Labradoodle Types

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f3 Labradoodle

An f3 Labradoodle is also often called a multigenerational Labradoodle. Usually, an f3 Labradoodle will be bred from two second generation Labradoodles. But check with your breeder, as some multigenerational Doodles may differ in parentage. If your f3 Labradoodle has two f2 Doodle parents, their traits can still be unpredictable. So, if you’re looking for …

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F2 Labradoodle – What Does It Mean?

What is an f2 Labradoodle? F2 is shorthand for ‘second filial generation’. It means that a Labradoodle is two generations removed from their closest purebred ancestors. In other words, their parents were first generation Labradoodles, and their grandparents were Labradors and Poodles. The ancestry of a Labradoodle puppy can provide important information about their temperament, …

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Female Labradoodle

Female Labradoodles may be smaller than their male siblings, but they’re likely to have the same loveable personality. Owners of females Labradoodles should familiarise themselves with health issues specifically affecting female dogs. But ultimately, preference for dogs of either sex comes down to personal opinion, so doing a little research goes a long way! Female …

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F1 Labradoodle – Understanding Breed Generations

If you’re searching for a Labradoodle, you may have noticed litters described as F1, and wondered what it means. The letter and number F1 signify that a puppy is a first generation Labradoodle. In other words, they’re the offspring of a purebred Labrador Retriever and a purebred Poodle. What is an F1 Labradoodle? Genetically an …

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