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Weight
25 - 90 lbs
Height
13 - 22 inches
Color(s)
Seven different colors: halk, cream, apricot, chocolate, café, black and silver. Chalk, cream and apricot/gold can have rose or black pigment.
Overview
The Labradoodle was developed between a cross of the Standard Poodle, and the Yellow and/or Black Labradors. They were developed for companion purposes and to provide the best of both worlds as it is stated. This dog has become very popular in home life making a wonderful companion for many families. Proper research must be done when interested in a mixed breed as their origins and temperament may be unknown.
Character
The Labradoodle is very easy to train being very intelligent. They are very intuitive, yet can be very energetic. The Labradoodle makes a very good companion dog and does well as a service animal with the right training. This dog is becoming very popular in the average home environment. The Labradoodle is said to be extremely intelligent, taking on both characteristics from the Lab and the Poodle.
Temperament
Friendly, loyal, and energetic, the Labradoodle has become very popular. They make good watchdogs. The Labradoodle should get along well with children if properly socialized, however the temperament of the Poodle may linger which can cause issues in the future. The Labradoodle should get along well with other dogs if socialized properly and raised with them from puppyhood, however has unknown tendencies when it comes to smaller animals.
Care
The Labradoodle should be regularly brushed to prevent tangling or matting of the coat. This dog sheds little to no hair so should be clipped at least once a year. This dog however can shed depending on the bloodlines. The proper research must be done by allergy sufferers to ensure they will get a "hypo-allergenic" dog. The Labradoodle should not shed much hair so brushing is extremely important.
Coat
The Labradoodle is a very popular mixed breed that does not have a breed standard, however it is preferred that the dog has a wooly and curly coat while retaining many characteristics of the Lab. The hair of this breed should be little to no shedding. Regular cleaning around the muzzle area should be done to remove any dirt and/or caking that may be present.
Training
The Labradoodle is a very intelligent dog combining the extreme trainability of both the Poodle and the Lab. They do well in agility sports and are very easy to train. Training techniques can and should be changed regularly to make training fun and keep this dogs attention. The Labradoodle should be very easy to housebreak if training is consistent, and does very well in many different sports.
Activity
The Labradoodle requires regular exercise and should have at least a medium sized yard for a regular romp and play. This dog loves long walks with his owner and loves a nice jog. This dog makes an excellent companion for an owner who loves the outdoors and does well on hikes if proper water is provided due to the coat. This dog should have at least two hours of exercise daily as he is a large breed and takes on the energetic qualities of the Lab.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Labradoodle puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

3/17/2015 8:14:15 AM

3/17/2015 8:14:15 AM

I believe the Labradoodle is a hyper-allergenic dog. Being heart broken when I developed severe allergies to dog dander and hair which forced me to give my dear pet to a friend. I am keen on getting a dog now that my allergies have shown signs of almost being absent. I was advised by a vet that a Labradoodle should be my choice of a dog. I was also advised to look for a young adult rather than a puppy since I work and will not be able to stay home for too long once we get the dog. Any advice from you would be appreciated.

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Anonymous

There are many breeds of dogs that are considered hypoallergenic other then the mix between the Labrador/Standard Poodle -- which because they are a fad-breed right now are way too expensive for a mixed breed dog. A young adult dog is a great idea since you work a steady job and won't have time to raise a puppy. Looking through a rescue would bring down the price of the dog as well. Other breeds you could consider as well will be in the second answer.
3/18/2015 9:08:20 AM

