Home Raised. Child Tested. Authentically Australian.
Daisy is our beautiful and amazing foundation girl.
She possesses the legendary Australian Labradoodle temperament with her gentle nature, comical antics, intense need for human contact, keen intuition, and seemingly endless desire to spread happiness to her people. She is calm in our presence, but she runs like the wind when outside playing. Typically quiet and never venturing away from us, she spends her days at my side and she spends her nights sleeping in our daughter Anna’s bedroom.
ALAA Registration: ALAA-033575
ALCA Registration: 289-07112013-001-B
Coat: Cream/Apricot, non-shedding fleece
Weight: 45 lbs
Size: Large Medium
OFA Hips: Prelim Good
OFA Elbows: Normal
OFA Eyes (fka CERF): Normal/Clear
Von Willebrand Disease: Normal/Clear
Progressive Retinal Atrophy: Normal/Clear
w/ Seizures: Normal/Clear
Exercise Induced Collapse: Normal/Clear
Improper Coat (IC): Normal/Clear
It all began when we went looking for a therapy dog for our son. We searched rescue centers, hoping to find a dog who wouldn’t aggravate Noah’s lungs, who didn’t come from an unknown or traumatized background, and who was fit for therapy work and potentially bonding strongly enough to be a seizure alert candidate.
We learned that, as good-intended as that search was, we just weren’t entirely comfortable that the outcome would be what we needed, and that wouldn’t be fair to our children or any otherwise great dog we might adopt. Fast forward a lot of research later, and we came across this intriguing ‘Australian Labradoodle’ breed…a breed that was developed exactly for the qualities we were seeking.
Some quick searching revealed that there were no ALAA or ALCA registered breeders of true Australian Labradoodles in Minnesota, which got us thinking about the opportunity to bring these truly unique and amazing dogs to others in need.
From there, a tiny, family-operated program was born...