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The UK Australian Labradoodle Club

Born to Serve

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Here in the UK, we have English Labradoodles known as 'Labradoodle Origin' . These stem from the Labrador and Poodle parents, the First Generation Cross being referred to as F1, the Second Generation Cross as the F2  etc.  These are known as Labradoodle Origin.

 

The same is true for the Labradoodle Origins born in Australia - they are still Labradoodle Origin NOT Australian Labradoodles!


These wonderful dogs still make superb family pets and shed to varying degrees so may not be suitable for people who have hair related allergies. 



UK miniatures tend to be bigger in size around 18-20"


Coats are variable and usually moult (cast or shed hair).


Temperaments tend to be a little more boisterous and bouncy but still very clever loving family dogs.


They are not suited to people who are out most of the day.


They are not suited to people who have hair related allergies.


Origin/UK Labradoodle has ONLY Labrador and Poodle lines in its pedigree, and is called ‘Labradoodle Origin’, regardless of what country either it or its parents were born in.


There is no official association, register or club for UK/Origin Labradoodles.



Our Sister Site: wwwuk-doodleclub.com was formed to help address this problem.


Genunine100% Australian Labradoodles should not have shedding or seasonal casting.


Australian labradoodles are very clever loving family dogs.


They are not suited to people who are out most of the day.


Australian Labradoodles can have up to 6 different breed infused in their DNA all specifically introduced by the original breeders in Australia to maintain their low- non shedding coats and exceptional temperaments.


Australian Labradoodles were initially bred to provide allergy and asthma friendly service dogs. Their popularity has rapidly increased and nowadays they can be found in family homes and in service around the world.


They are very sociable animals and love being with people and other dogs.


Australian Labradoodles are often used as Therapy dogs and are born to serve others, often making them ideal companions for the physically and mentally disadvantaged.


Because breeders of the genuine Australian Labradoodles adhere to strict rules, regulations, following the same guide lines, ethic’s, breed standards and grading system we are all working towards the same goals.


Australian Labradoodles through the generations have become more predictable and have a breed standard to strive for.

The Australian Labradoodle

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LABRADOODLE ORIGIN

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?

ENGLISH LABRADOODLE/LABRADOODLE ORIGIN

AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLE/ASD


The Australian Labradoodle is an awesome dog, Born to Serve and happy to do just that. With an outstanding temperament and character these wonderful dogs have a fabulous non shedding coat sometimes making them ideal family pets for those who suffer from allergies.

The Founders of the Australian Labradoodle infused 4-6 breeds to make up the Australian Labradoodle or ASD Australian Service Dog. These breeds include the English Cocker Spaniel, the American Cocker Spaniel, the Spanish Water Dog, the Labrador and of course the Poodle.  The Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is another infusion.

 

Despite having a brief history, the Labradoodle's distinguishing characteristics are extensive and is a fast growing breed in popularity, not least because of it's outstanding qualities as loveable and highly intelligent family dogs, suitable for children and adults of all ages.

Smart, fun and highly trainable, the Labradoodle is enjoying a meteoric rise in popularity and is now recognised as one of the top ten favourite family dogs. Their natural affinity with children and lovable, playful characters make them ideal companions to the young and old alike. Sociable, brave and exuberant, they become an 'extra child' to so many homes.

The Australian Labradoodle has a coat type that has been developed by infusing 5-6 different breeds over the years to achieve a non-shedding coat. Depending on the type of allergy, an Australian Labradoodle may be the answer for your family.

They DO cost a lot of money and the reasons for this are that if you buy your puppy from a reputable breeder, the cost of the health testings, certifications, excellent puppy care and routine veterinary attention is all absorbed within the price of a good quality puppy. Breeders of Australian Labradoodles have made huge investments of not just money, but also time, into their puppies and breeding stock, so the cost is therefore passed down to the buyer. Finding a reputable breeder can be a minefield, so we formed the UKALC to help people source a breeder who is not only knowledgeable about the breed, butalso time, into their puppies and breeding stock, so the cost is therefore passed down to the buyer. Finding a reputable breeder can be a minefield, so we formed the UKALC to help people source a breeder who is not only knowledgeable about the breed, but carries out the health testings relevant to the Australian Labradoodle and abides by the Code of Ethics.
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