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Teddies Australian Labradoodles

My ethos is to produce and raise happy, healthy, well balanced authentic Australian labradoodles… to then place with sensible, loving people in forever homes.

I am the proud owner of four stunning Australian labradoodles. With their teddy bear coats and good looks, they are real head turners. I expect one or two litters a year and take great care to ensure the health and welfare of my girls is never compromised.

Planned Puppies

All about my dogs environment at home, socialisation training & info on planned litters and essentials.

About Emma

My accidental love affair. How I ended up with my first Australian Labradoodle and a bit about me.

Breed History

A little piece of informative reading. The Australian Labradoodle origins.

About the Breed

Information on the Australian Labradoodles sizes, coat types and the various colour types.

Our Puppies

My girls are fundamentally our pets, they live in our home and are not exposed to any sort of kennel environment. Puppies are born and raised in a central room between our kitchen / family room and lounge, so they really are in the hub of the home.

  • Experience selecting puppies for young children with special needs
  • Born and raised in our home
  • Puppies are handled and socialised with a baby, young child, teenagers and grandparents (very much like the Waltons!)
  • Wormed at 2,4,6 and 8 weeks
  • Veterinary health checked
  • Immunised & mIcrochipped
  • A lifetime of help and advice

Training for special needs

Carol Court founder and Director of the charity – Ability Dogs, based on the Isle of White, has very kindly provided me the below information. I hope, it may be of some benefit to those of you, that are considering an Australian labradoodle, as a therapy / assistance dog.

Three of my puppies have gone to the charity, they have successfully finished their training, earning their jackets and have gone on to work in a school and with children and young adults, whom need their services. I’m extremely proud of the pups and appreciate the hard work of the charity.

A dog really can make a huge difference to the lives of the families they are placed with, for the smallest things that we would take for granted. For example, children with anxiety are able to feel more relaxed going to school, a young adult was able to go into a coffee shop and order a coffee for the first time with his dog by his side… The benefits are endless. The charity rely on donations to continue their fabulous work, so please head over to their website and donate, if you can. Thank you. Ability Dogs 4 Young People

Training therapy dogs advice(click on the image to see the PDF version)

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“He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog.
You are his life, his love, his leader.
He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.”