Australian double doodle puppies due



We are due an amazing litter of Australian Double Doodle puppies mid September. We are very excited about this up and coming litter from our Multigeneration Labradoodle and our red F1 Goldendoodle as both dogs are outstanding family pets and are bound to produce some gorgeous puppies. Ellie is a standard size Goldendoodle and is 21 inches to the shoulder, she has a very striking red fleece coat that gets a many admiring glance. She has an outstanding temprement and is a very relaxed and gentle girl, she has lots of patience with my children and is a genuine joy to be around. Bear in a miniature size Multi-generation Labradoodle and is 18 inches to the shoulder, he has a curly fleece coat in a beautiful apricot colour. Bear is such a fantastic boy, everyone who meets him falls in loves with him and wants to take him home. He is kind, gentle and so clever, we are so lucky to have him. He is friends with everyone. We are expecting an array of red and apricot puppies and they should mature to around 18/20 inches in height to the shoulder, puppies should have a wavy/curly, non shedding fleece coat. We do not spay or neuter our puppies as after many in depth discussions with various veterinary experts I feel that the health benefits of waiting far outweigh putting the puppies through this procedure at such a young age. If you are interested in one of our beautiful puppies, please do not hesitate to contact me on [email protected] Our Website should be up and running within the next couple of days, it is currently undergoing maintenance.


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