Meet The Parents

Our breeding program will be focused on producing the ultimate family dog. Our goal is to produce healthy puppies with friendly dispositions and beautiful low-shed silky fleece coats. As we slowly grow our program, you will see new parents show up here. For the foreseeable future we plan to keep mama dogs only. By using artificial insemination, we can bring in genes from all over the United States, keeping our puppies healthy with genetic diversity.

It All Began With Hula

Hula is our own dear Australian Labradoodle, who we are breeding simply because the world needs more dogs like her. She red (a rare coat that darkened as she grew), a petite 15 pounds, and the smartest, most loving dog we have ever had. She never met a human she didn’t like, and will play with any dog. Training has never been easier or faster with any other dog we have had, since she makes mental connections at an amazing rate, and is motivated both to please and by the treats!

Sinking your fingers into her coat is an absolute pleasure, and because she sheds less than we do, she is welcome to snuggle in our beds, which pleases everyone in the family.

Spring Creekʻs Paradise Found

“Hula”

ALAA – Pending

Mini Multi-gen Australian Labradoodle

Coat: Red wavy fleece

Size: 15″ tall at the shoulder and 17 pounds

Health:

Paw Print Genetics Australian Labradoodle Panel

Degenerative Myelopathy – Normal (clear)

Exercise-Induced Collapse – Normal (clear)

Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis – Normal (clear)

Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures – Normal (clear)

Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Cone-Rod Dystrophy 4 – Normal (clear)

Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration – Normal (clear)

Von Willebrand Disease I – Normal (clear)

Coat Trait Test

SD Locus (Shedding) – sd/sd – Low Shedding

Cerf: Persistent pupillary membranes – iris-to-iris bilaterally – otherwise clear

OFA – Good hip conformation, negative for elbow dysplasia

Wallace – Normal hips/elbows

Parentage:

Dam – Spring Creekʻs Moment of Clarity

Sire – Spring Creekʻs Flaming Arrow