Anonymous

Other breeds that are hypoallergenic include Yorkshire Terrier, Poodle ( Toy, Mini and Standard), Xoloitzcuintle, Brussels Griffon, West Highland White Terrier, Basenji, Lakeland Terrier, Barbet, Afghan Hound, Bouvier Des Flanders, Coton De Tulear, Irish Terrier, Schnauzer (Mini, Standard and Giant), Miniature Bull Terrier, Wire Fox Terrier, Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Shih Tzu, Border Terrier, Norfolk Terrier, Tibetan Terrier, Havanese, Chinese Crested, Wirehaired Pointing Griffon, Puli, Bedlington Terrier, Portuguese Water Dog, Samoyed, Lowchen, Bichon Frise, Kerry Blue Terrier, Australian Silky Terrier, Carin Terrier, Cesky Terrier, Spanish Water Dog, Airedale Terrier, Scottish Terrier, Lagotto Romagnoio, Bergamasco, Peruvian Inca Orchid, Italian Greyhound, Maltese, Sealyham Terrier, Irish Water Spaniel, Australian Terrier, Norwich Terrier and Dandie Dinmont Terrier.
3/18/2015 9:08:45 AM

Anonymous asked:

3/10/2015 7:00:39 PM

3/10/2015 7:00:39 PM

We have had our Labradoodle a little over a month now. Cannot get him to stop nipping at me or chewing on me. Help!

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Anonymous

Puppies chew and right now your dog is teething so his gums hurt and you are the tastiest thing around. It is time to set your puppy up for success! Remove all items you do not want him to chew and buy from raw, meaty bones from the supermarket, and a kong that you can fill with peanut butter and freeze. Now, the moment your pup starts to nip or chew at/on you, yelp very loudly and turn away from your dog, count to 10 and then reward him with a bone or a peanut butter kong to chew on. Praise him when he chews on those items instead of you. You should also consult a positive reinforcement trainer and get him into puppy classes so you can start on obedience with him. Good luck!
3/11/2015 9:27:03 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/17/2015 8:07:44 PM

2/17/2015 8:07:44 PM

I have been considering a Labradoodle for quite some time now. My husband and I are both retired but we live on the lake. We prefer a dog that won't shed much, I prefer larger dogs. I had a Lab that had to be put to sleep a year ago. She was a large Lab, over 100lbs and I had her from 10 wks to 17 years when cancer took her. I want to be sure Labradoodles are good in the water, as during the summer we boat and swim daily. We do some traveling, my Lab loved the car and I loved taking her with on trips. I would probably look at another Lab but I could have knitted several hats and scarves from how much she would shed. Will a Labradoodle puppy do well with our activities?

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Anonymous

Every dog is different, so some are known to love water, while other's do not. A well informed 'breeder' will be able to tell you which puppy would work best for you. However, your dog is not going to be that big. Labradors are only supposed to be 80 lbs at most, so it is very surprising to hear that your Lab was that large. The Poodle is slightly taller then the Labrador, but they are much thinner, so the average body mass of a Labradoodle is around 50 lbs. Though they can be as big as 65 - 70 lbs.
2/18/2015 11:45:18 AM

Anonymous

Poodles are born to love water ... I have three AKC Standard Poodles (2 female - 1 male) and 1 F1.b female Labradoodle. All four love water ... I have a litter of F1.b.b Labradoodles that are a month old ... and I bathe them in a deep sink ... purposely so that they become accustomed to water ... they love it.
3/9/2015 12:56:01 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/31/2015 6:52:06 PM

1/31/2015 6:52:06 PM

Labradoodle Do you recommend labradoodles? I want to adopt one and I need information on them.

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Anonymous

Your question doesn't work for the general internet because everyone has their own view on each breed and mixture of breeds. The reason why there is over 400 purebred dog breeds in the world is because every human is different and wants certain things out of their dog. Your best bet is to get some face-time with the mixture itself. Because it is a mixed breed of dog, there is no set standard, so doing research can be tricky. So getting to know the mixture face-to-face is best.
2/1/2015 11:38:23 AM

Anonymous asked:

12/18/2014 1:20:59 PM

12/18/2014 1:20:59 PM

Will Labradoodle nails scratch wooden floors?

