#7 Thus, if you are going to purchase a Labradoodle puppy, you should be aware of their high price.
which is usually much higher than puppies of a poodle or a Labrador, as well as a possible molt, which can be not only seasonal but also permanent, like in Labradors. In any case, if you are going to pay a high enough price to buy a Labradoodle, you should learn as much as possible about the breeder and the breed itself.
#8 The Labradoodle was bred in Australia, so it also has a different name – Australian Labrudoodle.
The breed first came to prominence in 1988 when breeder Wally Conron, who is in charge of the guide dog breeding program in Australia, conducted the first cross between a Standard Poodle and a Labrador Retriever.
#9 The first dog, named Sultan, did not have a hypoallergenic coat, but had the mental capacity to become an effective guide dog.
After other breeders saw the potential of the new hybrid breed, the Labradoodle soon became the most popular Doodle breed.
The Australian Labradoodle Club and the International Labradoodle Association are attempting to produce a recognizable and viable breed through multigenerational breeding. They hope to give this design breed registered status. Today, thanks to these groups, many breeders continue to work together to achieve certain and stable breed standards.