Labradoodle Medium

Crossbreed, Medium

Doesn't moult much

Not good for first time owners

Labradoodles were originally bred in Australia in an attempt to create a hypoallergenic guide dog. As well as becoming popular pets they are also well-suited to working as therapy dogs.


Attractive to ...

Someone looking for a clever dog. The Poodle intelligence is thought to be second only to the Border Collie so Labradoodles tend to be smart.

Not the best for ...

Someone who is looking for a very specific 'look'. The Labradoodle coat can be anything from soft to wiry, and can be straight, wavy or curly.






A bit smaller than a Labrador.

Exercise Needs

Medium (About an hour)
Doesn't have to be a solid hour, you can give them lots of short walks.


variable (smooth, progroom)


Doesn't moult much
But all dogs shed dander so if you're allergic, make sure you'll be ok

Life expectancy

12 years

Good first dog?



Annette's Aussie Doodles

I am a small breeder based in North Bedfordshire. Don't be alarmed when reading I have three breeds, I have one Golden doodle girl and one poodle , plus two jack Russell girls, My Australian boys live with a good friend in the village. Our dogs live in the home along side us and are our foremost pets. .I am a breed adviser in Dogs Today Magazine and I am the Co-founder of the The Labradoodle Club of Great Britain. I am also an ambassador and approved breeder of Tailwise. I have studied animal behaviour at Moulton College and I have studied at Shuttleworth Agricultural College to obtain a degree in Animal Management and have a BSc in animal Science. I have also carried out my level three veterinary nurse exam, advanced puppy first aid and advanced behaviour courses. I intend to carry on my education with a Masters degree in Law and Welfare .


Tailwise is consistently rated as Excellent

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