What testing do your breeder dogs go through?

Noble FUR Labradoodles is fully committed in maintaining the high quality this breed is known for by performing extensive health and genetic testing on all our Australian Labradoodle breeding dogs. We are honored to be recognized and registered as a Three-Star Breeder with WALA (Worldwide Australian Labradoodle Association), a Golden Paw Breeder by ALAA (Australian … Read more

What do you feed your dogs?

We feed our dogs Royal Canin which is highly recommended by veterinarians across the country because there is a veterinarian nutritionist on staff who makes sure the ingredients in the food are high quality and the diet is nutritionally balanced to meet the needs of puppies and dogs alike. As puppies are growing rapidly, and … Read more

Do you offer stud services?

We are extremely careful not to overuse our stud dogs to ensure quality breeding with our dams. However, if there is an opportunity one of our studs are not being utilized, they will be available for outside stud service to approved breeders only. We are located in Texas but have shipped fresh chilled semen all … Read more


First Generation Labradoodle or F1 – The product of a Labrador Retriever crossed with a Poodle. Coats can be inconsistent; about 30% do NOT shed or shed very little. This cross is usually not desirable for families with allergies. F1b Labradoodle or F1b – The “b” refers to a backcross, an F1 Labradoodle, bred (or … Read more

What is the difference between a Labradoodle and an Australian Labradoodle?

While Labradoodles are a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle, most people do not realize the original founders of the Australian Labradoodle from Tegan Park Research Center and Rutland Manner carefully infused six purebred breeds including the Labrador Retriever, the Poodle, the English Cocker Spaniel, the American Cocker Spaniel, Curly Coat Retriever, and … Read more

What is the guardian home program?

At Noble FUR Labradoodles, we strongly desire that all our dogs live in caring and loving homes, and this applies to our breeding dogs as well. This occasionally allows us the ability to give families one of our breeding dogs at a heavily discounted rate, to live in their home as their cherished pet while … Read more

Am I required to spay or neuter my puppy?

Yes, ALL companion pet puppies go home on a strict spay/neuter contract where they must be de-sexed. Female puppies must be spayed by 6 months of age and males by 8 months of age. Once we receive documentation that your pet has been spayed/neutered, we will gladly send registration papers for your labradoodle. Spaying or … Read more

Do you early spay/neuter your puppies?

No, we do not early spay or neuter our puppies. Many breeders choose early spay and neutering prior to the puppy going home, but after consulting with of our regular veterinarian and our reproduction veterinarian, we do not feel that it is in the best interest of the puppies to have them spayed or neutered … Read more

Where do you keep your breeding dogs?

All our dogs live with us in our homes or in loving guardian homes as family pets. Our dogs do not live in kennels! We believe that happy, healthy parents create healthy, happy puppies. One of the keys to this is that all our dogs live with our wonderful guardian families where they spend their … Read more

Do Australian Labradoodles require a lot of training?

Because the Australian Labradoodle is such an intelligent dog, they do require training either by yourself or a professional. We have learned through our dogs that a labradoodle responds well to positive reinforcement, consistency, and food during training sessions. Training is hard work for all but it pays off in the long run.