ABOUT THE BREED
Here at LABRADOODLES OF MONTANA, we have made it our focus to protect the health and future, while maintaining the integrity, of the Australian Labradoodle breed. Our carefully planned breeding program is dedicated to quality. We breed for temperament, trainability, and affectionate, lovable companions for any family and yes, they really are low to non-shedding.
AUSTRALIAN LABRADOODLES, are a mix of 3 breeds - Lab, Poodle and Spaniel (cocker spaniel seems to be the most common), though in their distant ancestry there are other breeds that have a very minor influence on the Australian Labradoodle as we know it. They may have a pedigree of Australian Labradoodle bred to another Australian Labradoodle, OR they may be Australian Labradoodle bred to a Cocker Spaniel, Cockapoo, Poodle, or early generation Labradoodle. They have been bred for many generations to correct coats and set the standard for future generations.
New infusions of parent breeds continue to set the type and form. Australian Labradoodles are, as a general rule, more predictable in size and coat than the early generations. They are almost always non-shedding.
NOTE: Multigen Labradoodle does not aways mean an Australian Labradoodle. Multigen Labradoodles are simply any Labradoodle bred past 3 generations. An Australian Labradoodle is descended from lines originating in Australia, or from the combination of the 3 main parent breeds, Labrador, Poodle, and Cocker Spaniel.
AMERICAN LABRADOODLE - A labradoodle is a crossbreed dog created by crossing the Labrador Retriever and the standard, miniature or toy poodle. The term first appeared in 1955, but was not popularized until 1988, when the mix began to be used as a hypoallergenic guide dog.
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