Labradoodles of Logan Ranch

Labradoodle Dams

Meet our Girls!

Dams/Females 

Rosie

Rosie is a sweet inquisitive girl. She is considered Chalk colored with a white coat, Amber colored eyes and a Rose nose. She comes from our very own LLR bloodline. She plays well with other dogs and is very athletic. She also loves to cuddle and is a perfect companion. She is considered Medium sized at 40 lbs. and has a thick wool coat.

Scout

Scout is a lovable and playful girl with a cafe au lait fleece coat.  She is very playful and athletic.  She loves to lounge with her people.  We expect some beautiful medium Australian Labradoodles from this girl. She live in Georgetown, TX with Melodie.

Vivian

She is a miniature Black and White Parti weighing about 22 lbs.  Sweet, laid back and loving, Vivian has a great disposition and is a wonderful companion.  She has the right ratio of energy to couch potato! Vivian lives with Sharon in Houston.

Sadie

Sadie is a very unique parti/merle.  Her parti spots are merle colored!  She is a comical girl and gets along well with everyone! She is a great mommy and resides with Brenton in Georgetown.

Chocolate, Australian Labradoodle Dam

Lillie

Lillie is a beautiful girl with a very laid back personality.  She loves to lie around and cuddle.  She does have an athletic build and can chase some deer if provoked.  She also loves to dance and use her hands (front paws) to get your attention.  She has a lovely cafe au lait coloring fleece coat and is from Rutland Manor and Teagan Park Stock imported from Australia.  Lillie resides in Georgetown, Texas with Melodie.

Blue. Australian Labradoodle

Bluebonnet (Blue) 

Blue is a sweet girl with a reserved personality.  She is a wonderful cuddler who loves to play.  She is very loving and will gently wake me in the morning with a soft touch from her wet nose, then she will snuggle as long as I Iet her.  She is very bouncy and can spring up from all four paws and clear 4 foot when trying to get my attention.   She has a beautiful soft, wavy fleece coat that started out black and now has tinges of brown, making it sable colored.  

 

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