About the Breed
Australian Labradoodles are wonderful, intelligent dogs covered in lush coats of low to non-shedding and allergy friendly fur.
Two things that drew me to this breed was the “no shedding" and allergy friendly. Any dog- owner can relate to this! The more I researched, I realized this breed in particular was perfect for our family and any family around. Not only are these dogs adorable and shed little to none, their wonderful temperaments and health guarantee sold us. We have never looked back and are so in love with our girls.
Australian Labradoodles can range from Standard, Medium, or Miniature size. Showing little difference in general appearance. Approximate weight can range from 15 pounds to 65 pounds. At IML we offer all sizes.
Our Australian Labradoodles have a silky fleece textured coat. Their coat ranges from wavy to straight. It is low to no shed.
Australian Labradoodles come in multiple colors & patterns.
According to the official Australian Labradoodle Club of the US website:
"The Australian Labradoodle is different from all other labradoodles.
In the early days, the Australian Labradoodle was simply a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Standard Poodle. Dogs from this cross typically were bred to each other over future generations, whereby the Australian dogs are also known as 'Multi-generational' Labradoodles.
Then, in the late 1980's, Tegan Park and Rutland Manor, the two founders of the Australian Labradoodle as we know it today, began carefully infusing several other breeds into early generations of their Lab/Poodle crosses to improve temperament, coat, conformation and size. The infused breeds include Irish Water Spaniel as well as the American and English Cocker Spaniel. The resulting labradoodles subsequently have been bred to each other continuing the multi-generational tradition.
Australian Labradoodles coats are more reliably low to non-shedding and allergy friendly than other types of Labradoodles , such as first generation Lab/Poodle crosses, or first generation crosses bred back to Poodles. Even when the other types of Labradoodles are bred on for generations, the result is not an Australian Labradoodle, as the attributes of the infused breeds were not included in their ancestry"