Service Dogs

The Australian Labradoodle breed was created around 1970 by the Guide Dog Association to create an allergy friendly service dog. This was the start to the Australian, multi-generation Labradoodle as we know it today.

We define service dogs as a dog that assists a person or persons with disabilities, the disability can range from Autism, to Multiple Sclerosis, to Deafness. Assistance Dogs not only provide a specific service to their handlers, but also greatly enhance their lives by increasing freedom and independence.

Australian Labradoodles have outstanding temperaments, and many have made great service dogs! We temperament test all of our Australian Labradoodles prior to placing them as service dogs, and understand the importance of both matching the puppy with the owner, and selecting a puppy that can handle a wide variety of circumstances, which is critical to being a service companion.