Are Australian Labradoodles good with kids? YUP!
Our boy, Zeus, posed for some cute pictures with baby Coralie!
We like to name our litters by using a theme. We’ve had litters named after Flowers, Cities, Famous Bridges, Herbs, Disney Characters, Sodas, Vehicles, etc.
For our VERY FIRST litter at Labradoodles of the North, we need a theme for naming Piper’s litter. Any suggestions?
Below is a picture of Comet (astronomy theme):
I want to share about the extensive health testing that we do on our breeding dogs. Let’s start with hips. We want our breeding dogs to have tight hips to help limit the possibility that your puppy will have hip dysplasia. We use both OFA and PennHip testing.
Piper’s PennHip score is higher than the 90th percentile meaning her hips are tighter than more than 90% of all labradoodles tested. Yay Piper!