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Brindle: Should have an even and equal distribution of the composite colours with layering of black hairs in regions of lighter colour (usually, chalk/cream/gold/red, cafe/lavender/parchment, or silver) producing a tiger-striped pattern. Nose pigment to follow pigment requirements of the darker or base colour. Find Labradoodle dogs and puppies from Indiana breeders. It’s also free to list your available puppies and litters on our site.

Brindle Bernedoodles are born with their brindle coloring. As the puppy gets older and the hair gets longer the brindle stripes will blend in. You can see in the pictures we have a newborn brindle Bernedoodle and the same brindle Bernedoodle at 6 weeks of age. The puppy still has the brindle stripes but because the hair is longer the colors. As a Labradoodle grows up their color can change, some, not so much and some change quite a bit. We realize it is hard to see a puppy and imagine what they would look like as an adult. It is also hard not to focus on a spot or two on a parti puppy and imagine that as an adult, these spots will not be all that defined.

Sierra Springs Australian Doodles is located in Shingle Springs California about 40 miles east from downtown Sacramento in the beautiful Gold Country foothills. We are a small family-owned breeder of exceptional multi-generational Australian Labradoodles, Australian Bernedoodles, & Australian Goldendoodles. We breed for health, temperament. Labradoodle puppies come with a 2 year genetic health guarantee and we will be available as a guide through out the life of your puppy. Please visit our puppy page to learn about our current litter and plans for future puppies. You can also contact us today by using the button below.

DESCRIPTON: Gretchen and Whiskey will have F3 puppies. BLACK and CREAM/APRICOT with Fleece coats. Small to Medium size at lbs. Born 3/31/20, ready to go home 5/27/ Coat. When comparing the Labradoodle vs Goldendoodle, the most distinctive difference is the coat. Purebred poodles have tightly curled hair, which gives them their distinctive appearance. In contrast, the Labrador Retriever has a coarser, thicker hair follicle. All Pride & Prejudoodles’ Labradoodles are coat tested, so should have long, non-shedding coats (unlike many Labradoodle .