Iowa's Lake Park Labradoodles
MOLLY IS EXPECTING!
She is due the first week of May 2023
We still have openings for this litter!
Molly's Blooming Litter is Here!
Oakley, Elmer, Asher,
Palmer, Spruce, Douglas,
Tulip, & Rosie.
We have openings!
What you need to know about the Australian Labradoodle:
Basics and care:
They do not like to be left alone for long periods of time. The labradoodle is all about his/her people. They want to be around you.
They do require daily exercise. This can be as simple as morning and evening walks, playing fetch, or as complicated as obstacle or agility training.
Labradoodle coats are low to non-shedding. Labradoodles need to be brushed or combed out several times a week. They will also need to be groomed or trimmed. Our dogs go to the groomer every 6-8 weeks.
They are very intelligent dogs and respond well to training.
Miniature: Between 14 and 16 inches or 35 to 42 centimeters.
Medium range: Between 17 and 20 inches or 43 to 52 centimeter.
Standard range: Between 21 and 24 inches or 53 to 63 centimeters.
Labradoodles have two types of coats: fleece and wool. Fleece coats can be wavy or curly. Wool coats are curly.
Labradoodles come in many colors. Brown pigmented labradoodles can be: caramel ice, caramel cream, caramel, caramel red, chocolate, lavender, cafe’, and parchment. Black pigmented labradoodles can be Black pigmented dogs can be chalk, cream, apricot, gold, red, black, blue, or silver.
Information obtained from the https://alaa-labradoodles.com/