ALA Standards

To find out more about the Australian Labradoodle Assosiation, follow this link --> http://laa.org.au/index.php 

As a member of the ALA, there are high standards that I am obliged to abide by. These standards ensure ethical breeding of a high quality is taking place, and that all the dogs are well cared for and healthy.

The ALA has endorsed a comprehensive health-screening program. Breeders use the results to guide their breeding strategies. The ALA now requires dogs used in its accredited breeders’ programs to be routinely tested for the following genetically inheritable diseases:

  1. PRA-prcd

  2. Cystinuria

  3. Centronuclear Myopathy

  4. Exercise Induced Collapse

  5. Myotubuular Myopathy X Linked

  6. Neonatal Encephalopathy

  7. Von willebrands disease Type I

  8. Degenerative Myelopathy

  9. Autosomal Hereditary Recessive Nephropathy

  10. Phosphofructokinase Deficiency

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Sheef Allura

Medium Red Girl

This girl definitely has a personality of her own. She loves her social time amongst her doggie friends and humans just as much as she loves her space. Shes's known to always have a toy (or a sock!) in her mouth to excitedly show everyone. 

Allura has passed all of her health tests

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Black Ruby Archie

Small Medium Brown Boy

Not only is he a super handsome little dude, but his personality is a dream! He loves cuddles and being close to his humans, and with a little encouragement he's up for any adventure. This little guy is full of life, and honestly the funniest dog I've ever met! I'm convinced he'd be hilarious if he was a human.

Archie has yet to complete his health tests