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ABOUT

We are a quality breeder of Australian Labradoodles. We are small and that's how we like it. We focus on health, temperament and conformation. The well being of our puppies and their parents is extremely important to us, that's why we do extensive health testing on all the parents and we offer a two year genetic health guarantee on every puppy we raise. We work very hard to raise puppies of great temperament. The way we do this is twofold. First, we pick parents that have excellent temperament. Second, we put in place a systematic puppy socialization program that starts during the puppies third week of life. Good conformation is important. Who does not like to have a good looking dog that conforms closely to it's breed standard? I pay close attention to conformation but spend much more time and energy in making sure our puppies are healthy and of excellent temperament. 

 

I started breeding Australian Labradoodles out of a deep desire to create meaningful experiences and opportunities for older children and young adults with disabilities. Since I have loved the breed for years, it seemed like a natural fit. I strive to include young adults and older children who have disabilities in the care and socialization of our puppies and their parents. If you live in the Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond area in Washington State and have a young adult or an older child who has a disability and you think they may like to volunteer helping out with puppy care and socialization, please do contact me. I would love to hear from you!

 

We are also committed to doing our part to improve the lives of children and families in developing countries, this is why with every litter of puppies we raise, we will donate a percentage of the income to charitable organizations who share this goal.

Rainier Labradoodles Team

We are a mother/daughter team helping to raise healthy, happy, beautiful puppies while at the same time figuring out ways to include young adults and older children with disabilities in the care of our puppies. We currently have volunteer opportunities for young adults or older children with disabilities. Volunteers enrich our program. Our volunteers help with socialization, supervision, and daily care (weighing, bathing, keeping areas clean).