Litter Born 1/6/2023

Breeding is not an exact science – Mother Nature is involved.  As a result, sometimes the timing of a female’s heat cycle or an expected litter’s coat colors or markings don’t always match exactly what we had planned. We can estimate heat seasons and predict color percentages and markings of a litter, but Mother Nature makes the final call.  We strive to select pairings of adult dogs that will produce wonderful temperaments and color combinations, and we are always thrilled with the puppies, no matter their colors or patterns/markings. 

When you pay your reservation fee, you can select a particular litter if there is an opening on the reservation list or you can tell Seven Hills you are interested in a puppy from the next available litter. Reservation fees are always transferable to a different litter at a later date.

Seven Hills may need to use a different stud than originally planned as it may be necessary at times to replace a stud or create an entirely different pairing of a dam and sire due to the interference of Mother Nature.  In the event we change a stud for a future pairing, we will make every effort to ensure the same colors and sizes expected for the litter, however this may not always be possible.

Seven Hills may retain 2 breeding quality puppies from any of our litters for our breeding program or other breeder’s programs. 

It is not uncommon for our reservation list to fill up quickly, so please take the time to fill out and submit an application and place a reservation fee to reserve a spot if you are interested in adding a future Seven Hills multi-generational Australian Labradoodle puppy to your family!!  Click here for the application.

Questions? Need more information? Send us an email using the form under “Contact Us” or call (850) 297-0333 during our office hours listed on our “Contact Us” page.  Between puppies and family, we can’t always answer the phone, but please leave a message or let us know by email that you’d like to talk and we’ll get back to you promptly.

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