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- Breed: Labradoodle
- Group: Designer
- Height: 10-26"
- Weight: 50-75 lbs
- HypoAllergenic: Yes
- Coat: Wavy
LABRADOODLE PUPPIES FOR SALE
Labradoodle puppies make the perfect companion for any family, especially those with children. As a designer breed, Labradoodle puppies combine traits from Poodles and Labrador Retrievers. Your family can have the perfect companion that is easy to train, friendly, and a lot of fun! Our Labradoodle puppies for sale make an excellent companion and addition to any family!
Are you looking for a dog that combines the friendly attitude and playfulness of the Labrador Retriever with the lower allergy levels and coat care of the Poodle?
If that describes your perfect combination in a puppy, then look at our Labradoodle puppies for sale below!
From the Labrador Retriever, Labradoodle puppies have a friendly, loyal attitude, and they are great with children! From the Poodle side, Labradoodles bring intelligence and hypoallergenic traits.
If you are looking for a Labradoodle puppy for your home and family, then purchase your Labradoodle puppy today!
Family-oriented: Labradoodle puppies are a great addition to any family, whether big or small! Their sensitive yet playful attitude makes them wonderful companions for children. They always love being part of family activities!
Cheerful: Known for their friendly, positive attitude, Labradoodles rarely have a bad day. As long as they are with the people they know and love, they will usually be content.
Intelligent: Labradoodles are bright and relatively easy to train. Their intelligence will sometimes get them into trouble if they become bored, but with proper training, they can be taught almost anything in the home.
Playful: Standard Labradoodles love to play, and they need regular exercise. If you have a small apartment or little room for activity, you may want to purchase a Mini Labradoodle, which is a smaller variation of the Labradoodle.
Companionship: Similar to Labrador Retrievers, Labradoodles love spending time with humans, even if they are strangers. They don’t enjoy being alone for long periods of time and want to be a part of the action. For this reason, they don’t make the best guard dogs.
Like many of the Poodle designer breeds, the Labradoodle is a relatively new breed.
Initially bred in Australia in 1989, the purpose of the breed was to have a guide dog that would also by hypoallergenic. When the first crossbreed was successful, more Labradoodles were bred and trained as guide dogs.
Since then, the crossbreed is becoming more and more popular among families for its friendliness, intelligence, and hypoallergenic coats.
The American Kennel Club does not currently recognize the Labradoodle, but different groups are working on setting breed standards so that the Labradoodle breed can become an officially recognized breed.
Standard Labradoodles vary in size based on the Poodle used. Standard Labradoodles come when a Standard Poodle is used, so they are closer to the size of a Labrador Retriever.
Adult Standard Poodles usually weigh 50-70 pounds and stand 16-26″ tall at the shoulder.
The average Standard Labradoodle lifespan is 10-15 years.
Because they are a crossbreed, each Labradoodle will have a unique coat. Some will show more Labrador Retriever tendencies, and some will have more Poodle tendencies.
Overall, most Labradoodles resemble a mix between the two parent breeds and will have a mixture of loose curls with a shaggy undercoat.
While Standard Labradoodle’s coats will vary, they do seem to favor the Poodle side with their coats. However, this does not mean they require little or no grooming.
The coat length should be in the 4-6″ range. The number of trimmings required to maintain this length will vary on your Labradoodle’s coat.
Labradoodles should be brushed a minimum of several times a week. For Labradoodles that have a shaggier undercoat, brushing will be required more often to keep the dog clean and allergens lower.
Because the breed is still very young, there are not a lot of specifics known with Standard Labradoodle’s health. However, most agree that the breed is healthy, and currently there are no major health concerns with the breed that are not also relevant to Labrador Retrievers or Poodles.
Some argue that designer breeds reduce the health concerns of the parent breeds, but this will take more time and research to be proven.
Due to their floppy ears, you will want to check regularly behind the ears for infection. To prevent infection, make sure the ears completely dry out whenever your Labradoodle becomes wet.
Like all dogs, Labradoodles are susceptible to hip and elbow dysplasia. Hip and elbow dysplasia occurs when the leg or hip becomes weakened, and it can result in arthritis or lameness if not addressed.
One of the best ways to prevent this is by keeping your dog from excessive running on hard surfaces. This is especially vital when they are a puppy.
With Poodles being used in the breeding, many make the false assumption that Labradoodles are automatically allergen-free.
Allergens are caused by dander, which is dead skin cells. Any animal, including humans, shed these dead skills. While Labradoodles typically shed less than Labrador Retrievers, this does not eliminate dander or allergens.
As we mentioned before, Labradoodle’s coats will vary from puppy to puppy, and this affects the allergen level of each dog.
If you have a family member with allergen concerns, it is always good to consult with your family physician.
- 1. Are Labradoodles high energy?Standard Labradoodles have a pretty good amount of energy. They will need daily exercise and entertainment to keep them from becoming bored and destructive.
- 2. Do Standard Labradoodles do well as apartment dogs?Yes, it’s possible to keep a Standard Labradoodle as an apartment dog. But they do take up some space, and they can be prone to the “zoomies,” in which they run around frantically to burn off all their energy. If you want a more manageable size for your apartment, check out our Miniature Labradoodles.
- 3. Would a Labradoodle make a good watchdog?Labradoodles are simply too friendly and personable to make great watchdogs. Their presence may deter intruders, but they are friends with everyone and don’t tend to be aggressive with strange people.
- 4. Are Labradoodles difficult to groom?Labradoodle hair care is manageable, but they are not low maintenance. Labradoodles will need regular brushing sessions to keep their fluffy coats from getting matted and tangled. They will also need regular trips to the groomer to get trimmed so they don’t start looking like poofy teddy bears!
- 5. Do Labradoodles shed?How much your Labradoodle sheds depends on which parent he takes after. You can expect most Labradoodles to be non-to-average shedders.
- 6. Are Labradoodles big barkers?Labradoodles are moderate or “natural” barkers. That means they bark when they need to, but they don’t bark excessively.
- 7. Are Labradoodles easy to housetrain?Yes! With a Labradoodle’s smart, eager-to-please personality, training them should be a breeze.
- 8. Do Labradoodles do well with other pets?Yes, this easy-going breed usually gets along well with all pre-existing pets, including cats.
- 9. Are Labradoodles big chewers?As adults, Labradoodles are not bigger chewers than the average breed. However, they will definitely go through a stage as puppies where they will chew everything in sight. Fortunately, most Labradoodles will outgrow this stage.
- 10. Are Labradoodles good hunting dogs?Both Labradors and Poodles are born hunting dogs, so the Labradoodle should be as well. Their retrieving instincts and eager-to-please nature could make them the ideal hunting dog!