We are a small family breeder located in Oregon. It is our sincere desire to match the best Labradoodle puppies to wonderful families. They are truly magnificent animals. As a small breeder, we become attached to each puppy so it does our hearts good when we see them matched up with caring families that will give them great homes! We are proud to be listed among the other fine breeders in the Australian Labradoodle Association of America!
Do you live within a couple hours of Eugene Oregon? Please go to our Guardian Home Opportunities page to see if you are interested in this unique program.
We have a couple of fun litters coming this early summer. They will be medium sized puppies from both Nim and Zoey. You can check see more about these litters on our Current Litters page.
We are happy to learn that Maisy is in heat and we will be breeding her with Deacon for a second time. Please see our Future Litters page for more information.
Amy Lindgren, Owner of Signature Labradoodles and happy mother of four children.
Dale Lindgren, Website designer, and facilities manager.
Allison Lindgren, Groomer and caretaker of puppies.
Our Guardian Homes, We could not do this without you! Thank You!
The Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA) protects the welfare of the Labradoodle and Australian Labradoodle breeds. The organization promotes responsible dog companionship by cataloguing helpful information about the breeds and by offering networking services to breeders and owners. As a leader in this effort, we are working to make a difference. The ALAA manages the largest database of Labradoodles and Australian Labradoodles in the world, with vital statistics for nearly 20,000 dogs and ancestral information for more than 25,000 dogs. Our membership grows daily, and we invite you to join us as we help to write the history of these incredible breeds.
Silver Paw Standards include hip and elbow clearances required of all member breeders, an eye exam clearance from a certified ophthalmologist must be submitted for all dogs in a breeder’s program in order to be awarded the Silver Paw logo. A breeder must re-test and resubmit clearance to retain the Silver Paw logo. Breeders must re-test each breeding age dog every 18 months and submit clearances to retain the Silver Paw.
Since 2001, owners have found this site and placed their stories on it. We decided then as a group that we would only list Goldendoodle and Labradoodle breeders who met certain criteria. We wanted breeders who not only health tested, we looked for breeders who backed their puppies with owner-friendly health warranties and who earned a reputation for providing healthy puppies and treating people with professionalism. The breeders who are awarded this logo are tried and true, and come highly recommended by the owners of their dogs.