Breeding with honesty and integrity
Breeding with honesty and integrity
The Powerful First 12 Weeks That Can Shape Your Puppy's Future,
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Our miniature and medium multi-generational Australian Labradoodle puppies spend the first weeks of their lives in a lush, sunny valley in beautiful Tallebudgera, Gold Coast. When they’re ready to explore the great outdoors, they run and tumble in the sun, explore grass, dirt, sand, water and dozens of other exciting and new experiences. Once they’re done exploring for the day, they are bundled up safely inside with the family to learn how to enchant the household and behave within a home setting.
As with most dog lovers, our love affair with dogs started at a young age. Big ones, small ones, pedigrees, bitsers. They included Poodles and a much-adored Labrador.
In 2016, we said goodbye to our beautiful 'Bailey the Beagle' after 16 wonderful years, so the search for a new pup to join our family began. We stumbled across the Labradoodle and instantly fell for this amazing breed. With all the wonderful traits of both the Poodle and Labrador we were in love – again.
We joined a guardian program and received guardianship of our wonderful Charlie Brown, a multigenerational labradoodle. We watched with interest the depth of affection, care and science that goes into the breeding of these wonderful animals.
When the opportunity arose to raise a litter, we couldn’t wait to start a new and exciting learning curve. After doing this a few times, we knew that we had been caught by the heart, and we bought our first breeding girl - Abby-May.
At Aamberdell Labradoodles, Gold Coast, our aim is to provide well-adjusted, healthy, loving and intelligent companion dogs with an emphasis on the temperament and health (physical and mental) of the mother and puppies. All our parents have been DNA and hip/elbow score tested and have beautiful temperaments.
We are not a puppy farm or kennel. This is a hobby, We do it because we love the breed and want the joy of breeding perfect, healthy little souls to be a loving companion. With one litter at a time, the focus remains on providing exceptional care, quality and attention. This attention to quality care is what you want for your puppy, and what will make a difference in shaping their future.
We follow the Puppy Culture model, an internationally recognised program for making the first weeks of life count and ensuring life-long confident, well adjusted dogs. All puppies are put through a bio-sensory program during the first three weeks and at week seven are temperament tested to ensure they will be happy in the environment they will be placed into at nine weeks old.
Our puppies are given a range of experiences and socialisation with family, extended family, neighbours and friends, dogs, chooks, and a cat, all of which help them to adapt to lives with their new families. They are raised within the home, are loved, cuddled, spoken to - sometimes sung to :), and are included in our lives as much as possible. They have three enclosures - bedroom (their own), outdoor grassed play pen (for sporting activities) and deck area (for late afternoon catch ups and bar-b-ques). They may also (if they’ve been good puppies) be allowed to wander around the house for a short time and chase Charlie Brown, Abby-May and Dora-Belle (Abby-May's sister). The mother is treated as all mothers should be – with love and respect.
Our puppies are multi-generational Australian Labradoodles and come with a pedigree - a record of their lineage.
At three weeks old, if you have placed a deposit on a pup, you will be welcome to visit mum and puppies. When you do visit, make sure that you fall in love with them all because owner/puppy allocations are not made until around seven weeks when the puppy’s temperament will be matched to your needs and situation to ensure a long, loving and happy life together. When they come to you, they will have been health checked, vaccinated, microchipped and most importantly, loved.
Our priority is careful and ethical breeding practices in line with the World Australian Labradoodle Association (WALA), Gold Coast City Council Breeder Code of Practice, clinical advice from our vets, Queensland Veterinary Specialists, and respected advice from our network of breeders, mentors and local animal trainer.
Placement into appropriate, loving and safe homes is our goal.
We know you will love our pups as much as we do.
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