The home of fully health tested (DNA clear of diseases, Double Furnished Genetic Coat Traits & Hip Scored), proven stud dogs that consistently produce quality puppies for ethical breeders in Australia.
All breeds and oodle mixes welcome.
Reliable Studs | Registered Breeders
Our stud dogs are reliable producing quality sperm for natural matings, artificial insemination (AI), transcervical insemination (TCI), surgical implant, chilled and frozen semen collections.
We are registered breeders with the Responsible Pet Breeders Association (Member number 3055) and comply with the RPBA code of ethics and state legislation.
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Our cavoodle and purebred toy poodle studs are fully health tested including DNA tested clear of all diseases and hip and elbow scored with better than breed average results. Proven sires with hypoallergenic coats that do not shed.
We are located in Sydney for natural matings and onsite AI. We can also meet at our local vet who specialises in reproduction. Frozen semen is stored at Colyton Vet for immediate shipping. We ship chilled and frozen semen to Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Australia wide.
Our stud dogs have been bred with maltese terriers, labradors, golden retrievers, dachshunds, cavalier king charles spaniels, cocker spaniels, cavoodles and border collies to produce low to non shedding mini groodle, aussie doodle, bordoodle, moodle, cavoodle, spoodle and labradoodle puppies for breeders all over Australia.
Who We Are
Our success depends on the health and happiness of our stud dogs. We take great pride in the care of our studs and feed them a balanced human grade diet which includes raw meats, bones, vegetables and supplements to boost fertility and wellness.
Red Toy Poodle Stud (4.5Kg)
2.8kg Tiny Toy Poodle Stud
Red Toy Poodle Stud (3.7kg)
Chocolate Parti Miniature Poodle Stud (5.5kg)
Timing is everything!
There are many reasons why people decide to breed their dog and in doing so become a dog breeder. If you’re considering breeding your dog it’s important to consider the time and effort that goes in to preparing a female dog to carry a litter (optimum nutrition, relevant health testing, adequate space, time and finances for vet bills), the mating process (selection of a healthy, fertile stud, determining the best time to mate), care during pregnancy, whelping and raising of the litter (nutrition, training, socialisation, vaccinations, microchips, worming, flea treatment etc) from birth till the time they leave at 8 weeks old. With becoming a dog breeder comes the responsibility and commitment to the health and welfare of the puppies you breed from finding them suitable homes to supporting new owners throughout the life of the dog.
A family who loves dogs
With more than 30 years of breeding, training, puppy raising and competing (conformation & obedience) we enjoy sharing our knowledge and experience with the wider dog breeding community and welcome new breeders who aspire to be ethical and responsible in their breeding practises.
Some Recent Litters
Our stud dogs are renowned for producing beautiful puppies with an average litter size of 6-9 puppies.
Our purebred toy poodle stud produces stunning toy poodle puppies. Thick, rich red wool coats that are non shedding. Confident and charismatic natured puppies that make wonderful family companions.
Our red toy poodle stud is a popular sire for breeders with cavalier king charles females, looking to produce low to non-shedding cavoodle puppies. He generally produces ruby red cavapoo puppies with fleece coats.
Our red toy poodle stud produces beautiful mini labradoodle puppies with purebred labradors and F1 or F2 Labradoodles. This beautiful litter of 8 mini labradoodle puppies was the result of two onsite artificial inseminations (AI). Labradoodles are playful, fun, loving dogs that are big enough to go jogging with and can handle some rough and tumble with the kids. Mini labradoodles fathered by our toy poodle stud, generally have a fleece coat that is low to non-shedding.
Moodles are a popular poodle mix that make great family companions. The maltipoo or moodle comes in shades of red, cream, chocolate black with various amounts of white. Moodles are energetic, fun, cuddly little dogs that are non shedding. Moodles should not be yappy dogs if they are trained to be calm, confident and optimistic. Separation anxiety is a common cause of barking in dogs and can be prevented by encouraging independence in our dogs through crate training and calming activities like stuffed Kongs, chews and food puzzles. Moodles being small dogs will typically have a lifespan of 12-15 years and vary in size from 2Kg to 9Kg.
Our toy poodle stud has been crossed with standard poodle females to produce a smaller poodle in the mini or moyen size range. This litter of 9 red mini poodle puppies was the result of one TCI (transcervical insemination).
After concluding that a natural mating wasn’t likely to occur, we proceeded to collect fresh semen from our toy poodle stud and carried out an artificial insemination. Our client had identified their female’s most fertile days using progesterone testing and 2 onsite AI’s resulted in a beautiful litter of 6 healthy puppies.
Our toy poodle stud produced this adorable litter of 10 borderdoodle puppies. The mother was a first generation bordoodle, making the puppies F1b bordoodles. These mini bordoodle puppies had low to non shedding coats in a variety of colours. Our studs have produced blue merle, red, ruby, cream and black puppies when crossed with bordoodle and border collie females. Bordoodles are active, intelligent and wonderful with children. Their calm and sensitive temperament makes them a wonderful therapy dog for people living with anxiety and children with autism.
