When I decided to get an Australian Labradoodle puppy, I researched breeders extensively. My priorities were the welfare and quality of the puppy and support for the new owner. I knew we would require some hand-holding. Peggy of Seaspray Australian Labradoodles and Leslie of True Blue are “Puppy Goddesses” (my words). Their pups are known for the training and early socialization they receive from birth. Before she came home, our Molly Brown had already been exposed to cats, horses, busy sidewalks, swimming pools, children, loud noises and more. She was a confident, well-adjusted family member from day one. Being the analytical type, I ask lots of questions. Leslie always gives me the straight scoop, whether the topic is doggy life vests, training snafus or behavior issues. (Of which there have been few, due to the great start she provided.) The wait-list is very long for Seaspray/True Blue pups, but it’s well worth it! I wouldn’t trade Molly Brown for anything. I know other Seaspray/True Blue owners feel the same about their “doodles”. If your life feels incomplete without an intelligent, devoted, hypoallergenic, non-shedding, furry companion, this is the smart choice.