Characteristics
Different Types of Labradoodles
Labradoodles are known for their outstanding intelligence and trainability, low allergy coat, low to non-shedding coat and lack of doggie odor. They are slightly heavier than the Standard Poodle with strong front limbs. They are an overall balanced dog with a slightly longer than square build.

Labradoodle's heads are typically broad and their eyes are large, slightly round and set apart. Their nose is square and large. The tail is like a saber and should be low set.

Labradoodles are good with children and are easy to train. They get along well with other dogs, are extremely clever, sociable and joyful and quick to learn unusual or special tasks. They are active, a little comical at times and can attempt to outsmart their owners if undisciplined. They are non-aggressive and friendly, although obviously loyal to their own family.
A Little History
In 1988  the Royal Guide Dogs in Australia began a breeding and research program to produce a dog that was highly intelligent, with a wonderful disposition, that would not shed and therefore be allergy friendly. The Association carefully selected a female Labrador, and a male Poodle of superior quality to breed. Two men by the name of John Gosling, who was the Guide Dog Services Manager in Australia, and Wally Conran were the first to actually breed the Labrador to a Standard Poodle. They did this because of a lady by the name of Pat Blum, who lived in Hawaii and had lived with a vision impairment, but hesitated to apply for a Guide Dog because of her husband Rich’s allergy to dogs.

John Gosling agreed to breed the first litter of Labradoodles in an attempt to lessen the likelihood of allergic reactions. Pat Blum was overjoyed with the outcome and was able to finally get her much needed Guide Dog.
There are many different types of labradoodles that are bred. Here are some examples of the most commonly found labradoodles

F1 - A first generation labradoodle.
It is a Labrador Retriever bred to a Poodle.
F1B is a second generation labradoodle.
It is a first generation labradoodle bred back to a poodle.
F2 is a second generation labradoodle. It is either a first generation bred to a first generation or it is a first generation bred to a second generation or higher.
Multi-gen is a third generation and higher labradoodle.

Labradoodles have three sizes:
Standard: 50lbs and up
Medium:  35lbs - 50lbs
Miniature: 20-35lbs

Labradoodle Coats
There are hair, fleece, and wooly coats with varying degrees of wave or curl. Generally the hair coats are the easiest to maintain. They require very little grooming by their owners. They may however shed. The fleece coat is usually the most sought after. It requires a medium amount of grooming by the dog owner. It is soft and usually non-shedding. The curly or wooly coats are usually the hardest to maintain. They need regular grooming by the owner and usually by a professional groomer as well. 

Labradoodle Coat Colors
There are many different colors such as Red, Apricot, Cream, Chocolate, Silver, Blue, Black, Cafe au Lait, and Chalk.
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