Expected Labradoodle Litters

We are proud to introduce our lovely Australian Labradoodle ladies and their beaus! This page is for our planned upcoming litters… enjoy!

To be placed on our wait list, fill out our adoption application and then place a non-refundable reservation fee with us for one of our labradoodle puppies. Our applications are filled in the order we receive them. If there is not a puppy that suits your request in the current litter, then your name will be moved to the next wait list that matches your puppy request.

Please note that due to covid 19 we and all breeders have been overwhelmed with puppy emails and applications and so we have put an auto reply to answer the emails of families that are not on a litter list.  Our adoption application is internal and so the auto reply does not get generated but we will keep your puppy application and please contact us again directly via phone WHEN you see a litter list open up that has room and would be a good fit for your family.  Thank you for your patience in this unprecidented time!

Copper Canyon Minnie and Springville’s Lil Red Bentley – 2020

Miniature Australian Labradoodle Litter – planned for fall/winter 2020

Golds, chocolates and blacks, possibly with white parkings, expected size 16 – 26 pounds

Minnie is a super cute little black girl with a great sense of fun.  She is social and sweet and is a good snuggler and plays well with children (she lives in a guardian home with kids).  She’s a daughter of Lizzie and Sunset and she has inherited her parents great temperament and is somewhere between them for size.  Minnie carries for gold and chocolate and possibly parti.  We are going to let Bentley do the honours this time as his easy going manner and great temperament will pair really well with her, we think.  It doesn’t hurt that Bentley is as handsome as they come either!  These will be cute puppies!  I would expect between five and six puppies in her litter.

This litter would be graded as multigen Australian Labradoodles and expected size will be between 16 and 16 pounds.

Deposits pre-booked for this litter:

  1.  1. CCL??
  2. 2. The Bond family
  3. 3. The Wilhelm family
  4. 4. The Karamani family
  5. 5.The Flutet-Fowles family
  6. And if there’s more:
  7. 6. The Clempson family

Labradoodledoo’s Leela and Copper Canyon Lukka

Lukka, cream australian labradoodle stud

Medium Australian Labradoodle Litter – planned for fall/winter 2020

Golds, chocolates, phantoms and blacks, possibly with white parkings, expected size 26 – 40 pounds

What a beautiful girl! Leela comes to us from a number of generations of therapy lines and her temperament is absolutely stellar! She is a mid sized medium multigen American Labradoodle so she brings new bloodlines to us. With her lovely nature and beautiful markings, we expect puppies from her to be amazing! Leela does carry for mini genetics too, so it will not surprise us if we have a litter from her with sizes ranging from mini to medium.

Lukka is going to be the dad for this litter and his lovely temperament and easy going manner will be a good pairing we think.  Lukka carries for chocolate and black as well as phantom and parti so we will see chocolates, blacks, phantoms and golds in their litter and parti markings in any of those colours.  Lukka is a 35 pound multigen Australian Labradoodle carrying for miniature as well as medium.This litter would be graded as Australian labradoodles.  As both parents carry for mini and medium, we expect their babies to finish mostly between 30 and 40 pounds, tho we may see one or two finish larger than that and one or two finish smaller than that.

Deposits pre-booked for this litter:

  1.  1. CCL??
  2. 2.  CCL?
  3. 3. The Jull Pastershank family
  4. 4. The Roberts Denny family
  5. 5. The Harrison family
  6. 6. The A Mann family
  7. 7. The Wade family
  8. 8. The Reed family

Copper Canyon Call the Piper (Piper) and CD Milan’s Baby Bartholomew (Bart)

Small Miniature Australian Labradoodle Litter – planned for fall/winter 2020

Apricots and golds, expected size between 12 – 18 pounds

Piper is a super nice little girl out of Angie’s last litter with Bentley. She is a lovely fleece coated girl with exceptional temperament. She is social and friendly, great around children and her guardian family can’t say enough nice things about her! She has finished out as a nice miniature size of 20 pounds and has passed her health testing with flying colours.  We’re going to let her pair with a cute little micro mini apricot boy named Bart (thank you Karen McKay!) as we think he’d make a great pairing with her.  Bart is described as happy, fun, intelligent, sweet, kind – full of life – the perfect family companion.

