Labradoodle Information, Labradoodle Characteristics, Labradoodle Coat Types, Labradoodle Coat Colors, Chocolate Labradoodle, Cream Labradoodle, Red Labradoodle, Black Labradoodle, Apricot Labradoodle
There is a lot of different Labradoodle information about the way Labradoodles first came to be bred. Rather than get into a debate with breeders about where they came from, I would worry more about where they are now and what the differences are. Labradoodles do vary greatly in size, coats, and colors. Labradoodles with Australian roots tend to be multi-generational and therefore usually have a more consistent coat. This is not to say that F1B Labradoodles can't be just as allergy friendly and consistent in their looks. There are also a lot of breeders in the US who have been breeding long enough to have multi-generation Labradoodles that do not originate from Australia.

It's best to consider both the American Labradoodle and the Australian Labradoodle when choosing a breeder. Look for a breeder who has a lot of experience and has fine tuned their breeding program to produce consistently non-shedding coats with little variation in the litters. Of course, if allergies and shedding are not a concern, there are Labradoodles with straighter coats that have great personalities and make wonderful pets!
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There is a lot of Labradoodle Information floating
around on the internet, and it is sometimes very
confusing and makes looking into the Labradoodle
breed very difficult! We hope this information below
will help you understand the different Labradoodle
generations, coats, sizes, temperments, and how
to best pick out the perfect Labradoodle Puppy for
your family.
Labradoodle Characteristics
The Labradoodle is known for its outstanding intelligence and trainability, low allergy coat, low to non-shedding coat and lack of doggie odor. They are slightly heavier than the Standard Poodle with strong front limbs. They are an overall balanced dog with a slightly longer than square build.

The Labradoodle's head is broad and their eyes are large, slightly round and set apart. Their nose is square and large. The tail is like a saber and should be low set.

The Labradoodle is good with children and is easy to train. They get along well with other dogs, are extremely clever, sociable and joyful and quick to learn unusual or special tasks. They are active, a little comical at times and can attempt to outsmart their owners if undisciplined. They are non-aggressive and friendly, although obviously loyal to their own family.
Labradoodle Generations
This is some of the most important Labradoodle Information you will need. There are many different types of labradoodles that are bred. Here are some examples of the most commonly found labradoodles;

F1 is a first generation labradoodle. It is a Labrador Retriever bred to a Poodle.

F1B (MOST COMMON) is a second generation labradoodle. It is a first generation labradoodle bred back to a poodle.

F2 is a second generation labradoodle. It is either a first generation bred to a first generation or it is a first generation bred to a second generation or higher.

Multi-Gen is a third generation and higher labradoodle.
Labradoodle Sizes
Labradoodles come in many different sizes and not all breeders use the same classifications for each size. Here are some of the common classifications.

Three Common Labradoodle Sizes:

Standard: 50lbs and up
Medium:  35lbs - 50lbs
Miniature: 20-35lbs
Labradoodle Coat Types
Are you wondering what a Labradoodle looks like? What colors do Labradoodles come in? Check out the pictures to the right.

Here are a few of the various coat colors that you can find.

Red, Apricot, Cream, Chocolate, Silver, Blue, Black, Cafe au Lait, and Chalk.


Here are some of the various types of coats you can expect a Labradoodle to have

There are Hair, Fleece, and Wooly Coats with varying degrees of wave or curl.

Generally the Hair Coats are the easiest to maintain. They require very little grooming by their owners. They may however shed.

The Fleece Coat is usually the most sought after. It requires a medium amount of grooming by the dog owner. It is soft and usually non-shedding.

The Curly or Wooly coats are usually the hardest to maintain. They need regular grooming by the owner and usually by a professional groomer as well.


That concludes our page of Labradoodle Information. We hope we were able to answer some of your questions!

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