History

What is an Australian Labradoodle?

The breed of Australian Labradoodle is approximately 30 years old originally being bred to be asthma friendly, bringing allergy free service dogs to the forefront. They have quickly become a well loved breed and a go to choice for anyone looking for a family companion.

Their temperament lends them to being a fantastic choice to be the perfect choice for a family pet,they are incredibly sociable and love being around people. Being highly intelligent and well balanced, calm, gentle, loving and bundles of fun to be around.

The breed has come to be from six parents- Labrador, English Cocker Spaniel, American Cocker Spaniel, Poodle, Irish Water spaniel and Curly Coat Retriever. They were carefully chosen over many generations of breeding to produce the lovable dogs that we refer to as multi-generation Australian Labradoodles.

Labradoodles which are only from the Poodle and Labrador negating the other parents is referred to as the Labradoodle Origin, Early Generation Labradoodle or British/American Labradoodle. These are inherently different a very different breed of dog in many ways. The biggest difference is the coat type – Australian Labradoodles have non-shedding fleece and wool coats which will grow quite long which is easily trimmed to your preference whereas Early Generation Labradoodles have much shorter coats which shed to varying degrees. Australian Labradoodles also have a much more square shape and soild build than the Early Generation. Although both are loving pets, the Australian Labradoodles are much calmer and a lot easier to train. They are easy going, fun loving and have amazing characters.

More information can be found here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/labradoodle or just contact us with any questions and we will be happy to reply and help with anything we can do.