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Bella is available to an approved guardian home near the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Please contact us to learn more about with wonderful opportunity to add an Australian Labradoodle to your family.

Bella: Chocolate Phantom Australian Labradoodle

Bella: Chocolate Phantom Australian Labradoodle


At Great Bridge Labradoodles, we have a no kennel policy. We believe that all dogs should live their life as someone's beloved family member. All of our breeding dogs either live in our home or with a trusted guardian family. Our guardian home program allows us to expand our breeding program by keeping the best quality dogs to carry on the breed development.

The guardian home will be the puppy’s forever home. The guardian home is responsible for the day to day expenses & veterinary care including vaccines, monthly heartworm prevention, flea & tick prevention, training, regular exercise, socialization, & most importantly never ending love and attention!! All breeding expenses & the health testing pertinent to breeding will be the responsibility of Great Bridge Labradoodles.

Once she is approximately 18 months old and has passed all the pre-breeding tests, she will return to us for just a few days for breeding & then again to give birth to her puppies. Once her puppies are weened, she will return to you.

Great Bridge Labradoodles will retain breeding rights to the dog until her breeding career is over. Our breeding females usually have around 4 litters. At that time, your dog will be spayed & we will sign ownership over to the guardian family.

To qualify as a guardian home:

Chocolate & White Parti Australian Labradoodle

Chocolate & White Parti Australian Labradoodle

  1. You’ll need to live within a 100 mile radius of the Chesapeake, VA area.

  2. You should own your own your own home or have written permission from your landlord.

  3. You’ll need to have a physical fence to provide a safe & secure environment.

  4. You will follow recommendations for the dog’s basic health care & wellness.

  5. If you have a female, you’ll need to ensure she isn’t around any intact male dogs when in heat.

  6. The primary guardian should have a flexible schedule so your dog won’t be left alone for long periods of time.


If your are interested in participating or would like to learn more about our guardian home program, please contact us for further details. (greatbridgelabradoodles@gmail.com)