Manor Lake Australian Labradoodles
breeds genuine Australian Labradoodles in Bellingham, Washington
Manor Lake Australian Labradoodles of Bellingham, Washington, breeds miniature, medium, and standard Australian Labradoodles in a variety of sizes and colors. With the center situated on multiple acres of rural property, there is plenty of room for the dogs to play, and the breeder raises each dog as a member of the family, providing them with healthy socialization and establishing an early foundation for obedience training. Manor Lake Australian Labradoodles follows breeding guidelines established by the Australian Labradoodle Club of America (ALCA) and the Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA), of which the organization is a member of both. Manor Lake is also a gold paw level breeder with the ALAA of which Kim is the Vice President of.
Australian Labradoodles were first seen in the 1980s in Australia. They were initially developed to create an allergy- and asthma-friendly, non-shedding service/guide dog with a good temperament and low to no odor. Australian Labradoodles feature many other positive traits that make them ideal for almost any household. For instance, they love both children and other animals, including dogs and cats, and their intelligence and loyal demeanor make them easily trainable. Learn more about Manor Lake and the breeder’s dogs at www.manorlakelabradoodles.com.