A combination of Labrador retriever and standard or miniature poodle is where the Labradoodle came from. Because of being a crossbreed, the Labradoodle have lots of different features from the other dog breeds. The typical feature of a Labradoodle can be seen with the Australian Labradoodle. You can notice that the Australian Labradoodle has a broad head with a medium stop depression where the muzzle meets the forehead. They also have wide eyes, their flat ears level with the eyes, scissors bit, large nose, low set tails and their body is longer than tall.
Labradoodle dog breeders are more excited to answer questions when it is related to the purchase on one of their puppies. And aside from that, they are just concerned about the type of person or household where they feel their Labradoodle puppies can be sold.
Labradoodle breeders are located anywhere with different offers from each other. Some are from the United States and some are from Australia. There are also some breeders that are home-based.
One example of Labradoodle breeders is Cass Linder who is the breeder of Linder Labradoodles. Cass Linder is located in Colorado where they raised their puppies in their home. They give their puppies with so much love, care and socialization.
Ray Corrigan is another example of Labradoodle breeder. Located in Illinois, this Labradoodle breeder has enchanting, hardy and playful dogs.
Standard, medium, and mini sized Australian Labradoodles are the most common choices of many breeders when they breed. There are also some breeders that are focused and more committed to the overall health, temperament and standard conformation of their Labradoodle puppies.
Many breeders also breed all sizes of quality American early generation and multi generation Labradoodles. While other breeders preferred in specializing Labradoodles in red and parti colors, miniature and medium size, Australian Labradoodles and American Labradoodles.
One of the original Labradoodle breeders is the DownUnder Labradoodles USA, and they are located in Raleigh, North Carolina. On the West coast, Brasken Kennels is an up and coming breeder in California.