Thursday, September 22, 2011

Australian Mini Labradoodle Puppies

If you are looking to add an Australian Mini Labradoodle Puppy to your home, check out the litter of Labradoodle puppies that Mountain Creek Labradoodles just had! They had a plethora of colors, cream, chocolate and apricot.

Last check they had 3 male puppies and 1 female puppy. The sire of this litter of mini Australian Labradoodle is a 12 pound cream Australian Labradoodle. His name is Jasper and is a love bug!

Mountain Creek Labradoodles have been breeding Labradoodles since 2006 and pride themselves on happy and healthy puppies. They are located in the upstate of South Carolina. A short drive from Charlotte, NC, Atlanta GA and Columbia, SC.

If you get a chance, visit their website for more information. You can find them at Mountain Creek Labradoodles. They also run a blog with additional pictures and updates from each of their litters. It is at this Australian Labradoodle Puppies blog.

Here are a few picture of the Mini Australian Labradoodle Puppies from this litter.


Monday, September 19, 2011

The Secret to Doubling the Life Expectancy of Your Labradoodle Puppies (And Other breeds)

We are killing our dogs. Most of us are blissfully unaware that we are doing this and assume that, when our beloved pets die from some wasting, including old age, that it was beyond our control. Unfortunately, this just is not true. Labradoodle puppies are from the finest breeds in the world. They are a mixture of Labrador retrievers and poodles. Those two breeds are the most intelligent, well mannered, and loyal breeds. It would be a shame not to do everything in our power to help them live to their full potential. Here are three basic facts about our Labradoodle puppies, or any breed, that many of us did not know.

  • The average life expectancy of a dog in the U.S. is 11 years. In some countries, it is less and in others, they can be expected to live up to 15 years. Before you say, WOW… 15 years is a long time for a dog, consider this. It is a proven, scientific fact that a dog's lifespan is supposed to be 27 years.
  • Even though your dog can live for twenty-seven years, it will not simply because of what is in the food that we give them. This includes the puppy chow that we feed our loving and loyal Labradoodle puppies. It is not our fault unless you consider that we do not take the time to learn what the ingredients of dog food really are.
  • Even if we learned what is in dog food, we would still end up losing our loving dogs too early. A bag of dog food that reads all natural with no chemicals added still contains chemicals. Legally, they can make this claim because they do not add the chemicals.
Killing Them Softly

The dog food companies that make the dog and puppy chow that we feed our Labradoodle puppies and other breeds purchase their ingredients from other companies. If the "other companies" treat those ingredients with chemicals, the ingredients last longer and mix better. This means that those "other companies" can make more money from ingredients that are chemically treated. Dog food companies purchase the chemically treated ingredients because they cost less. As long as it is not the dog food companies that add the chemicals, they can use a loophole in the law and claim that their food is all natural and chemical free.

Feeding Our Dogs Death

A Labradoodle puppy is a hale and hearty specimen that can live up to thirty (30) years. This is three years longer than the average life expectancy of a dog that grows up and lives under optimal conditions. Unfortunately, optimal conditions have not existed naturally on this planet for thousands of years. The presence of man contaminated those conditions and it is only getting worse. Our Labradoodle puppies need five things to grow into strong and healthy dogs that will live up to their full potential.

  • Love: We can give our Labradoodle puppies plenty of this. They make it easy.
  • Exercise: If you have a ball, a rope, a Frisbee, and some time, you have this beat as well.
  • Shelter: Hey, my Labradoodle puppies sleep in bed with my wife and I. Hers on the top part of her pillow and mine under the covers at my feet.
  • Water: Fresh water is important. We ran a water hose over a tree limb and into a bucket. We turn it on so that it runs at a very slow drip. The result is a full bucket of fresh, cool water constantly without running up the water bill.
  • Chemical free food: this is the one thing that is hard to control. It is not impossible though if you are willing to do your research. Your Labradoodle puppies are well worth it.
Labradoodle Puppies For Life

If you take care of your Labradoodle puppies, they will live to be the best pets that you could possibly have. They are a loving, loyal, and highly trainable breed. A few hours of research and taking notes is all that is required to ensure you give you Labradoodle puppies the best food available for a long and loving life.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Summer 2010 Mini Australian Labradoodle Puppies

Mid July 2010
Victoria & Jasper - ALF6 Australian Labradoodles
Color(s) - Cream/Apricot
Weight Range - 20-25 lbs
PRICE: $1900

Victoria & Jasper both have incredibly soft and fleecy coats! We are expecting cream and possibly apricot fleece coats. The puppies should be in the 20-25 lb range.Victoria is our happy go lucky girl and Jasper is our little love bug. Their puppies will have amazing personalities!

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Mini Australian Labradoodle Puppy

We have found a wonderful home for Jasper, our Mini Australian Labradoodle Stud. It is a wonderful family with three kids that will be giving him lots of love and attention. We are also excited to see Jasper and Victoria's Mini Australian Labradoodle Puppies due this summer. They are going to be precious!

Two Australian Labradoodle Puppies

Here are two Australian Labradoodle Puppies playing together! They are from one of our spring Australian Labradoodle litters, and are owned by two friends. The puppies get to play together all the time and get along great! It's always nice when litter mates get to remain friends.

If you are interested in adding an Australian Labradoodle Puppy to your family, visit our website and check out the Australian Labradoodle litters we have available this summer.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Summer 2010 Australian Labradoodle Puppies

Early July 2010
Willa & Q - ALF3 Australian Labradoodles
Color(s) - Chocolate
Weight Range - 35-40 lbs
PRICE: $1900

Willa always has gorgeous litters with extra soft, fleecy coats. This will be her first pairing with Q, who is our gorgeous Chocolate Australian Labradoodle Stud. These puppies will have stunning coats in Chocolate and fabulous personalities.

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Summer 2010 Australian Labradoodle Puppies

Mid August 2010
Kiley & Q - ALF4 Australian Labradoodles
Color(s) - Chocolate
Weight Range - 30-40 lbs
PRICE: $1900

We are so excited for Kiley's first litter. She and Q will have beautiful chocolate puppies with the best personalities. Kiley is our sweet Willa's daughter and was born and raised here at Mountain Creek. She has a fun, playful personality and loves to have her belly rubbed! Combined with Q, these puppies will be to die for!