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Victoria Creek Australian Labradoodles


Standard-Sized Multi-Generation Puppies

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Victoria Creek Australian Labradoodles


Standard-Sized Multi-Generation Puppies

 

Adorable Companions

Breeding Australian Labradoodles to the highest standards.

 

As breeders of Standard-Sized Multi-Generation Australian Labradoodles, our goal is to provide adorable, intelligent pets and service dogs.  We are members of the ALAA and are doing our part to develop the breed and to ensure that the traits that make this such a special and lovable dog are preserved and passed down to future generations.  

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Puppies


New Puppies Arrived March 23, 2019

Puppies


New Puppies Arrived March 23, 2019

Penelope Has Puppies!

Penelope is a mommy. Again. Still.

She was bred with Brennan for a second time and her puppies were born on National Puppy Day March 23, 2019.  Our Puppy Application will let us know you are interested.  Once we've reviewed your application, a deposit will hold your place to choose a puppy from this litter.  There are more pictures on our blog and on our Puppies page.

We expect new litters from Penelope and Fiona early in 2020.

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Australian Roots


Our Labradoodles trace their ancestry back to Tegan Park and

Rutland Manor in Australia.

 

 

 

 

Australian Roots


Our Labradoodles trace their ancestry back to Tegan Park and

Rutland Manor in Australia.

 

 

 

 

The first labradoodle was developed in the 1980's in Australia as a means of providing allergy friendly coats on an intelligent service dog.  

With the name "labradoodle" being so popular, some breeders are crossing poodles with labrador retrievers and calling the resulting dogs "labradoodles."  In such crosses it is impossible to know what traits the resulting puppies will have.  They might shed, they might trouble people with allergies, they might be a labrador or a poodle or almost anything in between.  

 

The goal of Multi-Generation Australian Labradoodle breeders is to develop a consistent breed with predictable traits.

By breeding only multi-generation Australian Labradoodles with a lineage that can be traced back to Australia, we are doing our part to perfect and standardize the Australian Labradoodle breed.

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Northwest Dogs


Northwest Dogs


Labradoodles

Australian Labradoodles are a delight to live with.  Many people who are allergic to dogs can have an Australian Labradoodle.  Not only are they intelligent, but they are also very funny.  With their floppy ears, wide-set eyes and wavy or curly coats, they can look like muppets.  When introducing them, we like to tell people that "yes, they are as silly as they look."  They will put on a sudden burst of speed, something Australian Labradoodle owners call "zoomies" which is both fun to watch and helpful in getting them to rest.  While resting they can assume what we call the "attack position" where their bellies are exposed, legs splayed out and tongue hanging out of their head that's lying on the ground.  Australian Labradoodles are in love with the dishwasher.  Anytime we are loading it they will be waiting to inspect everything that goes in. 

We got Matilda in 2014.  One year later we decided that with all three children away at college we should get another Australian Labradoodle and start breeding them.  In 2015 we bought one of Tilly's unaltered little sisters from Pine Lodge Labradoodles.  In mid-2017, we bred Penny with Brennan, another Pine Lodge Labradoodle.  Look at our Labradoodling blog and our Puppies page to see lots and lots of pictures.  There are also links below to our Instagram and Facebook pages.

Our house sits on eight acres in Western Washington between Seattle and Bellingham.  We had horses several years ago, the mare lived to be 37, the gelding we had out of her, 28.  Now the barn is just where we lock the cat up at night. We let the dogs run wild in a large fenced yard when the weather cooperates, take them for long walks when it doesn't and keep them in the house with us the rest of the time.  When the children visit they are all over their poochies, taking them for walks, runs, hikes and bike rides.  And road trips. 

Having had many animals over the years, someone (probably grumpy, maybe dad) declared that there would be no more animals in the house.  We had a barn, a yard and even some woods.  There was plenty of room outside for all the animals anyone could need without having one stink up the house.  That all changed when we got our Australian Labradoodles.  If we wait too long between baths they will eventually smell like grass, which is where they spend most of their time in the summer.  Otherwise you can walk into our house and not know we have dogs unless you see them.  Or hear them.  When you come visit, they'll say hi.

The puppies we sell are registered with the ALAA, come with a two year health guarantee and will be altered before being sent to their forever home with their shots up to date and a veterinarian's checkup.

 

Matilda

Our first Australian Labradoodle. Pet

 Now she’s a city dog with our daughter in Boston.

Tilly at 8 weeks.

Fiona

Penelope's Daughter. Breeding Dog

Victoria Creek Fiona ALAA-062048

Fiona at 7 Weeks.

Fiona at 7 Weeks.

Penelope

Matilda's little sister.  One year younger.  Breeding dog.

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Penny at 8 weeks.

Evie

Penelope’s Daughter. Breeding Dog

Victoria Creek Genevieve ALAA-078557

Evie at Four and a Half Months.

Evie at Four and a Half Months.