Frequently Asked Questions
We breed and specialize in Hypoallergenic Australian Labradoodle Puppies in Spruce Grove, Alberta. Below are some of the most common questions we get asked.
1. What is an Australian Labradoodle?
An Australian Labradoodle is a multi-generational Labradoodle that originated from Australia. They were bred specifically for therapy work and companionship, known for their friendly nature and intelligence.
The Australian Labradoodle is a remarkable breed, derived from a mix of Labrador Retrievers, Poodles, and Cocker Spaniels. One of the standout features of this breed is its hypoallergenic and low-shedding coat, making it an ideal choice for those with allergies. These coats come in various types, including fleece, wool, and hair, each with a distinct texture and curl pattern. Additionally, the breed offers a diverse color palette, ranging from chocolate to cream, and even multi-color mixes.
But the Australian Labradoodle is not just visually appealing; it’s a breed known for its intelligence, social nature, and trainability. Many Australian Labradoodles are trained as therapy or service dogs due to their strong ability to understand and empathize with humans. They are highly social animals that enjoy the company of people and other pets, making them excellent additions to families. Their moderate energy levels mean they are active enough to enjoy playtime and exercise but are also content with quieter moments. If you’re looking for a dog that is not only beautiful but also intelligent, social, and versatile, the Australian Labradoodle may be the perfect choice for you.
2. Where is Down with Doodles located?
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada.
3. How are the puppies at Down with Doodles nurtured?
At Down with Doodles, each puppy is nurtured with utmost care and affection. We believe that dogs have the power to heal hearts and save lives, and we treat each puppy as a hero deserving of our love and care.
4. What is the process for adopting a puppy from Down with Doodles?
The adoption process at Down with Doodles begins with a conversation. After you fill out an application form on our website, we’ll arrange a meeting, either in-person or virtually. During this meeting, we’ll discuss your needs and expectations. If we both agree that a Down with Doodles puppy is a good fit for your home, a $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your place in line for our next litter. Please note that this deposit can be carried over to a future litter if necessary. Once the puppies are born, we’ll work closely with you to match you with the perfect puppy. The remaining steps include final payment and arranging pick-up or delivery of your new family member. For complete details, please refer to our page on adopting a new puppy.
5. What kind of support can I expect after adopting a puppy from Down with Doodles?
After adopting a puppy from Down with Doodles, you can expect ongoing support from us. We’re available to answer any questions you may have and provide guidance on puppy care. We also provide a comprehensive puppy care package that includes information on feeding, training, and health care.
6. How can I visit Down with Doodles or meet the puppies?
We welcome visits to Down with Doodles by appointment. Please contact us to schedule a visit. We also offer virtual meetings for those who are unable to visit in person.
7. What makes Down with Doodles different from other breeders?
Down with Doodles is a family venture that combines our passion for dogs with a meaningful role for our son, Takai, who has Down syndrome. We believe in the therapeutic power of dogs and aim to share this joy with others.
8. Are the puppies at Down with Doodles health checked?
Yes, all puppies at Down with Doodles undergo thorough health checks by a licensed veterinarian. They receive their initial vaccinations and are dewormed before they go to their new homes. We provide all health records to the new owners.
9. How can I prepare my home for a new puppy?
Preparing your home for a new puppy involves puppy-proofing your space, setting up a designated area for your puppy with a bed and toys, and ensuring you have all the necessary supplies, including food, a collar and leash, and grooming tools. We provide a detailed guide to all new owners to help them prepare for their new family member.