So you are interested in purchasing a
Bull Valley Australian Labradoodle...what's next?
Fill out our "Online Puppy Application". We will review your application and get back to you with your approval status within 48 hours. If you don't hear back from us within 48 hours please email us at to make sure we received your application.
If your application is approved, we will send an email with how to move forward and send in your non-refundable $700 deposit and be placed on our master reservation list. This will hold your spot on our reservation list. We accept PayPal, personal checks (made out to Bull Valley Labradoodles) or Chase QuickPay (sent to ) as forms of payment.
Once we have an opening on a litter that meets your preferences we will email you an electronic version of our "Sales Agreement" for you to sign and we will move you to a specific litter's reservation list.
We will update our website and Facebook when the dam has been bred, had an ultrasound, and when the puppies are born. Puppy pictures will be posted will be posted on our website. You can also follow us on Facebook and Instagram to see additional pictures, videos and updates we post of our litters.
At 6 weeks of age the remaining balance is due. This is also the age we begin our open crate training. You may also pay in cash on puppy picking/go home day if you prefer to wait.
At 8 weeks your puppy will join you in their new “forever” home. Due to COVID we will have puppy picking on puppy go home day. Each family will be given a time slot to come to our home and pick their puppy. If the weather is nice we can do this outside and children are welcome to come and help pick if you would like. If we need to hold puppy picking indoors due to inclement weather we ask that you limit the number of people coming into our home to two people. We are not shipping puppies at this time so you must pick up your puppy from our home. Please plan to pick up your puppy on time any puppies required to stay past the scheduled go home date will receive a boarding charge of $50.00 per day.
*All BVDoodle puppies go home on a strict spay/neuter contract where they must be altered by 8 months (females) and 10 months (males) at your expense. Once we receive documentation from your Veterinarian, the adoptive family will receive your puppy's registration paper work.
Alteration/Spay/Neuter sterilization is NOT an option, but a requirement per signed contract.
Q: What is the difference between a Labradoodles and a Multigeneration Australian Labradoodle?
A: A Labradoodle is the result of a cross between a Labrador Retriever to a Poodle, Labradoodle to Poodle, or Labradoodle to Labradoodle. The DNA comes from the Labrador Retriever and Poodle breeds only.
In the late 1980's two breeding research centers in Australia, Tegan Park and Rutland Manor, began carefully infusing several other breeds into early generations of their Lab/Poodle crosses, to improve temperament, coat, conformation, and size. The infused breeds include: Curly Coated Retriever, Irish Water Spaniel as well as the American and English Cocker Spaniel. Through extremely selective, handpicked and careful breeding the resulting labradoodles were bred to each other, generation after generation which progressed into the asthma and allergy friendly, non-shedding, clam-natured Multigeneration Australian Labradoodles we know and love today.
Q.What'st the difference between genders?
A: With the Australian Labradoodles both genders are very calm, happy, smart, lovable and sweet. Males and females will have the same temperament and do not develop gender specific traits. Males are not always larger than females. Either gender will make a perfect family companion.
Q: When can we visit the puppies?
A: Our puppies health and well-being are our primary concern. Puppies under the age of 16 weeks have not received a complete set of vaccinations and are susceptible to all types of bacteria and viruses. We do not allow visitors unless you have we have a deposit. Families with a deposit will pick their puppy with our guidance at 8 weeks of age on go home day. We ask that families come wearing clean clothing which hasn't been exposed to other animals or contaminates that may harm the puppies.
Adoption of your Bull Valley Australian Labradoodle includes:
Micro-chipping for identification purposes
Age appropriate vaccinations and de-worming
Litter registration with ALAA
A 2 year health guarantee against life threatening genetic defects
A few days worth of puppy food we are currently feeding
A security blanket with scents from siblings and our home
Lifetime support including re-homing. If you have any questions or concerns we are always here to help.