home

our dogs

puppies

breeding program

photo albums

resources

contacts

 

 

to Amalie Labradoodles - an outstanding, accredited breeding program located on the Bellarine Peninsula (Victoria), Australia. We specialise in beautiful multi-generation Australian Labradoodles with exceptional temperament and health attributes.

Well known for their intelligence and lovable, playful nature, Labradoodles have an easy to care for coat that typically does not shed. They make wonderful family companions.

Click on the links to read more about Amalie and our home based, family run program. We hope you enjoy our site – please contact us if you have any queries - Tracey


Amalie's waiting list is currently closed.
We aim to be able to offer puppies to our applicants within 6-12 months and we will reopen when we can accomodate new applicants.

Our covid update explains how the waiting list works and why we can't give you a firm indication on timing.

_____________________________

We are always elvolving our program to ensure we offer our families wonderful puppies - healthy and happy.

- Many of our breeding dogs are retiring so new bloodlines can be introduced. We have a gorgeous new stud from La Maison Labradoodles.

- We have partnered with Frontier pets superior freeze dried raw food supplier

- Our puppy rearing program gives your pup the best training head start to help him or her settle into your home. We use and are recognised by both Avidog and Puppy Culture ... while we have always been doing many of the activities to enhance early socialisation and development intergenerational implemention is reaping huge benefits for our pups and their families.
__________________________

To see a bit of what we do here at Amalie. Check out our "Totally Wild" segement on our Contacts page.

Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with all our happenings.

_________________________

Amalie is accredited with the City of Greater Geelong and we are audited regularly (2019 pre-covid). We abide by the Victorian Code of Practice (for breeding and rearing puppies) and health test all of our breeding boys and girls to the highest standards.

In 2018, I chose not to renew my membership with the Australian Labradoodle Association (ALA). At that time, I agreed with the fundamental principles of the association however an evidence based approach to breeding our wonderful labradoodles was also an imperative for me. I had found the ALA's processes in considering and adopting new research limited development of the breed.

In managing our program I work closely with specialists so that I can bring together my passion with science and evidence based practice to raise puppies of the highest standard. Please contact us if you have questions.

Amalie's CV ...
While a member of the ALA  (2007-2018) I held the offices of President, Vice President, Secretary, Complaints Officer, New Breeder Coordinator. I developed new policies to strengthen health testing and led major revisions of governance documents including the ALA Code of Ethics and ALA Rules.

Breedor mentoring is a vital part of protecting the health and vigour of our breed - by teaching new breeders the value of ethical breeding practices and supporting knowledge and skill development, we can know that the puppies we raise as a breeder community are in safe hands. By educating breeders in ways they can support new owners - you can have confidence in the breeder and the puppy you are inviting into your home and family. I mentor and collaborate with Australian Labradoodle breeders all around the world in an endeavour to share knowledge and enhance breeder skills. I lead an international mentoring group.

In my other life I am a midwife, neonatal specialist, former lactation consultant and have a Master's of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
You are welcome to ask questions and scrutinise my breeding program - I am confident you will find that I uphold values and practices of excellence where our puppies are placed first and foremost.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

© Amalie Labradoodles 2009
website by PixelTree