Breeders of Quality Australian Multi-Gen Labradoodle Puppies

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What do you feed your dogs/puppies?
  A: This is a very important question and we are very convinced of a grain-free, allergy friendly diet. You can read all about the food we use and highly recommend here: Click here to read a full answer.
Q: Do Australian Labradoodles shed?
A: Most Australian Labradoodles have little to no shedding. The main factor in raising puppies that have non-shedding coats is having breeding stock that does not shed. Neither our male or our female Labradoodles, nor Cockapoos used for infusing have shedding coats.
Q: How big do your dogs get?
  A: Our dogs range in size from 12 lb to 40 lb and depending on the parents of the litters your puppy should not grow larger than this.
Q: Is there a difference between a Labradoodle and an Australian Labradoodle?
  A: YES! This question is beautifully answered by the Australian Labradoodle Club of America. Click here to read a full answer.
Q: How many breeding dogs do you own and where do they live?
  A: We believe that owning dogs is a priviledge and not something to be overdone to raise money. Therefore we only have two, sometimes three, dogs living in our home. The other dogs that you see on our parents' page are in our breeding program but live full time in a Guardian Family. This ensures that our dogs are never neglected and that we do not run a kennel.

Q: Where are your puppies raised and how many litters do you have at a time?

  A: Our puppies are raised in our home. We have a room devoted only to our puppies that is right off of the main room of our house. They are with us 24/7 and when they go outside it is right under our watchful eye - in our back yard. We only keep a maximum of 3 litters at a time. If we have more than two on our web-site than we have the other at our hired Guardian Family to care for them while they grow.
Q: What age do you allow your puppies to go home?
  After your puppy has been spayed or neutered at 8 weeks, they are able to travel home about three to four days after this. We try to coordinate shipping dates for each litter, so that the puppies will have the least stressful journey as is possible. Please ask about the shipping dates for a particular litter before commiting to a particular puppy. Picking the puppy up at our location is our first choice if at all possible for you.
Q: Do you have a spay/neuter requirement?
A: We spay or neuter all of our puppies before going home at 8-9 weeks unless being sold as breeding stock.
Q: What are the prices, colors and sizes of your puppies?
A: This is described in full detail on our prices, size & colors page of our web-site.
Q: Do you ship, and what is the cost?
  A: Yes, the cost is $300 in the US for puppies to fly alone. We also offer an exclusive option for our trainer to personally accompany your puppy on the flight for an additional $800+, depending on flight cost. Ask for details.
Q: What is your waiting list policy?
  A: A $400 deposit holds your place on a particular litter's waiting list (one litter). When the puppies are 6-7 weeks of age, we allow people to choose their puppy in the order the deposits were received. It is at this age that we can tell much more about their temperament, coat, and future size, so it is the optimal time to choose which puppy will be forever yours. The deposit is non-refundable.
Q: Can we come and meet your adult dogs and the puppies?
  A: We do allow people on the waiting list (with a deposit) to come and meet the puppies after they have had their shots at 6-7 weeks of age via appointment. We will meet you at a designated end of our home so as to prevent any spreading of parvo-virus near where we raise our puppies before they can be fully vaccinated. You can meet the parents of your litter of puppies if you have arranged so with us beforehand. Sometimes oneor both of the parents will be unavailable if he/she resides in a Guardian Home. We are happy to show off our happy, healthy parents!
Q: Male vs. female; what are the differences?
  A: Read this write up for a full answer.
Blue Ridge Labradoodles specializes in raising healthy and well-adjusted Australian Labradoodle puppies born from qualified and tested breeding stock. We are proud to be able to offer a variety of colors: red, apricot, cream, black, chocolate, red and white parti, and other parti colors, and well as puppies with unique and beautiful white markings. Our puppies are hypo-allergenic, non-shedding Multi-Gen Australian Labradoodle puppies. We serve the entire USA, but are particularly serving the Greenville-Spartanburg, SC area and also serving with occasional delivery to areas within our vicinity such as North Carolina: Asheville, NC; Charlotte, NC; Raleigh-Durham, NC; South Carolina: Columbia, SC; Charleston, SC; Mount Pleasant, SC; Atlanta, Georgia, GA; Tennessee: Knoxville, TN; Chattanooga, TN; Nashville, TN and we offer shipping country-wide. We strive for excellence and customer satisfaction.