perfect australian labradoodle


# ALAA-044130

Registered Name: Daisy Hill’s Zola

Dam: Daisy Hill’s Safe Haven

Sire: Ladd Hill’s McIver

Type:  Multigen Australian Labradoodle

Size: Medium; 16 inches and 25 pounds

Coat: Non-shedding fleece

Color: Apricot with white markings

Health Clearances: Wallace and/or OFA Hips & Elbows, Cardiac, CAER, IC, 13 disease genetic health certificate including PRA, vWD, EIC and DM.

Perfect Australian Labradoodle

Zola is a little bit of perfection!

I can’t tell you enough good things about Zola. She has the right mix of it all; great temperament, beautiful coat and a stocky build.  She is an absolute love and doesn’t have a mean bone in her body.  She is the perfect Australian Labradoodle. Zola loves adventure and loves to go places with her family.  Her favorite game is hide and seek!  I could easily see Zola complete her therapy dog training at some point. Zola is the daughter of Haven and Mick and acquired the best from both parents. They outdid themselves with this stunning girl! Zola is loved and pampered by her guardian home her in Klamath Falls, OR.


Daisy Hill News

Australian Labradoodle Puppies

June 23rd, 2017

Accepting reservations.

 Now accepting reservations for our Fall/Winter 2017 litters. Please visit our Upcoming Litters page for more info.

1 day ago
Photos from Daisy Hill Australian Labradoodles's post

This handsome little dude is available to a qualified guardian home. Must live in the Klamath Falls area. We rarely have boys available for guardianship, so don't miss out on this opportunity! For ... See more

2 weeks ago
Photos from Daisy Hill Australian Labradoodles's post

Looking for 2 Guardian Homes in the Klamath Falls area. Ready to go home just in time for summer!

Meet Carson (red and white parti) and Mary (dark caramel). These two beautiful babies will be ... See more

4 weeks ago
Timeline Photos

Puppies will sleep anywhere!

1 month ago
Timeline Photos

We are looking for Guardian homes in the Klamath Falls area! We have a few litters coming up (including Sedona's current litter) that we plan on holding back puppies for our program. If you live in ... See more