Breed information

The Australian Labradoodle is actually caused by the quest for an allergy-friendly dog that is also suitable as a guide dog. At the end of the 80s, there was a captive breeding program has been developed in a Labrador retriever with a standard Poodle crossed it as it was. The Lab was being used for his "will to please", and the Dog for its intelligence and easy-to-maintain coat. Later on, there are still a few of the breeds used in the mix. The Australian Labradoodle has a very big advantage: it has a non-shedding coat, and is 98% allergy-free.

This dog is very popular and is a wonderful companion for many families. They are friendly, loyal, and energetic, and because of this, the Labradoodle has become very popular. And since there are variety characteristics of a Dog are present on the Labradoodle, they can be good watch dogs, are. (A Dog is catching on to the strange noise.) The Labradoodle is not a guard dog for the garden or home to protect the dogs that are alert. (This is, incidentally, a very good work out, and if it is necessary to learn, The Labradoodle gets along with children as long as they are properly socialized, but with the temperament of the Poodle may linger which can cause issues in the future. The Labradoodle can also get along well with other dogs providing they are well socialized and are raised in puppy time. However, they can be unpredictable in small animals.

Colors:
White, cream, abricot, cafe, red, silver, gold, blue, chocolade and black
 
Sizes:
A miniature 35-42cm with a weight of 7Kg-13Kg.
Medium 43-52cm, with a weight of 13Kg-20Kg.
Standaard van 53-63cm met een gewicht van 23Kg-30Kg