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10 Things Every Australian Labradoodle Owner Should Know

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Chocolate Labradoodle Puppies in Alaska is a popular crossover option for many families looking for a family pet, as well as those who need an intelligent and friendly service dog. This color has especially been gaining a lot of traction among breeders and dog lovers alike. But what is it that makes chocolate Labradoodle so different from its other Labradoodle counterparts?

What is a chocolate Labradoodle?

The Labradoodle is a cross between the purebred poodle and the Labrador retriever, and the chocolate Labradoodle is precisely what it seems to be: a Labradoodle that is chocolate. A lot comes into play when the breeders try to create this Labradoodle. This is because both the purebred Labrador retriever and the Purebred Poodle come in three different colored varieties. Genetics are challenging to control, and sometimes it takes breeders a little time to get the desired color of a Labradoodle. Especially when working with a Labradoodle F1 (a cross between first generation Labradoodle). However, for the most part, the puppy's parents will be the standard poodle and the chocolate lab.

Chocolate Labradoodle is an excellent family pet and a service animal when properly trained and socialized. A dog with intelligence and energy will require a lot of exercises, so anyone who is considering getting a chocolate Labradoodle cross should prepare to spend an adequate amount of time every day, giving this dog what it needs to be happy and healthy.

Chocolate Labradoodle puppies enjoy fetching, chasing and Frisbee games in a large fenced backyard. It means that they should be easy to train. A potential owner should keep in mind that this crossing is smart, but also energetic. However, if you have an active lifestyle and can adequately prepare, exercise and train your Labradoodle puppy, then it can be the perfect pet for you. But how did Labradoodle come to be in the first place, and what are the ten things a chocolate Labradoodle puppy owner should know? Let's see.

1.       It is believed that the Labradoodle madness began in Australia, where enthusiastic breeders fulfilled the mission of creating an intelligent, friendly and receptive service dog that had all the desirable traits of the poodle and the lab.

2.       The Labradoodle is a new generation hybrid. There is much speculation regarding most of its roots. The Labrador is an ancient breed that comes from Newfoundland, Canada. The poodle is of German descent and is believed to be over 400 years old. They were used as water dogs for fishing and duck hunting and were recognized for their intelligence and recovery skills.

3.       An adult Labradoodle size will depend on several factors. They grow in size depending not only on the genetic traits it inherits from its purebred parents but also on the size of each breed. For example, they are usually between 21 and 24.5 inches tall and can weigh from 55 to 80 pounds, and females are generally at the smallest end of the scale. The standard poodle, on the other hand, is generally more than 15 inches tall and weighs between 40 and 70 pounds.

4.       Keep in mind that while the poodle is considered a hypoallergenic dog that hardly sheds and produces very little allergy-inducing dandruff in its coat, the Labrador sheds more weight twice a year during the peeling season.

5.       You may have to brush it roughly twice a week with a metal comb and a polishing brush to keep hair down under control. It will need an occasional bath every few weeks.

6.       You will also need to have nails trimmed regularly to prevent breakage and to clean ears to prevent infection from developing due to wax build-up.

7.       Since the chocolate Labradoodle is a crossbreed. It can be prone to many of the same genetic health problems that its purebred parents have. For example, Addison's disease, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, thyroid problems, progressive atrophy of the retina, swelling, and hypoglycemia.

8.       It has a life expectancy of about 10 to 12 years.

9.       This dog may be prone to hip and elbow dysplasia, retinal dysplasia, cataracts, progressive retinal atrophy, epilepsy, circulatory system problems, pulmonary stenosis, tricuspid valve dysplasia, endocrine diseases, hypothyroidism, diabetes, hereditary myopathy, and swelling.

10.   They are a family-oriented race that go well with children and are incredibly intelligent. You have to consider his high level of intelligence, his incredible loyalty, and his athletic charisma. 

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