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All dogs nails will scratch wooden floors. The breed does not matter. However, if you make sure you clip your dogs nails short every week, then there should be minimal damage. As well as throwing down some area rugs and making sure your dog walks in the house and does not play rough in the house.
12/18/2014 8:55:17 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/7/2014 4:22:01 PM

5/7/2014 4:22:01 PM

How much do Labradoodles usually cost? I want one and I don't know the price ranges!;(

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If you Google them, then you'll be able to find out. But Labradoodles can range from $500.00 - $3000.00. Depending on the BYB.
5/16/2014 12:11:03 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/10/2013 6:25:44 PM

12/10/2013 6:25:44 PM

why does my labordoodle scratch alot? What kind of shampoo do I use? My Labradoodle scratches alot, do I need a special type of shampoo?

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Anonymous

Your dog either has allergies to he/her food or has dry skin. Talk to your vet about the food and/or use Head and Shoulder's Shampoo. Just a dab will do!
7/11/2014 1:10:55 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/2/2013 11:08:05 AM

5/2/2013 11:08:05 AM

Labradoodle! Eats! Everything! My 9 month old Labradoodle eats everything how can I get her to stop

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Anonymous

Get your Labradoodle lots of toys and esp a Kong, stuff with peanut butter. Eventually she will learn her toys. Good luck!
6/13/2013 8:04:22 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/25/2013 5:45:35 PM

2/25/2013 5:45:35 PM

my labradoodle is 14 half inch tall he is 9 weeks could u tell me what size he will be as an adult my labradoodle is 14 half inch tall he is 9 weeks could you tell me what size he will be as an adult?

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Anonymous

I can almost guarantee he wont be a medium or small .. Labradoodle pups grow like magic
8/12/2013 11:00:21 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/13/2013 4:18:58 PM

2/13/2013 4:18:58 PM

l have a 3 year old Labradoodle,with allergies,he gets a red rash which look like little pimples,his Dry scaly skin,licks his rash till it bleeds.he was on Duck & popoto,he is. Now on acanca wild pararie,no wheat,grains or corn. He has been to vets,they gave me meds,which is vanectyl - p. can't keep taking this,hard on liver. l need help for my dog,it's really hard trying to find a solution,please help me.

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Anonymous

Where is the rash at? Also, has he been tested for sebascious adentis? It's a genetic skin disease. Have you talked to his breeder about it? Doodles are prone to yeast infections in their ears and sometimes on the belly. You might consider feeding raw. I know it's not the most convenient but I have lots of doodle families that feed raw or used to feed kibble but have changed to raw and their dogs coat issues/itching have completely stopped. You can find raw pre-pattied food or even many local butchers make dog food. You will need to add a couple vitamins but even as a breeder I've found I can feed 7 dogs raw for cheaper than I can feed them Acana, almost half price! You can contact me at blesseddaydoodles@gmail.com if you are looking for more info about raw, I can give you a couple websites.
6/13/2013 8:09:34 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/9/2013 9:50:01 PM

2/9/2013 9:50:01 PM

are labradoodles sensitive to people arguing?

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Anonymous

I believe all dogs sense feelings of animosity , anger and unrest that argueing causes everyone .. That being said, poodles are one of the most sensitive of the dog breeds probably due to their intelligence so Yes I believe this makes Labradoodles even more sensitive ..iI am sure like children, they feel confused and frightened when the environment is not calm.
11/24/2014 9:24:38 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/9/2013 10:51:04 AM

2/9/2013 10:51:04 AM

what is a F1b rating

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Anonymous

An F1 is a first generation cross. in this case a Lab Parent and a poodle parent. An F1b is eithher an F1 bred back to either a poodle or a lab resulting in either a 3/4 poodle or a 3/4Lab. If you want less shedding and allergies your F1b should be 3/4 poodle. If shedding and allergy friendly are not so important then a 3/4 Lab would be OK.
10/6/2013 5:45:30 PM

Anonymous

F1b means and F1(first generation - Lab x poodle) bred back to either a Lab or a poodle. Bred back Lab(so 3/4Lab) will have a lot less coat, look more like a Lab and shed alot. Bred back poodle will be 3/4 poodle, shed very little, probably look more like a poodle.
11/8/2013 10:32:12 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/16/2013 11:21:41 PM

