Chunky Standard Love Bugs Available

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on November 4, 2017

Looking for a gorgeous standard male or female? We have puppies ready to go home on November 6th from Oakley and Barrett. They will mature around 55 lbs and are fleece coated. Perfect in a family or therapy dog setting. They are solid in temperament.


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Sweet Caroline (la la la)…

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on October 24, 2017

We love Neil Diamond and were thrilled to name a girl for his famous song, Sweet Caroline. This is a truly special retirement litter for Caroline and Barrett. We have three large standard males in cream and black available from this litter and ready to go home on November 19. If you are looking for a therapy candidate this would be a great litter to consider!

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Would You Like A Little Chocolate?

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on October 8, 2017

We have chocolate medium males available from Kyrie and Prince Charming! These cutie-patooties will mature around 35 lbs and go home on November 18, 2017!

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This is Cooper

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on August 20, 2017

Cooper is a standard, apricot fleece male that should mature around 50 lbs.

He is ready to go home on August 31 and is a steady-as-she-goes puppy. He is jovial and easy going and will do great with kids or other dogs!



Avidog Conference and Scottish Connections

by Colonial Village Labradoodles on August 6, 2017

This past week, Kyle, Molly, Aidan, and I attended the Avidog Conference in Lebanon, Indiana with our dear friend, Alastair McKinney from Lomond Hills Labradoodles. We met Alastair and his family a few years ago when we took our entire family on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Ireland and Scotland for Christmas so that we could tour Kyle’s ancestral home in Kilmarry Knapp, Scotland.

We immediately hit it off with the McKinney family and have shared many breeding tips in the past few years and also shared our breeding dogs to improve each other’s programs. We were honored when Alastair came for a fortnight visit and to attend the Avidog Conference to learn new breeding, puppy raising, and puppy temperament assessment ideas. We look forward to implementing a number of their unique and creative techniques to improve our puppies and mamas’ experience. We truly go to the ends of the Earth to be the best breeders that we can be.