As a provisional member of the Australian Labradoodle Association (ALA), males and females we intend to use for breeding must be DNA tested for specific hereditary conditions before they can be approved for breeding. In an effort to produce strong, healthy offspring, both parents also undergo hip and elbow screening to reduce the likelihood of puppies developing hip or elbow dysplasia. There are no guarantees, of course, but we do our very best.
To support this aim, we have a detailed Puppy Agreement & Health Guarantee that both the Breeder and Purchaser sign off on. A copy of this agreement is available here:
La Maison Thandi
La Maison Thandi was bred by Charmaine Alexander of La Maison Labradoodles in Wagga Wagga. Born in November 2019, Thandi joined our family at ten weeks of age and has delighted us every step of the way. A gentle, bright and affectionate girl, Thandi has been easy to train, loves the company of humans and our other pets (dogs and donkeys), and has a calm, easy going temperament. We are hoping to have a litter from Thandi in the second half of 2021.
La Maison Ode to Rubenesque “Ruby”
La Maison Ode to Rubenesque was bred by Charmaine Alexander of La Maison Labradoodles in Wagga Wagga. Born in December 2020, “Ruby” joined our All Heart Labradoodles family at eight weeks of age. She is laugh-out-loud funny, cheeky and robust, and desperate to be one of the big girls. Ruby is alert, highly intelligent and very social. Ruby will undergo health screening at 12-16 months of age and pending a successful outcome, will enter our breeding program in 2022.