"Social", "smart" and "affectionate" are some of the words that characterize the Australian labradoodle today.
In 1970 the Royal Guide Dog Association of Australia introduced a mix of poodle and labrador into its breeding program of guide dogs. The mixture should be an allergy-friendly alternative to the poodle. The Labradoodle gradually became so popular that breeders across Australia began work on fine-tuning the mix with the aim of developing a friendly, "happy go lucky", easily trained, healthy and low-shedding dog type.
The Australian Labradoodle comes in three sizes.
The ideal coat is a low to non-shedding coat; however, because the breed is still evolving, it is common to see more than one coat type in the breed
Our breeding dogs live in carefully selected host families. The females in our breeding have a maximum of 2 litters and must be 2 years old before the first litter. We never breed back to back.
Exited puppies meeting their new families for the first time...
A small update from us:
Oskar eats well, is active and funny. Sleeps a lot. The nights have gone wery well, sleeping in his cage with his teddy bear. I have slept on the floor next to him. We have been training a lot, and he is so good! He always comes when we call him. We have started training him to be allone for a little while. When we step outside, he complains for a minute, then goes to sleep. We have a lot of fun and are so gratefull you picked us to be his family"