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Australian Labradoodle

Overview

The Australian Labradoodle is a mix of Labrador Retriever and Standard Poodle and 6 other breeds including Irish Water Spaniel, American Cocker Spaniel, Curly Coat Retriever, and English Cocker Spaniel. It is also considered a purebred dog and now an Australian or standard Labradoodle is being crossed with a Labradoodle. The term Labradoodle first time coined by the Wolly Corn when bred first dog of the hybrid type, but it could not get popularity until 1988. Now it has a great popularity as a hypoallergenic guide dog. There is no scientific method to prove them hypoallergenic. The Labradoodle Association of Australia Inc published its breed Standard in 2004. A Labradoodle is owned by the Crown Prince and Princess of the Royal Norway. According to the breed standard, it should be nimble, graceful and compact with substantial and medium build. The common colors of the breed are gold, chalk (a chalky white), black, apricot, red, caramel, and café, silver, and cream, parchment, blue and chocolate. The Aussie Labradoodle should be of solid colors without white markings. The height of a Standard Labradoodle is 22 to 26 inches while weight is 50 to 77 pounds. The life expectancy of Australian Labradoodle is 13 to 15 years.

An Australian Labradoodle is more than Just an Allergen-free Guide and Therapy dog. It is also considered as a multigenerational dog.

The Labradoodles are non-aggressive, extremely loyal to its family. They are very clever, curious, joyful, sociable and easy to train. They learn even tough and extra-ordinary tasks and tricks in a short time. They may tend to be rude if not properly trained and socialize since puppyhood. These dogs are active and a little comic at times. In order to prevent them being over smart and dominant you should prove you as a assured, determined and potent pack leader during training. They need daily exercises and you are ought to provide them required amount of daily exercises for their satisfaction. If they have adequate socialization and obedience training since their puppyhood become very friendly, and loyal to family and wonderful with children. These dogs have a great sense to feel the emotions of the master, for this reason they are great for persons who need them as a guide or therapy dogs. It needs mental stimulation and physical workout. It is not an ideal dog for apartment livings, but can adjust if provided with sufficient daily exercises. It needs firm, consistent and gentle training. The wavy fleece or Curly fleece coat needs grooming. Twice a week brushing can make them tidy.

Australian Labradoodle Other Names

Other Names of the Labradoodles are:

Aussie Labradoodle

Standard Labradoodle

Multigen Labradoodle

Australian Labradoodle History

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Australian Labradoodle History

The story of its history started from 1980, when the Australian Guide Dog Association received a request a lady in Hawaii, she asked for an allergen-free guide dog for her husband. In order to get such an allergen-free dog, the Guide dog Association started the development of Aussie Labradoodle under leadership of Mr. Conron. Finally in 1980, it is developed by crossing the Labrador Retriever with Standard Poodle in Victoria under the umbrella of Royal Guide Dogs Associations of Australia. These dogs could not get fame up to 1988/89. The Australian Guide dog Association succeeded to give the people a guide dog suitable for people who have allergies to dander and shedding. All these qualities were present in a dog named Sultan from first litter. It started as mix of Labrador retriever and Standard poodle or Mini Poodle; this is since a case in North America. However, on other side, Australians have gone a few steps ahead.

In 2004, Australian announced that the Aussie Labradoodles are not just a Labrador and Poodle cross, but it is a breed in its own right who is developed over many years with a special goal. In order to accomplish these set goals, they further developed with parent breed infusion added to already blooming Lab and Poodle mixed dogs. These breeders find the way by which they can induce desired qualities into these dogs. In 1997, the first standard was written which described the intentions and those goals. Currently, there are 6x different breeds are crossing with Labrador and Poodle crosses in its origin. These aforementioned 6 breeds are Labrador Retriever, Poodle Standard, Miniature or Toy, Irish Water Spaniel, American Cocker Spaniel, Curly Coat Retriever, and English Cocker Spaniel. The Labradoodle Association of Australia Inc published its breed Standard in 2004. An Association for the Blind of Western Australia has introduced the Labradoodles in its training program. In November 2010 they graduated the first Jonnie. Nowadays, the Labradoodles are being used widely all around the world as assistance, guard, and the therapy dog as well as family dog.

A Labradoodle is owned by the Crown Prince and Princess of the Royal Norway. These dogs are recognized by Dog Registry of America, Inc., International Australian Labradoodle Association, Inc. and Labradoodle Association of Australia Inc. They have 3 versions, Standard, medium and Miniature Labradoodle.

Australian Labradoodle Life Expectancy

The life expectancy of Australian Labradoodle is 13 to 15 years.

Australian Labradoodle Appearance

According to the breed standard, it should be nimble, graceful and compact with substantial and medium build. The shoulders are pretty angular with firm elbows. With strong hocks, the hindquarters should be of medium angulations. With good reach and drive the movement should be strong when trotting and when relaxing should be close to the ground. Top line may level to the croup and strong line. It is a gallop dog therefore the ribs should be well sprung. The cleaned and chiseled head is broad and well defined with medium stop. The expressive eyes are well set apart and slightly rounded. The ears are flat and leveled with eyes. Teeth meet in scissor bite. The noses are square, large and fleshy. Typical tail of the breed is low set and saber, but high-set “gay” tail is permissible. The single coat of the breed is wavy fleece or curly fleece without being fluffy or fuzzy. The common coat colors are gold, chalk (a chalky white), black, apricot, red, caramel, cafe, silver, cream, parchment, blue and chocolate. The Aussie Labradoodle should be of solid colors without white markings.

