Labradoodles are amazing dogs, and Labradoodle colors are just as interesting! Labradoodles come in many different shapes, sizes, and coat shades.
Some Labradoodles have black coats with white spots on their chest or paws. Others have brown coats with golden highlights around their eyes. But no matter what color labradoodle you have, they all make great companions for all!
Labradoodles with chocolate coats are such pretty dogs! There is a Labradoodle with a chocolate coat that lives in my neighborhood (pictured above on a walk with my Labradoodle Max) that I see every day walking all over the place. When he sees me, he actually jumps up on me and starts licking my face! He is a medium-sized Labradoodle dog.
There are three sizes of Labradoodles, standard, medium, and miniature.
Some Labradoodles love to swim and you will find them in your pool! (or at the beach)
Labradoodles love playing in the water, even from early on when they are puppies. Occasionally you will find a LAbradoodle that does not take to the water – but they are few and far between.
Labradoodles are more than just pets, they become part of our family. They’re full of life and energy, but also cuddle up on the couch every night. Labradoodles are friendly, social animals that love to play and run around with their human friends.
Some Labradoodles like to be outdoors, and you will find them rolling in the grass, chasing butterflies, or just plain relaxing.
White coat Labradoodles can get pretty stained and dirty. White Labradoodles are especially prone to this. My labradoodle gets dirt all over his coat after she plays outside! It’s really hard to keep white labradoodle coat clean. Luckily basic grooming and shampoo do the trick.
Black Labradoodle puppies normally have black eyes too (see the photo above). This actually makes it quite difficult to capture photographs of them.
Labradoodles are amazing friends! They love attention, whether it’s getting a belly rub or having their ears scratched.
Labradoodles come in all shapes and sizes. Some Labradoodles are thin while others are more stocky. No matter what size labradoodle you have, they’re great companions who really care about you!
Friendly, energetic, playful, social, cuddly, smart. AKA – the Labradoodle.
Labradoodles get on well with other dogs. It is important to introduce your puppy to other dogs as soon as possible. If you live in a city, this will be easy because there will be lots of dogs everywhere. You can find out about off-leash dog parks and dog walking groups in your area and try going along to meet the Labradoodle owners and their Labradoodle friends.
Labradoodle Puppy Images
Some Labradoodles are groomed when their coat gets too long. This can be done in a professional setting, but many owners prefer to take the job on themselves at home.
If you’re grooming your labradoodle at home, make sure you have all of the necessary tools before starting. You will need a Labradoodle-specific brush, labradoodle shampoo, scissors, and nail trimmers.
Before you start brushing your Labradoodle put, it in a comfortable position in front of you on the floor or sitting on your lap. Brush their fur from head to tail with a Labradoodle-specific brush picking up any tangles as you go.
Even though they have long coats, Labradoodles can still get sunburn or suffer from sun damage. Give them plenty of opportunities to cool off away from the sun.
Some Labradoodle will have two shades in their coats. These are called “parti” Labradoodles. Black and white two-shade Labradoodles are common.
Labradoodles love running through the snow, playing with their family, rolling around in the white stuff, barking at the sound of someone nearby, or just relaxing.
Labradoodles are also found in many climates. They are found throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The Labradoodles can be found living on islands such as Hawaii or Australia or on the cold mountainsides of Europe.
If you introduce your Labradoodle to grooming early on, it will be easier later on. It will help make bath time easier for life. It can even save money because some Labradoodles shed a lot of hair and need to be groomed more often (and DIY grooming saves a bunch).
Non-shedding small dogs are popular. So are shedding small dogs (like Boxers, Bulldogs, Pomeranians, and more)
Miniature Labradoodles Images
Giving a labradoodle puppy a bath can be challenging. Bath time is much easier if Labradoodles are groomed early on. It is also MUCH easier to bathe a Miniature or Toy Labradoodle (as we can just pick them up)
Labradoodles, like other dogs, need to be brushed often. A non-shedding dog coat still needs regular brushing, even when it is cut short like the photo above (we shaved our Labradoodle Max before a beach holiday to help prevent coat knotting with daily swims).
Before taking a puppy to the beach be sure you have a plan, and safety in mind.
Dogs rarely need raincoats. We got one just because it looks great. It does help during walks in cold rain or when there is wind and I am worried that Max will get a chill.
Suns out tongues out! Labradoodles will often hang out with their tongues out.