Frequently Asked Questions

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions you may have

How do I contact you?

Email is the best way to get in touch with us, looking after our dogs and children is almost a full time job in itself.  Email means that we don't miss any messages and can reply in a timely manner to any enquiries we get.  It also means that we have a written record of our correspondence with our new customers and families.

Can I visit you to see the puppies and their parents?

We would love to give everyone the chance to come and visit and spend time with our wonderful dogs to see how magical they are.  

However it is our family home and due to the level of interest we receive it isn't possible to accommodate everyone, nor is it fair on our dogs and young children.  So we don't accept visits from the general public.

Once families have joined our waiting lists, we encourage them to visit at a convenient time to have a face to face meeting with the puppies and their parents.

How do I reserve a puppy?

Please contact us by email at buddiesald@gmail.com, we will get back to you start the process of reserving one of "Little Buddies".  We are currently looking at reservations for late 2021 and 2022.

Are your dogs allergy friendly and non-shedding?

The 100% pure Australian Labradoodles we breed have a 95% success rate with allergy and asthma sufferers because they have non-shedding fleece and wool coats. Although we can't guarantee this is case for everyone and would always recommend visiting the dogs once you are on our waiting list.

What is the difference between males & females?

Males may typically be a bit taller and are generally of a 'stockier' build, however there is very little difference in temperament etc. between male and female dogs.

How are your puppies socialised?

Our puppies are born and raised within our busy family home so they quickly become used to all the noise and hustle and bustle that goes along with an active family. Our 4 children are involved with our puppies so they are all well used to being handled and played with. Once the puppies reach the correct point we begin basic training such as learning to walk on a lead, toilet training etc

Do we get to choose our own puppy?

We think it is vital the families get to meet the puppies and have a choice about the puppy that is going to become part of their family.  Once each litter is born we will be in contact with our families to arrange an appointment for them to attend their puppy pick.