Copper Canyon Lunar Eclipse (Luna) and Puppy Patch’s Elliott – 2021

Miniature Australian Labradoodle Litter – due Sept 2021

golds, blacks and chocolates, 18 – 22 pounds when fully grown

Introducing Luna!  Luna is a soft natured, gentle girl with a beautiful coat of chocolate phantom fleece that is absolutely plush coat of soft fleece.  She’s a really nicely put together girl. Luna adores her ball and playing fetch, going for walks, couch time and looking for squirrels!  At 18 – 20 pounds, she is a smaller sized mini girl. She is out of our Lukka and carries for parti and gold.  We are thinking that Elliott would make a good sire for this litter.  Here is what Elliot’s “mom” has to say about him:  “Elliott has come to us from Puppy Patch Australian Labradoodles in Kelowna BC.  He is a darling mini boy who brings a wickedly awesome temperament in a 17 inch tall, 16 lb package.  Elliott is uber happy, super social, easy to train gem of a dog!”  Thank you Kim from Moonstruck Bernedoodles for letting us borrow him!

I would expect this litter to mature to be full sized minis and smaller mediums, so a perfect size for families.  This litter would be graded as multigen Australian Labradoodles.

As this may be Luna’s last litter for us, we want to keep back a girl and a boy for ourselves, so there will initially be only two spaces available on this litter list.  If she has more puppies, we will make them available after they are born.  This litter will go live on July 16th at 10am.  Please make sure your puppy form is in before that date, if you are sending in an email of intent on that day, and if you are renting please also make sure that you send in confirmation of permission to rent with a pet prior to it going live.

Reservations pre reserved for this litter:

  1. Copper Canyon Labradoodles
  2. Copper Canyon Labradoodles
  3. possible breeding prospect
  4. The Kaukinen family
  5. The Liu family

This litter will be done via time/date stamp and if the “demand” for this litter is sort of back to normal, we will open up another litter and trial going back to the (former) usual way.