About us: We
have been breeding Australian multi-generational puppies since 2001!
Our pups are raised with the above kids, toys and
lot's of playing. By the time you get one of our pups they have
experienced kids, other dogs, cats and even horses. We work with them on
sleeping in a crate, fetching, learning to go potty in certain areas and
exposing them to all kinds of new experiences. We take them on little
nature walks around the house which give them a sense of confidence and they get
to play superman games and baseball with the kids. The young puppy mind is
so open and it's a perfect time to expose them to the world & new experiences so
they can grow up to be the best possible service or family companion.
Since we breed for temperament you will get a puppy who is easy to train and a
one of a kind. Just ask around to other proud doodle owners & we will be
happy to give you references of people with our pups. Pups don't sit
in a row of dog kennels here at our home... Our dogs are raised as family
members... we use a play pen for the puppies but they are in there as rarely as
possible. This is a family hobby we enjoy participating in.
I am a happily engaged single Mom with 3 great
kids (2 boys 1 girl) and our dogs (see our dogs) but no more than 2 breeding dogs live
with us.. the others are in host families & only visit when whelping or
breeding) or when we dog sit. We are now located in NW Vancouver, WA. Vancouver
is about 10 miles North of Portland, Oregon. After losing an awesome dog Cami (a German
Sheppard) in 1999, I began to research dog breeds to find an ideal dog for my
family. I wanted it all-
Easy to train, happy personality, able to relax in the house, good with kids,
no shedding, low maintenance coat and easy to train (very important). It took me awhile but I found
the dog - "The Australian Labradoodle" (not to be confused with the
American 1st crosses also called Labradoodle or Goldendoodle). This dog was not an easy dog to find at
the time (Purchased in 2001) I was looking, but well worth the search and the wait (just short of a year). I was so excited with my find
I wanted to share it. I felt the West Coast could
benefit from service dogs with a non-shed coat for people and family's with
disabilities and allergies. Karen of Canadoodles in Canada was
donating puppies to service dog organizations and in Kali's litter (my first
doodle pup) a male puppy was donated
to Paws with a Cause. We are actively donating dogs to
US/Canada therapy and service organizations. We only wish we could do more and
are currently putting together a business model to provide dogs to families that
are not eligible for service dogs but are still in need.
Each dog we sale enables us to give more. There is nothing better than being able to give back to
our community. It is no surprise these dogs make wonderful service dogs,
as they are so friendly and quiet and intelligent. Of course they were bred for service work
originally and still currently. The first allergy friendly service dog was
bred in Australia in the 1970's.
Buying an Australian labradoodle is like being able to purchase a service dog as your family pet. All our
breeding dogs are
multi-generational with Australian bloodlines. All are bred for coat,
health and temperament. We also have a health guarantee please see that
tab for more info.
Our dogs were on AM Northwest Channel 2 KATU on Monday July 7th
also on KPTV in 2004 news.
If you missed this airing of AM NW, you can click here to
see a streaming video recording. They were
also in the News November 2004: KPTV Fox Channel 12 in Oregon, also a
huge one page article on our local Lake Oswego/West Linn paper.
Dogs are real hams... puppies too. :) Sorry but been off the
TV lately but hope to get more coverage in 2007 with our new service dog
The dogs and horses are my fun
time! Email me for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org