Raising Exceptional Labradoodle Puppies In Central Nebraska

You have heard of a holy cow, but get ready to meet the cutest holy doods! Marshal and Vega’s BibleDoods were named by Vega’s guardian family after important figures in the Bible! These amazing multigen Australian Labradoodle puppies will average between 35-45 pounds (though they can be bigger and smaller) with wavy fleece coats that likely will be minimal shedding*. Both Vega and Marshal produce puppies that are intelligent, athletic, eager to please and devoted to their families. Both have puppies that are working out in the field or from the blind retrieving game, working as pet therapy dogs in schools and nursing homes, competing in dog sports and all of their puppies are exceptional family companions. Puppies will be ready to join their new families February 28th. Please be sure to view each puppy's aptitude testing videos and scores to see if one might be the right fit for your family.

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(Australian labradoodles are a combination of Labrador, Poodle and Spaniel genetics. NOT Australian Shepard)

Available Labradoodle Puppies

Marshal x Vega


​​Gabriel is a sweet, fun-loving and cuddly boy. He has moderate energy compared to his siblings. Gabriel can be a little hesitant in new situations and he will need extra confidence building exercises and socialization to ensure he does not become timid as an adult. He is very sensitive to feelings and seems to know when extra cuddles are needed. He has scores of mostly 4's and along with his evaluation within the litter Gabriel shows aptitude for emotional support, obedience trials,and walking or hiking companion. He would benefit from having an experienced family with a confident, older doggie sibling. His Embark predicted weight is 39 lbs.

*It is important to understand that no one can be 100 % certain what a Labradoodle’s permanent adult coat will look like until they are at least 18-24 months of age.  Their coats can and will changecolorand type between birth and adulthood. They change a lot in the puppy’s first few months of life, and will go through 2-3 more distinct phases before reaching its permanent coat type. During these changes, you may experience some increased shedding. Through our experience we compare their puppy coat to our previous puppies as well as the coat traits of the parents we can genetically test for and make an approximation of their adult coat type, including the amount of shedding the puppy may have as an adult. Because many factors that influence shedding are un-testable at this time, they are out of our control. Therefore we make no guarantee that our approximations will be correct in regards to shedding. 

​​Lydia is a kind and sweet puppy with a gentle demeanor. She can be hesitant in new situations. Once Lydia is comfortable she adores cuddles and loves to be right in everyone's lap. She has lower energy compared to her siblings. She will need confidence building exercises to help ensure she does not become a timid puppy. She would benefit from having a confident, older puppy sibling in the home. Lydia has scores of mostly 4's and 5's and along with her strengths shows aptitude for emotional support, walking companion, and pet therapy. She would be a good fit for any family with time to dedicate to her extra confidence building training.  Her Embark predicted weight is 34 lbs. 

​​Peter is our happy-go-lucky boy who is always very excited to explore new places and new adventures. He is very comical and is always making me laugh with his class clown antics! He has higher energy compared to his siblings and can be a little distracted at times. Extra impulse control training as he grows will be important. Peter has scores of mostly 3's and 4's and shows aptitude for retrieving, agility, running companion and pet therapy. He would be a good fit for any active family including first-time dog owners. His Embark predicted weight is 39 lbs.