Older Labradoodle Puppies
and Retired Labradoodle Dogs

 

Golden Xpress Labradoodles Breeds Authentic Australian Labradoodles

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Sorry, no older pups at this time.

 


All puppies are ready for their new homes at 8 weeks; if we are shipping your puppy they will be ready to travel at 9 weeks in the USA only.  All other international destinations vary.   After they are 8 weeks old we will hold a puppy for 7 days from the date of your deposit free of charge, after that date there will be a 15.00 per day charge.


You may qualify for guardianship, there are often older dogs and puppies available in our guardian program. Guardianship 

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Choose an older puppy?

These puppies have been raised by us in our home from birth and are much further along in their development. Depending on age they may already be crate trained, doing well with potty training, basic puppy training, etc. They are very well socialized with other dogs and lots of people. Many bad habits that puppies form from age 8 weeks on will be avoided by choosing an older puppy raised by professionals such as chewing, barking, jumping on you etc.

Why do we have these puppies?

Often times they are breeding prospects, held back as potentials and then released. A few are selected to be raised into older puppies for people wishing for a puppy that has started training to be a family member or as therapy and service companions. Our Multi-Generational Australian Labradoodle puppies that have started training are available for $2000 to $3500 depending on their level of training

Older dogs available:

Why choose an adult dog? Trained, loving dogs!

Why do we have adults dogs available?

Occasionally a retiring breeding dog will become available for placement in a “forever” home. These dogs are awesome! Raised by a breeder to live in their home. Additionally we are committed to a lifetime of support for our dogs and their people.

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