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Legendary Labradoodles

Watch Our Australian Labradoodle Litters Grow


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Current Australian Labradoodle Litters

The current labradoodle puppies on this page are the most recent litters that have been born to a Legendary Labradoodle mom. Legendary Labradoodles gives each doodle puppy we raise a loving, stimulating and engaging environment to thrive. Our puppies also receive a head start with the socialization process, house training and crate training before they go to their forever homes.

Our doodle reservation list fills quickly. The wait time is approx. 6 months long, however, occasionally we will have a puppy available sooner.

All reservations are placed on a Master Reservation List. When your name moves to the top of the list, you will be notified of available spots in litters. You can accept or decline what is offered. If you decline, you will remain on the Master List until a litter you desire is available.

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CLOVER AND RIVER'S PUPPIES

Clover and River's puppies! We have 3 girls and 3 boys. All puppies have forever homes.

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Clover and River's Litter



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BIRDIE AND RIVER'S PUPPIES

Birdie and River's puppies! We have 2 girls and 5 boys. Guardian home opportunity for one of these beautiful girls!

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Birdie and River's Litter



Legendary Labradoodle Puppies
Come From Prime Breeding Stock



People are talking about us . . .

“We have a 3 month old pup from Legendary Labradoodles and have been so happy with him. He has slept through the night in the crate since day one and was practically potty trained when we got him. He is SO smart, friendly, and shockingly easy for a puppy. We've only had him for 6 weeks and I'm already wondering if we should get another so he can have a friend”

Jessica Huff

“Legendary Labradoodles is the only place you need to go for a Multigenerational Australian Labradoodle. Alaina makes sure that her puppies are healthy, happy and well socialized during the 8 weeks after they are born. They interact with other puppies, adult dogs and lots of people as they explore the various environments she provides for enrichment.”

Carol Long



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