100% AL large mini
100% Australian Labradoodle
100% Multi Gen

There is a considerable difference between the English and Australian Labradoodle.  Although originally bred from the Labrador and Poodle to produce the F1 Labradoodle Origin, the Creators and Founders of the Australian Labradoodle, Rutland Manor and Tegan Park, dedicated over 20 years developing and infusing carefully selected other breeds (including the American Cocker Spaniel, the English Cocker Spaniel, the Irish Water Spaniel and more latterly the Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier) to ensure that the coats shed as little as possible and improve conformation, temperament and size.  There are very few breeders of PURE miniature Australian Labradoodles in the UK and genuine puppies are RARE - sometimes it's necessary to wait for the right puppy.  The breeders of 100% Genuine Australian Labradoodles in the UK have made huge personal commitments to introduce the breed over here and to promote their wonderful qualities.  At Doodledoos we adhere to the International Code of Ethics concerning the Australian Labradoodles and wholeheartedly support the Australian Breeding Programme to ensure the breed is not brought into disrepute and to preserve the Purity of the Breed.




Basil (left) has a wavy fleece coat which is soft and has more flow than a curly coat and the waves fall loosely all over the body.  After a year of age, the coat thickens and curls up more, but is generally not such a tight curl as some Labradoodle coats.  All non shedding Australian Labradoodles need to be professionally groomed from around 5 months of age and thereafter every 10-12 weeks to keep them looking smart, tidy and free of matts.   Preston (right) has a spiral fleece coat that hangs in ringlets but when kept short is curly.   The Wool coat is more springy and has a soft texture more like a poodle.  Our Multi-Generational Australian Labradoodles have some ASD heritage in their pedigree lines but are not 100% ASD.  So as not to deceive people, we call them Multi-Gen Australian Labradoodles with 'broken-lines' - they still have non-shedding coats and superb temperaments making them just as popular as the ASDs.  There are no differences in temperament between the 50%, 75% and 100% Australian Labradoodles - the main differences are down to coat quality, which is an important factor to consider where allergies are concerned.

The Pure Australian Labradoodle SHOULD NOT MOULT.  Depending on the type of allergy that you have, the Pure Australian Labradoodle could well be the dog for you!  Their low odour and non-shedding coat make them highly desirable to those who suffer with allergies.  Some allergy sufferers react to canine dander or urine, so it is important to see a allergy specialist to determine what triggers the allergies.


Because we share our home with dogs that DO moult, it would be unrealistic for us to invite potential customers to visit our home with a view to seeing if they experience a reaction to our Labradoodles. We find that on the whole most people who have a 100% Australian Labradoodle from us experience no moulting at all.  Some of our 50% and 75% Australian Labradoodles suit people with very mild allergies as they can have very low shedding coats. 

People often ask us if Labradoodles are easy to train.  The answer is 'YES', but that is not to say that they need LESS training than other dogs.  Because of their high level of intelligence, the Labradoodle (and especially the Australian Labradoodle) is keen to learn and learns quickly.  We advise that you lay down some ground rules before your puppy comes home to you and then you will be ready to implement them straight away.  Although we are not professional trainers, we give you lots of help and written information to help you on your way and we also encourage you to sign up for puppy training classes in your area - not just to help your puppy, but to help you too! 

Our puppies are part of our family while they are with us, and our young children play a very important role in helping the puppies get used to being held carefully and respectfully.  The puppies learn to experience the general sounds and 'goings-on' associated with busy family life very early in their lives.  Labradoodles hate being left alone for long periods of time.  We ask that our future puppy owners have time to commit to a new puppy and intend to provide companionship on a day to day basis.


The majority of our puppy owners have existing pets at home and find that our puppies are friendly and sociable and very willing to make friends quickly.  Any initial anxiety from existing pets soon dissolves as the Doodle's outgoing and affectionate character wins them over.  In fact, the Australian Labradoodle thrives on companionship and interaction with humans as well as other animals.


The Australian Labradoodle (as well as the Labradoodle Origin) has a natural affinity with people and a unique empathy with those with special needs.  Their high intelligence and desire to make friends unconditionally, makes them very popular visitors at Day Care Centres, schools and workshops where they can help encourage and share experiences in a positive way.

For more information about ALLERGIES and SIZING, visit our Allergies & Size Page.












Coat Types

Are they easy to Train?

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The pure Australian Labradoodle is a most beguiling breed of dog - they very quickly capture the imagination and hearts of dog lovers of all ages, around the world.  It is true that they have a great affinity with children and are very responsive to good consistent training, making them a joy to have in the family home.  The Australian Labradoodle really does tick the boxes for so many families and the low to non shedding coats make them an even bigger attraction for those who have had difficulty in finding a dog that usually doesn't trigger hair related allergies.



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