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Australian Labradoodles Serving Boston, MA

Australian Labradoodles in Boston, MA

You may assume a Labradoodle is merely a crossbreed between a Labrador and a Poodle, correct? In reality, the situation is more complex. There exists a variety of Labradoodle types, each distinguished by unique traits. Therefore, it is essential to acquaint oneself with the distinctions among them.

Labradoodles and Australian Labradoodles are popular types of dogs that have gained a lot of attention in recent years. They are both a mix of two different breeds, the Labrador Retriever and the Poodle. Even though they share some similarities, there are some important differences between them.

The Labradoodle was created in the 1980s to be a guide dog for people who are allergic to dogs. The breed was developed by combining the best qualities of a friendly and intelligent Labrador Retriever with the non-shedding coat of a Poodle. However, Labradoodles can look and behave quite differently from one another because the breed is still being developed. Some have curly, wavy, or straight coats, and not all of them are hypoallergenic.

The Australian Labradoodle is a dog breed that has been refined and standardized over time. It originated in Australia in the 1990s through the crossing of Labradoodles with other breeds such as the Irish Water Spaniel and the Curly Coated Retriever, among others. The primary goal was to enhance specific traits, including coat consistency, temperament, and allergy-friendliness. Australian Labradoodles are known for their non-shedding and allergy-friendly coats, which are available in miniature, medium, and standard sizes.

The Australian Labradoodle exhibits a temperament that distinguishes it from the Labradoodle. Through selective breeding aimed at enhancing trainability and temperament, this breed has become an ideal choice for both families and therapy work. Owing to their breeding history, Australian Labradoodles possess a more predictable and desirable temperament than Labradoodles.

In essence, both Labradoodles and Australian Labradoodles belong to the category of dogs that originate from two different breeds. However, Australian Labradoodles have undergone controlled and consistent breeding, leading to a more standardized breed characterized by predictable traits such as coat type, size, and temperament. Australian Labradoodles in Boston, MA might be the right fit for you, so contact us today!

  • 1. Families decide which litter interests them.

  • 2. Submit your application and wait to hear from us. Will be in touch very soon!

  • 3. Discuss size, gender, color, coat, timing, temperament, and any other needs or wants.

  • 4. Read what you get with a Welcome Acres Labradoodle by going to our Pricing page.

  • 5. Once your application is approved and we have spoken, then you will need to submit your application fee/deposit (Paypal or Credit Card only). To reserve a specific puppy or to be added to a litters waiting list. Payments are non-refundable.

  • 6. Approved Application is then sent to the “Forever Family”.

  • 7. Due to Parvovirus we do not offer pre visitation days.

  • 8. Welcome Acres Puppies can and will be designated at various ages of their lives, with the primary designation done at 6 weeks (+ or -) of age. Welcome Acres does the selection based on priority of reservation, needs & wants, and most importantly the “Doodle Fit”.

  • 9. Around 8 weeks of age the Welcome Acres Labradoodle’s chosen veterinarian will continue protocol, vaccinate, flea & heart worm preventative, & exam.

  • 10. Generally, the puppies go home at 8 weeks old.

  • 11. Welcome Acres Labradoodles reserves the right to retain any puppy(s) in a litter for breeding purposes. Therefore, not every puppy in every litter will be available.

  • 12. Speak directly with Welcome Acres Labradoodles in regards to your final payment options.

  • 13. Welcome Acres requires a signed Spay / Neuter Contract before delivery of the Welcome Acres Puppy (except in the case of a designated Welcome Acres Breeder).

Long Distance?

From Boston, MA, you can adopt a puppy from us with the following options:

  • You can pick up your puppy
  • Utilize our flight nanny
  • Personal delivery (for additional fees, depending on location)

When you choose to adopt a Labradoodle from Welcome Acres, we provide you with a comprehensive package that includes the following items:

  • A detailed pedigree outlining the ancestry of your new companion
  • A 2-year genetic health guarantee
  • A veterinary health check to assess the overall health of your puppy before you take him or her home
  • A Microchip to help identify your dog if he or she becomes lost or stolen
  • Official registration for Australian Labradoodles ensuring your puppy is recognized as a legitimate breed
  • A Puppy Health Record that documents your puppy’s health and medical history
  • Age-Appropriate worming treatments to ensure your puppy is free from intestinal parasites
  • Initial puppy vaccinations to protect you puppy against common diseases
  • Introduction to potty training, crate training, and walking on a leash
  • A starter supply of the puppy’s current food to help you transition your puppy to the food of your choice
  • A WAL puppy kit, that includes a folder containing puppy records and helpful puppy care information, a collar, leash, blanket, and two puppy toys
  • Lifetime support for your furry companion which includes resources to help you care for your puppy throughout his or her life

Feel Free to Call Me!
Brandie
240-346-4713

About Us

Welcome to Welcome Acres Labradoodles, a leading breeder of Australian Labradoodles located in La Plata, Maryland. La Plata, which is situated just 25 miles south of Washington, D.C., is renowned for its picturesque waterways and a diverse culinary scene featuring local delicacies such as Blue Crabs and Maryland Stuffed Ham. La Plata is an inviting and friendly small community that is sure to charm you. In addition to our breeding services, we also own a pet salon called Bark of the Town Pet Spa, which offers exceptional grooming services for your furry friends.

Our primary objective at Welcome Acres Labradoodles is to breed Australian Labradoodles that are not only visually stunning but also possess gentle and loving temperaments that make them ideal for therapy work. We prioritize the health and well-being of our dogs by conducting extensive health and genetic tests. As a responsible breeder, we strictly adhere to the codes of conduct issued by both the Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA) and the Worldwide Australian Labradoodle Association (WALA) to ensure the highest quality breeding standards. At Welcome Acres Labradoodles, we strive to bring joy and happiness to our client’s lives by providing them with healthy and loving Labradoodles that can become a cherished part of their families for many years to come.

We treat our dogs and puppies like family members and make sure they are not kept in kennels. Instead, we raise them in our homes or place them with trusted guardians. This approach allows our breeding program’s selected dogs to live happily with their forever families. Moreover, we make sure that all our puppies receive ample love and socialization to become exceptional companions.

Our specialty is breeding Australian Labradoodles that come in micro mini and mini sizes. They are known for their exceptional health and temperament and have luxurious, hypoallergenic coats that are suitable for those who are prone to allergies.

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About Boston, MA

Boston, officially the City of Boston, is the capital and most populous city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States. It serves as the cultural and financial center of the New England region of the Northeastern United States. The city has an area of 48.4 sq mi and a population of 675,647 as of 2020.

Boston is one of the United States’ oldest cities. It was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan settlers from Boston, Lincolnshire, England. During the American Revolution, Boston was home to several key events, including the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the hanging of Paul Revere’s lantern signal in Old North Church, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the siege of Boston. Following American independence from Great Britain, the city continued to play an important role as a port, manufacturing hub, and center for education and culture.

The city expanded significantly beyond the original peninsula through land reclamation and municipal annexation. It now attracts many tourists, with Faneuil Hall alone drawing more than 20 million visitors per year. Boston’s many firsts include the United States’ first public park (Boston Common, 1634), the first public school (Boston Latin School, 1635), the first subway system (Tremont Street Subway, 1897), and the first large public library (Boston Public Library, 1848).

In the 21st century, Boston emerged as a global leader in higher education and academic research. Greater Boston’s many colleges and universities include globally-ranked Harvard and MIT in neighboring Cambridge and Boston University and Northeastern University in Boston proper. Boston has become the largest biotechnology hub in the world. The city is also a national leader in scientific research, law, medicine, engineering, and business.