Labradoodle Information (FAQs)

Labradoodle Information

Our sweet loveable Labradoodle

This compilation of Labradoodle information is designed to help you understand what a Labradoodle is, the different types of labradoodles and more. Please feel free to check out the information listed below.

What are Australian Labradoodles?

In the beginning , the Labradoodle was simply a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Standard Poodle. Read More…

 

What are Merle Australian Labradoodles?

The Australian Labradoodle is a cross between a Labrador Retriever, Poodle, Irish Water Spaniel, English Cocker Spaniel and the Irish Soft Coated Wheaten.  Read More…

 

Why We Charge Less for Labradoodle Puppies

We do get that question from time to time. It is fair to ask, because sometimes when things are less expensive, there is a concern about the product. Read More…

 

Caring for Your New Australian Labradoodle Puppy

Preparing for your new family member is an exciting time! Follow this Labradoodle puppy care guide to help with the transtion.  Read More…

 

Why buy from a Labradoodle breeder?

There are a number of good reasons to adopt a puppy from a reputable breeder such as Golden Xpress Labradoodles. We take pride in our puppies – and we know you will too! Read More…

 

Labradoodle Breeding Standards

The Australian Labradoodle also known as theAustralian Cobberdog should be gracefully athletic, yet compact with substance to their build. Read More…

 

Labradoodles: Great Family Dogs!

If your family is considering adopting a new dog, think about bringing home a Labradoodle! Golden Xpress Labradoodles have many unique qualities that make them ideal family pets. Read More…

 

Chocolate Labradoodles: The Many Variations

A beautiful, varied color of the Labradoodle family, chocolate Labradoodles are popular.  Many chocolate labradoodle puppies change color as they mature. Some change a little and some you wouldn’t think to call ‘chocolate’ when their coat is done changing. They all have a rose colored noses. Read More…

 

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