We breed Australian Labradoodles in 3 sizes. Standard, Medium and Miniature. See "About Labradoodles' for more details on size, coats and colour.
Labradoodles are relatively high energy dogs, they are very easy to train but do require both mental and physical stimulation to help prevent unwanted behaviour.
Sheepadoodles come in 2 sizes -
Standard 20 - 40 kgs
Miniature 12 - 20 kgs
Sheepadoodles can be very high energy dogs, they require a lot of physical and mental stimulation to keep them happy. They love hanging out with their families and enjoy making people laugh. They are very comical dogs.
If you are interested in a Sheepadoodle puppy, do a lot of research into this breed, they have become very popular, but are a lot of work. They still have a percentage of working dog in them.
We breed Toy Cavoodles, 5 - 10 kgs
Cavoodles are lower energy dogs that love a lap to curl up on. They are fantastic with children and make great companions. Popular for apartment style living because of their size and nature.
We breed multi-generational Toy Moodles, 3 - 8 kgs
Moodles are lower energy dogs that love a lap to sit on. They are great with children and make lovely companions. Very similar to Cavoodles in temperament and size. Both the Maltese and Poodle are considered non-shedding dogs.
GROODLES & DOUBLE DOODLES
A Double Doodle is a Groodle bred to an Australian Labradoodle. Very similar temperament to both the Groodle and Australian Labradoodle, with a coat like the Australian Labradoodle.
We aim to breed Groodles in miniature weighing 10-22 kgs and standard which will get to 23 kgs+
We do not Early Age Desex as it can cause health problems with growing pups, however as a condition of sale you must be prepared to sign a desex contract to agree to have the dog desexed between 5 - 9 months old.
We will rebate $200 when this is done at the appropriate age and on proof from your vet.
You can fill in an application form through the RightPaw platform, this is an expression of interest. An offer for a puppy is sent through RightPaw, a deposit is taken to secure a puppy from the litter with the balance due when the puppy is allocated after their 6 week vet check and evaluation. We do not allocate puppies based purely on appearance, if you are wanting to select a puppy from a photo, we are not the right breeders for you.
Feel free to follow along with a pregnancy, we will post the honeymoon, pregnancy confirmation and birth announcement to our socials and on our website.
THE ADOPTION PROCESS
Our dogs are family members not just a pet. Once the puppies start to develop a personality, we will allocate each puppy to best suit their new family; we do this once the puppies have had their 6 weeks vet health check.
All puppies come wormed every two weeks, micro-chipped, vaccinated, flea and tick treated to date, 6 weeks pet insurance and a health guarantee. They also come with a detailed puppy info pack, toy & blanket with familiar smells from their mum and litter mates and support for the life of the dog.
Our breeding dogs are tested for all relevant genetic diseases and we only breed dogs with the right ‘family companion’ temperament. We hip score most of our breeding dogs.
We organise puppy play dates (if local) and have a private Facebook group to share photos/videos of your pups adventures with other Belloui puppy families or just ask advice. We have an Instagram account where we post very regular videos and photos of current litters for their families to enjoy while they are still in our care.
Once puppies have been born, had their first vet health check and a few days to settle in with mum a $1,000 non-refundable deposit is paid to secure a pup from that litter. The balance is required after the puppies have been allocated at 6 weeks.