Raising amazing Doodles, one at a time, with extra love and attention, for a healthy pet your family will love.
Australian Labradoodle Chloe from Sugar Pine Doodles. Chloe is an apricot Australian Labradoodle with a wavy fleece coat. She weighs 25 pounds and is a perfect lap doodle. We love her immensely.
Multi-Generation Australian Labradoodle "Layla"
Multi-Generation, Australian Labradoodle, Layla, is a miniature doodle, weighing 20 pounds. Layla's coat is a soft fleece Chocolate Cafe. Layla spends her time loving on our son. She is learning to be his peanut allergy doodle and she sleeps in his room every night. We love Layla so much and can't imagine our lives without her.
Sugar Pine Doodles is located in the beautiful, Amador County, California. We are a small, in home, breeder, breeding miniature Multi-Generation Australian Labradoodles, Australian Labradoodles, and Doodle rescues. Our pets are everything to us, they even sleep in our master bedroom every night. Without a doubt, we take them everywhere with us, including every family function, kids sporting events, day trips, and always to our local Feed Barn and Lowes (unfortunately, our local grocer won't let our perfect pets come grocery shopping). We even make special dog food and homemade treats. We really LOVE our pets.
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We have been dog owners our entire lives and breeders for about 15 years between the two of us. Dale bred Cocker Spaniels and Jeannine bred Labrador Retrievers many years ago. Then in 2006 we purchased, Kona, a chocolate, multi-generational, Australian Labradoodle from Darby Park Doodles located in Brentwood, California. For the first four years with Kona we watched, tested, trained, and fell in love with her and the Australian Labradoodle Breed. We were amazed daily at her kindness, intelligence, connection to people, and the way she carried herself. After time passed we decided with guidance from our mentor breeder, our Vet, and our family that we wanted to breed Kona. (Luckily, we had purchased Kona with breeding rights for $8,000 dollars in 2006 so we had full legal right to breed her.) So, around 2010 we bred her to Rocky from Darby Park Doodles and the rest is history…
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