1/16/2013 11:21:41 PM

how to make a labradoodle more protective

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Anonymous

What do you mean by more protective? Do you want a guard dog? or do you want to protect your labradoodle? Labradoodles by nature are loving social gentle dogs, I am not sure what your question is, if you will go into more detail maybe I can help.
11/1/2013 12:07:58 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/14/2013 4:11:27 PM

1/14/2013 4:11:27 PM

do laberdoodles get bad hips like labs do

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Anonymous

Yes, don't buy from any one that doesn't do health testing. Hips is a MUST, and most do elbows, patella, and cardiac as well. With the prices most breeders ask they have done health testing. If you're paying under $1000 you should be very leery, they likely haven't done any testing.
6/13/2013 8:11:49 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/13/2012 1:59:59 PM

12/13/2012 1:59:59 PM

what does a minilabrdoodle weigh?

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Anonymous

The size of a Miniature Labradoodle can vary between 20-50lbs. Males tend to get larger than the females. Also, weight can vary depending on whether the labradoodle has a more stocky and muscular body type like that of the Labrador Retriever or a slighter thus lighter build of the Poodle. To help in estimating the adult size of a miniature Labradoodle you must also look at the parents' sizes.
10/13/2013 10:56:21 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/1/2012 2:57:41 PM

12/1/2012 2:57:41 PM

do they shed Do Labradoodles shed?

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Anonymous

They shed little to no hair.
12/4/2012 9:08:35 PM

Anonymous

All dogs shed including this dog. I know a family which owns one and there are balls of his fur all over the house. P.S. there are not non-allergenic, this dog makes me and others sneeze.
12/13/2012 5:44:44 PM

Anonymous

Yes, they can shed. The amount of shedding varies greatly. Usually the rule of thumb is the curlier the coat the less shedding you will have. All dogs shed just like we as people do. For the ones with the least amount of shedding I refer to someone brushing their hair and then looking at the brush and the amount of hair that is in it. This is typically the amount that a labradoodle who most consider a non-shedder to be. Then you will have the ones that have more shedding and these usually are either a F1 or first cross (50% Labrador and 50% Poodle) or the ones who look like F1's with a straight or slightly wavy coat.
10/13/2013 11:01:26 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/25/2012 12:20:57 PM

11/25/2012 12:20:57 PM

Differenc ein size? Hi, What is the difference in size bethween a regular labradoodle vs a mini labradoodle? Is there a guarantee that a mini labradoodle will be significantly smaller? How can one tell from looking at a pup? Thank you!

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Anonymous

Usually a mini Labradoodle is defined as one who will be between 20-35 pounds full grown. A medium is 35-50 pounds and a standard is 45 pounds on up. Usually the best way to determine the size of a puppy is the parents sizes, but there are exceptions. Because Poodles are on of the parent breeds of Labradoodles and they come in a variety of sizes there is a lot of variability in the size of puppies.
11/29/2012 11:59:34 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/10/2012 7:44:18 PM

11/10/2012 7:44:18 PM

i have to labradoodles, age 3 male and female they are from the same litter, but lately they... i have to labradoodles, age 3 male and female they are from the same litter, but lately they have been a bit aggressive with each other not all the time , but geting a bit more each day please help

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Anonymous

First of all are they both spayed and neutered? Has there been any changes in your family or in their environment? Exercise is also very important to help promote good behavior. It would be helpful to increase both of their activity level and to spend quality time with each of them separately.
11/30/2012 12:02:04 AM

Anonymous asked:

10/12/2012 11:25:37 AM

10/12/2012 11:25:37 AM

I have a wonderful 8 year old female labradoodle. Got her at 8 weeks old and she is the best dog... I have a wonderful 8 year old female labradoodle. Got her at 8 weeks old and she is the best dog I have ever owned. My question is this. If labradors don't drool and poodles don't drool, why do labradoodles drool?

