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My name is Adam Ford...breeder of the finest, funniest and most loving Labradoodles anywhere. I’d like to thank you for taking the time to visit my site, I really do appreciate your interest, and look forward to educating you about this fantastic breed and to introduce you to my available puppies and upcoming litters

I’ve been breeding the famous Hypo-Allergenic and Non-Shedding Australian Labradoodle, now known by me as The “Australian Souldog”, since 2004 and I love every minute of it. 

Every puppy I breed is very special to me and my family, and we never forget a single one.  They are the perfect family companion and are amazing with kids.  They are so smart and sweet and live to please.

I take great pride and pleasure in presenting the best web experience possible for Adopting a Puppy. You are more than welcome to visit me and the dogs, but please red the page, “Begin Your Process” before you do.  I’ve created this site in such a way so that you can go straight to information that you know you want, by clicking any of the highlighted links that you see on the page you’re reading, or if you’re only in the early stages of doing Research, just have some fun watching my movies, learn a little About Me and how I got to be such an enthusiastic breeder,  and what these amazing dogs are all about. Look me up on Facebook too...Tons of great updates daily!

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A Genuine Labradoodle is not a cross between a Lab & Poodle!  This poor counterfeit is known as an F1, F1b, F2 or Multi-gen just to confuse the new buyer...In short they are a very poor cousin to the real deal and if the people breeding these dogs told you the truth you would be shocked to discover that they represent only two of the five breeds that the True Australian Labradoodle embodies. As a result, they are not at all related to each other in coat, appearance, or temperament.

The famous Australian Labradoodle, or Australian SoulDog as I personally now call them, is the result of over 40 years of ongoing research, development and selective breeding, that incorporated 5 specific breeds to achieve the dogs you see today.  All were chosen for the particular qualities that each breed could bring to the table, and create not only the perfect service dog for the physically challenged, but now, the perfect family companion for everyone.  Please click the link, History of the Labradoodle, for an important education.

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The following is an explanation of what it took to create,

from the very beginning, the now famous

Australian Labradoodle/Soul Dog

By Adam Ford

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Because there is so much confusion and misinformation regarding the many different versions of this breed and their respective names, it's become necessary to provide an education about what has gone into creating the breed that you know simply as a Labradoodle.

Why Create The Labradoodle

This was first done many years ago in the hopes of creating an allergy friendly guide dog for the sight impaired. It all began in 1988 with the Royal Guide Dogs of Australia in Melbourne when Mr Wally Conran carried out the first purpose bred mating of a Standard Poodle and Labrador Retriever. The results of this cross created dogs that were unpredictable in temperament, high shedding, allergy unfriendly and too big.  After too many failures, the original breeder gave up on this new breed.  Later on in time, two women picked up on this idea and began their own engineering project.

They found that it was like a Rubix Cube.  It must be done just the right way, and, at just the right time. You must breed the right two dogs, from the correct breeds, at the right time. It’s like a recipe for a difficult to make cake.  It’s a combination of good ingredients plus the right timing and good instincts.  The original Australian Labradoodle is a composite of five different breeds.  Each of these different breeds has it’s own unique qualities that were needed to overcome a lesser or unwanted trait from a previous crossing.  Therefore each infusion of a new breed is done to increase the status of the existing gene pool, and to move towards a desired outcome. 

So as you now can’s takes a lot more than just one or two crosses of just two breeds to complete the long and complicated process or changing an entire biological design.  Think about how long it’s taken for human to evolve.  As of the year 2009, it’s proven that upright walking hominids are at least five million years in the making, and I am certain that next year and the year after that we will learn many more things that will amaze us!

The Original Crossing of The Labrador and Poodle

It's not just as simple as crossing a Poodle to a Labrador. I love the Standard Poodle and the Labrador Retriever, but crossing these breeds only once or even twice does not make an Australian Labradoodle, or anything else for that matter...Just as it takes a lot to build a fantastic car, building or piece of art, there is a lot that goes into it.  Let's face it, if it were that easy it would have been done by the dogs themselves a long time ago.  The name given to a dog that has a Poodle parent and a Labrador parent is F1.  This is like walking into a high rise building on the ground floor.  But to get to the top where the view is much better you have to go up.

And that is where the Australian Labradoodle resides...Now do you get it!

In short... The Australian Labradoodle cannot be created by accident, however, an F1 Labradoodle can. It’s when the male dog jumps the fence and hooks up with the girl next door when she's in heat.  Last time I checked..That’s a mutt..the Australian Labradoodle is an engineering project and a work of art!


It took many years for the genetic blueprint of the breed we know today, to come into being.  Once the breed showed signs of becoming financially lucrative, people all over the world decided to breed the much cheaper and easier to come by version, F1 and rode the coat tails of the original all the way to the bank.  As with everything new and good, imitation is inevitable...but this was no compliment to the original.  Many people have been and are still being mislead in regards to this quick and easy version.  Even Wally Conran, the original creator found the F1 to be often unruly, untrainable, not great with allergies, shed and just too big. So he stopped.

So if you want a Rolex, don’t get one on Venice beach or in a dark alley from a guy in a trench coat.  You will get what you pay for...Eventually!  These Labradoodles appear in a few different configurations, and they all have their own names, F1, F1b or F2.

I'm not  saying these dogs aren’t cute or sweet.  What I am saying is they are not the dogs who made the name of the breed that you are now looking into, famous!

Here are the breeds that contributed to the genetic makeup of the Australian Labradoodle

Labrador Retriever - Standard Poodle - Irish Water Spaniel - Curly Coat Retriever - Cocker Spaniel

What is this breed made of?

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Special Note: All of my puppies are to be spayed or neutered by their new owner by the age of 6 months. I do not authorize the breeding of any puppy by anyone at ay time.

Only a Breeding Dog Guardian in (good standing) will be in possession of my breeding dogs.

Only the most trustworthy people are chosen to be a guardian. These people are all long time owners of my dogs so they are already aware of the process that is required to to keep this breed going.