The Z Litter is here!

Five beautiful little girls were born on the 12th November 2023 to proud parents, Tricky and Rex. They are gorgeous, strong little ladies who love their food and are just beginning rudimentary play with one another.  Eyes are nearly fully open and we can’t wait for the coming weeks to find out more about each of them as individuals. We are nearly finished the ENS (Early Neurological Stimulation) phase, something that we started with our very first litter and have carried out for every litter along the way.

Health & other information about the parents of the Z Litter can be found here:

Tricky (Parity Talk the Talk)

Rex (SRB Ch. AUS Ch. Argos Labando)

Our puppies are raised in our home with a lot of love and care.  They experience a lot of different toys and situations during their time with us, and have plenty of exposure to both adult and young lagotto. When they are 7 weeks of age they are fully vet checked, microchipped and have their first vaccination.  Our worming protocol starts with their mum before they are born and continues at regular intervals throughout the first 8 weeks.

Most of our photos and videos are uploaded to our Facebook page, Parity Lagotto Romagnolo, if you are interested in watching the little ones grow.

The babies will be 8 weeks old and ready to start their new lives with their families from the 7th January 2024. Puppies are $5000.

Please contact us via our contact page if you would like to express interest in adding a Lagotto puppy to your family early January 🙂


Please do your research.

The Lagotto Romagnolo is a working breed and although they may look like teddy bears, they are not suitable for everyone. Please do your research to ensure a good match.  Our FAQ section is a good starting point, as well as searching on the internet.

We do not keep a waiting list.

We have found that an ongoing waiting list has little value because the list becomes dated and those on it may have changed circumstances by the time we have puppies available.

We announce that we have a litter, and then collate an “Interested” list. This helps us begin to decide on the most suitable family for each available puppy. After chatting with potential matches to get an understanding of what they are looking for in a dog, we generally wait a while to get to know the puppies in the litter and watch their personality and budding temperament, and also potential energy levels of the babies. This is all so as to best allocate the puppies to the most suitable family. Allocation usually starts when the puppies are  6-7 weeks of age, sometimes earlier or later depending on the litter.  We will take deposits as a placeholder, but will fully refund it if the right puppy is not in the litter.

Keep an eye on our Facebook Page and/or this page.

If you are interested in expressing interest for a puppy from a future litter, we suggest that you keep an eye on our Facebook page and this page for any announcements of upcoming litters, or available dogs.