Dreamydoodles NW – Labradoodle & Aussiedoodle Puppies

Dreamydoodles NW – Labradoodle & Aussiedoodle Puppies

Labradoodle Puppies & Aussiedoodle Puppies in Washington State
Me and Tippy with her nursing Puppies

Me and Tippy with her nursing Puppies

Welcome to Dreamydoodles Northwest!

paw We're a family of professional and reputable Aussiedoodle and Labradoodle Dog Breeders and we're located in Washington State on the Oregon border.

All our puppies are from healthy and genetically tested parents and come with a two year genetic health guarantee. Our puppies are some of the best Doodles you're going to find in this country. We are very confident in the puppies we produce in regards to health, coat and temperament.

Our motto: is to breed only the very best to the very best! We don't take shortcuts and we do it because we LOVE what we do and because we find joy in providing families with amazing dogs that change lives. It’s also fun and rewarding for us to hear the stories we receive from our families 2 weeks, 6 months, years later about how much they love their Dreamydoodles.


Currently Available Litters!

Standard F1 Aussiedoodles

Standard Aussie/Labradoodles

Upcoming Litters

Multigen Labradoodles

Mini Aussiedoodles

*We do not have any available Multigen Labradoodles or Mini Aussiedoodles at the moment

 Please click the jump links above to find what you're looking for.


To View Our Available Litters Please Visit Our Puppy Nursery!


Our Standard Aussiedoodles


Chip - Red Merle Standard F1 Aussiedoodle

Chip - Red Merle Standard F1 Aussiedoodle

Our Standard Aussiedoodles come in many amazing colors! But that's not even the best thing about them! The temperament of the Aussiedoodle is unbeatable! It's a wonderful mix of a working dog and a companion dog that makes for a wonderful and loyal family dog. We breed the first generation Standard Aussiedoodle using our high quality AKC registered Standard Poodles and our beautiful AKC registered red merle Australian Shepherd. Families Love our Aussiedoodles!  These dogs will stop traffic and garnish heaps of attention in public. So, if you don't like strangers coming up to ask about your beautiful and unique dog.. this is not the breed for you.

Mattie - Standard F1 Aussiedoodle

Mattie - Standard F1 Aussiedoodle


Sammy - F1 Red Merle Aussiedoodle

Sammy - F1 Red Merle Aussiedoodle

Learn about AussiedoodlesOur Newest Litter


Our Standard MultiGen Labradoodles

Porter - Multigen Labradoodle

Porter - Multigen Labradoodle

Our Multigeneration Labradoodles are nothing short of amazing! There is no doubt in my mind that our bloodline which we've been developing for 5 generations now is one of the very best American Multigeneration Labradoodle bloodlines in regards to temperament and health that you're going to find in the United States. Our puppies also have beautiful silky fleece coats to die for. We do not inbred or line-breed and all our parent dogs have completed all the necessary genetic health testing.

We breed the American Labradoodle. There's only Standard Poodle and Labrador Retriever in our bloodline. We do not breed the Australian Labradoodle which is a hybrid mix of Poodle, Lab and Cocker Spaniel and sometimes other breeds as well like the Wheaten Terrier.

Our dogs are mellow, sweet, love water, kids and family life. Labradoodles make great companions and are extremely easy to train! We've had awesome feedback from our Labradoodle families over the years that has helped us to produce the best family companion possible. We breed for temperment, health, a proportionate medium sized square frame and coat quality.

Labradoodle General Appearance:

Must appear athletic and graceful with a compact body displaying substance with medium boning. Should not appear cloddy or heavy or overly fine boned. A distinctive feature of this breed is their coat, which is non-shedding and easy to manage.

Read more about the Labradoodle Breed Standard.

Labradoodle Temperament:

Extremely clever, sociable, comical, joyful, energetic when free and soft and quiet when handled. They should approach people in a happy and friendly manner, keen and easy to train. They should display an intuition about their family members or handler’s current emotional state or needs. This ability to “know” is what has made the Labradoodle an excellent dog for individuals with special needs.

