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All of our dogs are registered with the Alpha Europe Foundation.

Alfa Europe is an organization based in the Netherlands, founded to preserve, guard and protect the Original Australian Labradoodle according to the vision of the creator of the race (Rutland Manor and Tegan Park in Australia). Alfa Europe monitors the transparency of the process of breeding and runs a comprehensive system of registration. Everything is done under strict control, so that the Australian Labradoodles have a very good chance to last for years as a pure breed.

Australian Labradoodles as we all know are not yet recognized by the FCI. Hence Alfa Europe holds the unique role of sole responsibility of being committed to achieving recognition for the Labradoodles by the FCI.

Alfa controls and supervises the culture of breeding, and provides comprehensive, reliable information for prospective owners and Australian Labradoodle enthusiasts.

Alfa Europe aims to:

  1. Use a strict breeding program, with particular emphasis on dog health
    The requirements to test are as follows:

    • Early diagnosis of hip

    • A genetic test prcd-PRA (progressive retinal atrophy)

    • Von Hillebrand’s Disease Type I

    Only females and males which gain successful results are paired. Another equally important issue is the pairing of the dog in the most friendly, intuitive nature.

    The aim is to create a dog designed to work well with man.

  2. Alfa Europe oversees the registration of the Australian Labradoodle only grown according to the principles laid down by breeding rules (based on the vision of  the founder of the breed).

  3. The organization provides registration of dogs and puppies of European breeders on their website:

    http://www.alfa-europe.org/NL/geregistreerde-fokhonden.htm

    http://www.alfa-europe.org/NL/nestregistratie.htm

  4. Alfa Europe imposes the need for taking a DNA test on all breeding dogs and their puppies with the information saved on the database on the basis of which they are issued pedigrees. Thanks to this the Australian Labrador is under strict control and the future owner is assured that the Australian Labradoodle is authentic and healthy.

Code of Etics

As a breeder, I have a duty to:

  • maintain and promote the Australian Labradoodle breed standards (Australian Working Dog) and continue the program initiated by the creator of the breed

  • Tracking the descendants of this species in terms of genetic defects, irregularities and fraud (not allowing dogs to breed with any genetic defects),

  • Give a health guarantee for genetic defects for each puppy

  • pass on healthy, allergy-friendly multi-generational Australian Labradoodle dogs

  • Promote the program,” foster family”.

  • Treat each pet as an individual

  • To make sure all the puppies are under the care of a vet and are given thought according to the plan of socializing before they come to the new owners,

  • Appropriate selection of the owner of the puppy with a temperament test and the application sent by the family.

Australian Labradoodles