Future Litters

You have come to the best place to find your Mini Australian labradoodle, but you are wondering, should you get a male or female?

Some owners feel a female is more affectionate and easy to train or one is more aggressive than the other.  Truth be told, when it comes to dogs and puppies ther is no superior sex.  The qualities cited above are just the anecdotal observations of many dog owners.  Our experience and that of other Doodle breeders’ experience shows there is no difference in their behavior!  We find our male, Cooper (who lives in our home with us and along with Lucy, as our bed mates) to be so loving, gentle, smart, and so easy going!

We are hopefully expecting Lucy to be ready to have her second litter sometime in late June. We also have not determined who will be the Proud Papa, but once things have been decided we will update everything! I know one thing for sure, is that Lucy has some adorable, beautiful puppies, which will be a great addition to anyone’s home that is in need of some unconditional love.

Ivylane Ragin Cajun "Blaise"

“Blaise” is a wonderful fit for our red and parti Barksdale Australian Multi-Generational Labradoodles.  Blaise is a wonderful red white mix with a full coat and is this Generation of males for “Barksdale’s line of Reds – Bbee.  This guy is a Miniature Multi-Gen Miniature Australian Labradoodle (ALD).  His birthday is 16 February, 2018 and is a stalwart of our Red and Parti Lines. “Blaise” is part of Barksdale’s Guardian Program.

Lucy

We are hopefully expecting Lucy to be ready to have her second litter sometime in late June.