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Welcome to Australian Labradoodles Midwest Connection

At ALMC crate training starts when the pups are 7 wks. old.

Pups are paired up two to a crate, then weaned down to each in their individual crate so they're VERY comfortable with their own crate when they leave for their forever homes.

At ALMC crate training starts when the pups are 7 wks. old.

Loving and being loved!

Ava loves her "momma" and can be a bit coy at times!

Loving and being loved!

What to look for when purchasing an AL?

An example of what you s/b be looking for when purchasing an Aust.Labradoodle Multigen.  Note the nose (or stop)..not a pointy long nose, a flat (almost pushed in), abrupt stop, ears high on the head, ending at the chin.  Body s/b as tall as it is long.

What to look for when purchasing an AL?

Here we are at 6 weeks!

These little darlings LOVE to be outside!  They are so cuddly and loving, just such sweet personalities! 

Here we are at 6 weeks!

Pups are loving, cuddly, FUNNY

Chance is a typical Australian Labradoodle being bred here at Australian Labradoodles Midwest Connection.  These are 9th generation AL, temperaments are very standard now, loving, silly, smart, just joyous!  A TRUE MULTIGEN!!

Pups are loving, cuddly, FUNNY

Cooper had a long delivery, but the end result was seven stocky, healthy pups.

Cooper seems to say, "look what I did", she's so proud of her brood!  For a first time mom she's doing a fabulous job!  All pups have been adopted.  Litters quickly sell...

Cooper had a long delivery, but the end result was seven stocky, healthy pups.

One of these beauties could be yours!

If you are interested in becoming a guardian to one of our AL multigens, live within 30 min. of Colgate, have an above ground fence or in ground electronic fence... please visit the Guardian Family Link to learn more...

One of these beauties could be yours!

So darling!

Just like babies, they eat, sleep, and play hard!  It's hard to tell "who's" the stuffed animal!

So darling!

Zoe is a medium Australian Labradoodle

This is another example of a stunning Australian Labradoodle being bred at Australian Labradoodle Midwest Connection.  This is what you can expect with 9th generation breedings. 

Zoe is a medium Australian Labradoodle

Licensed breeder with the state of Wisconsin, License # 266745-DS

Hi!  My name is Trish Kelley, owner of Australian Labrdoodles Midwest Connection.  I WAS located in Colgate, WI but have since moved to Oconomowoc, WI, also I've had a name change, so don't be confused!  I used to go by Pat Banachowicz, but since my "martial status changed" I've changed it to Trish (short for Patricia) Kelley!  I hope that clarifies things for those of you that wondered what happened to me :)

I have been breeding these wonderful Australian Labradoodles since 2005 and am currently producing 9th & 10th generation ALs!  I hope you find my website informative and easy to use in your journey to learning about the Australian Labradoodle, all the way to the final goal of receiving your adorable Australian Labradoodle puppy!

Like my flash intro depicts at the top of this page, my Australian Multigen Labradoodles have the hearts of a Labrador and the intelligence of a Poodle, the hunting instincts and love of swimming from the Irish Water Spaniel, and lastly, the need to snuggle and cuddle that the English Cocker Spaniel has to offer.  At Australian Labradoodles Midwest Connection I will provide you with an adorable family addition, whose personality is so loving and sweet, yet so comical and amusing!  Their silly, child-like antics will make you laugh out loud one minute and a gaze from their deep dark eyes will pull at your heartstrings the next!  Their beautiful coats are allergy and asthma free and non-shedding, practically maintenance free!  Owning one of these dogs of the future is a must for families that want the best of everything wrapped up in one big bundle of love!

UPDATE!!
Taking application and deposits for my Spring 2014 litters.

To receive my "Puppy Application and Information Document" click on the "Contact Us" tab to request these forms.

Sierra delivered 5 puppies on 3/10! (pups going home end of May).   Then my Bindie delivered 5 pups almost a week later on 3/19, all of these puppies have been adopted!
Next to deliver is my Ginger, Ginger is due around 5/1 with pups going to their forever homes approximately the 1st of July. Ginger,  a lovely red, large mini, was bred to my Keeper who is a cream, medium in size.  Pups should weigh in the 20-30 lb range and stand 16" to 18" at the shoulders.

Lastly is my Billie Jean, she too is pregnant!  Billie Jean is a black mini and was bred to my medium size Dublin, (red in color).   Puppies will be either reds or blacks and are due around 5/8 with puppies going to their permanent homes around July 15th...

Don't hesitate to get on my waitlist for a puppy from one of these three lovely pairs, as Spring is my busy time of year!   Click on the "Contact Us" tab at the top to inquire about my adoption process :)
Thank you!  Trish Kelley

 
 

ATT00042In the late 1980's, Tegan Park and Rutland Manor, the two founders of the Australian Labradoodle as we know it today, began carefully infusing several other breeds into early generations of their Lab/Poodle crosses, to improve temperament, coat, confirmation, and size. The infused breeds include Irish Water Spaniel as well as the American and English Cocker Spaniel. The resulting labradoodles subsequently had been bred to each other, continuing the multi-generational tradition.

Today, Australian Labradoodles are wonderful intelligent dogs with lush coats that are more reliably  non-shedding and allergy friendly than other types of Labradoodles such as first generation Lab/Poodle crosses, or first generation crosses bred back to Poodles. Even when the other types of Labradoodles are bred on for generations, the result is not an Australian Labradoodle, as the attributes of the infused breeds were not included in their ancestry. Australian Labradoodle Midwest Connection is breeding our NINTH Multi-Generational Australian Labradoodles to offer the best of both worlds: a wonderful family-oriented people pleaser, highly intelligent, with low shedding to no shedding, non-allergenic, and a fact that's very important to me, having a home that doesn't smell like a dog!  There are VERY FEW DOG ODORS WITH THIS AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE BREED!

IMG_3986An Australian Labradoodle dog is perfect for people who suffer from asthma and allergies, with many cases of families with allergy problems adopting this Australian Multigenerational Labradoodle breed and having no issues going forward with allergies to their dog!  The other bonus is there being less mess and odor in their homes.

Be sure to settle for nothing less than an Australian Labradoodle Multigen, bred for years to consistently produce high quality companions.

Enjoy the rest of this site and please email me with any questions regarding our breeding program! I look forward to honoring your request with the perfect Australian Labradoodle companion for you and your family!

 
 

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