Willows Australian Labradoodles
What are the advantages of neutering?
Females: Spaying eliminates the bleeding that occurs during each heat cycle and mitigates any behavioral changes associated with it. Unspayed females, even if they don't have puppies, are at risk of experiencing false pregnancies or uterine infections. Early spaying of females significantly lowers the likelihood of developing mammary cancer (breast cancer) later in life.
Males: Some male dogs exhibit antisocial behavior as they mature. This may manifest as sexual behavior, such as mounting other dogs or even people. Intact (uncastrated) male dogs, when not neutered, may roam over a wide area in search of a mate and can detect a female in heat from a considerable distance, making it challenging to recall them. Such wandering dogs are at a higher risk of being involved in car accidents. Castrating male dogs also reduces the chances of them developing prostate diseases in their later years.
We do not offer Pet Puppies with Breeding Rights. However, we provide a spay and neuter agreement that allows you to decide whether to have your puppy spayed or neutered by the age of 12 months.
Opting for an Australian Labradoodle that hasn't undergone spaying or neutering will result in a significantly higher cost compared to a pet puppy that has been spayed or neutered before reaching 12 months of age.
Upon your puppy selection, we will send you a legally binding contract directly from our solicitor. Non-compliance with the terms of our sale agreement may lead to legal action.