Coat Colour


Blue Australian Labradoodles are a dark to medium, almost smoky blue. Blue Australian Labradoodles are born with a black coat, but have blue or grey skin pigment which suggests their true blue colour will develop over time; usually one to three years. The ‘finished’ coat should be even in colour across the body. This is a particularly rare colour group, and the nose pigmentation should match that of the skin, either blue or grey.


The closest thing we have to a blue Australian Labradoodle is Jet, who is a blue parti, i.e. blue with white (two tone). He has the capacity to produce solid blue puppies if bred to a girl with the correct genetic colour makeup, but this would be a very rare occurrence.

Please feel free to visit our Available Puppies to see what puppies we have available just now and in the coming months.

Contact us to enquire about our next litter of Blue Australian Labradoodle puppies.

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