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Australian Labradoodle Breed Info

Australian Labradoodles


Specializing in Miniature Labradoodles

From Our Personal Experience We have to say that the Australian Labradoodles have the most amazing Placid

sweet kind Temperaments a Pleasure to have in the Family home


   The name Australian Labradoodle has come to represent the multi-generation labradoodles.  Multi-generation Australian Labradoodles have been bred to be human companions and helpers and just  wonderful family pets. Though careful selective breeding they are consistently low to non-shedding and most have allergy friendly coats. They are very intelligent, non-aggressive and easily trainable


The Australian Labradoodle is good with children and are easy to train. They get along well with other dogs. Extremely clever, sociable and joyful. Quick to learn unusual or special tasks. Active, a little comical at times. Can attempt to outsmart their owners if undisciplined. Friendly, though obviously loyal to their own family. Non-aggressive.

The Australian Labradoodle will be ok in the smaller home, if it gets enough exercise. They are moderately active indoors and will do best with at least an average-sized garden

Life expectancy

On average a Australian Labradoodle life span would be 13-15 years


Most Australian Labradoodles shed little to no hair ( wool and fleece coats will need to be trimmed)


red, chocolate, cafe latté, black, cream, apricot, gold, caramel


Miniature 14-16

Medium 17-21

Standard 22-26

 Curly Coats  need regular grooming with a slicker brush at least every week and a trim 3 or 4 times a year

Australian Labradoodles were first introduced to  provide a guide dog, that didn't shed there coat!. For people with allergies

That is why the Australian Labraoodles are different to the English  Labradoodles

Note: Not all Labradoodles are Allergy  friendly.  The Australian Labradoodle has been very successful with  allergy  friendly coats. but they are not 100% guaranteed.

If you have allergies can you please discuss it further with the breeders, doctor or vet

The Link below explains the difference between an Asd and Labradoodle origin