Australian Labradoodle

The first Australian Labradoodles have imported to Finland Late 1990s and In the early 2000s.

Although the breed is not yet officially recognized, it will charm people with their charming appearance and happy, easy temperament.

The breed is allergy-friendly but not completely allergy free. However, many allergies have tolerated ALD surprisingly well.

If you think that this is the breed for you, you are welcome to contact us and tell more about you , your family and dog related plans.
Australian Labradoodle is a cheerful, social and intelligent dog.
They are suitable for many dog activities(rescue, agility, search, tracking, water rescue etc.). They have excellent learning ability which makes them easy to train and with whom it is easy to live.
However, these are not suitable for guard dogs because of their friendly temperament.


Country: Australia

Original use: Guide dog

Current Tasks: Companion dog and hobby dog. Guide / assistant and theraphy

Character: Friendly, gentle, open, cheerful, social.

Breed Group: Not recognized breed. (The dogs are registered in the breed organizations WALA, ALAEU or ALAA.


Miniature: 35-42 cm

Medium: 43-52 cm

Standards: 53-63 cm


Black, apricote, red caramel, cream, chocolate, part, phantom

Coat: Two acceptable coat types: fleece and wool. Coat is trimmed a few times a year. Wash if necessary.

Lifespan: 12-15 years

Health: The same illnesses are possible as in the parent breeds.

The ability to train: Excellent

Desirable conditions: Adapts to different conditions. Not suitable for living outside. Suitable for companion dog and for people who have not had dogs before.

To protect the new breed, the  Worldwide Australian Labradoodle Association, WALA, which we belong to, has also been set up to secure the future of the breed. 


Health guarantee:

We guarantee that our puppies do not have life threatening genetic disorders such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, blindness caused by a genetic disorder, VWB, EIC, DM, IC, the conduct of the Preliminary Inspection and until Puppy reaches 24 months of ageHowever, parasites such as Giardia, Coccidia, and/or other ailments such as ear infections and other bacterial/viral infections are not uncommon no matter how clean and well-kept, because puppies have immature immune systems that are easily stressed and can even be contracted during or after transfer.

If Puppy is found to have a congenital health defect that prevents Puppy from participating in normal daily activities, Seller will offer a replacement Puppy from a future litter at the Seller's earliest reasonable convenience. A written description of the defect, a description of the degree of physical impairment and a copy of the Preliminary Examination must accompany any request for replacement of Puppy. Buyer reserves the right, at Buyer's expense, to have Puppy examined by a veterinarian of Buyer's choosing. In the event that opinions of Buyer's and Seller's veterinarians differ, Buyer agrees that the final determination of the validity of any claim will be made by a veterinarian selected by mutual agreement of the veterinarians who provided opinions to Buyer and Seller. The cost of the deciding opinion will be paid equally by Buyer and Seller.

This guarantee does not include viral illnesses, bacterial illnesses, acquired illness, vaccinosis, allergies, bites, infections, hernias, hypoglycemia, Guardia, Coccidosis, indigestion of foreign objects, ingestion of food or chemicals, or physical injury contracted or incurred following Buyer's receipt of Puppy.