Australian Labradoodle Puppies

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We are an Australian breeder of Australian Labradoodle puppies, and we are located in Australia, on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales (NSW).

The Labradoodle is considered to have been at first developed in Australia, when it is thought that in attempting to breed a fitting dog for use as a Guide Dog that would also be ‘allergy friendly’ for individuals who had allergy problems with Labradors, the Labradoodle was produced.

Many individuals are currently aware that the Labradoodle is produced from the breeding of a Labrador with a Poodle. By mixing the Labrador with the Poodle, the litter of puppies that are produced have coats influenced by the Poodle coat, which observably is very distinct to the Labrador coat, and does not shed anywhere near as much.

There are three types of Poodles, these being the Standard Poodle (the larger of the three types), the Miniature Poodle, and the Toy Poodle.

The Australian Labradoodle dogs were developed using the Standard Poodle, and it is more like the size of a Labrador. We only breed Labradoodle pups from the Standard Poodle, as we believe this to be more like nature, and it does not seem ‘natural’ to us for a large breed like the Labrador to be mated with a small dog like a Miniature Poodle or a Toy Poodle.

The phrase ‘Australian Labradoodle’ puppy or puppies can sometimes be a bit confusing or unclear.

Some people use the term ‘Australian Labradoodle’ when referring to Labradoodles in general.

Some other individuals use the term ‘Australian Labradoodle’ when referring to Labradoodles that have been bred in Australia or from Australian breeding stock.

And then other people use the term ‘Australian Labradoodle’ when referring to multi-generational Labradoodle pups. That is, puppies that are bred not from a Labrador and a Poodle.

There are various methods or examples of how this may be done. For example, some breeders will have a Labradoodle and breed it with a Poodle, trying to get more of the Poodle characteristics in the resulting puppies.

My thought on this is that if you want a dog or puppy that is more like a Poodle, then why not just get a Poodle?

Also, one of the real strengths or advantages of Labradoodles is the hybrid vigour that is intrinsic with the breed, and maximized in the first-cross (that is, F1 generation).

The first-cross of F1 Labradoodle is what is produced from the bleeding of a Labrador with a Poodle.

There are other generations also, such second-cross (F2),third-cross (F3), etc, etc.

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