Australian labradoodle puppies for sale arizona

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They will be having a litter of beautiful mediums doodles that will be born in January of 2018

Our next litter of beautiful mini Australian labradoodles will be born

Late fall of 2017

The cutest doodles ever!

Australian Labradoodles are known for their gentle and loving temperaments, athleticism and beautiful curly, wavy or fleece coats. Gorgeous coloring of chocolate, red, apricot, cream, black, caramel and gold are possible. They are very intelligent, low to no shedding, asthma and allergy friendly. They are bred for the best health a dog could wish for. The Australian Labradoodle club of America states: “In the early days, the Australian Labradoodle was simple a cross between a Labrador retriever and a standard poodle. Dogs from this cross typically were bred to each other over future generations, whereby the Australian dogs were also known as “multi-generational” Labradoodles Then in the late 1980’s Tegan park and Rutland manor, the two founders of the Australian Labradoodle (as we know it today) began carefully infusing several other breeds into early generations of the lab/poodle crosses to improve the temperament, coat, confirmation and size. The infused breeds include the Irish water spaniel as well as the American and English cocker spaniel. Resulting Labradoodles subsequently have been bred to each other, continuing the multi-generational tradition. Today Australian Labradoodles are wonderful, intelligent dogs with lush coats that are more reliably low to non-shedding and allergy friendly than other types of Labradoodles such as the original first generation lab/poodle crosses, or first generation crosses bred back to poodles.
What is an Australian Labradoodle?