What is the Micro Labradoodle?

These adorable puppies, known as micro Labradoodles, are usually a cross between a small Labrador Retriever and a purebred toy Poodle.

Considered fantastic companions, the micro Labradoodle came into the spotlight sometime in the 1980s when an Australian breeder successfully combined a Labrador and Mini Poodle.

These puppies are first started by crossing a Labrador Retriever and a Miniature Poodle as opposed to a standard-sized Poodle. They are usually bred over many generations to get smaller and smaller puppies.

What are Micro Labradoodles exactly?

The general rule of thumb, is that they weigh anywhere between 5 and 20 pounds and stand 8 to 16 inches tall.

What is the size of a Micro Labradoodle?

Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a non-shedding dog. One way to find out whether they are hypoallergenic enough is to meet a sibling from a previous litter if at all possible.

Is Micro Labradoodles Considered Hypoallergenic?

Typically, the lifespan of a micro Labradoodle is about 12 to 14 years. Labradors as a breed are prone to hip and elbow dysplasia as well as obesity and some eye disorders.

What’s the Micro Labradoodle Lifespan?

Some of the cheapest options found out there were as low as $500 for a new puppy if you adopt a Labradoodle, but in different areas, they’ve ranged up to $2,500+.

What is the Cost of a Micro Labradoodle?

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