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Our Australian Labradoodle Stud in Texas

Australian Labradoodle Association of America:
Breeder registration number for Texas Labradoodles: ALAA-000910-1006

Our Girls


  1. labradoodle Dotty
    Killara Ridge Dotty
    AKA Dotty

    ALAA registration number ALAA-006843

    Dotty is the super model of Labradoodles. Her gorgeous chocolate, wavy-fleece coat, large eyes, heavy-lab-like build and movie star smile prove her to be camera ready all the time.

    She's an Australian multi-generational Labradoodle with Tegan Park and Rutland Manor bloodlines.

    She's as sweet and loyal as can be and she always sits politely, waiting for a pat on the head or a tummy rub.

    She loves nothing better than to find a great patch of grass on our farm and roll around to scratch her back while making happy growling sounds. Dotty is our largest Labradoodle, standard size and weighing 65 lbs.


  1. labradoodle EmilyEmily
  2. Emily Sue - ALAA-022291

    Emily is the daughter of Rosie, grand-daughter of Goldie. She is standard size, weighing 45 lbs and 23 inches at her shoulder.

    She's truly white with a curly wool coat. Emily is so sweet and good-natured, just like her mother and grandmother. She has such sweetness and kindness in her heart, you can see it in her eyes.

    She's the most eager to please and respectful of all of our dogs and we couldn't be more proud of her.

    She's an Australian Multi-generational Labradoodle from the bloodlines of Tegan Park and Rutland Manor.


  1. Little LuLittle Lu
  2. ALAA registration #029844

    Little Lu is the product of two of my most favorite dogs, Dixie's Doodles Mudgee and our Rosie. She's the perfect combination of both of her parents, with Mudgee's lab-ish good looks, loose, wavy fleece coat with her mother's amber eyes and apricot cream color.

    Little Lu is still very young, but she's already passed all of her health testing, so we're so excited to see what litters she will produce someday. Keep an eye out for Little Lu's future babies, they'll be just as wonderful as her and her parents!

    Little Lu is, like all of our dogs, an Australian multi-generational Labradoodle with bloodlines from Tegan Park and Rutland Manor.


  1. Little LuBella

  2. ALAA registration #031328

    Bella is a sweetheart! She LOVES hugs and will stare at you for days to be sure you know she loves you and only you, and that goes for everyone :O). She has the inherent sweetness that comes from Goldie, her mother.

    Bella’s unusual phantom markings are gorgeous to go with her sweet soul, making her a perfect Labradoodle from the inside out.

    Bella is a small medium, weighing just over 30 lbs. Bella is about 19 inches at the shoulder.


  1. Little Lu


  2. ALAA registration #030812

  3. Fiona is a like a clone of her mom, Dotty. She has movie star teeth, amazingly sweet, droopy eyes and she’s built like a brick house, thick and solid.

    Although Fiona is not very tall, about 21 inches at the shoulder, she weighs more than 55 lbs. Fiona is a sweet love that adores being hugged and rubbed on.

    Her coloring is amazing, starting out as chocolate as a puppy, she is much more of a champagne chocolate now and we are thrilled with her!





Our Boys


  1. Labradoodle Jack
    ALUSA's Jack
    AKA Jack

    ALAA registration number ALAA-019075

    Jack is the most gracious of dogs. If he could fix you a drink and tell you a joke, he'd do it and have you in stitches with laughter, and even without being able to talk, he keeps everyone amused with his unique and charming charisma.

    He knows lots of tricks and he's quick and eager to learn more.

    He's sired several therapy dogs, including one that has graduated from A & M's program.

    Jack is a small-medium Australian multi-generational Labradoodle with a curly fleece lavender coat. He's an Australian Multi-generational Labradoodle from the bloodlines of Tegan Park and Rutland Manor.


In Retirement

  1. Goldie - Australian LabradoodleDownunder's Goldie
    AKA Goldie - RETIRED :)

  2. ALAA registration number ALAA-00478

    Goldie is the most charming, loyal and loving dog you could know. She's a great family member, best friend and mother. She never ceases to provide cheerleader-like excitement every time I return from a chore or trip to town. Most of her puppies seem to have her easy-going, happy-go-lucky demeanor.

    Goldie has a "fifth" gear that affords her the speed to outrun all of our dogs, even her youngsters! She's produced a puppy that graduated from A & M's therapy dog school and several other dogs that function as therapy dog's and do wonderful work caring for their owners.

    Goldie is an Australian multi-generational Labradoodle from the bloodlines of Tegan Park and Rutland Manor. She is medium sized, weighing 35 lbs. Her cream coat is more wool than fleece with loose curls.


Labradoodles are THE most amazing breed of dogs for so many reasons. The main reason we decided to get Labradoodles and then raise them was because I have asthma and I have to have hypo-allergenic dogs. Our Multi-generational Labradoodles have a fleece coat which ensures hypo-allergenic and non-shedding. Therefore, having multi-generational Labradoodles was a must because I could not risk having an allergy to our dogs.

As we did our research on Labradoodles we found out that an F1 Labradoodle was simply breeding a Labrador to a Poodle and didn’t offer any guarantees on “hypo-allergenic dogs” or non-shedding dogs. The “second tier” of a Labradoodle would be what is referred to as an F1B Labradoodle which is taking a F1 Labradoodle and breeding it back to a Poodle for a better coat, but still not “hypo-allergenic” or truly non-shedding, so still not what we needed. So we moved on to the “Multi-generational” Labradoodles which are six generations or more of Labradoodle being bred to Labradoodle. We furthermore realized that the Australian multi-generational Labradoodles (now deemed “Authentic” by the Australian Labradoodle Association) have even more consistent breed characteristics that are important to us.

And so the multi-generational Australian Labradoodles are what we decided would work for our family for many reasons. The most important reason being “hypo-allergenic” and non-shedding, but the next reason is that there is a consistency in the temperament of the multi-generational Labradoodles that does not exist in the F1 Labradoodle or F1B Labradoodle. The multi-generational Labradoodles are inherently calm. We’ve had so many people come to see our Labradoodle puppies and be shocked at how calm and quiet they are. That is not to say that you cannot get that temperament with an F1 Labradoodle or an F1B Labradoodle, but it cannot be expected as it can and should be with the multi-generational Labradoodles.

With a house full of multi-generational Australian bred Labradoodles, we could not be more in love or enthralled with any animal as we have become with these amazing little souls. They are each and every one so special and so loving. Our Labradoodles are the sweetest, calmest, loyalist, most loving creatures I’ve ever met. They all have the most endearing and loyal personalities. All of our dogs just stare into our eyes as though we are the greatest people in the world! They seem to have endless patience with our very rough and tumble four year old, and prove daily that they are the perfect child-friendly, asthma friendly dogs. It is truly hard to convey in words what wonderful dogs they are. To call them perfect pets would not be an exaggeration! I have not met one Multi-Generational Labradoodle that doesn't convey all these qualities, and there certainly is not one in our house that isn’t anything but a perfect companion.

We are striving to breed a variety of Labradoodle colors ranging from golden crème to black and everything in between including caramel (apricot light, medium and dark), café, chalk, chocolate and apricot crèmes.

We take our dog’s health testing very seriously and have all age-appropriate and recommended tests done at the suggested ages. This way we know that we are doing our very best to bring the very healthiest Labradoodle puppies we can into this world and that we are eliminating hip dysplasia, elbow abnormalities and eye disorders. We also do a thyroid panel on our dogs as an extra cautionary test.

more info here:

Breeder Registration Australian Labradoodle Association of America