Multigen Labradoodle - Bella

Multigen Labradoodle - Bella



Coco - Multigen Labradoodle


Multigen Labradoodle Scarlett

Multigen Labradoodle Scarlett



Valentina - Multigen Labradoodle smiling a big smile

Learn about Our LabradoodlesOur Newest Litter

Our Mini Aussiedoodles

Ziggy - Mini Aussiedoodle Puppy

Ziggy - Mini Aussiedoodle Puppy

We produce some of the cutest Mini Aussiedoodle puppies I've seen but that's not even the best thing about them. Their temperament is like no other. They are major lovers these small little dogs and love to be held "like babies" and I have been told this by more then a few of our families. They're just cuddle bugs. Not to mention incredibly smart, easy to train and great at agility! Unfortunately, we're not going to have any new litters of Mini Aussiedoodles until the middle of 2015! We will be retiring Molly this year but we did hold back one of her  beautiful little daughters "Maya" in hopes we can reproduce the magic that came from Molly and Concho in future litters.

Zara - Mini Aussiedoodle

Zara - Mini Aussiedoodle Adult


Agnes - Mini Red Merle Aussiedoodle

Agnes - Mini Red Merle Aussiedoodle

Agnes - Mini Red Merle Aussiedoodle

Our Mini AussiedoodlesOur Newest Litter


Dreamydoodles is not a "Facility" or a "Kennel".. We're a Family.


Daisy with her litter of Labradoodles

We raise our puppies in our living room in a kiddie pool for the first 4 weeks of life, then they're free to run and play in the backyard during the day and are kept indoors at night. Most our puppies are doggy door trained by the time they go home.

Our Dog area in our Living room..

Our Dog crates in our Living room..

Dreamydoodles Northwest is NOT A KENNEL
 we do not have a "facility" we just have a regular family home with a large backyard and a small pack of happy dogs (4 dogs). We also have a guardian home program that allows us to expand our bloodlines without the use of kennels and all our dogs are raised in a loving family home for life.

We do not believe in raising dogs in kennels or dog runs... (which is sadly RARE in the dog breeding industry today).

Guardian ProgramHow it works & Why we do it

Dogs are not livestock.

Some unethical dog breeders will keep their breeding dogs in kennels, chicken coops or cramped makeshift living spaces for breeding purposes and then proudly call themselves a "kennel". Dogs are not livestock animals, these are domesticated companion animals who desire human affection and interaction more than anything in life!

I also want to point out that not ALL dog breeders are evil money grubbing villains who keep their dogs in cages. There are still some responsible, compassionate and knowledgeable dog breeders who abhor puppy mills. So, you're probably wondering why I even bring this topic up on my dog breeding website?

What is my point?

My point is...it doesn't have to be this way and to be careful who you support in the dog breeding industry. Do your research. Do not buy puppies from pet stores and find a breeder you can trust. Ask for references. Do your homework, ask for testimonials, visit their home and if you see something you don't like don't just buy the puppy anyway.. walk away.


http://www.thepuppymillproject.org/Dreamydoodles is NOT a Commercial Dog Breeder and we suggest you stay away from those who claim to be.. don't just believe me, do your own research look into commercial USDA inspected and licensed dog breeder facilities for yourself on Youtube. What that means is they have a kennel facility. Do you want a puppy that has been raised in a kennel? Think about the parents to that cute puppy.

Support in-home breeders not kennels.

It is not mandatory for Dreamydoodles Northwest to be USDA licensed because we only have 4 breeding dogs on our property and that is how it should be. You should only have as many dogs as you can care for in your home in a safe and clean environment.

Dogs deserve more than a cage.

The Puppy Mill ProjectLearn the Truth


It's a Family Affair...

My husband Roy and our daughter Olivia with Daisy in Portland

My husband Roy and our daughter Olivia with Daisy in Portland


The Dreamydoodle Northwest Family

The Dreamydoodle Northwest Family


6 week old Labradoodles and 8 year old Olivia have a slumber party..looks like she wore them out first

Our Youngest Olivia and her Puppy slumber party! Multigen Labradoodles


Me and one of our F1B Labradoodle Males ... these puppies are such cuddly Teddy Bears!!

