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We are a boutique breeder of the Australian Labradoodle 

and a proud member of the Australian Labradoodle Association.  Kalina is an aboriginal word meaning 'to love'

and we are passionate about breeding Multi-Generation Australian Labradoodles and keeping to the breed standards

set by the Australian Labradoodle Association.  Our breeding program is focused on careful selection of

genetic health,  strength and temperaments with a focus on fun loving, happy, confident, extremely clever and

intuitive companion and breeding dogs who are easy to train.


Our litters are lovingly and carefully raised in our home by our family, so our puppies are ready for your family. 

Our goal is to  breed healthy, happy, intelligent, Australian Labradoodles with low to non-shedding coats in fleece or wool.   

The non-shedding fleece and wool coats in the Australian Labradoodle are considered allergy friendly with a low doggy odour.  


The Australian Labradoodle is adaptable and remarkably unstressed, intuitive and responsive to human emotions which makes them a great candidate for the role of assistance dog from medical alert dogs to therapy dogs.  They get on well with children and love the company of their human family.  They enjoy regular exercise.  The Australian Labradoodle seeks out the company of their family and are happiest when they are with you as an active member of the family unit.  


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Being a boutique breeder, we choose to raise only 3 or 4 litters each year.  Our home is on 4.5 acres (18,210 m2) in the beautiful Samford Valley, just 21kms north west of Brisbane.   We have Animal Breeder Approval with the Moreton Bay Regional Council - AN/5115, a member of the Australian Labradoodle Association #0155-14, and operate by their code of ethics.

Breeder Identification Number with QLD Bio Security - BIN0000498950886.     Our breeding practices follow the standards and guidelines in the QLD Standards and Guidelines for Breeding  Dogs and their Progeny - released on the 1st October 2018 -  



Our litters are born inside our home and remain in close proximity to mum and our family for their first 4 weeks.  They relocate outside with our own labradoodle family members where they learn to play and socialise in a large safe area with access to lots of grass to learn correct toileting from a young age.  


When the puppies are old enough we expose them to a variety of situations, sights and sounds inside and outside our home, prior to them leaving for their forever homes.   This exposure ensures they have confidence to handle new experiences and changes in their life and to quickly adapt to their new family and environment. 



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