What is a labradoodle?
simply a cross between a labrador retriever and standard
generation labradoodle; parents are lab and poodle, in no particular
generation labradoodle; parents are both F1 labradoodles.
labradoodle who has one labradoodle parent and one poodle
This is done to
reinforce the wooly
coat and curls, striving for little to no shedding.
generation labradoodle; parents are F1 labradoodles, with one
or both of them F1B.
offspring of two 2nd (or more) generation labradoodles.
How do I determine
The lowest generation parent +1. An F5 dad and F1
mom create F2 pups.
Australian Labradoodle carries the DNA of the Labrador, Poodle and
Cocker Spaniel (American or English). 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. Australian Labradoodles and
Multigen Australian Labradoodles typically have a non-shedding coat
(again, as much as any dog can be non-shedding) if both parents are
Why a labradoodle?
to combine the
poodle's wit and low-shed fur with the social,
gentle, trainable labrador.
Labradoodles at work:
guide dogs for the
blind, assistance dogs, and therapy dogs. naturals at hunting
Labradoodles are in
the Oxford Dictionary, Monopoly Here & Now, and
several labradoodle plush toys have been
fund-raising for the blind and cancer.
Voted toy of the
Labradoodles as the perfect
hypoallergenic dog: Labradoodles
may be allergy friendly, but there is no breed of dog that is truly
hypoallergenic. There are many types of allergies, but if
allergies are to certain types of fur, a doodle may work great. If your
allergies are to dander, a lower dander dog (as doodles) may work
great for your
family. However, if your allergies are to saliva, you will
not find a dog that will not cause a reaction.