Breeding is not an exact science – Mother Nature is involved.  As a result, sometimes the timing of a female’s heat cycle or an expected litter’s coat colors or markings don’t always match exactly what we had planned. We can estimate heat seasons and predict color percentages and markings of a litter, but Mother Nature makes the final call.  We strive to select pairings of adult dogs that will produce wonderful temperaments and color combinations, and we are always thrilled with the puppies, no matter their colors or patterns/markings. 

When you pay your reservation fee, you can select a particular litter if there is an opening on the reservation list or you can tell JoaLins you are interested in a puppy from the next available litter. Reservation fees are always transferable to a different litter at a later date.

JoaLins may need to use a different stud than originally planned as it may be necessary at times to replace a stud or create an entirely different pairing of a dam and sire due to the interference of Mother Nature.  In the event we change a stud for a future pairing, we will make every effort to ensure the same colors and sizes expected for the litter, however this may not always be possible.

JoaLins may retain 2 breeding quality puppies from any of our litters for our breeding program or other breeder’s programs. 

It is not uncommon for our reservation list to fill up quickly, so please take the time to fill out and submit an application and place a reservation fee to reserve a spot if you are interested in adding a future JoaLins multi-generational Australian Labradoodle puppy to your family!!  Click here for the application.

Questions? Need more information? Send us an email using the form under “Contact Us” or call (813) 449-3359 during our office hours listed on our “Contact Us” page.  Between puppies and family, we can’t always answer the phone, but please leave a message or let us know by email that you’d like to talk and we’ll get back to you promptly.

Our lovely True Blue Caramel Macchiato at JoaLins, called Reka around the house, went into heat on March 10th and honeymooned on March 23, 2022. If you were watching for Reka’s litter of puppies this past fall, you know how excited I am to report hat she finally went into heat!  Mother Nature apparently decided that Reka didn’t need to be having a litter of puppies last fall for whatever reason. 😊  We mated her with our chocolate phantom boy, Clear Water Hazelnut Mochaccino at JoaLins, also known as Nole.  These two produced amazing puppies in Reka’s last litter and we figured we couldn’t improve on perfection. Reka is a small miniature Australian Labradoodle at 18-19 pounds that is full of energy and a real cuddle bug. Reka is a sable chocolate parti – an uncommon color combination. Reka also has a super soft wavy coat – it feels like soft cashmere when you pet her.  She has an outgoing, big personality in a very tiny body.  Sweet as can be too.  Nole is a mini at about 22 pounds and is cool, calm, and collected. Nole’s temperament is mellow, confident, and smart. Because of his unique looks, he draws a crowd whenever he goes out – he loves the attention because he just loves people!  If Mother Nature cooperates, Reka and Nole’s puppies may include caramel, red, apricot and chocolate coat colors with some gorgeous white markings (like Reka)  and maybe a phantom like Nole as well. These puppies are expected to all be precious little minis, averaging between 17 and 25 pounds when full grown!  The expected birth date of Reka’s puppies is around May 23rd.

This litter is likely fully reserved but, you can fill out our puppy application and pay our reservation fee so you name goes on our Master Reservation list for upcoming litters. We also use this list to fill any spots that become vacant from larger than expected litters being born or due to families that defer to a later litter of puppies.

Chocolate sable Australian Labradoodle

Reka

Chocolate phantom Australian Labradoodle

Nole

Our Lake Blue’s Tropical Sunset at JoaLins, known as Caiya here at home, went into heat around March 20th and honeymooned March 30, 2022 with Oswald. I had thought her litter last year would be her last but so many families want a Caiya puppy that I decided to breed her one last time.  We selected Lakewood Labradoodles Oswald as the exact right stud for our retirement litter from Caiya.  He and Caiya will produce puppies the color and size of Caiya and with the same sweet temperament. Caiya is our solid golden red girl that is so devoted and loving!  Caiya weighs about 21 lbs. and is a true mini.  Oswald is owned by another breeder and is in very high demand as a stud for many different Australian Labradoodle breeders. Oswald is so fun, smart, cuddly, and delightful in every way! He lives in Lake Wales with his guardian parents where he is the light of their days! He goes everywhere with them and brings joy to all he meets. He is also a true mini size, weighing in at just 17 lbs. Caiya expected to deliver her adorable puppies around May 28, 2022.

This litter is likely fully reserved but, you can fill out our puppy application and pay our reservation fee so you name goes on our Master Reservation list for upcoming litters. We also use this list to fill any spots that become vacant from larger than expected litters being born or due to families that defer to a later litter of puppies.

Red Australian Labradoodle at JoaLins

Caiya

Apricot Australian Labradoodle from LakeWood Labradoodles

Oswald

Our gorgeous Lavender Blue Dilly Dilly was our next momma that went into heat this Spring. On March 29th Dilly started her heat and honeymooned with Nole on April 8th.  Dilly weighs about 27 pounds and has a super soft curly fleece coat that is a rare shade of silver.  She is a head turner wherever she goes! Dilly has a very playful personality, loves to give hugs and definitely enjoys her toys and chasing bugs in our yard.  When Dilly was a puppy she was dark black and over her first year she turned this gorgeous shade of silver.  Many of her puppies lighten in color as well. We’ve had chocolates turn a beautiful shade of café and in her last litter we had a black puppy turn silver just like her momma.  If you have allergies in your family, this would be the litter of puppies you should strongly consider. The little bit of extra curl in Dilly’s coat seems to do an even better job of avoiding any allergic reactions.

Nole, the stud that was bred to Dilly,  is a miniature Australian Labradoodle and his temperament is cool, calm, and collected. Nole is also fun loving and playful. Because of his unique phantom coloring, he draws a crowd wherever he goes, especially when he walks along the Tampa Riverwalk. The expected date of birth of Dilly and Nole’s puppies is June 7th. We hope to have chocolate (that may turn café), black (that may turn silver),  red, caramel and apricot coat colors – this is called a rainbow litter due to the wide range of possible coat colors. Some of the puppies may also be parti (they would have white markings like their momma Dilly) and others may be the much sought after phantoms like their dad, Nole! These puppies are expected to be mini to medium in size as adults; weights are estimated between 22 and 38 pounds. We have already started receiving reservations for puppies from our summer litters, including Dilly’s, so if you are interested in a puppy, I would encourage you to fill out a JoaLins puppy application soon. Most litters are usually reserved a few months before they are born. 

Silver Australian Labradoodle

Dilly

Chocolate phantom Australian Labradoodle

Nole

Our extra sweet JoaLins Obsidian Girl, who is called Minnie around her family, had such gorgeous puppies last time that we plan to breed her again when she comes into heat in early June.  In preparation for her honeymoon we are already searching for just the right stud as we always want to produce exceptional puppies. Last time we bred Minnie to our Clear Water’s Mardi Gras  – they made just adorable puppies together!  We will be looking for a mini stud to mate with Minnie that has a solid stocky build, great health testing results, a wonderful calm easy-going temperament and a coat that will produce amazing puppies. We have already started receiving reservations for puppies for our summer litters of puppies so if you are interested in a puppy, I would encourage you to fill out a JoaLins puppy application. 

Australian Labradoodles black

Minnie

Doodle clip art

To be determined