GorgeousDoodles is a family and guardian families endeavor with our five grown children, grandchildren, my brother and his family, cousins, uncles and guardian friends, who are all part of raising, playing and caring for our dogs. We are dedicated to breeding happy and healthy Labradoodles! We specialize in breeding multi-generational non-shedding Australian Labradoodles with the highest genetic background.
My family has always had pets, ranging from dogs (of many sizes) to fish, and even goats and sheep! But dogs, I must say, are my favorite. Being born and raised in the great Northwest our family has always enjoyed the great outdoors with our dogs, camping and hiking a lot! Our home is our Labradoodles home and they are truly part of our family.
We started breeding Standard Poodles in the late seventies while working with champion show quality dogs and professional Poodle breeders. We also worked with some Champion Jack Russell Terriers, breeding Terriers for about ten years. We never bred a Poodle to a Lab or any other breed.
Since 1998 we have been totally focused full time on our Labradoodles. After researching for a few years and consulting with Australian Breeders, we purchased our first breeding female Penelope, and now have her gorgeous great grand-family lines! All our Doodles since then are ALAA -ALCA registered and certified family lines of health tested quality breeding Australian Labradoodles.
Raising Labradoodles and sending them to new families all over the world is, well, a blast! When we find some free time, we love going to football and basketball games, paint some art, going camping, and always enjoy a lot of great hikes with our dogs. We also travel with our dogs to many great hiking trails we know here in the Colorado to Utah and also back too our native state of Oregon.
Our Labradoodles love to swim, hike and play: they enjoy being active and having running space, but they are also very mellow and easy to have indoors.
We look forward to talking with you soon!
“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”