Me and one of our F1B Labradoodle Males ... these puppies are such cuddly Teddy Bears!!


Valentina - Multigen Labradoodle at the Tulip Festival

Valentina - Multigen Labradoodle at the Tulip Festival


Multigen Labradoodle Puppies

Multigen Labradoodle Puppies


Blue Boy

Our Oldest Daughter and a little Chocolate Mini Aussiedoodle


Valentina - Multigen Labradoodle Puppy and Olivia at the Tulip Festival in Woodland, WA


Multigen Labradoodle Puppy

Multigen Labradoodle Puppy


Our Son Connor and a Mini Aussiedoodle puppy

Our Son Connor and a Mini Aussiedoodle puppy


Pele in her Doodle -Do

"Pele" in her Doodle -Do - One of our breeding females

Life Lessons we can learn from a dog

  • Live simply.
  • Love generously.
  • Care deeply.
  • Speak kindly.
  • When loved ones come home, always run to greet them.
  • Never pass up the opportunity to go for a joyride..
  • Take naps.
  • Stretch before rising.
  • Run, romp, and play daily.
  • Thrive on attention and let people touch you.
  • Avoid biting when a simple growl will do.
  • When you’re happy, dance around and wag your entire body.
  • Be loyal.
  • Never pretend to be something you’re not.
  • If what you want lies buried, dig until you find it.
  • When someone is having a bad day, be silent, sit close by and nuzzle them gently.

My husband holding Teddy the Aussiedoodle

Sometimes we all need a good Teddy bear hug...


Arlo- Multigen Labradoodle Puppy from Loli

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” ~ Anatole France

Please read more about our dogs and our breeding program.


"A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself."
-- Josh Billings



All Our Doodles are Great with Kids!

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The Amazing Finn with his little boy in Florida

Our Maddie when she was just a baby still

Our daughter Olivia and 4 wk old Labradoodle Puppy

Mini Aussiedoodle Puppy going home

Mini Aussiedoodle Puppy going home


Flower the Aussiedoodle also known as the Nanny and Best Friend

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Lily the Multigen Labradoodle and Cuddle Bug



Dreamydoodle Family Testimonials

Read what some of our families have to say about their Dreamydoodle puppies.

Read TestimonialsFrom our Puppy Families

 I will do Everything within my Power to breed you a Great Puppy, but it’s up to you to raise a Good Dog!

We have a very active Facebook with daily updates so make sure to check out DreamydoodlesNW on Facebook because if you don't you're missing out on half of what makes us who we are.. an extended family of Dog lovers!

Visit Dreamydoodles NW on Facebook.com

Visit Dreamydoodles NW on Facebook.com

We Use Nuvet Vitamins & we recommend you do too!


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  • Allergies
  • Skin and Coat Problems
  • Scratching, Itching, Biting...
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  • Arthritis and Joint Problems
  • Premature Aging
  • Low Energy Levels
  • Diabetes and Liver Problems
  • Cataracts and Tumors
  • Digestive Problems
  • Tearing
  • Heart Disease



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Read our "New Puppy" Shopping Checklist!


Email: info@dreamydoodles.com
Phone: 360-448-1477
Address: 449 Windflower Dr., Woodland, WA, 98674
(Map and Directions)

Puppy Blog Posts...

Housebreaking a Puppy – a time proven potty training method

Potty Training Your Puppy The time proven housebreaking method. Housebreaking a puppy can be an easy process or difficult depending on the method chosen. Before bringing home a new puppy you should have everything necessary to make housebreaking easy. I personally love doggy door training but if a doggy door is not possible then the […]


How to put Weight on your Dog – Satin Balls Recipe

Keeping weight on some poodles and doodles can be a challenge they can be picky eaters. Also if your dog ever gets worms they may lose weight and  you may need to play catch up once you treat them to get weight back on them. Also breeding females while breastfeeding can lose weight and this […]


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