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An Introduction

Hi, I'm Debbie, and I'm a trusted home breeder of gorgeous authentic Australian Labradoodles in Sussex. I've been breeding these dogs since 2020, and I take my responsibilities very seriously. I strive to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all my pets. That's why the happiest days for me are when one of my puppies is adopted by loving and welcoming new puppy parents.

My Story

I started out on the road to my small breeding program after meeting my daughter-in-law's Australian Labradoodle. It was a genuine love at first sight moment, and I quickly set about looking for my own puppy. In the meantime, I came across an older Australian Labradoodle for sale, Issac. We went to see him and of course brought him home. Isaac is a standard chocolate and white parti, and he has been trained to be a therapy dog.

A few years later, another re-home came along. This time it was Eli, a black medium. Isaac and Eli are the best of friends, but we still didn't have a puppy. A year later, life took another twist, and I was made redundant from my job of 40 years. My daughter-in-law suggested that I have one of her puppies, and this would help me get on the path to the next chapter in my life. So along came Ottie.

I then teamed up with Willows to buy Amos, and we share ownership of him. He's a fabulous asset to our breeding programs.

My Vision

My aim is to always stay a small home breeder, giving people a more personal experience and to provide well-bred puppies from fully health tested parents. I love to get to know the new puppy families and guide them along their new journey of dog ownership. I promise a lifetime of support.

If you're interested in potentially becoming a new puppy parent to a gorgeous authentic Australian Labradoodle, please do not hesitate to contact me.

WALA Breeder

I am a proud member of WALA :

WORLD AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE ASSOCIATION.

I am Commitment to this wonderful Breed:

Rule 1.  Members must test all breeding stock for hip and elbow dysplasia prior to breeding. Members shall clearly state on their website the testing that has been performed.

Rule 2.  Members must keep accurate breeding records, registration papers, and pedigrees.

Rule 3.  Members must respect basic principles relating to maximizing genetic diversity to maintain the health of the breed.

Rule 4.  Members must agree to spay/neuter any Merle patterned dogs produced.

Rule 5.  Members must DNA Profile all breeding stock prior to registering a litter and shall verify parentage through DNA Profile before issuing a pedigree for any offspring where more than one sire covers or may have covered a bitch.

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