A lot of publicity surrounded the new labradoodle dog. People who couldn’t take delight in owning their own dog were now able to. Adding to that, Australian Labradoodles make for an excellent companion. They are very smart, easy to train, great temperament and personalities.
For more information about this wonderful breed, visit the web site of the organization formed to support the development of the breed:
Australian Labradoodle Association of America
First generation Labradoodle (F1): is the offspring of a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle (50% Lab/50% Poodle). The results are mixed, their coats can range from hairy to wooly, they typically shed and may or may not be hypoallergenic.
Backcross F1B: is the offspring of an F1 Labradoodle bred back to a Poodle to improve coat qualities. The results are also mixed, may have hair or fleece coats, and typically have low to non-shedding coats.
Australian Labradoodle: carries DNA of a Labrador, Poodle and Cocker Spaniel. They typically have non-shedding coats, are hypoallergenic and have uniquely great temperaments. Once an Australian Labradoodle is crossed with another Australian labradoodle you have a Multigenerational Australian Labradoodle.
Multigen Australian Labradoodle: is the offspring of an Australian Labradoodle and another Australian Labradoodle. Multigens have a soft fleece/wool blend coat with some curls or loose spirals. Coat will be non-shedding, hypoallergenic, and likely to have no coat or body odor.
Multigeneration Australian Labradoodles have an excellent temperament are quick learners for training, very good natured and loyal.
A Sunshine Labradoodle proudly breeds only Multigeneration Australian Labradoodles.