Labradoodle Question

i have 2 questions first i have heard both ways - does the labradoodle breed shed and this is a...


i have 2 questions first i have heard both ways - does the labradoodle breed shed and this is a terrier will it be chasing every little thing it sees thanks

    In Labradoodle - Asked by Anonymous - 12/15/2011 6:54:32 PM
First, Labradoodles are not Terriers. They are however, a dog that is made up of two hunting breeds. It varies by dog as to how prey driven they are. My doodles and Labs live well with our livestock and cats. Second, regardless of what some breeders may say there is no dog that is considered 100% shedless. This was proven in a VMA study. The F1 Labradoodle is low sheding and the F1b or other multi-generational doodles will shed at a very minimum amount. It is the trait of low dander they get from their podle mix that make them very allergy friendly.
    Answered by doodlemama - 12/19/2011 2:25:40 PM
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Just a correction to below, and you can look this up with the AKC or this site, etc. a Labrador is a sporting breed and a poodle is a non-sporting dog; not hunting dogs. The poodle which was for hunting looked nothing like the modern day dog, it had long wavy fur; looked like a setter.
    Answered by Anonymous - 12/20/2012 12:00:13 PM