2019 Australian Labradoodle

Breed: Labradoodle (Australian)

Updated: 8th Feb 2018


Australian Labradoodle puppies for the end of 2018 into Summer 2019. I am an established and respected home breeder who prioritises health tests, temperament and quality in my small breeding program.  

I have two litters planed for 2019: medium sized (apricot and chocolate colours) and standard size (chocolate only). Both fleece coats, non-shedding. Details of my dogs can be found on Facebook or my website; Northbound Australian Labradoodles. 

My dogs and pups are raised in my home with the very best of food, care and love. 

Puppies leave for new homes with a comprehensive pack, 1st vaccination, micro-chipped, soft toy, free food, training guide, 3 generation certificate, 4 weeks free insurance, puppy contract and most importantly a lifetime of support. 

My parents have undergone extensive health testing for PRA, Vwd, IC, BVA annual eye test, Degenerative Myopathy, EIC, Patellar Luxation, DNA Profiling as well as Hips and Elbow scoring. All certificates can be seen. 

I have been a member of the ALAEU since 2013 (Australian Labradoodle Association Europe) which regulates Australian Labradoodle breeding, insisting on strict health testing, working to a breed standard and good breeding practices. Please see the ALAEu website for information and code of practice. 

New puppy owners can be assured that buying a puppy from me comes with ongoing support and a reassurance that I am using true Australian Labradoodle lines (not 50/50, or mixed with collie or wheaten terrier) and I will never cut corners in terms of my breeding or raising of pups. 

For further questions please contact me on 0161 748 3842 or 07711 950 825 or see my website of Facebook page for further information and pictures. 



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Born on / due:

1st Jan 2019


Labradoodle (Australian)




Breeder Info

Johanne Irons

Website: www.northboundaustralianlabradoodles.com

Tel: 0161 7483842 07711 950825

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