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The history of the Australian
Labradoodle traces back to the 1980s in Australia when Wally
Conran decided he wanted to create a breed of dog that, among
other things, was allergy friendly, asthma friendly and would
serve as a great service or guide dog.
Initially started as what was a cross between a Labrador Retriever and Poodle, further development and selective breeding with other dogs was introduced by the Tegan Park and Rutland Manor breeders who took over where Wally left off. This went on like this for many years to produce the desired characteristics the research centres were looking for.
This perfection of the breed has produced the qualities that we see today in this rare dog breed; gentle, loving temperaments; beautiful curly or wavy fleece or wool coats; colors as exquisite as chocolate, red, apricot, cream, black and gold; highly intelligent; low to non-shedding; asthma and allergy friendly; no-odor; bred for excellent health and soundness. All are the qualities that endear them to us as great family companions that also doubles as a wonderful service or guide dog.
For these reasons and more the Australian Labradoodle puppy is a much sought after breed. It is important NOT to confuse it however with a Labradoodle Origin.
The genuine Australian Labradoodle is obviously not just a cross between a Poodle and a Labrador, but much, much more. The differences are clear.
Is your Labradoodle a ASD or Australian Labradoodle?
Tegan Park Scottie a
fine example of the True Australian Labradoodle
Tegan Park Scottie a fine example of the True Australian Labradoodle