Here you will find a collection of useful articles about the Australian Labradoodle breed, selecting a breeder, breeding practices, caring for your puppy and much more!
Crossbreeding is not a valid excuse for a lack of pedigree.Read More
Learn about the role of professional breeders in the dog world.Read More
Dander is the most common cause of dog-related allergies in humans. Dander is essentially millions of microscopic skin cells which are released from the dog’s body every time that an individual strand of the coat dies. This is what makes shedding dogs almost impossible for allergy sufferers to live with, since millions of individual hairs die and grow every single minute!Read More
We are fortunate that our Australian Labradoodles do not tend to suffer from any major health conditions. Of course, any individual dog of any breed could be unfortunate – no dog is immune from disease - but our Australian Labradoodles are generally healthy compared to most. In this article, we discuss the two methods that breeders can use in efforts to minimise the risk of their puppies suffering from genetically inherited conditions.Read More
A Labradoodle… a Labrador crossed with a Poodle, right? Well – no actually, it’s not quite that simple! There are several types of Labradoodle, and they are all quite different, so it is important to understand the differences between them.Read More
Unfortunately, there is a great deal of misunderstanding around what a crossbred dog is, never mind how pedigrees and Kennel Club registration work. A lot of people believe or hear that buying a puppy that is Kennel Club registered offers some form of protection or guarantee when this really is not the case. This article aims to bust some common myths and provide the facts!Read More