It’s not surprising that the Labradoodle has gained such popularity so quickly. Originally developed to be hypoallergenic guide dogs, the first planned crosses of Poodles and Labrador Retrievers were arranged by the Royal Guide Dogs Association of Australia. The result was a smart and sociable dog who not only possessed a nature appropriate for guide dogs but also had a low-shedding coat. While the hybrid is not yet achieving consistent results in coat or temperament, they’re wildly popular and affectionate dogs. Some of these mixed breed dogs end up in shelters or rescues, so make sure you adopt! Don’t shop if you want to bring one of these loving, faithful, and adorable mixed breed dogs into your home! See below for all Labradoodle facts and mixed dog breed characteristics!Labradoodle Mixed Dog Breed Pictures Labradoodle Mixed Dog Breed Pictures, Characteristics, & FactsInitiate Gallery Additional articles that will interest you:AdoptionChoosing The Best Dog NameBringing Home Your DogTraining To Walk On-LeashHousetraining PuppiesFeeding A PuppyIndoor Activities For DogsTeaching Your Dog TricksHow To Take Pictures Of Your Dog

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Key Vitals of Labradoodle Dog
Name Dog Breed Group Height Weight Life Span
Labradoodle Dog Hybrid Dogs 21 to 24 inches at the shoulder 50 to 65 pounds 12 to 14 Years