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To buy a dog from us

If the Australian labradoodle feels like the right breed for you and that you can imagine a new life with a dog for a long time to come, then it's time to familiarize yourself with the breed. We will have visitor days that are posted under news when you are welcome to meet our dogs and us who live on the farm. As there is great demand for the breed, you may have to wait for your puppy, which gives you the advantage that you have time to think about and prepare for your new family member.


The road to a puppy from us

  1.  Come and visit us at a meeting on day or at another time if the day does not suit.

  2.  Write an email where you tell why an Australian Labradoodle would be the right dog for you and what kind of family you are and what you think would fit best in your family.

  3.  We will contact you and ask additional questions to be able to map out your wishes and which dog would fit into your family.

  4.  When everything is ready, you will enter our puppy queue

  5.  When the puppies are 4-6 years old, your family will get to meet the puppies for the first time.

  6. At the age of 7, the puppies are tested according to the puppy culture protocol, after that you will know the result and which puppy will become your family member.

The puppy from birth to move

From the moment the puppies are born, we begin to teach and socialize the puppy. We use Puppy Culture. When the puppy moves to its new family, the work of raising the puppy continues and the responsibility lies with the new owner. There are many dog clubs that arrange puppy courses if you feel you need support and help. The time you spend on your puppy in the first few years will reflect the kind of dog you get as an adult.

It is important to train the dog to stand on the grooming table and to be brushed and have its claws cut.


From the time the puppies are 3 days old until they move, they are carefully handled and they get to explore different materials and substrates. From day 3 - day 16 we use early neurological stimulation. It contributes to synapse development in the puppy's brain. Furthermore, until the puppy moves, it will have had to try many things that will make it ready for life in its new family.

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