About Us

Carolina Labradoodles is a small, family-owned breeder in North Carolina of exceptional Multigenerational Australian Labradoodles.  We breed for non-shedding, allergy friendly, trainable, loving and affectionate family pets.

   I am Allison Purser, the owner and breeder of Carolina Labradoodles.  I, along with my husband and three children, hand raise all of our labradoodle puppies.  We own a family farm in south central North Carolina and are very familiar with raising and caring for animals.  We prioritize the physical and social needs of all dogs and pups.  We were first drawn to the labradoodle breed because of the non-shedding quality but quickly fell in love with their intelligence and gentle nature. They truly are wonderful companion dogs.  

   

We have always had Westies in my family, and still do (note our dog Josie in some of the pics), but when we started to look for a second dog to add to our household we just knew we couldn't handle anymore dog hair.  My mom was also searching for the perfect "allergy friendly" pet for herself.  She has moderate dog allergies.  She texted me a picture of an adorable Labradoodle puppy and I started doing research.  I quickly realized the important difference in the F1 Labradoodle and the authentic Australian Labradoodles.  Long story short, we fell in love with the Australian Labradoodles and decided to take on the responsibility of furthering this exceptional breed and sharing these wonderful dogs with the world! 

Carolina Labradoodles are genuine Multigenerational Australian Labradoodles, which means you can expect a consistent non-shedding dog with a beautiful "teddy-bear" look.  There is a distinct difference in this Australian Labradoodle than in the F1 Labradoodle or even F2b Labradoodle.  The F1 is a Poodle bred to a Labrador Retriever, and the F2b is an offspring of the Poodle Lab cross that is bred back to a Poodle.  These "American" Labradoodles do not have the predictability in their litters that our dogs do.  Our doodles have pedigrees that can be traced back to Tegan Park and Rutland Manor, the two founding breeders in Australia of the Australian Labradoodle.