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Standard female Labradoodles weigh 45-60 pounds while standard male Labradoodles weigh 55-77 pounds.
Standard Labradoodles are approximately 23-26 inches in height.
Labradoodles come in a variety of different colours such as silver, red, chocolate, black, apricot, and gold.
The Labradoodle, depending upon its breeding, either has a Fleece coat or a Wool Curly coat. Both coats are non-shedding and hypoallergenic.
Labradoodles are intelligent and intuitive dogs that generally love water and swimming. Sociable and friendly, these energetic animals are wonderful companions and excellent assistance dogs.
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The Labradoodle is a hybrid dog created by crossbreeding a Labrador Retriever with a Poodle. The first deliberately bred dog of this kind belonged to Wally Conron, an Australian dog breeder. Although not currently recognized by any of the major kennel clubs, the Labradoodle is a distinct breed of its own.
The name “Labradoodle” is a combination of the names “Labrador” and “Poodle.”
While the Labradoodle temperament varies from dog to dog, these animals are typically non-aggressive and very trainable. Labradoodles are excellent with children and families.
These highly intelligent dogs are very trainable and perform well as guide dogs and as other types of assistance dogs.
Labradoodles are active dogs that require plenty of regular exercise.
Labradoodles have wonderful personalities and make excellent family companions. With their non-shedding, hypo-allergenic coats, these dogs are a great choice for people with allergies. Labradoodles come in three varieties (standard, medium, and miniature) and have an average life span of approximately 13 to 15 years.
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