Our beautiful girl, Chestnut Hill's Jemma, ALAA-068536 Delivered May puppies!
What Is The Process?
Step 1: Complete the Puppy Application: Help us understand your needs and wants
Step 2: Schedule a call to answer questions about our program and puppy availability
Step 3: ** After you have been approved, pay your reservation fee to reserve your puppy
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for 2022 litters
May and November Puppies
FOREVER FRIENDS LABRADOODLES
It is our joy to help you find your furry Forever Friend!
Welcome to Forever Friends Labradoodles. Our main goal is to always maintain the highest level of integrity when it comes to breeding Australian Labradoodles and in our relationships with those people who choose to make our dogs part of their families. Our puppies are raised in our home with our family until they become part of yours and you become part of ours.
A Bit about Australian Labradoodles
The carefully bred, low- to no-shedding coat of an Australian Labradoodle makes them an allergy-friendly dog, but no dog is truly hypoallergenic. Australian Labradoodles are not the same as other “doodles.”
Currently there are 3 size ranges of the breeds, defined by measuring from the ground to the wither, the highest point on the dog’s shoulder blades.
Miniature: Between 14 and 16 inches (35 to 42 centimeters).
Medium range: Between 17 and 20 inches (43 to 52 centimeters).
Standard range: Between 21 and 24 inches (53 to 63 centimeters).
F1: The “F” stands for “filial generation”. “F1” means “first generation” and is a common scientific term. This, in the Labradoodle breed, is the coding for first-cross, purebred Poodle to purebred Labrador Retriever. The results are mixed, as this is not the breeding of two “like” dogs, or dogs that resemble each other. F1 Labradoodles typically are moderate- to low- shedding and have a sparse-hair to fleece coat.
F1B: The additional “B” refers to backcross — an F1 Labradoodle, as defined above, bred (or backcrossed) to a purebred Poodle. Again, the results are mixed, as this is not the breeding of two “like” dogs. F1B Labradoodles typically are low- to non-shedding if both parents non-shedding (or as much as any dog can be non-shedding) and often have a hair or fleece coat.
Australian Labradoodle: The Australian Labradoodle carries the DNA of the Labrador, Poodle and Cocker Spaniel (American or English). The resulting offspring share characteristics, though some pairings of parent dogs will produce a more mixed litter. An Australian Labradoodle can be created by crossing a Poodle to another Australian Labradoodle, a Cockapoo to a Labradoodle, a Labradoodle to a Cocker Spaniel and the like, resulting in the three-breed combination. Australian Labradoodles and Multigen Australian Labradoodles typically have a non-shedding coat (again, as much as any dog can be non-shedding) if both parents are non-shedding.
Australian Labradoodles are fun and active dogs that require daily exercise. This can be anything from simple morning and evening walks or a creative obstacle course, as Australian Labradoodles excel at agility training.
Australian Labradoodles need to be groomed regularly, to prevent its coat from becoming tangled and matted. They are low odor and should be low- to no-shedding.
*** information taken from the Australian Labradoodle Association of America website.