Mini Labradoodle Puppies for Sale
We loved our labradoodle so much we wanted to share the labradoodle sweetness with everyone. So we decided to breed Mini Labradoodle Puppies as well as Toy Labradoodles. Labradoodle puppies come in all sizes, many colors, and temperaments. We strive to provide well behaved beautiful labradoodles that families and individuals can love and cherish forever! Below are our toy labradoodle puppies, and our mini labradoodle puppies for sale.
A Labradoodle is a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle. Each of the two breeds were chosen carefully to compliment one another. The Poodle was chosen for its curly, hypoallergenic coat and the Labrador Retriever for its pleasant disposition and strong sense of loyalty. Both are highly intelligent breeds, ranking in the top 5 of the most intelligent dogs. The result was a smart and sociable dog who not only possessed a nature appropriate for guide dogs but also had a low-shedding coat. The Labradoodle is a wildly popular and very affectionate dog.
F1b Mini Labradoodle Puppies from Lucy and Rusty
- Born : July 12-13th, 2017
- Take Home : August 24th-Sept 1st
- Expected Weight : 15-30 lbs
- Availability : August 24th
- Price : $1800-2000
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F1 MEDIUM LABRADOODLE
Labradoodles take on the best traits of both breeds. The cross between these two parent breeds make terrific family dogs, friendly, intelligent, affectionate and easy to train. They are devoted to their family and friendly towards children, other dogs and pets, and easy with strangers. They are social dogs, happiest when with people. A Labradoodle is generally easy to train, since she's intelligent and eager to please. They usually do well with other dogs and pets in the household, and are generally good with children.
The Labradoodle inherits the fur qualities of the Standard Poodle in that most do not shed or shed very lightly and may not produce any allergic reaction. The fur texture is that of a Standard Poodle as well. The curls are not as stiff though, and tend to form a wavy and silky coat. From the labrador retriever it receives the pleasant temperament and strong loyalty that are associated with this breed. Goldendoodles have a similar temperament. Check out our Teacup Goldendoodles & our Mini Golden doodle puppies while you're here.
Do Labradoodles have health issues?
We frequently get asked if there are more health problems with the Mini Labradoodle, because of the father being a Mini or Toy Poodle. Mini and Teacup Labradoodles are actually healthier! What most people don't know is that all small and toy breeds originally were bred down in size from larger dogs. The smaller Labradoodles actually have less health problems and live longer. The smaller Labradoodles have less health problems, because they share less of the same bad genetic traits and they live longer, because they are smaller, smaller dogs generally live longer than larger dogs.
Because they are a hybrid breed, the resulting hybrid vigor makes them less susceptible to genetic diseases associated with purebred breeds. They grow healthier and live longer than either parent line. The only genetic diseases they can be prone to would be those shared by both the Labrador Retriever and the Poodle. There are no major genetic health concerns, but a few minor concerns: cataract, SAS (heart disease), and CHD (Canine Hip Dysplasia), Von Willebrand's (blood disease), elbow and patella disorders.
Labradoodles also like to use their brains when they play. In fact, they thrive on training because it lets them learn new things and engages their brain. Being part retriever, they have a natural herding instinct that makes them eager to serve and an athletic disposition that makes them fun to run around and play with.
LABRADOODLES & SHEDDING / ALLERGIES
That shed-resistant coat Labradoodles have is great for keeping the house free of furry tufts, but it is also a magnet for dirt and bits from the yard. Labradoodle fur is dense and curly, so it holds pieces of sticks, bugs and, especially, burrs. Their fur needs to be brushed regularly.
The more percentage of Poodle the better for no shedding and allergies. A first generation labradoodle is the result of a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle. This is considered an F1 Labradoodle. Because they are 50% Labrador Retriever and 50% Poodle they will likely still have some shedding as a result of the higher percentage of Labrador in them. When you get to the second generation labradoodle they are typically called an F1B. An F1B is the child of an F1 Labradoodle and a Poodle. An F1B Labradoodle has 75% Poodle and 25% Labrador Retriever. The poodle's coat is what makes the Labradoodle hypoalergenic and non-shedding. So having an F1B Labradoodle that has 75% poodle, you are going to have less shedding than you would typically have with an F1 Labradoodle.
An F2B Labradoodle is the child of an F1B Labradoodle (first generation born to a Labradoodle) and a Poodle. This F2B Labradoodle will have 87.5% Poodle and 12.5% Labrador. These are even less likely to shed than the F1B, but both are considered to be ideal when looking for a puppy that is hypoalergenic. F2B Labradoodles are sometimes also referred to as Multigen or Multigenerational Labradoodle puppies. All this means is that the Labradoodle was born to a parent that was also a Labradoodle. In Conclusion, if you're looking for a puppy that will have little to no-shedding, be extremely smart, easy to train, etc... then looking for an F1B Labradoodle or an F2B Labradoodle would be ideal!
Labradoodles are also intuitive and empathetic to emotion. This makes them excellent companions no matter how you're feeling. Labradoodles are sharp dogs who learn quickly. This makes them easy to train, which is the reason so many Labradoodles become guide dogs for the disabled.
Understanding Labradoodle Sizes
Here are the sizes listed:
- Micro Labradoodle: 3 to 6 pounds full grown.
- Teacup / Toy Labradoodle: 7 to 14 pounds full grown.
- Mini Labradoodle: 15 to 30 pounds full grown.
- Medium Labradoodle: 30 to 45 pounds full grown.
- Standard Labradoodle: 45-90 pounds full grown.
- Labrador Retriever x Poodle = F1 (50% Labrador Retriever & 50% Poodle)
- F1 x F1 = F2 (50% Labrador & 50% Poodle)
- F1 x Poodle = F1B (25% Labrador & 75% Poodle)
- F1B x Poodle = F2B (12.5% Labrador & 87.5% Poodle)
- F1B x F1B = F1B (25% Labrador & 75% Poodle)
- F2 x F2 = F3 (50% Labrador & 50% Poodle)
- F3 x F3 = Multigeneration (50% Labrador & 50% Poodle)
Our Mini Labradoodles
Our Mini Labradoodles are from quality lines. Our puppies make great pets as they are extremely intelligent, non-shedders, and hypoallergenic as well as sensitive, loyal and affectionate. Customers who make a deposit select their puppy based on their deposit order. Selections are made at 5 weeks of age.
Enjoying strong popularity in short order, this "designer" hybrid became well known quickly. Bred to be a hypoallergenic service dog, the Labradoodle went on to prove that she could also be a versatile family and therapy dog as well.
A Labradoodle is happiest when she's with the people she loves, and she'll shower her family with affection and devotion. With the energy of the Labrador Retriever and the work ethic of both the Lab and the Poodle, she's a joy. Our Mini Labradoodles love being played with and cuddled. Make a deposit so you can enjoy one of these sweetheart puppies as well.
Mini Labradoodles are estimated to be about 15-30 pounds and only 22 inches tall fully grown. All of our Mini Labradoodles have some litterbox training as well as crate training. We do our best to bring you a puppy you'll love even before bringing them home.