This litter would be graded as multigen Australian Labradoodles and expected size will be between 12 and 18 pounds.

Deposits pre-booked for this litter:

  1.  1. CCL??
  2. 2. The Dhari family
  3. 3. The Kon family
  4. 4. The Geib family
  5. 5. The D Thomas family

Copper Canyon Ceilidh (Kayley) and Pine Lodge’s Mini Red Cooper (Cooper) – 2020

Mini Australian Labradoodle Litter – Summer 2020

Golds, apricots, expected size to be18 – 25 pounds.

Introducing Ceilidh!  She is a sweet and snuggly little red girl who is just charming!  She lives in a guardian home in White Rock and they love her to bits.  She has regular visits from grand kids and she loves to play with the other dogs in their extended family.  She is a daughter of Piper and Fergus and we are delighted with her.

Cooper is going to do the honours this time and his easy going nature and good looks will be a good pairing, I think.  Thank you Karen for letting him be the dad!  We wanted a gold or apricot boy for her and so these two together will have an entire litter of golds or apricots.  This litter would be graded as multigen Australian Labradoodles.

Reservations pre-booked for this litter:

  1. 1.  maybe CCL
  2. 2.  The Andrews family
  3. 3.  The Christensen family, Duncan BC
  4. 4.  The Kydd family
  5. And if there’s more:
  6. 5. The Hung family

Copper Canyon Rosie and Copper Canyon Ace It!

Small to Full Sized Mediums (and Possibly Full Sized Minis) Australian Labradoodle Litter – due Aug 2020

Golds, apricots, blacks, possibly chocolates, expected size to be 30 – 40 pounds.

Introducing Rosie! Rosie is a daughter of Tawney out of our Lil Red Bentley and she is a really sweet girl! Rosie is a really sweet and easy going girl who just seems to “fit into” whatever is going on!  She is a friendly and playful girl, quite gentle and well used to kids as she has two of them in her guardian family. She has a lovely coat of soft reddish gold fleece and she reminds me a lot of her mom in her face but more like Bentley with her coat. She is a nice full sized mini/very small medium in size.

I’m thinking to let Ace be the dad of this litter.  He carries for deep gold and is parti.  Ace is one of the most easy going and sweet natured boys you will ever meet! He’s chill and friendly and ever so handsome.  He’s a son of Domino and is full brother to our Lukka.  Ace has a beautiful coat of straighter fleece that does not tend to matt and he’s beautifully put together.  He’s a bigger boy at almost 50 pounds and when paired with Rosie their puppies will likely be bigger than Rosie and smaller than dad.  We might see tuxedos and partis in this litter and for sure we will see golds, apricots, blacks and possibly creams or chocolates.  This litter would be graded as multigen Australian Labradoodles.

Reservations pre-booked for this litter:

  1. 1. The Niles family
  2. 2. The Tam family
  3. 3. The S.D. Brown family (moved from Amber’s litter – only want a girl)
  4. 4. The Vallee family
  5. 5. The Chow family

 

 

Canadoodles Dorrie and Springville’s Lil Red Bentley – 2020

Full Size Miniature/Sm Medium Australian Labradoodle Litter – planned for summer 2020 – confirmed pregnant with ultrasound

reds, apricots, golds and parti markings or tuxedo markings.  Likely to be 22 – 27 pounds when fully grown

Introducing Dorrie!  Dorrie is a sweet natured girl who has a zest for life and has an all around great personality.  She lives in a guardian home and competes in 4 H with their daughter, which is great fun for both of them.  She’s a lovely full sized mini with a beautiful fleece coat and we are excited that she has passed her health testing with good results.

