The breed

The Australian Labradoodle first arose in the 70's/80's as a servicedog for people with allergies It is a crossbreed of several breeds that aimed for an allergy friendly dog. It is a breed that has been around for over 25 years now and yet is still too young for recognition with the FCI, but has its own World Wide Australian Labradoodle Association (WALA) and its own pedigree.
The Labradoodle has a friendly, sociable character and an allergy-friendly coat. Australian Labradoodles have a wavy or curly coat and do not give off body or coat odor. All this makes the Australian Labradoodle an ideal family dog.. The coat of an Australian Labradoodle is special because in practice many people who are allergic to dogs respond well to an Australian Labradoodle. Unfortunately this does not apply to all allergic people, so it is important that they are always tested first.

Sizes
Australian Labradoodles come in 3 sizes:

• Mini 35-42cm weight 7-13 kilos
• Medium 43-52cm weight 14-20 kilos
• Standaard 53-63cm weight 21-30 kilos

Colors

You have Australian Labradoodles in almost all colors, solid, but you also have the two-color doodles:
White, cream, apricot cream, apricot, red, silver, gold, blue, black, chocolate, cafe, parchment and phantom.

There are two different coats the wool coat and the fleece coat. Both coats have no moulting period, but just like people, the dogs always lose some hair. The coat of the Australian Labradoodle also requires the necessary maintenance. The owner must be prepared to invest in this. Regular brushing and grooming once every 8 to 12 weeks on average in order to keep coat and welfare of the dog well.
The coat of the Australian Labradoodle also requires the necessary maintenance. The owner must be prepared to invest in this. Regular brushing and grooming once every 8 to 12 weeks on average in order to keep coat and welfare of the dog well.

Furthermore: this is THE dog that will make your family complete!

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