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Anonymous

OMG, labs are huge droolers, usually slingers as well...slinging the drool as they go. Our poodle...nope no drooling so I guess it comes from the Lab side....
11/3/2012 5:20:42 PM

Anonymous

Labrador retrievers are know as a breed with a "wet mouth" that is part of what makes them have a soft mouth to retrieve game without hurting it. Labradors do drool quite a bit and that is very likely why some labradoodles drool. Standard poodles were also originally bred to be water retrievers.
11/30/2012 12:04:25 AM

Anonymous asked:

8/1/2012 3:20:15 AM

8/1/2012 3:20:15 AM

Are female dogs or male dogs best for families?

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Anonymous asked:

7/10/2012 8:14:14 AM

7/10/2012 8:14:14 AM

I have two third generation labradoodles. I was just wondering that when they have puppies, will... I have two third generation labradoodles. I was just wondering that when they have puppies, will the pups be fourth generation or something else? And how much is a reasonable price to sell them for? I've asked a few of the aussie breeders but they weren't giving me anything.

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Anonymous

Did you purchase your labradoodles with breeding rights, what type of testing have you done on them prior to breeding, where do you plan to raise the puppies, are you going to offer a health guarantee, lifetime rehoming and support, etc. All of this goes into the price of each puppy along with the generation, size, coat type/texture, coat coloring and patterns, etc.
10/13/2013 11:08:23 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/9/2012 6:41:49 PM

7/9/2012 6:41:49 PM

Are male labradoodles more aggressive than female labradoodles? Right now I have two adult... Are male labradoodles more aggressive than female labradoodles? Right now I have two adult female labradoodles that are not aggressive at all and I would like to know if male labradoodles are more aggressive ?

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Anonymous

I just got a male labradoodle and he is much more aggressive then my female labradoodle.
9/15/2012 10:12:55 PM

Anonymous

Labradoodles in general are not an aggressive breed, regardless of their sex. I am a breeder and have yet to encounter an aggressive labradoodle, male or female. I would say if you encounter an aggressive doodle, it has much more to do with his initial upbringing and socialization.
10/21/2012 11:13:25 AM

Anonymous asked:

7/6/2012 2:01:48 AM

7/6/2012 2:01:48 AM

My two Labordoodles both both have ear infections.Is this normal?

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Anonymous

One of my labradoodles also has ear infections. Labradoodles are prone to ear infections. Our veterinarian told us to put our dog on a gluten and dairy free diet to see if that helped,it has. Our dog has not had a near infection since. Good luck!!!!!!
7/9/2012 6:27:30 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/19/2012 8:56:28 PM

6/19/2012 8:56:28 PM

I have a scottish terrier. Will breeders of labradoodles sell a dog to me if I have a dog of a... I have a scottish terrier. Will breeders of labradoodles sell a dog to me if I have a dog of a different breed?

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Anonymous

Yes most should
7/9/2012 6:28:32 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/13/2012 3:06:30 PM

6/13/2012 3:06:30 PM

My doodle has runny eyes and it builds up under her eyes. Is this a common condition and how... My doodle has runny eyes and it builds up under her eyes. Is this a common condition and how could you you detect it in a young puppy? This is so bad it has to be cleaned sometimes twice daily. It sets up and is hard to get off and is painful to dog

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Anonymous

We have a yorkipoo and it is supposedly common with poodle breeds. You should tell your vet and there is medication out there. Sometimes dog's get eye infections too or its just a hereditary thing.
6/19/2012 12:21:18 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/6/2012 5:26:05 AM

6/6/2012 5:26:05 AM

How much does a puppy labradoodle cost?

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Anonymous

Labradoodles are quite expensive sometimes in the thousand range 1-2 or at high hundreds.
6/19/2012 12:22:11 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/27/2012 8:32:37 AM

5/27/2012 8:32:37 AM

my 14 old week f1b puppy is very lethargic, he likes to sleep alot!, he is also not eating too... my 14 old week f1b puppy is very lethargic, he likes to sleep alot!, he is also not eating too much and he plays very little, is that normal?

