian Labradoodle breeders produced such consistently great animals for decades?
Australian Labradoodle breeders prioritize choices that support great health. The integrity of the breeding selection process allows this breed to stand out from other variant breeds that were more recently developed. As poodle-mix dog combinations have understandably grown in popularity due to interest in a non-shedding pet, inconsistencies have developed. Non-regulated breeding without extensive genetic testing or attention to important actions that reduce health risks often pose safety risks, high veterinarian bills, and unnecessary stress for families. This can result in a situation where buyers unexpectedly find themselves with a difficult to manage dog in the home.
Australian Labradoodle breeding is responsibly managed by members of the World Australian Labradoodle Association (WALA). Accredited breeder members of WALA must adhere to rules and guidelines that are designed to protect the health and behavior of what we believe are the best dogs on the planet.
WALA accreditation is reviewed and renewed annually, as reflected on each member’s WALA logo, for ongoing accountability. Members must adhere to bylaws as well as a code of ethics. They also receive extensive support, education, and resources to further ensure the integrity of the breed.
We invest in extensive testing and maintain processes to create GREAT pups, so we can send families home with a healthy puppy who is not just cute but can contribute to your life in more ways than you can even imagine.
Best Life Labradoodles:
Your vision of a perfect puppy most likely has a certain look or personality. We take puppy/family matching very seriously and will consider all of your requests to assist you in finding a dog that will be able to live it’s best life, while contributing to yours for many years to come. You can trust that your priorities are ours.
When a litter of puppies becomes available for selection and is expected to be a match for the requests that you have provided, we will contact matching buyers in the order of which deposits were made. Each buyer will be given 24 hours to respond and choose, and the remaining puppies will be revealed to the next matching buyer on the list. If the puppies available at the time of your selection are not what you were hoping for, you will have the option of waiting for the next litter when an earlier selection of the litter may be available.
“Stork" delivery may available, depending on location, for those unable to pick up their puppy in New Lenox, IL. A $500 fee plus agreed-upon travel expenses will apply. We are sorry but we are unable to transport our pups outside the US.