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Upcoming Litters of Australian Labradoodle Puppies!

Olive:

Olive has been bred to Calvin and puppies are expected around March 17th.  You can view their past litter on our YouTube page.  Expect medium to large size standards (55 t0 65 lbs) which rich wavy fleece coats.  All colors are possible.  All reservations for this litter are full at this time.  If the litter is larger than expected we will open it up for more reservations.  Pregnancy has been confirmed!

Mona & Doug:

Mona is expected to come into heat sometime in February or March and will be bred to Doug.  Mona is a true beauty with her square build, soft fleece coat and expressive eyes.  Mona is the spitting image of her grandfather Farley in looks and temperament.  Doug is very stocky and is solid muscle. Doug is the happiest dog you will every meet and just loves life and everything in it.  They should produce medium to large standards with wavy fleece coats and there is the possibility for all colors.  Depending on when Mona comes into heat her puppies should be going home sometime in late July or August.

 

Penny & ???:

Penny is due to come into heat in late spring.  Her litter would be available to go to their forever homes late summer or early fall.  Penny is a small standard and we expect her to have small to medium standards depending on who she is bred to.

Health testing of all our breeding dogs can be viewed on the Our Dogs page.

 

Non-breeding puppies are $2600 + 5.5% ($143) Maine sales tax.  A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a puppy in advance of birth.  A second deposit of $1000 is required once the puppies are born.  The balance is due at the time the puppies go home.  Puppies are neutered/spayed, wormed, vaccinated, micro-chipped, and come with a veterinarian health certificate, 5 generation pedigree and 3 year genetic health warranty.

With standard sized Australian Labradoodles becoming harder and harder to find, Pine State has become a popular source for prospective owners looking for that particular stature. Additionally, we specifically breed our dogs for therapy and service work, making them the ideal companion for people with disabilities or limitations. If you would like to learn more about our training methods, or would like more information about how our dog can help you or a loved one, please contact us.

As always, Pine State Labradoodles reserves the right to keep future breeding stock out of each and any litter, change breeding pairs based on circumstances, and deny the sale of puppies to any individuals or families we find unsuitable.

Keep checking our YouTube page (link on right) for the latest videos of our dogs!