Australian Labradoodle Puppy Availability Updates

We are located in central Indiana between Indianapolis and Chicago. Our location is a short drive from Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Illinois. In our episode of our Ashford Manor dogs you will find out about what is going on and the dogs that live with us.

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Here at Ashford Manor Labradoodles, we have always been committed to the health and safety of our dogs and their owners. We follow strict sanitation policies and use high quality cleaners on all our surfaces throughout the day. As of right now (May 1, 2020), the WHO and the CDC have stated there is evidence that COVID-19 can be passed to pets from humans when they are in contact with infected members. As a precaution, we have increased our cleaning regimen and have minimal staff on location, as well as no visitors to our location. We will attempt to keep you as up-to-date as possible on any changes.

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We are accepting applications for

March/April of 2021! 

Have you ever wondered how we come up with our puppy names? Listen in to our podcast.

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Polynesian & Tucker

Due: Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Go Home: Friday, December 18, 2020 at 11 a.m. (EST)

No Availability



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Born: Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Go Home: Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at 11 a.m. (EST)

No availability


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Chenille & Thumper

Due: Thursday, December 10, 2020

Estimated Go Home: Friday, February 5, 2021

No Availability

Caramel ALD  Thumper in snow

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Liberty & Chestnut

20 – 30 pound apricot and Red Australian Labradoodles

Go home around Mid February 2021

No Availability

Liberty sit  Chestnut pooping

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Galena & Nash

Honeymooning October 2020, Pups Dec 2020, Go Home Feb. 2021

20 – 30 pound apricot, red, some white markings

 No Availability

Galena 2020  Nash

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Suwanee & Snickers

Miniature Australian Labradoodles apricot and red

Puppies going home March 2021

No Availability


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Waukegan & Mad Max

Apricot/red 30 – 40 pounds

Availability with Puppies going home around March 21, 2021

Red medium ALD 

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Truffle and Thumper

Expecting 25 – 35 pound apricot/red

Availability going home around March 21, 2021


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We offer fully trained puppies with companion, therapy, and service level of training. Please contact our trainer Julie Case at Ultimate Canine 317-443-6019 for more information. Check out our training page.

 For more information on our pricing, health guarantee, and application please Click Here.

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 Ashford Manor Labradoodles is the proud breeder of the Australian Labradoodle in Indiana!

Australian Labradoodle puppies are non-shedding, allergy friendly, intuitive human companion. These dogs are extremely intelligent and easily trained.  Because of their  keen intelligence they are very eager and easy to train even when they are puppies.  They are affectionate & sociable dogs who, rarely bark.

Why Purchase an Ashford Manor Australian Labradoodle? Don’t take it from us,listen to what others are saying.

Indy has been absolutely great. He’s a nibbler but is extremely smart. He’s been using his bells and hasn’t had an accident since the first day home! He’s so brave, he isn’t afraid of anything! He’s encountered lawn mowers, sprinklers, big and small dogs, about 40 or so people, and has done it all with a wagging tail. He has puppy play time with a 12 week old shi tzu and a 10 week old lab and has been hanging out with our neighbors 7 year old lab as well. He is very independent and loves to play on his own and with us and is up for his daily walks. Let me tell you, he still loves playing in the thick brush (we took him to notre dame and he ran up and down the bushes and gardens). Zach

She is such a sweet dog, very intelligent and alert. Kids absolutely adore her – thank you for such a wonderful puppy.  Dorota

Bernie is doing great. He is just a doll and the grand kids love him. Sue

A recent picture of Roscoe with his favorite frisbee. He’s doing great!! Michael

Lady is doing great and we adore her! Lauren

We are still going to obedience class once as week– we love these times, as it really showcases how smart she is (She is always the smartest one in the class as she is such a quick learner!)  Izzy is pretty much completely potty trained- she regularly rings the bells– though she has figured out that ringing the bells get her attention, so she does that for fun sometimes too.  Beth

He is a great little puppy. He is totally crate trained, and has very rarely had an accident inside.  He slept the first night and every night from 11pm-6AM (better then any of my 4 kids)!!!  People with dogs say that we are very lucky and have a great dog!  Colm

Just wanted to tell you (once again) what a fantastic dog you sent me. She is amazing, wonderful, adorable, (pick your own adjective!).  I’ve been taking her outside and letting her walk around a bit, so she’ll get used to the New York hustle-and-bustle. And nothing bothers her, not the noise, not the car horns, police sirens, fire engines, motorcycles … she’s encountered them all and shows no adverse reaction to anything. She just LOVES being outside, she tries to greet ALL the people she encounters on the street and wants to play with all the dogs too. You should hear all the comments I get from people … EVERYONE (and I mean EVERYONE) stops me, asks what breed she is, and tells me how cute and beautiful she is. And because she’s so friendly and fearless she charms all she meets.  She has met many people of all different shapes, sizes, races and ages. She even stopped to greet a lady in a wheelchair! Don

Ollie did great.  He is able to settle on his own and sit most of the time.  He is very calm.   Thank you! Leigh

Daisy had a great night. She cried for 10 minutes and then slept in her crate until 6:30!! Daisy is doing very well with the housebreaking. Sue

Syndey (Mello) is doing wonderfully!  She is very happy!


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