• Debby Palencia

Frequently Asked Questions!

Updated: Dec 6, 2020

  1. What is an Australian Labradoodle and how are they different from other Labradoodles?

  2. An Australian Labradoodle is a cross between a labrador and a poodle, however other breeds were mixed in as well to acquire it's current traits. The other breeds that are mixed in are usually Cocker spaniels or Curly coat retrievers! This additional mix with these two breeds are what set it apart from other Labradoodles.

  3. How big is an Australian Labradoodle?

  4. They are 17-20 inches tall and weigh between 30-45 pounds

  5. What are F1B Labradoodles?

  6. F1B Labradoodles have stronger poodle characteristics than labrador characteristics. Because they have stronger poodle characteristics, the curly hair will not shed! The curlier the hair, the less they shed. (25% labrador, 75% poodle)

  7. What are F1 Labradoodles?

  8. F1 Labradoodles are crossed with a purebred Labrador and a purebred poodle. They are the first litter of offspring in that family line. The characteristics of the puppies in a litter are not as consistent and may have different coat types and even behavior! (50% labrador, 50% poodle)

  9. Do Labradoodles shed?

  10. In fact, Labradoodles do shed but, thanks to their special coats, they shed less than most other dogs. They have three types of coats and some coats shed more than others, and that said, the curlier the hair, the less they shed!

  11. What do Labradoodles eat?

  12. It is important to keep them in a routine and to follow proper feeding guidelines! Keep in mind, every dog food bag has how much food is appropriate for your dog's weight and size.

  13. Some dog food formulas are better than others. Dry and crunchy foods are better for teeth and dog foods with glucosamine are better for Labradoodle's joints and can maintain a healthy body.

  14. Are Labradoodles hypoallergenic?

  15. No, Labradoodles could still cause allergies, HOWEVER, our labradoodles do not shed any fur due to their curly hair! They are allergy-friendly!

  16. How many years do Labradoodles live?

  17. They can live up to 12-15 years on average. in addition, a proper diet and good hygiene can extend your dog's life span!

  18. How much exercise to Labradoodles need?

  19. Labradoodles are very energetic dogs so it is best to take them on about 2 walks a day! However, because these beautiful dogs are so active, it might not be enough to suffice their needs. So some play time like fetch or other activities that can exercise not only its physical, but also the mind!

  20. Do Labradoodles have an odor?

  21. Some owners have said that their labradoodles do have some type of mild odors, but a nice bath and grooming will help keep it smelling fresh and healthy! Make sure to not bathe to much because it may irritate its skin and will be uncomfortable for them. Try to limit baths to about once every 2-3 months, unless if they've gone excessively dirty!

  22. What fur coats do Labradoodles have?

  23. There are 3 coats for labradoodles:

  24. Hair

  25. This type of cur coat on labradoodles is straight hair. This is the fur coat that sheds the most.

  26. Fleece

  27. This type of fur coats is wavy and is usually worn long. This fur sheds less than straight hair.

  28. Wool

  29. This type of fur coat is curly and it is the fur coat that sheds the least. This is the fur coat that our labradoodles have.

12. What sizes are our Labradoodles?

Our Labradoodles weight from 20 to 40 lbs. Measures from 19 to 25 inches

range. This depends on the parents we choose to breed.

13. What color are our labradoodles?

Our Labradoodles only range between Cream, Apricot and Red, this depends on the parents we choose to breed.

14. How do you place puppies? Do I choose my puppy?

By 7 weeks, we match puppies with their families based on an aptitude test, observations and other characteristics on information communicated on your application, emails and photos exchanged and in phone conversation during the buying process.


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