Jan & Mike Sunday
We are a small, in-home breeder located in Delta, PA!
Our dogs live in our home as our cherished pets and family members where we strive for them to be happy, loving, and healthy so they can pass these wonderful qualities onto their puppies. As a breeder member of the Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA), we follow their guidelines in order to provide families with the best Labradoodle puppies possible. We strive to produce Labradoodles with low to non-shedding, allergy friendly coats, with sound minds and bodies and with loving dispositions. Our puppies are raised in our home and given meticulous care. We take great pride in the individual attention and love each puppy receives.
We fell in love with the Australian Labradoodle because of the wonderful qualities they are known for – loving, intelligent, loyal companions, energetic, athletic, comical, eager to please, easy to train, and little to no doggie odor – a great family pet! They bring us such joy! We’re excited to help you find the perfect addition to your family.
The Australian Labradoodle breed dates back to the 1980’s and was initiated with the intent to create a breed that had the temperament of a service dog and was allergy and asthma friendly. During the 1990’s breeders in Australia began breeding Labradoodles to a number of other dog breeds in an effort to produce litters with consistent conformation, coat type, and temperament. Most often the English Cocker Spaniel and American Cocker Spaniel were the breeds used, however, it is reported that a few other dog breeds were also introduced into certain lines. DNA evidence of these dog breeds are still found in a few lines today, while others were bred out and not re-introduced into any other blood lines. Currently the Australian Labradoodle is considered to be a cross between the Poodle, Cocker Spaniel and Labrador Retriever, while the Labradoodle is a cross between the Labrador Retriever and Poodle. This distinction of the breeds and the ALAA’s commitment to the breeds’ health was formally recognized with the creation of the separate breed code Australian Labradoodle by the OFA (the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals).