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About Labradoodles

Want to learn more about Labradoodles? Labradoodles, a delightful crossbreed between Labrador Retrievers and Poodles, embody the best of both worlds: the affable nature of Labs and the intelligence and hypoallergenic coat of Poodles.

 

  Their inception in the 1980s

Labradoodles have captured the hearts of dog enthusiasts worldwide with their charming personalities, adaptability, and suitability for various lifestyles. As a hybrid breed, Labradoodles exhibit a fascinating blend of traits inherited from their parent breeds. These hand-selected traits make them loving companions and versatile working dogs.

Let’s explore everything you need to know about Labradoodles, from their history and characteristics to their care and training requirements. Whether you’re considering adding a Labradoodle to your family or you want to learn more about this captivating breed, you’ve come to the right place.

Labradoodles come in a variety of sizes ranging from 15 to 65 pounds and 14 to 24 inches, spanning from the wither to the ground.

Are there multiple sizes?

Yes, Australian Labradoodles come in a variety of sizes ranging from 15 to 65 pounds and 14 to 24 inches, spanning from the wither to the ground. They are classified into three major sizes including miniature, medium and standard.

A MINI sized Labrdoodle ranges from 14 -16 inches tall. They are typically 15-25 lbs.

A MEDIUM sized Labdradoodle ranges from 17-20 inches tall. They are typically 25-45 lbs.

A STANDARD sized Labdradoodle ranges from 21-25 inches tall. They range from in weight from 50-65 lbs.

More About Labradoodles

Do they make good guide/therapy dogs?

Because of their warm and loving personality Labradoodles are one of the best Therapy dogs for people with autism, anxiety, depression, and a number of other disabilities.

Do they make good watch dogs?

Labradoodles are great family pets due to their loving personality, but they’re not great for protection! That’s because this joyful dog breed, typically easygoing, and we’re not bred to be aggressive.

Are they easy to train?

Labradoodles are very easy to train as they are eager to learn and highly intelligent.

Are they hypoallergenic?

The carefully bred, low to no-shedding coat of the Australian Labradoodle makes them an allergy-friendly dog, but no dog is truly hypoallergenic. Australian Labradoodles are not the same as other doodles.

What is their life expectancy?

Labradoodles have an average life expectancy of between 12-15 years.

What are the generations for Doodles?

F1 Labradoodle

  • Product of a Standard Poodle and a Labrador Retriever

  • 50% Labrador Retriever and 50% Standard Poodle

F1b Labradoodle

  • Product of a F1 Labradoodle and a Standard Poodle

  • 25% Labrador Retriever and 75% Standard Poodle

Multigenerational Australian Labradoodle

  • Product of two Australian Labradoodles (F1b or greater generation) with selective and limited infusion of breeds.

  • The Australian Labradoodle carries the DNA of the Labrador, Poodle, and Cocker Spaniel (American or English).

  • True hybrid yielding ideal temperament, coat, and conformation

  • Most often is the result of the crossing an Australain Multi-Gen Labdradoodle with another Australian Multi-Gen Labdradoodle. An Australian Labradoodle can be created by crossing a Poodle to another Australian Labradoodle, a Cockapoo to a Labradoodle, a Labradoodle to a Cocker Spaniel and the like, resulting in the three-breed combination.

About Labradoodles

Breed Characteristic Chart

On a scale of 1-5 we have listed out common breed characteristics for Labradoodles and given answers based on the Labradoodle characteristics- as the breed in general. 

about Labradoodles the breed characteristics in a chart

Understanding Labradoodle

 

About Labradoodles Genetics + Generations

Genetics + Generations

F1 Labradoodle

  • Product of a Standard Poodle and a Labrador Retriever

  • 50% Labrador Retriever and 50% Standard Poodle

F1b Labradoodle

  • Product of a F1 Labradoodle and a Standard Poodle

  • 25% Labrador Retriever and 75% Standard Poodle

Multigenerational Australian Labradoodle

  • Product of two Australian Labradoodles (F1b or greater generation) with selective and limited infusion of breeds.

  • The Australian Labradoodle carries the DNA of the Labrador, Poodle, and Cocker Spaniel (American or English).

  • True hybrid yielding ideal temperament, coat, and conformation

  • Most often is the result of the crossing an Australain Multi-Gen Labdradoodle with another Australian Multi-Gen Labdradoodle. An Australian Labradoodle can be created by crossing a Poodle to another Australian Labradoodle, a Cockapoo to a Labradoodle, a Labradoodle to a Cocker Spaniel and the like, resulting in the three-breed combination. We hope you found this information about Labradoodles and their crosses very informative.

about Labradoodles coat types

What are the coat types??

FLEECE COAT: The fleece coat is know to be silky and soft. It can range from being almost striaght or with just a few waves in it. Regardless, of the wave or curl this coat must be groomed in order to be mat free. This coat is non-shedding (with grooming care), however, it is typical to find the occasional “dust bunny” around the house. This coat is frequently acceptable for people with allergies.

WOOL COAT: This is very dense and curly just like a poodle. A wool coat typically has more cotton-like feel. It can be kept long but requires more grooming in this style. If it is kept short this coat is easy to maintain and usually non-shedding and allergy friendly!

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