Stony Brook
Australian Labradoodles

The dogs at the brook

located in rural Northeast Mississippi. With a “stony brook” meandering through our twelve acres of woodlands teeming with wildlife, and open fields, our Labradoodles have ample areas to run and play. Our pups are raised in our home along with Callie our cat and Chase our rescue dog, long-time, beloved pets. Our home is often filled with our eight grandchildren who are always close by. Stony Brooks’ Labradoodles are carefully chosen from only the finest pedigrees and can be traced back to the original breeders, Rutland Manor and Tegan Park, both located in Australia.

Our Dogs

Feel free to take a look through some of the gorgeous dogs that live here at Stony Brook.

Anna Kate - Reese
Anna Kate
Registered Name: Stony Brook’s Anna Kate
ALCA #: 364-08252020-001-LB1 ALAA#: 117860 Grade: A5
Size: Medium
Weight: 32 Lbs
Height: 17"
Color: Cream
Coat: Fleece
Miss Victoria - Twix
Miss Victoria
Registered Name: Bestland's Miss Victoria
ALCA #: 188-06212020-048-LB1 ALAA #:ALAA-117861
Grade: A5/Certified
Size: Medium (18")
Weight: 30 LBS
Height: 21"
Color: Red
Coat: Fleece
Miss Sydney - Snickers
Miss Sydney
Registered Name: Bestland's Miss Sydney
ALCA #: wi-188-07022020-049-LB1 ALAA#: ALAA-117864
Grade: CA1/Certified
Size: Medium
Weight 35 LBS
Height: 17"
Color: Caramel
Coat: Wavy Fleece
(RETIRED) Registered Name: Green Gables Lil Miss Hersheys KitKat of PSP
ALCA #: C091-09222017-045-LB1
Grade: A4/Certified
Size: Small Medium
Weight: 32 LBS
Height: 17"
Color: Cream
Coat: Wavy Fleece
Sir Bentley
Registered Name: Log Cabin's Sir Bentley ALAA# ALAA-122383 Color: Chocolate Size: 32 Lbs. Medium
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Generations Of The Labradoodle

Labradoodles generations are classified by the breeding of the specific parents. F1 also known as the First Gen is the offspring of 1 Poodle parent and 1 Labrador parent. Because of this being the first breeding of 2 different dogs. coats from the puppies of this type of breeding are basically hit and miss on shedding and no shedding coats. This breeding is half and half of Lab and Poodle. puppies could develop hip dysplasia as it grows older. Some could develop eye problems Poodles are known for. Responsible Breeders are aware of these challenges, and constantly health test their dogs to make sure they don’t carry any of these physical weaknesses. Breeders want to produce the healthiest puppies possible.

Next, we have the F1B this is a puppy from a First Gen or a Multigen parent and a poodle. The coats on these puppies turn out the perfect cause of the inclusion of the poodle.

F1 Generation x F1 Generation

This is an F2 puppy with both parents being Labradoodles, unfortunately, with this type of breeding, you may end up with dogs with hair coats that still produce dander to trigger allergies, unfortunately, no way to tell what type of coat until the puppy is an adult.


F2 back to a purebred Lab or purebred Poodle

F2 x F2

F2 back to a purebred Lab or purebred Poodle

F2 x F2

You get an F3 puppy, if you cross-breed an F3 back with a poodle or Lab you will get the hypoallergenic coat you are aiming for.

F3 x F1

You get an F3B puppy.

Today, Australian Labradoodles are wonderful, intelligent dogs with lush coats that are more reliably low to 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.

Today, the Australian Labradoodle Club of America, believing in the wonders of this amazing dog, forges on in the quest to gain pure breed recognition. A dog that can be owned by most all, because their allergies don’t get in the way of having such a life enhancing relationship, with an amazing friend. Bringing to the world the knowledge of the vitality, companionship, therapeutic nature, intelligence, trainability and fun loving disposition, of such a family oriented dog. One which is so very coveted because of these very traits. A perfect dog for those who struggle so much with allergies, relationships, special needs and just plain companionship.

The Australian Labradoodle now comes in a variety of colors, from black, silver and cream, to reds, sable, chocolate and parti. They have also adopted their poodle ancestor’s size variation from:

  • The Standard – 21 to 24 inches
  • The Medium – 17 to 20 inches
  • The Miniature – 14 to 161/2 inches​

There are two coat types that are considered allergy friendly. These are the Fleece coat, which has a soft textured fleecy feeling. The two variations of the fleece are the wavy fleece and curly fleece. Then there is the Wool coat. This has a definite dense wool feel, and is mild to very curly. By the time the Australian Labradoodle becomes a recognized breed, it will be a dog of three sizes with two coat types. We hope you have enjoyed learning about the Australian Labradoodle and we invite you to return to this site and watch the progress of this amazing breed in development.

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