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Anonymous

if lethargic no, it is not normal you should take him to a vet.
6/19/2012 12:23:03 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/14/2012 7:48:28 PM

4/14/2012 7:48:28 PM

We have an 11 month labradoodle, she is wonderful, except she does not like other animals. How... We have an 11 month labradoodle, she is wonderful, except she does not like other animals. How do we train her to accept other animals being around her?

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Anonymous

I do not know; look at the temperament issues above, it sounds like you have a problem which could take a long time to resolve (unknown tendencies) if at all, it happens when they mix two breeds that have nothing in common.
4/17/2012 5:46:30 PM

Anonymous

PS - This is a mixed breed which likes to be the dominant dog/family member and you have to be able to make the dog understand this. If you can not this dog will be work in your home and it could have occasional negative outbursts which could become damaging (biting, attacks, etc.). Good luck.
4/17/2012 5:51:16 PM

Anonymous

Please look for, and buy, the book called The Loved Dog. I believe the authors name is Gellar or similar. She is a dog trainer (Oprah used her, and she can afford ANYONE!) and her methods deal with most behavioral problems.I have had remarkable success. Don't give up, and don't be be discouraged by people that just say a flippant Good Luck! Start socializing her immediately but be careful to start with calm submissive dogs
5/30/2012 11:03:07 PM

Anonymous

To the response below if you have an aggressive dog why would you start socializing the dog with calm submissive dogs? Aggression towards other animals will be worse with animals it knows it can boss around without a fight. Start punishing the dog and separating the dog when it misbehaves, it needs to know YOU are the BOSS!! Reward when good but all must be rewarded, do not exclude one over the other, all are equal. Good luck.
7/10/2012 5:09:52 PM

Anonymous

Sounds like fear aggression! Rarely do you find an aggressive doodle unless there is a medical reason. Do NOT punish! Take your doodle to your vet and insist they do a full Thyroid panel. As a Dir with the Doodle Rescue Collective, everytime someones gives there doodle up because of 'aggression' it is either fear or no thyroid! After seeing the vet, find a positive trainer and let him/her show you how to work with your doodle.
8/12/2012 10:12:24 AM

Anonymous

I wish people would stop trying to blame negative traits of a mixed breed; fear aggression is a negative trait of smaller poodles; not a medical thing; JUST LOOK ON THIS WEB SITE!!! Unfortunately you will get both the good and bad side of breeds when mixed.
12/30/2012 12:42:16 AM

Anonymous asked:

4/11/2012 8:50:43 PM

4/11/2012 8:50:43 PM

do labradoodles do well in apartments

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Anonymous

Read what it states about the labradoodle breed dog and what others are saying; this dog NEEDS A LOT of EXERCISE. Unless you can give this dog the time MANDATORY to exercise this dog; then I guess it is NOT a good dog for an apartment. I know people with these mixed breed dogs and if you do not give the dog the exercise it requires then you will have problems with this dog like all of the people I know do also; like discipline, jumping, barking, biting, etc.
4/17/2012 5:40:08 PM

Anonymous

I vehemently disagree with the answer regarding exercise! I have a 3 yr old Labradoodle and he's NEVER been destructive b/c of being inside for long periods of time. I do not have an apartment, however, I don't have a yard or doggie door. He is an absolute delite and we walk when I get home plus he spends 1-2 days weekly at doggie daycare. What they need is an abundance of love.
5/1/2012 9:34:31 PM

Anonymous

The answer below disagrees with the answer below it but they DO AGREE. After all they walk the dog daily and it receives a lot of exercise at doggie day care. So they give the dog a lot of exercise which this dog needs. Are you willing to give a dog a lot of time every day for exercise.
5/4/2012 1:57:45 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/5/2012 1:29:21 PM

4/5/2012 1:29:21 PM

what generation are these puppies?

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