Toy & Teacup Australian Labradoodle puppies for sale
Miniature Australian Labradoodle Puppies For Sale
Toy Australian Labradoodles
- Due : July 5, 2019
- Selections :abt Aug 9th
- Take Home :abt Aug 30, 2019
- Size : abt 7-15 lbs
- Breeder : Daylily Doodles
- Availability : Awaiting Confirmation
- Generation : Australian Labradoodles
AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE PUPPIES
While Labradoodles are a cross between a purebred Labrador Retriever and a purebred Poodle, most people don't realize the Australian Labradoodle has a lineage of several purebred breeds including the Labrador Retriever, the Poodle, and the English or American Cocker Spaniel.
To be classified as an Australian Labradoodle the dog's pedigree must include a combination of these three breeds and it's helpful if it can be traced back to the kennels in Australia where the breed first originated. There are different classifications of Labradoodles based on how many generations they have been bred. The multiple generations of breeding, or multigens, should produce the finest coats, qualities, and appearance. The Australian Labradoodle tends to be multigenerational while Labradoodles can be a variety of generations from early first crosses to multigenerational.
Labradoodle Life Expectancy
- Standard Labradoodles : 9-12 years, depending on size and condition.
- Mini Australian Labradoodles & Teacup Australian Labradoodles : 10-14 years, depending on size and condition. Smaller dogs generally live longer than larger dogs.
Does The Australian Labradoodle Have Many Health Problems?
Popular belief states that mixed bloodlines equal stronger health. All of our breeding dogs are health tested for these and other ailments before breeding. This ensures that you get a healthy labradoodle you can love and trust. These are the top three health problems common to the Australian Labradoodle to keep an eye on:
- Hip Dysplasia: An abnormal formation of the hip socket that can cause arthritis and lameness.
- Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA): A degeneration of the retina that causes vision loss and blindness.
- Von Willebrand’s Disease: An inherited blood clotting defect that causes hemorrhaging.
DOGS THAT DONT SHED
Australian Labradoodles were bred to produce assistance dogs that do not shed hair (for people with allergies). The Australian Labradoodle started out as a simple cross between the Labrador Retriever and Standard Poodle or Miniature Poodle and is still widely the case in North America. Australians, on the other hand, have taken the Labradoodle a few steps further. In mid-2004 it was announced that the Australian Labradoodle was not just a Labrador x Poodle cross but was a breed in its own right developed over many years with particular goals in mind.
To accomplish these goals, further development was done with parent breed infusions added to the already blooming Labrador x Poodle cross lines. The developers of the breed sought out the best way in which to compliment the Australian Labradoodle breed, and to develop the qualities that they find and love in these dogs. In 1997 the very first Australian Labradoodle Breed Standard was written which reflected these goals. The Australian Labradoodle currently consists of 6 different breeds in its origin. The confirmed and approved parent breeds of the Australian Labradoodle are the Poodle (Standard, Miniature, Toy, Labrador Retriever, Irish Water Spaniel, Curly Coat Retriever, American Cocker Spaniel and English Cocker Spaniel. As a result we have a beautiful Australian Labradoodle that doesn't shed.
HOW BIG DOES AN AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE GET
A Standard Australian Labradoodle ranges from roughly 50 lbs to 120 lbs fully grown; while a Medium is a little smaller and usually grows to be between 30-50 lbs fully grown. We specialize in
Mini Australian Labradoodle
puppies which typically range from 15-30 lbs. They are just the right size for cuddling on your lap or taking for hikes in the summer. Just a little smaller are our
Toy Australian Labradoodle puppies
They range from 10-20 lbs fully grown and come just like the Mini Australian Labradoodle ready to kiss, and snuggle, and love you all day. The next size down from a
is our Teacup Australian Labradoodle. They are such small labradoodles, they are precious! Our Teacup Australian Labradoodles are estimated to be around 7 lbs to 15 lbs when they're fully grown. Finally our tiniest Australian Labradoodle is our Micro Australian Labradoodle. Our Micro's are estimated to be between 5-10 lbs fully grown and are very rare. Here are some charts with all our Labradoodle sizing to show the information in an easier to understand format.
Australian Labradoodle Sizing
Here are our estimated sizes listed:
- Micro Australian Labradoodle : 5-10 lbs fully grown.
Teacup Australian Labradoodle
: 7-15 lbs fully grown
Toy Australian Labradoodle
: 10-20 lbs fully grown.
Mini Australian Labradoodle
: 15-30 lbs fully grown.
- Medium Australian Labradoodle : 30-50 lbs fully grown.
- Standard Australian Labradoodle : 50-120 pounds fully grown.
Australian Labradoodle Breed
The Australian Labradoodle was bred to take care of those in need, to begin with. It displays traits of tenderness and a willingness to help out and please. Intelligence is not lacking with this breed, and it will learn quickly, even picking up a few unique tricks here and there to impress you with.
This beautiful breed comes from a long line of happy-go-lucky breeds that were never bred to be aggressive and are known for their loyalty and loving devotion.
To bring out the best in this doodle, it craves plenty of space in the form of a house with a fenced in yard. Small apartments and long hours confined within a crate are not recommended for this energetic pup.
Labradoodle vs Australian Labradoodle
What are the differences between a Labradoodle & the Australian Labradoodle?
- F1: The “F” stands for “filial generation”. “F1” means “first generation” and is a common scientific term. F1 Labradoodles typically are moderate- to low-shedding and have a sparse-hair to fleece coat.
- F1B: The additional “B” refers to backcross — an F1 Labradoodle, as defined above, bred (or backcrossed) to a purebred Poodle. F1B Labradoodles typically are low- to non-shedding and often have a hair or fleece coat.
- Australian Labradoodle: The Australian Labradoodle carries the DNA of the Labrador, Poodle, and Cocker Spaniel (American or English). The resulting offspring share characteristics, though some pairings of parent dogs will produce a more mixed litter. An Australian Labradoodle can be created by crossing a Poodle to another Australian Labradoodle, a Cockapoo to a Labradoodle, a Labradoodle to a Cocker Spaniel and the like, resulting in the three-breed combination.
Labradoodles typically have a non-shedding coat (again, as much as any dog can be non-shedding) if both parents are non-shedding.
Multigen Australian Labradoodle (Multigenerational): A Multigenerational (Multigen) Australian Labradoodle comes about from the breeding of one Australian Labradoodle to another. Multigen Australian Labradoodles typically have a non-shedding coat (as much as a dog can be non shedding) if both parents are also non shedding.
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