Labradoodles For Sale

Our Labradoodles are friendly, intelligent, and ready to become a cherished part of your family.

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Step 1: Browse Our Puppies

Start your journey by exploring our available Labradoodles, Goldendoodles, Cockapoos, and trained puppies.

Step 2: Make a Reservation

Once you find your perfect puppy, contact us to request a reservation form – or if you have any questions about choosing between puppies. We can arrange an in-person or virtual visit before you make your decision!

Step 3: Stay Updated

After reserving your puppy, we'll send you regular updates on your puppy's progress and well-being until they are old enough to go home.

Step 4: Personalized Delivery

When it's time for your new puppy to join your family, one of our loving staff members will hand-deliver your puppy anywhere in the 48 contiguous states.

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“Your weekly updates, informative communications, and obvious loving atmosphere is what brought us to you, and is what brought us back when we knew we wanted to add to our family. We were willing to drive much farther since your move, but you even made that a positive and exciting experience. The McWilliams family thanks you!!”

Shawna M.

Betty is such a joy! She’s the sweetest dog we could’ve asked for. She’s such a happy goof and continuously keeps us laughing. We’re so happy with how she’s maturing and her eyes are absolutely beautiful. She’s gotten really good with her commands and is very gentle around all the little dogs in our family, including her sister Pippa who is a Malti

Bentley C.

Whiskey is truly just a huge bundle of joy and has brought so much love and happiness into our home. He loves to play fetch, belly rubs, snuggling, jumping up and down. He has graduated puppy kindergarten and is already excelling in our next training class.

Stephanie G.

Labradoodles for Adoption

Labradoodles are designer dogs, which means they’re crossbreeds, sired by two thoroughbred parents: a poodle and Labrador retriever. They’re a relatively young breed of dog, with a kind and loving nature and tons of energy. Their adorable curly fur and expressive faces make you want to cuddle them — and these little guys love nothing more than a good squish. All this and more makes our labradoodle puppies for sale one the most in-demand in our center.

Children, other dogs and even cats are all friends with Doodles, provided they’re socialized early and trained well. When it comes to teaching them good behavior and tricks, they’re easy to train and love learning. Activity-loving families adore these dogs for their propensity towards sports, and anyone who prefers low-shedding pooch benefits from their wooly or fleecy fur. Labradoodle puppies for sale are so cute and come in such a wide range of colors that it makes choosing your new best friend super-hard!

What is the History of Labradoodle Puppies?

The Labradoodle is an Australian dog breed, first introduced by breeder Wally Conron in 1989. While spearheading the Royal Guide Dogs Association of Australia breeding program, he conducted the crossbreeding of a standard poodle and Labrador retriever in view of it being a hypoallergenic guide dog for blind people. The first example of this type of dog, called Sultan, went to live with a lady in Hawaii, where other breeders saw him as an inspiration and this is how Australian Labradoodle puppies started.

Both the International Australian Labradoodles Association and the Australian Labradoodles Association of America are working hard to incorporate more intergenerational breeding so these dog breeders can register this type of dog as a purebred dog. Its gentle, obedient and intelligent personality combined with a hypoallergenic coat make it ideal for family members with allergies, but it also makes an excellent service or therapy dog.

What is the Lifespan of Labradoodle Puppies?

what is the lifespan of a labradoodle?

When properly taken care of, healthy dogs tend to live anywhere from 10 to 13 years. The lifespan of our Labradoodle puppies for sale is slightly above average at 12 to 14 years. Here are the life stages of multigenerational Australian Labradoodles:

  • Puppyhood: First five months
  • Adolescence: Between five months and two years
  • Adulthood: Between two and three years
  • Middle age: Between seven years and 10 years
  • Senior: Over 10 years

Labradoodles need the most attention and care in the first and last stages of their life. During puppyhood, their minds are highly impressionable, which is ideal for training. During their senior years, Labradoodles are more susceptible to health problems, which means owners need to keep a watchful eye.

How Big do Labradoodle Puppies Get?

how big do labradoodles get?

The size of labradoodle puppies for sale directly relates to the size of their parents and which generation of breed Labradoodle breeders chose. The larger the puppies, the larger the adult dog will be, and the faster their growth will be coming out of the puppy stage.

