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Labradoodles for sale in Texas

Texas Labradoodles History

Texas Labradoodles purchased their first three Labradoodles in 2006 from Butch Charlton in North Carolina. Butch founded DownUnder Labradoodles in 2002 and was one of the first Australian Labradoodle breeders in North America. Along with being an original board member of the Australian Labradoodles Association of America (ALAA), Butch agreed to be our breeder mentor through the ALAA. He has proven to be a great friend and a wonderful mentor. Thanks to Butch, we were able to start with the very finest Australian Labradoodle bloodlines. 

Texas Labradoodles Was Born!

 

Dotty, one of our first breeding dogs

We started out with great Labradoodle bloodlines, the foundation of a strong breeding program and a great education on what it means to stay true to what an ALAA registered multi-generational Australian Labradoodle should be. Beautiful coats, confirmation and temperaments are the cornerstone of our breeding program and it is easy to see in these photos of our dogs.

Photos of Australian Labradoodle
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Our Labradoodle Breeding Program is almost Two Decades Old!

We feel so blessed every day to have these exceptional dogs as the center of our lives as well as the wonderful people that we have relationships with through our dogs. Australian Labradoodles have stolen the hearts of so many people because they are truly special dogs.
Their human-like gaze, wonderful sense of humor (I swear they know they’re funny) and intelligence is so charming, it’s hard to resist them. It is no wonder the world has fallen in love with Australian Labradoodles.

Texas Labradoodles is a proud member of the following:

Texas Labradoodles is ALAA Registered

We breed premium ALAA registered multi-generational authentic Australian Labradoodles. Our dogs are the pinnacle of Labradoodles and what every person that is searching for a Labradoodle wants in their new family member.

Check our Prepare for Your Puppy page to learn about what you need to do to get ready for your new Australia Labradoodle puppy.

Become part of our Australian Labradoodle Family

Reach out to us today so we can mart of our puppy selection process is helping our families to make sure they get the coat, color, size and most importantly, the temperament that will best fit their family and their lifestyle. This is what we feel we are best at and we’ve been so blessed to have so many wonderful families for our precious dogs over the past 18 years.atch you to your perfect new family member. 

Part of our puppy selection process is helping our families to make sure they get the coat, color, size and most importantly, the temperament that will best fit their family and their lifestyle. This is what we feel we are best at and we’ve been so blessed to have so many wonderful families for our precious dogs over the past 18 years.

Basic Questions about Texas Labradoodles size, coats and color

  • Texas Labradoodles breeds mini, medium and standard Labradoodles. Our minis are anywhere from 18-30 lbs and 14-17 inches at the shoulder. Mediums are typically 35-45 lbs and 18-20 inches at the shoulder. Standards can be as small as 50 lbs and as large as 75-80 lbs and 20-24 inches at the shoulder. We base our sizing on the size of the parents, but we have seen our puppies be smaller or larger than our estimation and we attribute this to the genes of grandparents or even great-grandparents. We can tell a lot about the future size of our puppies based on birth weight and the rate at which they grow over the first 8 weeks. Texas Labradoodles breeds mini, medium, and standard Labradoodles. Our minis are anywhere from 18-30 lbs and 14-17 inches at the shoulder. Mediums are typically 35-45 lbs and 18-20 inches at the shoulder. Standards can be as small as 50 lbs and as large as 75-80 lbs and 20-24 inches at the shoulder. 

Texas Labradoodles Commitment to Breeding

Differences in Breeding Labradoodles come in different variations according to how they’ve been bred. These variations of breeding affect coat, temperament and trainability. This means some breeders take a Poodle and breed it to a Lab, thereby creating a first generation line. These dogs are referred to as F1 or F1B (a lab/poodle mix bred back to a Poodle). An F1 is a 50% Lab and 50% Poodle, while an F1B is generally more Poodle, 75% Poodle, and 25% Lab, helping with the shedding and allergy issues.
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https://alaa-labradoodles.com Texas Labradoodles only breeds multi-generational Australian Labradoodles. Our dogs have several generations of Australian-bred Labradoodles in their bloodlines. As much as we love all dogs, especially labs and poodles, we feel it is important to stay true to the original breeding of these dogs because that it is what everyone wants in a Labradoodle and what they think they are getting when buying a Labradoodle. Rutland Manor and Tegan Park in Australia went to great lengths to create this incredible breed and we respect that expertise. This is why it is so important to us to always breed only the Australian bloodlines and stay true to what we know- good, solid multi-generational Australian Labradoodles that have the best coats, the best temperaments, and are the most trainable.

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