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Australian Labradoodle Puppies & Characteristics

How is Australian Labradoodles different from the Labradoodle?

While Labradoodles are a cross between a purebred Labrador Retriever and a purebred Poodle, most people don't realize the Australian Labradoodle has a lineage of several purebred breeds including the Labrador Retriever, the Poodle, and the English or American Cocker Spaniel.  To be classified as an Australian Labradoodle the dog's pedigree must include a combination of these three breeds. The multiple generations of breeding, or multigens, should produce the finest coats, qualities, and appearance.   The Australian Labradoodle tends to be multigenerational while Labradoodles can be a variety of generations from early first crosses to multigenerational.

What makes a Labradoodle?

F1 or "First Cross" is a puppy from a purebred Poodle parent and a purebred Labrador Retriever parent.  Because this is a breeding between two dogs that do not resemble each other, these puppies have a wide variety of coats from flat hairy short coats to very woolly poodle coats.  Coats vary in length, thickness and texture and can range from completely non-shedding to shedding.  

F1B or "Back Cross" is a puppy with a F1, First Cross or a Multigen parent and a purebred Poodle parent.  These puppies' coats are perfected due to their Poodle parent, however the results are mixed as this is not a pairing between two like dogs.  Coats are typically low to non-shedding.  

Multigenerational or "Multigen" is a puppy with parents who are both Labradoodles. 

What makes the Australian Labradoodle (ALD) different?
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 American and English Cocker Spaniel.  The resulting Labradoodles subsequently have been bred to each other, continuing the multi-generational tradition. Today, Australian Labradoodles are wonderful, intelligent dogs with lush coats that 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.

Cibolo Creek Labradoodles bloodlines date back to Tegan Park and Rutland manor.  As the top labradoodle breeder in Texas, we are proud to breed Australian Labradoodles because with consistent quality of the puppies’ coats, appearance, and temperament.  Our Doods have just the right blend of personality and unique characteristics to make the perfect companion.

Australian Labradoodles come in 3 basic sizes:

Miniatures: 14”-16” tall and weigh 15-30lbs
Mediums:  17”-20” tall and weigh 30-45lbs
Standards: 21”-24" and weigh 45-65lbs

An easy way to measure your dog is to stand him sideways against a wall, then lay a pencil perpendicular across his back at the top of his shoulder, to mark the wall.  Measure from the floor up to the mark to see how tall your dog is.  You can also measure up the wall and make a mark to see how big your future puppy might
be.

Australian Labradoodle Types of Coats:
Fleece: silky soft texture as in the Angora goat. It can have a straight wavy look or a soft spiraling curl look. It is an easy to manage textured coat but does require management weekly. 
Wool: curly hair but still feels silky. It should have the appearance of looser spiraling wool which opens up easily to the skin. 
Hair: (not considered a type as a standard but some of the early generations may display this type of coat) straight and course like a Labrador but can also be wavy. This coat is usually seen in early generations and not ALDs. 

The Many Colors of Australian Labradoodles:
One of the many things I like about Labradoodles is the wide variety within the breed.  With different sizes, and different textured fleece and wool coats, it wouldn’t be right if they were all the same color!  Labradoodles come in many colors to suit just about anyone’s taste.  There are solid colors, and patterns such as parti, phantom, abstract, sable, brindle, merle and multi.  There are slight variations in every color and new colors being identified.  And just to keep us guessing, puppies might fade or darken as they mature.  Check out at all these colors: white, chalk, cream, gold, apricot, caramel, buff, parchment, red, cafe, chocolate, lavender, pewter, and black!

Australian Labradoodle Litters For Sale

Mabel & Bentley’s Valentine Litter

Mabel & Bentley’s Valentine Litter

Breed: Australian Labradoodle

Availability: Available For Purchase

Litter Born: 01/02/20

Price: $2,400.00

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Miniature Australian Labradoodles
20-25 lbs
Mabel delivered 6 gorgeous red little doodles.  

CeeCee & Jasper

CeeCee & Jasper

Breed: Australian Labradoodle

Availability: Available For Purchase

Litter Born: 01/21/20

Price: $2,400.00

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Match made in heaven! CeeCee’s and her babies are doing very well.  She had 3 boys and 1 girl.

Coco & Griffin

Coco & Griffin

Breed: Australian Labradoodle

Availability: Available For Purchase

Litter Expected: 03/23/20

Price: $2,400.00

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CoCo lives here with us & she makes the prettiest Australian labradoodles you will see.  She wants to be everyone’s momma but still finds time to romp and play. Griffin’s green eyes & gorgeous coloring is the perfect match for her.

Australian Labradoodle Past Litters

Kloe & Reece

Kloe & Reece

Breed: Australian Labradoodle

Availability: Sold Out

Litter Born: 10/08/19

Price: $2,400.00

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Kloe's litter is all sold out.

Australian Labradoodle Sold Dogs