Sometimes artificial insemination is required when there is a size difference between the male and female. In this case, our client’s female was slightly taller than our stud and after trying for a natural mating, we decided to collect fresh semen from our stud and carry out an onsite artificial insemination (AI). We did two AI’s over a couple of days (timing determined by progesterone testing) and 7 puppies were born 9 weeks later.
Piccolo our red toy poodle stud is often crossed with cavoodle bitches to ensure puppies have non-shedding coats in wool and fleece. Crossing cavoodle to cavoodle can result in smooth coated puppies that shed.
Our red toy poodle stud produces beautiful mini goldendoodle puppies with low to non-shedding fleece and wool teddy bear coats.
This beautiful litter of 7 second generation cavoodle puppies was sired by our cavapoo stud, ‘Saffron’. Typical of the cavoodle puppies he produces, they were a lovely rich red colour.
Our red cavoodle stud was crossed with our client’s standard groodle to produce this stunning litter of 10 mini groodle puppies! Shades of ruby and red, with a mix of wool and fleece coats. This litter was the result of 2 AI’s carried out onsite – over two consecutive days. Our client used progesterone testing to determine the optimum time to carry out the artificial inseminations.
Litter Details –
Our red toy poodle stud was crossed with our client’s purebred bichon frise to produce this litter of 6 poochon puppies. Beautiful non shedding, wool coated puppies in creamy red. This litter was the result of 2 AI’s carried out onsite – over two consecutive days. Our client used progesterone testing to determine the optimum time to carry out the artificial inseminations. In this instance we used AI as despite correct timing, this female still wasn’t keen on having a stud dog mount her – AI results in less stress for all involved under such circumstances.
Litter Details –
Our red cavoodle stud was crossed with our client’s first generation cavoodle to produce this litter of 7 cavoodle puppies. This litter was the result of 2 natural matings. Our client used progesterone testing to determine the optimum time to carry out the matings.
Litter Details –
Our red cavoodle stud was crossed with our client’s first generation cavoodle to produce this litter of 6 cavoodle puppies. This litter was the result of 2 natural matings. Our client used progesterone testing to determine the optimum time to carry out the matings.
Litter Details –
Our red cavoodle stud was crossed with our client’s west highland white terrier to produce this litter of 5 westiepoo puppies. This litter was the result of 2 natural matings. Our client used progesterone testing to determine the optimum time to carry out the matings.
Litter Details –
Both our red toy poodle stud and our red cavoodle stud have been crossed with standard groodle females by artificial insemination (AI carried out onsite or at our local reproductive specialist vet)
Piccolo our red toy poodle stud’s biggest litter yet – 15 cute puppies!
These red beauties were the result of two on-site AI’s. Well done to our client and their girl. Lots of bottle feeding to help satisfy all those hungry little mouths!
The record for a standard poodle, is 16 puppies!
Congratulations to our client who recently whelped 11 mini labradoodle puppies sired by our red toy poodle stud ‘Piccolo’.
These cuties were the result of two on-site artificial inseminations with a labrador. Having more than 25 years experience in dog breeding, we offer on-site AI at no extra charge. We can also meet at our local reproduction specialist vet for fresh semen collections (travel fee and vet fees apply).
12 adorable Spoodle puppies that arrived recently, sired by our chocolate and white parti poodle stud ‘Cino’. This litter was the result of two onsite AI’s.
Our client’s dog (mum), is a beautiful parti factored Spoodle (Black with white on chest).
Gorgeous colours – As well as carrying two copies of chocolate and two copies of parti, Cino also carries red and phantom.
Looking forward to watching these cuties grow!
Cino our chocolate parti coloured mini poodle stud has sired a stunning litter of 10 chocolate mini labradoodles.
These little cuties were the result of TCI at our local reproduction specialist vet from a fresh semen collection.
Congrats to our lovely client’s family!
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” – Albert Einstein
Timing and planning is everything when it comes to producing a successful litter of puppies.
If you plan to breed puppies, your female needs to be in good health. She should be up to date with her vaccinations, worming & flea treatment. We also recommend DNA testing to know what colours and potential diseases you’re working with. Our stud dogs are DNA clear of all diseases currently known to be associated with their respective breeds, therefore there is no risk of puppies being affected by DNA testable diseases regardless of what your girl carries. Our studs are also hip and elbow scored with better than breed average results, as a breeder this is important to consider as hip and elbow dysplasia negatively affects a dogs quality of life and surgery is costly.
Some things to consider when selecting your stud:
Some of The Cool Facts About Us
Our stud dogs’ semen is regularly analysed by a reproductive specialist vet to ensure our clients receive a premium service. Semen analysis conducted in May 2021 by a vet specialising in reproduction found our studs have an average sperm count & volume in the range from 300 million to 600 million in a volume consisting of 6 to 10mL per collection, our boys scored 5/5 for motility and semen quality was rated excellent. Learn more about stud fertility and how much semen is required to get a dog pregnant here.
Our stud services are priced from $500-$800 and that fee includes up to two matings or inseminations with our fully heath tested studs and the benefit of our 30 years experience & knowledge in dog breeding. If necessary onsite artificial insemination is available at no extra charge.
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