Australian Labradoodle Breed: The Ultimate companion
About the Australian Labradoodle Breed
The Australian Labradoodle was originally bred for people who needed a service dog but suffered from dog allergies. Crossing Labradors; Poodles; American and English Cocker Spaniels; Irish Water Spaniels; and Curly-Coated Retrievers; a new, hypoallergenic breed was created that also prioritized temperament, resulting in a hypoallergenic, service dog. Also, they are extremely loving with kids, so when supervised, they are very compatible with children. They are very even-tempered dogs that are trainable, loyal, affectionate, playful, and hypoallergenic.
An Australian Labradoodle is very relaxed around people. They are curious and can be playful as well. Having just the right amount of energy, they make the perfect companion. They tend to be calmer than regular labradoodles or cockapoos due to the background of breeding with service dog roles in mind. Additionally, they are extremely intelligent, and because they are eager to please, they are easy to train.
Since they love people and want to please them, the puppies have the potential to grow into the perfect service dogs or therapy dogs.
Characteristics of the Australian Labradoodle
An Australian Labradoodle can come in various sizes, colours, and with different hair types
We breed medium and Small medium
18-22 inches (46-56 cm) - 38-48 lb (16-22 kg)
16-18 inches (41-47 cm) - 22-38 lb (10-16 kg)
22+ inches (56+ cm) - 48-88 lb (20-40 kg)
12-16 inches (30-41 cm) - 11-22 lb (5-12 kg)
Our Australian Labradoodle puppies are bred to have a long-life expectancy. Therefore, our pups typically live between 12 and 15 years.
The Australian Labradoodle generally has two hair types: fleece or wool. Fleece-coated dogs have a wavy hair type with a very silky touch. This hair type is non-shedding, and easier to maintain.
Dogs with a wool hair type tend to be curlier, more similar to a poodle, and are also non-shedding; they are the most hypoallergenic. This hair type feels more like cotton. The amount of maintenance depends upon the hair length, and the shorter you keep it, the less maintenance it will demand.
Loose fleece is easier to brush and manage, while the wool coats are the most hypoallergenic but harder to brush. Both types of coats need careful management when the puppy hair changes to the adult coat because it can easily become matted during this process.
The Australian Labradoodle comes in numerous colours and patterns, from black to white and all the colours in between, with the final coat colour often changing from puppy colour, and sometimes changing with the seasons. The colours can vary from solid to multicoloured. An important reminder is that the colours of an Australian Labradoodle puppy might not be the same as in an adult. Sometimes, the hair colours will change over the years both in shade and intensity.
Black-pigmented puppies can have tones of silver, chalk, cream, gold, apricot, red, and/or blue. Brown-pigmented puppies, on the other hand, can have tones of caramel, cafe, chocolate, lavender, and/or red. We focus on a chocolate and red line, although depending on the sire, other colours such as caramel and cream or black are possible, sometimes with white markings. To see some of their beautiful colours, follow our updates on Instagram.
Licensed Breeders of Australian Labradoodles
Australian Labradoodles were first introduced in the United Kingdom in 2003, and British-Australian Labradoodle breeders have continued the excellent, genetic foundation that was started in Australia.
Awarded with 5 Stars
The Doodle Club is a British community of breeders of poodle crosses that is devoted to improving standards for pupspies in the United Kingdom. A strict selection of puppy breeders in the UK have embraced the standards of The Doodle Club, committing themselves to ethical practices. Besides, The Doodle Club awards breeders with stars. Derbyshire Doodle is proud of the 5 stars that were awarded to us. It serves as a confirmation that our love and expertise for our work is acknowledged by a reputable organization that shares the same values we do.
Are you looking for Australian Labradoodle puppies locally in Manchester or Australian Labradoodles puppies in Liverpool? We are your local Australian labradoodle breeder. However, we have successfully matched puppies nationwide from Scotland to Cornwall and everywhere in between, many going to the home counties. As we make sure they are used to car travel we have found they take these longer journeys in their stride. Do not hesitate to contact Derbyshire Doodles to ensure that you get a healthy, well-bred Australian Labradoodle puppy.