We are the first and ONLY family offering purebred, multigerational Australian Labradoodles in the state of Alaska! No need to ship your quality puppies to the Last Frontier any longer.
We are located in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, which is centrally located between Anchorage and Denali National Park in Southcentral Alaska.
We have a small, in-home program where we focus on healthy, well-socialized, happy labradoodles. Puppies are born in our home and are exposed to other dogs, kids, visitors, household noise, hustle and bustle, and the love of our busy family.
In addition to providing a supportive, stimulating, caring environment, Lazy Mountain Labradoodles is committed to the health of your puppy. We make sure our breeding dogs meet or exceed the testing requirements of the Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA). We test for genetically inheritable diseases such as elbow and hip dysplasia, EIC, PRA, von Willebrand's disease, and have eye exams annually. Your Labradoodle puppy will be dewormed regularly, receive age-appropriate vaccinations, a microchip, and a well-puppy exam by 8 weeks.
Our Labradoodle puppies are loved, well-socialized, and cared for as a part of our family until they become a part of your family. You will be able to call on us for support for the lifetime of your pet. Once you own a Labradoodle, you may find that it’s hard to have just one!
Reach out to reserve your FURever labradoodle puppy or to ask any questions!
Dedicated to protecting the Australian Labradoodle through
responsible breeding, education, integrity and love.
po box 2606 Palmer, AK 99645 US
"Tara has been great to deal with. Excellent service and communication. The puppy is awesome! We will definitely be buying another puppy from her in the future." - Joshua Setzer
Our breeding dogs are ALAA DNA Profiled. All of our breeding dogs have been DNA'd and their DNA profiles have been submitted to the ALAA. This has been done to protect the buyer and support parentage identification. We are proud to be an ALAA/DNA breeder.