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The Labradoodle Breed
As Labradoodles become more popular, many breeders are trying to replicate the labradoodle breed characteristic traits in many different ways. There is no true accord in the matter of whether or not breeders intentionally want to have Labradoodles perceived as an AKC recognized breed. Some breeders prefer to limit rearing to create F1 mixtures, which simply means the puppy's parents are one poodle and one labrador retreiver. This is different from a F2 mixture, which would mean the puppy's parents are actually two labradoodles. The point of using two labradoodles to breed is to try and guarantee better uniformity across hereditary traits among the puppies. This includes trying to get rid of any genetic defects that may have been made apparent in the breed, while determining which characteristics and temperament traits are ideal to try and maintain in the puppies. If you want to learn more about the traits that are most common in this breed and you want to learn more about the puppy's demeanor or attitude, or if you want to look at labradoodle puppies for sale, visit for more detailed information.

Labradoodle puppy on porch

Understanding the Labradoodle Breed as a Whole

Others breeders are breeding labradoodles to labradoodles over progressive eras, in an attempt to further develop and perfect the breed. The resulting puppies are generally known as multigenerational labradoodles or Australian Labradoodles. Australian Labradoodles contrast from early-era and multigenerational labradoodles in that they may have some various other breed strains in their lineage. Sometimes this may include English Cocker Spaniels. Sometimes, these different strains are added in after an initial breeding of a Labrador and a Poodle. Once the puppy comes from these two dogs, breeders will sometimes take the Labradoodle and aim to breed it with another breed, to remove and/or add in certain traits or characteristics into the breed. 
Labradoodle puppy sitting in the grass

While this breed has been around for what seems like a long time, it is actually in the very early stages of its development. By comparison, other breeds are hundreds of years old, which means selective breeding, resilience, and time has developed those breeds into in well-rounded, adaptable breeds. Since you must wait before breeding newborn puppies, the speed at which the breed develops is limited. Even though this is the case, there are many breeders dedicated to the betterment of this breed. By the same token, there are also tons of unethical breeders operating unsafe breeding environments. These are also sometimes known as puppy mills. These places offer extremely poor living conditions for their puppies, so it is important that you do not mistakenly or unknowingly support these types of breeders. Ignorance is very harmful when searching for puppies, so it important to do your research. Puppy mills and poor genetic breeding are the reasons that breeds develop problems, which can easily spread and be carried on for multiple generations. As a result of this and the fact that this breed is still relatively new, the breeding process of a labradoodle is still rather convoluted, and this is why you may not see the consistent labradoodle traitsthat you are looking for in each individual dog. To truly find Labradoodles that exhibit the right traits, you need to buy them from dependable breeders. You can find these breeders at labradoodlemix. 

Labradoodle puppy running and jumping in field

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