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We’ve got Labradoodle puppies coming soon.

WE’VE GOT NEW LITTERS PLANNED FOR 2020

Check Back Soon For Information About These New Litters

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Cherry and Jackson
(Medium)
Due January 26th – 28th
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Nutmeg - Agape Labradoodles Evergreens Lady Nutmeg
Nutmeg and Kobe
Standard
Due January 12th – 14th
Pine Lodge Colorados Jackson Kobe
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Bindi and Kobe
Medium – Small Standard
Due Early March
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Aspen and Finnegan
Mini & Small Mediums
Due in March
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Agape Labradoodles’ Kona McCream
Kona and Rey
Medium
Planned Fall 2020
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Agape Labradoodles Evergreen Lucy
Lucy and Reggy
Medium
Planned Fall 2020
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Interested In One Of Our New Labradoodle Puppies?

Here’s how to get started:  Simply visit the Adoption Process page to learn more and get started.

For the latest “Litter News” follow Agape Labradoodles on Facebook and on Instagram to see the latest photos.  You can also see these photos on our Instagram gallery feed as well.

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AGAPE LABRADOODLES, DENVER COLORADO

Enjoying strong popularity in short order, the Australian Labradoodle breed has become well known quickly.  Bred to be an allergy/asthma/non shedding friendly service dog, the Australian Labradoodle went on to prove they could also be a playful, joyful, gentle, loving, versatile family and therapy dog.  An Australian Labradoodle approaches life head-on at breakneck speed, and they approach every new friend with the same enthusiasm.  An Australian Labradoodle is easy to train since they are incredibly intelligent and eager to please.

Agape Labradoodles follows the guidelines of the Australian Labradoodle associations and clubs we belong to and specializes in the true Multi-generational Australian Labradoodle with bloodlines originating from Australia.  Agape Labradoodles believe that puppies should be socialized from birth. That is why all of our puppies are born and raised in our home, and receive constant “UNCONDITIONAL LOVE” from us and our 13 grandchildren. Overall Australian Labradoodles are fantastic for first time dog owners and experienced dog lovers.

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LABRADOODLE PROPERTY LAWS

If I like it, IT’S MINE
If it’s in my mouth, IT’S MINE
If I had it a little while ago, IT’S MINE
If I can take it away from you, IT’S MINE
IF IT’S MINE, it must never appear to be yours
If I chew something up, ALL THE PIECES ARE MINE
If it’s edible, IT’S MINE
If I saw it first, IT’S MINE
If I want it back, IT’S MINE
If I get tired of it, IT’S STILL MINE
If it just looks like mine, IT’S MINE
If you have something and put it down, IT’S MINE
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You’ve heard it before. Your children’s pleas every time they see a dog: “Please, can we get one?! I’ll take care of it, I promise!” You’re torn. A new four-legged family member would help your kids learn responsibility and make your home that much happier. But naturally, you begin to think of some downsides: “Dogs…
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