With proper training and socialization, the Labradoodle can be the ideal family pet. This friendly dog is sure to become his family's best friend. She will completely devote herself to her people, she will be a gentle and joyful companion.
Well-bred puppies are playful and curious, ready to approach a person and help him. In terms of complaisance, it is best to choose a medium-sized puppy that does not hide in a corner but also does not bully siblings. It is also recommended that you see at least one parent make sure he is of good and comfortable temperament.
Like other dogs, the Labradoodle needs proper and timely socialization: even as a puppy, he must see many different people, places, sounds, devices, and machines. Developing social skills will ensure that your puppy grows up to be a well-balanced dog.
Not all Labradoodles will have these disorders, but if you want to take one for yourself, you should be aware of them.
The breed is prone to the following diseases: hip and elbow dysplasia, hypothyroidism, von Willebrand disease, ear infections, epilepsy, allergies, progressive retinal atrophy, and diabetes mellitus.