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Why choose an Australian Labradoodle?

Labradoodles are low to non-shedding. They are athletic and graceful. The ALAA Breed standard temperament is as follows: Extremely clever, sociable, comical and joyful. Energetic when free and quiet when handled. Should approach people in a happy, friendly manner. Keen and easy to train. Should display an intuition about emotional state of family members or handler’s current emotional state or needs. This ability to “know” is what has made the Australian Labradoodle an excellent dog for individuals with special needs.

Why do they cost so much?

If breeding is done correctly, it is very costly. We do extensive testing to our breeding stock to ensure you are getting a healthy puppy to bring in to your family. There are stud costs, veterinary care for mom and puppies, vaccinations, and microchipping among other costs. We offer a lifetime of support and a 2 year health guarantee. To cover all of these expenses and ensure the quality of puppy you are getting, we must charge this amount.

What are the Australian Labradoodle Coat Types/Colors?

There is the fleece coat and wool coat. The fleece coat is soft in texture, as in the Angora goat and can have either a straight, wavy look or a soft, spiraling, curly look. The wool coat is similar to a lamb’s wool in texture and should have the appearance of looser, spiraling wool, which parts easily to the skin.

Both coat types are low to non-shedding.

The coats come in a variety of colors including: parchment, lavender, café, chocolate, caramel, gold, red, black, blue, silver, chalk and cream. Color patterns can be solid, parti, phantom, abstract, sable, brindle, or multi.

*As stated from the Australian Labradoodle Association of America.

What sizes are labradoodles?

Miniature range: Between 14 and 16 inches (35 to 42 centimeters) in height at wither, but not more than 17 inches. (15-25 pounds)

Medium range: Between 17 and 20 inches (43 to 52 centimeters) in height at wither, but not more than 21. Ideal size for a female is 17 to19 inches; for a male, 18 to 20 inches. (30-45 pounds)

Standard range: Between 21 and 24 inches (53 to 63 centimeters) in height at wither, but not more than 25 inches. (50-65 pounds)

*As stated from the Australian Labradoodle Association of America.

What does “Australian” Labradoodle mean?

F1 Labradoodles– Cross of Poodle and Labrador and is a first generation labradoodle.
F1-B Labradoodles– This is a first generation labradoodle bred back to a poodle.
F2 Labradoodle– This is an F1 bred to an F1.
F3 Labradoodle– This is an F2 bred to an F2.
Multi-generation Labradoodle– This is an F3 or higher bred to an F3 or higher.
Australian Labradoodle– Recently the name Australian Labradoodle is used to describe lines of Multigen Labradoodles with long pedigrees, some tracing back to two kennels in Australia. It was discovered that the main contributors to this kennel were the Labrador, Poodle, and Cocker Spaniel.

Excerpt from the Australian Labradoodle Association of America regarding the new breed standard:

Currently the Australian Labradoodle is considered to be a cross between the Poodle, Cocker Spaniel and Labrador Retriever, while the Labradoodle is a cross between the Labrador Retriever and Poodle only.

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