This is a repeat pairing and her litter with Bentley was just lovely.  His easy going charm and great personality is a good match for her sweet manner.  Bentley also has a gorgeous fleece coat and he carries for parti markings as well.  He’s quite the well loved fellow around town and his guardian family love him to bits (he’s the resident fishing buddy).  I would expect their puppies to finish out as full sized minis or small mediums and we would see various shades of gold thro apricot and possibly parti markings.  This litter would be graded as multigen Australian Labradoodles.  Dorrie had six puppies last time, so we will see what she has this time…

Reservations pre-booked for this litter:

  1. The Gill family
  2. The N.K. Brown family
  3. The McComas family
  4. The Symonds family, Surrey BC
  5. The Grenier family

Copper Canyon Mia Mia and Leapfrog Oliver – winter 2020

Medium Australian Labradoodle Litter – planned for fall/winter 2020

Golds and apricots, expected size to be between 27 and 35 pounds

This is Mia, our daughter out of Penny’s first litter with Murphy.  She is a super friendly apricot girl with a lovely coat of deep apricot curls.  She’s right on the cusp between full sized mini and small medium for size.  Mia has never met a person or dog she didn’t like!  Happy go lucky and outgoing without being bossy or a brat, she is a great dog and her guardian family loves her to bits.  Her daddy is retired from siring puppies, but he is a beautiful 36 pound medium gold and white parti boy, so we may see some tuxedo markings on her puppies.  Mia is out of a litter of 9 puppies so it will not surprise me if she does the same.

Because I want her to have a litter of mid sized mediums (and also because our red stud Bentley is her grand daddy) we have chosen to have Oliver sire this litter (so thank you Tai and Cheyenne!).  Oliver is a really nice boy with moderate boning and a beautiful wavy apricot fleece coat.  His easy going manner and friendliness will complement Mia perfectly and we look forward to their babies together.  Oliver is out of a 30 pound parent and a 38 pound parent, so he is a nice mid sized 34 pounds with ability to produce puppies both bigger and a bit smaller than himself.  This litter would be graded as multi gen Australian Labradoodles and I would expect the puppies to finish out between 27 and 35 pounds when fully grown.

Reservations pre-booked for this litter:

  1. 1.  possibly CCL
  2. 2. The Fletcher family
  3. 3. The Thethi family
  4. 4. The Williamson family (moved from Luna’s litter as there was not enough puppies)
  5. 5. The McFarland family
  6. 6. The Henderson family
  7. 7. Family in Richmond
  8. 8. The Maleschuk family
  9. 9. The Coopersmith Prugh family

 

Copper Canyon Zola and Hilton’s Copernicus Theodore (Teddy)

Miniature Australian Labradoodle Litter, planned for fall/winter 2020

Chocolates, apricots, possibly phantoms in this litter.  Expected size between 18 and 25 pounds

Zola is a fun and good natured little chocolate phantom mini out of Molly and Sunset.  She’s a smaller sized mini and has a lovely coat of curly chocolate fleece.  She’s a really calm girl to have in the house, although she loves to play with other dogs and race around the yard with them.  We love her phantom colour and we are excited to see babies from her!  I’m thinking to pair her with Teddy this time, a super friendly and sweet natured boy.  He has a gorgeous non shedding coat of gold fleece and carries for parti and chocolate.  Teddy is the dad to Charlie and Topper, and is registered with the ALAA as a stud for developing new bloodlines of Australian Labradoodles.  He is a multigen cockapoo (cockapoo is in the parentage of all Australian Labradoodles), so would bring new bloodlines for us to move forward with. Their litter together would be graded as Australian Labradoodles.

Their babies together will finish out in the mini size range and we would expect chocolates and golds.  We may also see white tuxedos or parti markings in the litter as well.  Their size will range between 18 and 25 pounds I would expect.  Her first litter had six puppies and so that seems a reasonable guesstimate again!  This litter would be graded as multigen Australian Labradoodles.

Deposits pre-booked for this litter:

  1.  1. CCL??
  2. 2. The Howard Prince family
  3. 3. The Segal family
  4. 4. Mainland family
  5. 5.The Scollon family