F1 Labra Doodle Males (Tigger) – Born July 27, 2014

All of Tigger’s male puppies have been sold!

Tigger, English Chocolate Lab, and Einstein, Apricot Standard Poodle, have only two male F1 Labra Doodle pups available now. These boys will be 8 weeks old tomorrow (they were born July 27) and now have two sets of boosters and are completely vet checked.

They will be minimal to non shedding, minimal shedding means they may shed a bit but nothing like a full Lab. A good weekly brushing will take care of any loose hair and will also bond your puppy with you. These boys will mature at about 60 lbs. as Tigger is the smallest of the English Labs here and Einstein is the smallest of the Standard Poodles. The boys have nice Lab heads and square bodies, solid chests and good spring of rib like the Lab side of the family. They know to come when I whistle, they are trained to pee and poop in one area of their big pen and they sleep in a crate with the door off to make crate training go smoothly. Nails have been nipped weekly and they get paw massages daily. They have had the hair trimmed between their toes and pads, so to put it in less words, they are extremely good about having their feet handled.

These boys are not going to stay black, they are going to brindle in color, which means they are going to get chocolate and apricot hair throughout their coat as they mature. The hair of an F1 Labra Doodle is soft, not wiry like a Lab. The parents are both extremely gentle, loyal and intelligent so these will be easy to train and loyal family dogs.

For more information please use my contact page or text 306 521-1371. It is not always convenient to call this number but I assure you I will answer your text ASAP


On July 27th, Tigger (English Chocolate Lab) and Einstein (Apricot Standard Poodle) have produced their first litter of F1 Labra Doodle puppies together. These characters are all black now but are going to Brindle in color (get gold, silver and chocolate hair throughout their coat). Their coats will be shaggy, and never need to be clipped unless you want it shorter for the lake or in tick season. They all have nice Lab heads and are all showing the laid back character of the Lab. Tigger is actually my favourite of my Lab females. She is calm, gentle and very loyal, as is Einstein, so these will be very nice pups for a family with children or a hunter who wants a loyal companion.

I bottle supplemented this litter because there are 10 pups in it and I don’t feel that my girls should carry that load alone, so needless to say these are very well handled pups. They have started on a dish now and they come when I whistle, so recall is well started. They have had the little ends nipped off their nails weekly and get paw massages and laid on their back (for submission) each time they are handled. They have been subjected to kids holding them, under strict supervision, and the old barn cat has subjected them to a cat that only tolerates pups when they snuggle up to her, no pulling on fur.

They pee and poop in one small area of their pen, on straw, so it will be easy to teach them to use one area of your yard. These Doodles are very quick to pick up on what is wanted of them, they have the Poodle smarts and the easy going ways of the English Lab. This is an awesome cross that produces a great family or hunting dog.

My pups are two year health guaranteed. I am very conscientious about the quality of pups I produce as my goal is to place pups into their forever home for about 15 years. For more information on any one of these boys, or more pictures of a certain pup, let me know by the toy that is in the pictures with him and I will send all the pictures I took of that pup. Use my contact page or text 306 521-1371 for more information. They will be ready to go at 8 weeks of age which is about September 20th. The price of these boys is $800 and that includes delivery to most areas on the Central Prairies. They will have two sets of boosters, be dewormed and totally vet checked. My pups go with lots of instructions on how to keep them safe with inoculations and they have feeding instructions and a bag of the food they are used to.