The history of Australian Labradoodle breed stemmed from a need of a woman losing sight who was looking for the assistance of a guide dog which at the same time would not be an allergy-triggering dog. Then, the idea of crossing a poodle with a labrador came to life. This crossbreed was named Labradoodle.
Since 1989, intensive breeding works have started to eliminate shedding and genetical diseases, allowing only animals that were genetically tested to crossbreed.
In this way, over many years, multigenerational Australian Labradoodles were created.
1. Have hypoallergenic, allergic- and asthmatic-friendly, non-shedding coat without characteristic dog odour
2. Need contact with the owner and participation in a family life:
Above all, they are gentle, friendly and family-loving dogs.