A standard labradoodle puppy will weigh from 7-12 pounds by the time it reaches two months of age. By a year old, it will have grown dramatically to up to 80 pounds, depending on the size of its parents.

Miniature Labradoodle puppies fall on the smaller and slower-growing end of the spectrum, weighing only around 4-7 pounds by the two-month mark and around 30-45 pounds by the time they’re a year old, again depending on the size of each parent.

Medium Labradoodles occupy a spectrum of sizes between standard and mini Labradoodles, with the specifics depending heavily on the details of the breeding pair that birthed them and the breeding program they come from. You’ll want to learn as many of these details as you can to be able to provide for your puppy’s health as it grows.

How Playful are Labradoodles?

If there’s one thing Labradoodle breeders and owners can agree on, it’s that this dog breed loves to play. They tend to do best in active households where they can work off all that pent-up energy. You can fulfill their needs through the following activities:

  • Walks or jogs: Labradoodles make great walking companions and can even keep up with you during a jog.
  • Playing in the yard: Enjoy a game of fetch with your furry friend in the yard or just let it loose on its own.
  • Dog sports: If you stay active through sports, consider making your labradoodle a part of your routine. Bring it on bike rides, go for a run together or kick a ball around in the yard.
  • Obstacle courses: Set up an obstacle course for your dog using household items.
  • Scavenger hunt: Creating a scavenger hunt for your canine is a great way to exercise its body and brain.

In general, Labradoodles need anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes of exercise a day. You can also enroll them later at a Labradoodle puppy alumni school for proper training.

How Friendly are Labradoodles?

What makes Labradoodles the perfect puppy compare to other dog breeds is their ability to get along with just about anyone. They inherit this trait from their Labrador retriever parent, a breed also known for its outgoing nature. You can trust your labradoodle to form friendships with everyone, from children and older adults to strangers and other puppies.

Thanks to their affectionate, sociable personalities, Labradoodles make great pets for first-time owners, families, or anyone looking for a companion. However, keep in mind that Labradoodles can become overexcited, so it’s a good idea to supervise them with children.

How Intelligent are Labradoodles?

Thanks to their poodle parent breeds, Labradoodles are incredibly intelligent dogs. Their ability to quickly learn and understand commands makes them easy to train — it’s also why Labradoodles are a popular choice for therapy. Because Labradoodles are intelligent, they often crave mental stimulation. To help ensure your pet’s needs are being met, you should do the following:

  • Provide stimulating toys (like puzzles or chew toys)
  • Play games that require thinking (like scavenger hunts or hide and seek)
  • Set up puppy play dates where your pet can interact with other puppies

You can also stimulate your pet’s mind by teaching it new tricks.

How to Groom Labradoodle Puppies?

Our Labradoodle puppies for sale have a variety of coat textures that dog owners enjoy, but in general, their low shedding coat needs brushing at least twice a week. Not only does this keep them tangle-free but it also removes excess debris from their coat, keeping them fresh and hygienic. Regularly trim the hair around their eyes and in between their paws to prevent these problem areas from causing irritation.

Pooches with fleece coats tend to have longer fur and benefit the most from going to a professional groomer — although every dog loves getting pampered once in a while.

How to Feed Labradoodle Puppies?

When you get your new pup, it’ll already be on a feeding schedule. It’s important that you stick to it as closely as possible, using the same food. At Pride and Prejudoodles, we send a can and a bag of the foods we use for free with your hand-delivered bundle of joy. If you need to change it for any reason, it must be done gradually to avoid stomach upsets. In case it does experience problems, it’s best to revert to the original diet and consult with a vet about making any changes.

Older dogs won’t necessarily have a problem with switching food because it’s rare they’ll be fussy about food. As their pet parent, it’s up to you to decide how much to invest in the diet. Just bear in mind that a diet is such a crucial aspect of wellness that feeding them good quality food will add years to their lives compared to opting for low-quality feed.

Any other questions about Labradoodles?

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about our doodles. We are here to help and provide you with all the information you need.

The deposit amount is $808 USD