Now that you have seen what my Australian Labradoodles look like, I am sure you are wondering what they cost. The price of Australian Labradoodles or American Labradoodles can vary greatly amongst breeders, generations, and types of Labradoodles.
A breeder that does not put any time or money into caring for their dogs and puppies or does not spend any money on health testing will have the ability to sell puppies cheap. Is it really cheap when you get a puppy with a bad temperament, shedding coat, or health issues? Just remember the old saying "you get what you pay for". Here at Hale’s Australian Labradoodles we only breed genetically sound Australian Labradoodles. We have achieved the highest honor given to a breeding program by the ALAA which is the GOLD PAW for extensive health testing on ALL our breeding dogs. (Genetic testing includes but is not limited to hip, elbow, Vwd, Thyroid panels with complete CBC breeder panel, DNA testing, Eye testing both clinical and DNA testing for PRA-prcd (which causes blindness), and various other blood tests). Our Australian Labradoodles are $3000.00, regardless of the size, gender or color. See the list of included items below.
Your puppy comes with:
Spayed or Neutered at 7 weeks of age (unless the puppy is too small)
Microchip with application
Current vaccinations and worming
30 Day trail Pet Insurance from Trupanion note: must be activated within 24 hours of adopting your pooch
3 Generation Pedigree
Puppy certificate for registration with the ALAA.
2yr genetic health warranty (this warranty covers any inherited life-threatening disease, please see the contract)
Puppy leash, collar, and starter food (Earth Born Holistic Meadow Feast) we only feed our dogs' top quality dog food. This ensures healthy skin and coat. It also ensures proper growth and nutrition from the balance of various vitamins, proteins, and fats.
Information on how to care for your new puppy, potty training, feeding, grooming, etc.
A lifetime of continued customer support
There is not a price difference for color, size or gender. Since all our Labradoodles are de-sexed at 7 weeks of age (unless they are too small) there is not a gender difference with temperament. Both males and females make great family pets.