Australian Labradoodle Guide: All you need to know

The Australian Labradoodle isn’t a purebred dog, but instead is a mix between three different dog genetics: the Cocker Spaniel, Labrador Retriever, and Poodle.

Australian Labradoodles can come in over 20 different colors, have different coat types (straight, wavy, curly), and have vastly different personalities based on the genes they inherit.

Breeders in Australia started breeding Labradoodles and decided to make litters with similar character, coat type, and conformation.

If you are seeking an allergy friendly dog that is nonshedding, you should try to find a breeder that has Australian Labradoodles with at least 50% Poodle genetics.

The mini Australian Labradoodle ranges between 14 to 16 inches in height and weighs less than 30 pounds.

The medium Australian Labradoodle size is a dog that is 17 to 20 inches tall and weighs between 30 to 45 pounds.

The Standard Australian Labradoodle size is classified as anything more than 45 lbs and stands approximately 21 to 24 inches in height.

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