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Labradoodle(Canis lupus familiaris) informations, facts -

Labradoodle(Canis lupus familiaris)

Labradoodle(Canis lupus familiaris) is a hybrid of a labrador retriever and a poodle. The term first appeared in 1955 but was not initially popular. Labradoodles are a good choice for those with allergies, provided the poodle coat is inherited rather than the Labrador coat.



Common Name: Labradoodle
Scientific Name: Canis lupus familiaris

Scientific Classification

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Genus: Canis
Group: Mammal
Number of Species: 1
Conservation Status: Not extinct

Living & Habitat

Living Locations: Australia
Habitat: House, City

Physical Classification

Color: Black, Chocolate, Tan, Brown, White
Skin Type: Fur
Weight: 12 kg to 18 kg(Approx)
Size: 45 cm to 60 cm (Approx)
Top Speed: Up to 48 to 56 km/h(Approx)


Diet: Carnivore 
Favorite Food: Meat, Fruits, Vegetables, Dog foods


Lifestyle: Solitary
Lifespan: Up to 14 Years
Age of Sexual Maturity: 2 Year
Gestation Period: 63 Days
Average Litter Size: 6 to 8
Name of baby: Puppy
Age of Weaning: 6 to 8 Weels


  • Labradoodles come in three different sizes: standard, medium, or miniature. Standard pups can weigh more than 45 pounds, medium ones usually range between 25 and 45 pounds, and miniatures are less than 25 pounds. The size of puppies can be unpredictable, but whether little or big, their cuddly teddy bears all the same.
  • Labradoodle puppies are playful and bouncy, always ready for adventure and a cuddle. These dogs are lap dogs even when they get too big to fit.
  • Since both poodles and Labradors are known for their intelligence, it’s no surprise that Labradoodles are highly trainable. They’re eager to learn, and training helps keep their mischievous side at bay.
  • Friendly, devoted, and playful, Labradoodles are great family pets, but they’re not great for protection! That’s because this joyful dog breed, typically easygoing, was bred not to be aggressive.
  • Labradoodles quickly become an essential part of the family. They’re particularly wonderful with children loving, gentle, and yet oozing with energy. As family pets go, the Labradoodle is right up there with the classic Labrador retriever in terms of suitability.


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