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  • What makes an Australian Labradoodle multigenerational?
    To be considered a foundation Australian Labradoodle, none of the parent breeds can have been introduced into a dog's line for three generations. To be considered an Australian Labradoodle, that increases to four generations. Multigenerational Australian Labradoodles require five generations without an introduction of a parent breed into their line.
  • What colors are Australian Labradoodles?
    Australian Labradoodles come in a variety of colors including chocolate, cream, apricot, red, black, and caramel. They also can have different coat patterns, such as phantom, parti and sable. At North Austin Labradoodles, we carefully select breeding pairs to ensure that our puppies have the desirable coat colors and patterns. We also provide health testing, including genetic dna testing, to ensure that our puppies are healthy and free from genetic disorders. If you have any questions about our breeding process or would like to learn more about our available puppies, please don't hesitate to contact us.
  • How much do your puppies cost?
    Our eight week old companion pet puppies are $3,000. Older pups who have had more training start at $3,250 and go up from there. The more training a pup has, the more the cost increases. Training a dog takes a lot of time and work. Additionally, older dogs have had more veterinary care, realizing the new owner an immediate savings at the vet.
  • What are the parent breeds of an Australian Labradoodle?
    Australian Labradoodles are a mix of poodle, labrador retriever and cocker or American spaniel.
  • Do Australian Labradoodles shed?
    North Austin Labradoodle breeds Australian Labradoodles that are known for their allergy friendly coats. While Labradoodles do shed, the amount and frequency of shedding vary based on the individual dog's coat type. There is no such thing as a dog that does not shed, just like people lose hair here and there, so do Labradoodles. Multigenerational Labradoodles tend to shed less than earlier generations. North Austin Labradoodle carefully selects breeding pairs to produce puppies with minimal shedding and allergy-friendly coats.
  • Are Australian Labradoodles allergy friendly?
    Yes, Australian Labradoodles are considered to be allergy-friendly dogs. This is because they have a low-shedding coat that produces less dander, which is the main cause of pet allergies. However, it's important to note that not all individuals with allergies may be able to tolerate them, and it's recommended to spend time with the breed beforehand to test for any allergic reactions. Additionally, North Austin Labradoodle can provide you with guidance on how to care for your new puppy's coat to minimize any allergy symptoms.
  • Can we visit your facility?
    We do not have a facility because all dogs are bred and raised in our home. Other than our family dogs, all our breeding dogs live with their guardian owners until it is time to breed and then whelp puppies. Once puppies are whelped, we limit visitors to our home for the safety of our puppies. Puppies have very weak immune systems and can easily contract illnesses brought onto our property by visitors. This can have deadly consequences. Parvo, for instance, can live in the ground for up to a year, is highly transportable, and can be deadly to puppies.
  • Do Australian Labradoodles require a lot of grooming?
    Australian Labradoodles do require regular grooming. Their curly, non-shedding coats need to be brushed at least once a week to prevent matting and tangling. Regular trimming and clipping is also necessary to maintain a healthy coat. In addition, their ears should be cleaned regularly and their nails should be trimmed as needed. However, with the right grooming routine, Australian Labradoodles are relatively low-maintenance and make great pets for those with allergies. At North Austin Labradoodle, we provide guidance on grooming and offer other resources.
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