Australian labradoodles are often referred to as teddy bears because of their beautiful coats and desire to cuddle.
If you are looking for a wonderful companion to add to your family look no further! This is the breed for you: calm, perfect for families with children, both young and old.
They also know how to play, are very agile, swim and enjoy adventures in the outdoors. This breed is ideal as a companion dog, with many of the breed working as service dogs to the disabled, they are extremely loyal to their human. With majestic beauty that compares to no other.
The Australian Labradoodle is different from the Labradoodle : there are more breeds involved than only the Labrador and Poodle. American and English Cocker Spaniels, Irish Water Spaniels and Curly Coated Retrievers were bred to create the Australian. They come in miniature (14-16 inches & 15-25 lbs), medium (17-20 inches & 30-45 lbs) and standard size (21-24 inches & 50-65 lbs). The coats can be wool, curly fleece and wavy fleece. They have wonderful characters: happy, Sweet, people oriented, intelligent and they love children! They are also allergy friendly dogs and a lot of people with dog allergies are able to keep an Australian Labradoodle. The breed was intended to serve as a service dog for people who have allergies or asthma.
One of the reasons why the Australian Labradoodles have become so popular is their temperament.
The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as a dog. The Australian Labradoodles combine the softness and loyalty, dedication of the Labrador with the intelligence and alertness of the poodle. Both dogs are loyal and are considered easy to train. Many Australian Labradoodles have been trained for use as therapy dogs at a high level. Australian Labradoodles are naturally social, friendly, loving and not aggressive towards other dogs. They love to be in the heart of family life and are therefore not suitable pets to be alone all day long. Australian Labradoodles are intelligent and easy to train, but require a lot of mental and physical stimulation. They enjoy a challenge, love games and get bored easily. Although their energy levels are very different, most Australian Labradoodles love to run, swim and retrieve. Before making a decision about taking an Australian Labradoodle, ask yourself if you can really afford the time that this delightfully friendly, active and often funny dog deserves.