Australian Labradoodle Weight and Height

The height of a Standard Labradoodle is 22 to 26 inches while weight is 50 to 77 pounds.

Australian Labradoodle Temperament

The Labradoodles are non-aggressive, extremely loyal to its family. They are very clever, curious, joyful, sociable and easy to train. They learn even tough and extra-ordinary tasks and tricks in a short time. They may tend to be rude if not properly trained and socialize since puppyhood. These dogs are active and a little comic at times. In order to prevent them being over smart and dominant you should prove you as a assured, determined and potent pack leader during training. They need daily exercises and you are ought to provide them required amount of daily exercises for their satisfaction. If they have adequate socialization and obedience training since their puppyhood become very friendly, and loyal to family and wonderful with children. These dogs have a great sense to feel the emotions of the master, for this reason they are great for persons who need them as a guide or therapy dogs.

Australian Labradoodle with children and other pets

Typically, an Australian Labradoodle is very friendly with children, pets and the other people. They are overtly loyal and affectionate with family, thus it forms a wonderful family companion as well as good with children and other dogs.

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Australian Labradoodle Care and Grooming

An Australian Labradoodle may have wavy fleece or curly fleece odorless coat that may shed once a year. Its Curly coat needs grooming and care when it comes to grooming. It needs regular brushing. Twice a week brushing may do well to keep their fur in shape. The coat should be trimmed and clipped twice or thrice a year to make them tidy and cleaned. There should not be any doggie odor in this dog and coat may feel like a wool or silk.

Australian Labradoodle Health Issues

An Australian Labradoodle may prone to PRA, HD, VonWilabrands, patella disorder and elbow dysplasia.

Australian Labradoodle Training

Training is a thing which has a great influence and importance to make a dog brilliant dog. An Australian Labradoodle is easy to train and it may have the ability to learn even unusual tricks and commands in no time. It needs fully committed, devoted and dominated pack leader. It needs early obedience training and socialization. The Aussie Labradoodles need a firm, gentle and positive reinforcement. If left untrained it may tend to be rude with you and your family and can attempt to get the status of pack-leader. For a working dog there are many training syllables that are sniffer dog training, watchdog training, retriever, sporting training etc. You should fully concentrate on their training as they like to have attention and dedication during training.

Australian Labradoodle Exercise

The Australian Labradoodles may do best in apartment livings if have adequate daily exercises. These dogs are fairly active indoors and can do well with at least an average sized backyard. Being energetic dogs, they need a lot of daily workout and exercises to stay fit and healthy. A daily long walk, run and jog are best opportunities of daily exercises. They should be taken on daily long walks in order to burnout their excessive energy. An under exercised Australian Labradoodle may become destructive and can attempt to be over-smart and dominant.

Australian Labradoodle Recognition

Dog Registry of America, Inc., International Australian Labradoodle Association, Inc. and Labradoodle Association of Australia Inc. officially recognized the Australian Labradoodles.

Australian Labradoodle Breed Group

No group is defined yet.

Australian Labradoodle Litter Size

The average litter size of a Labradoodle is 8 puppies.

Australian Labradoodle Talents

The talents of these dogs are:

Guide dog

Therapy dog

Companion

Australian Labradoodle Rescue Groups

There are two known group for the rescue of the Labradoodles as

follow:

Australian Labradoodle Association of America Rescue.

Poo-Mix Rescue.

Australian Labradoodle Good Names

Here are some good names for Aussei Labradoodles. If you have an Australian Labradoodle puppy/dog and the name is not yet decided then you should just click the link below and chose one good name for cute puppy of Labradoodles.

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  • Australian Labradoodle Interesting Facts

    Here are some interesting facts about Australian Labradooldes:

    An Australian Labradoodle is more than Just an Allergen-free Guide and Therapy dog!

    The Labradoodles are non-aggressive, extremely loyal to its family. They are very clever, curious, joyful, sociable and easy to train.

    These dogs are active and a little comic at times.

    Typically, an Australian Labradoodle is very friendly with children, pets and the other people.

    These dogs have a great sense to feel the emotions of the master, for this reason they are great for persons who need them as a guide or therapy dogs.

    They are overtly loyal and affectionate with family, thus it forms a wonderful family companion as well as good with children and other dogs.

    The Australian Labradoodles may do best in apartment livings if have adequate daily exercises. These dogs are fairly active indoors and can do well with at least an average sized backyard.

    An Australian Labradoodle is easy to train and it may have the ability to learn even unusual tricks and commands in no time.

    It needs fully committed, devoted and dominated pack leader. It needs early obedience training and socialization. The Aussie Labradoodles need a firm, gentle and positive reinforcement.

    These dogs need mental stimulation in order to maintain its intelligent behavior and comic mind.

    It is a dog of Royalties, the Norwegian Royal Crown Princess and Prince had owned a Labradoodle.

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