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We have three puppies available!
We have beautiful puppies born on August 26th and September 7th, 2016 . The first litter is out of our Sadie Jewel and Bubba. They will be larger to regular size miniatures that will weigh between 20 and 28 pounds when grown. The second litter is out of Bailey and Bubba. All pups will have curly to wavy fleece coats and are from Australian heritage lines with Tegan Park and Rutland Manor bloodlines. All are adorable. These are some of the most excellent pups we have ever had and will be super allergy friendly. They are developing nicely and very social. Come pick your new family member now!
What a beautiful chocolate boy this is! He also has the sweetest easiest going personality you will ever meet!
or how about vanilla? This big guy is just as sweet and just as handsome!
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Yankee Doodles specializes in raising healthy, quality family puppies. We have your new family member ready now in all colors from tiny miniature to medium sizes!
Let us help you choose your perfect pet.
I am a breeder of the pure Australian Labradoodle and was one of the very first to import this dog from Australia in 2001. My dogs have Rutland Manor and Tegan Park in their pedigrees and go back six or seven generations. I did belong to the ALCA but had to separate myself from this club as we do not share the same view on the early spay and neuter that their rules insist breeder members follow. I believe this is harmful to the pup and to the dog as it ages. Therefore I will NOT subject my puppies to this process. I trust my puppy parents or would not let them have one of my dogs and sell under a neuter/spay contract. I have removed the ALCA label from my site. This in no way indicates my dogs are not Australian labradoodle or are inferior to the dogs registered with the ALCA in any way. I do own dogs that could be and that were registered in their club. I just believe the well being of my dogs comes first and if even one pup dies due to early spay and neuter (and they do die) it is too many!