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  • Glad to see a group for ALD owners! I adore my 2.5 yr old "boy". We seem to be going through a new phase of personality change. This one is more cuddly, but also suspicious of strange things. Anyone experienced this so late in the game? Also, how do we join this group? Thanks!
    • I also have a 2.5 yr old female ALD that has all of a sudden developed a "fear". We visit a local nursing home twice weekly for several hours and everything was fine. All of a sudden she is afraid and keeps turning around as if something was stalking her, tail between her legs, so upset at times, she won't even take a treat. She was fine before this and I can't figure out what is going on.
  • He's not middle color, he's blue merle color which is black and white all over. Beautiful!
  • Brand new to all this doodle but proud owner of a 5 month old blue middle colored male multi generational Australian labradoodle. So cute, so goofy, so trainable, and gets along with everyone and all dogs so far. In obedience training and he's better at it than I am...hoping to train him to be a therapy dog later. Any suggestions on how to train him to play fetch? He won't play any of it currently and I would love to exercise him more. He's a moyen standard and is 39.3 one at 5.5 months! Possibly in 50 pound range when full grown although both multi gen parents were 39 and 40pounds. Any comments appreciated.
  • We have friends looking for an ALD breeder in New England. Wally's breeder is no longer in business and Charlotte's doesn't have any current litters. Does anyone know of a breeder to recommend? Thanks!

    • We got our ALD from Landmark Labradoodles. They are a home breeder and don't have crazy amounts of litters at one time, so not sure when their next one is. They are located in Connecticut. Our doodle boy is 2-1/2 and has such a great personality, was crate trained when we got him at 8 weeks and all around great temperament.
  • Well, I guess there are some ALD people out there!  Harpo, our ALD, is a great little dog and Charlie (my husband) says he is perfect - perfect size, perfect coat, and perfect disposition.  It is hard to do better than this pup.

  • It's so cool seeing everyones ALD!  Thank you for the welcome!  I knew I wanted a labradoodle, it was completely by luck that the breeder I eventually connected with breed ALD. They are the best dogs!!!  He just learned "shake" UshL3f7.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710x

  • Welcome to the group. Two of my doodles are ALDs. If I were purchasing a puppy, multigenerational ALD from a reputable breeder is where my money would be spent. As Maryann said, ALDs have more predictability. 

  • Love my 2 ALD's!!!  Welcome!

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ALD Breeder Recommendation

We are looking for a Mini Australian Labradoodle that will end up around 20 lbs as an adult. Looking for a wavy fleece coat in gold/apricot/red. Fingers crossed that he/she is a swimmer to coincide with our boating lifestyle.Our "short" list of breeders is: -Whispering Winds -Manor Lake -Log Cabin (We like the idea of the addition of Charm School) -Heartsong -Swinging GateIf you have any comments, either pro or con, please feel free to PM me with any details. We are certainly opened to other…

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ALD Cockapoo mox

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