We breed quality Labradoodles, in home, underfoot--no kennels--puppies available! Member of ALAA/ALCA. Most sizes and colors available. fleece, non-shedding.
No allergy. Located in Oregon. Over 40 professional years in showing/breeding dogs! Some of America's finest Australian Labradoodles in most colors, Theraphy temperments, raised in our home on 8 acres. We have NO kennels.Non-Shedding coats-hyopallergenic. 3 year health warranty! Honesty and intergrity is our prime goal! Well socialized puppies! Puppies available now! Email or call!
Mission: Breeding the soundest Australian Labradoodles possible thru testing, pedigrees and 40 years showing and handling experience.
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DEBBIE YOUNG, OREGON
Black is beautiful !!!
Draymond in SFO!
He is a mobility service dog
Black puppies due soon!
(inquire thru website above...NOT here on Facebook, thank you!)
"Charlie's" first birthday!
The ALAA Board was planning on announcing this weekend at the Roundtable that in August it hired MVO Marketing in Atlanta to represent the ALAA in the further development of the ALAA brand, Logo, and Social Media outreach. Given the recent sequence of events, the ALAA is being proactively engaged in getting right information out. This is what has been sent to MVO - they will put it in final form and it will be released in 6 Major US Markets to the Media tomorrow.
Australian Labradoodle Association of America Press Release 9/26/19
The International Labradoodle Association doing business as the Australian Labradoodle Association of America would like to address the article regarding Labradoodles in the news yesterday and today. It’s no doubt that the founding of the Labradoodle nearly 30 years ago came out of a desire to produce a dog that had therapy and service qualities. Though the founders started the beginnings of what is known as the Labradoodle and have strong opinions about the dog today, it is important to recognize the advanced development that the Australian Labradoodle has taken over the last 15 years.
The multi-generational Australian Labradoodle (“ALD”) is very different from the Labradoodle that was presented by the original creators. It is this history of this original dog that ultimately was developed into the ALAA Australian Labradoodle. “ It’s not uncommon for great things to come out of controversial beginnings” states Alex McEwing, President of the ALAA. It’s important to acknowledge that there are some who breed without recognition of a health or pedigree standard and do look to profit from the popularity of various types of “doodles”. These dogs are not the ALAA Australian Labradoodle. So what makes an ALAA dog different? They are bred by an ALAA registered breeder. The breeder agrees to meet the ALAA health testing requirements and they submit their ALD dog’s pedigrees to be verified by the registry standards of the ALAA which has a proprietary database with over 70,000 dogs.
The ALAA through its health standards is protecting the future of the breed and its ongoing development. The recent acceptance of the ALAA Australian Labradoodle into the OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals) CHIC (Canine Health Information Center) program is a big step toward tracking the health history of the breed. It is the first time a non-AKC breed was accepted into this canine health tracking program that makes a breeder’s dogs health testing available to other breeders and the buying public.
People seek Australian Labradoodles as they are known to have endearing personalities, highly social with their humans, not prone to shedding with allergy friendly coats. The ALAA wants their Australian Labradoodles to spend the highest quality time with their families and live as long as possible. The ALAA requires all of it’s members to DNA profile their dogs through Paw Prints Genetics. This identifies the dogs permanently. DNA testing of all genetic diseases identified as at risk for the Australian Labradoodle are also tested for, along with regular eye exams and hip and elbow testing.
Getting Your Dog to Potty in Winter | Whole Dog Journal
Veterinarians see spikes in the number of cases of urinary tract infections in winter, when dogs tend to hold it for as long as possible, declining invitations to go outside at their usual potty times, and failing to take the time to empty their bladders fully when they do go outside.
FERNRIDGE LABRADOODLES,LLC is a member of the Worldwide Australian Labradoodle Association. We are giving our support to this organization as its values and vision align with ours, which is to inspire the continued improvement of the Australian Labradoodle and Labradoodle breeds through education, communication, and integrity in breeders and owners. It further aims to achieve this worldwide and has already attracted members from Canada, the US, Europe, UK, Ireland, and Scandinavia. I invite you to join our FB group WALA – Worldwide Australian Labradoodle Association for helpful information related to dog ownership and opportunities to engage with fellow pet owners. We also invite you to follow us on Instagram. Please feel welcome to use the hashtag #walalabradoodles when posting on Instagram.
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For Australian Labradoodle owners, who have purchased their pup from a WALA registered breeder, to engage and learn. Welcome!
Holiday Pet Safety: Pet Care Pro Show, Ep.12
Bright lights, sparkly tinsel, and new friends! The holiday season is finally here. Whether you're bringing home a new puppy or kitten or this is the first t...
Happy Halloween! Be safe!
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"Gus" having fun at the Oregon beach! Certified therapy dog.
Repeat litter here now!
see "information" page for price and details!
FernRidge Labradoodles, LLC.- Debbie Young, Owner's cover photo
Our "Gus" is now a certified service dog! Congratulations Pete Bailey and Gus!
Lucy and Lenny! Beautiful kiddos!
"Harvey" is offering several of his best black kiddos for family fun and therapy candidates...ready to go soon! 1 male/2 females..Fully tested. ALAA/ALCA reg'd. Can ship or deliver.
Shiney, soft, velvet-like coats. Non-shedding and Allergy friendly. Please see "nursery" page of :
Photos, prices, all information! These
are SUPER special puppies!
"Oliver" in Las Vegas...
Cody and best friend, Jenna in NY!
Repeat breeding puppies now!
"Gus" meeting a new little boy on a hike! Such a good boy!
"Oliver" in Las Vegas!
PUPPIES COMING! PUPPIES COMING! ALL COLORS!
TIP FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT HIKE, TRAVEL WITH YOUR DOG......VET WRAP! ALWAYS HAVE A ROLL WITH YOU....CUT PAW? SCAPE? MILLIONS OF THINGS CAN HAPPEN...WILL STOP BLEEDING UNTIL YOU CAN GET TO A VET AND IT'S SMALL, LIGHTWEIGHT.....BUY AT ANY DRUG STORE, FEED STORE :)
HAPPY EASTER! WWW.FERNRIDGELABRADOODLES.COM
"Chewy" looks like she enjoyed her 4th birthday party!
Milo and Henry at the beach! Two wild and crazy guys having fun! (Both Harvey son's!)
Lucy and Abby.....BFF's!
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Happy going home day!!
"HARVEY" and some of his kiddos
"Baylee" in her Christmas sweater!
CHRISTMAS PUPPIES AVAILABLE!
(No questions here, please!)
"Toby" ...18 wks old----PUPPIES AVAILABLE NEAR CHRISTMAS!
Please so not post questions here..... :)
Happy Halloween! Thank you, Janet!
A boy, his dog and pumpkins....all anyone needs! Chance and his best buddy in CA.
Sooner or later, your dog will get chewing gum, tar, tree sap, burrs, or some other sticky or tenacious substance in her fur. To get rid of sticky stuff without cutting the hair, work some vegetable oil into the goo with your fingers. The oil will help break up the goo into smaller pieces, which you can gently pull out of the fur. When you're done, bathe your dog with a mild dog shampoo to remove the vegetable oil.
Never use paint thinner, turpentine, nail-polish remover, or other solvents to remove messes from your dog's fur: they are toxic if licked off or absorbed through the skin.
We are located near Veneta, Oregon 3 miles from Fern Ridge Lake
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