There’s a lot of them that need a good home.
When dog breeds become extremely popular, this leads to excessive breeding. Inexperienced dog breeders begin producing litters of pups, just because people are willing to pay a lot of money to get their hands on one. People will also buy these dogs because of their cuteness and popularity, only to find out that they aren’t a good fit for this breed or cannot take care of a dog in general. Breed popularity often means that there are a lot of these dogs in shelters and rescue organizations. If you decide your home is a good fit for this breed, consider adopting a Labradoodle instead of shopping for one. Adopted dogs can be just as well behaved and loving as expertly bred Labradoodles.
You want to teach your dog tricks.
If you’re looking for an intelligent dog that can perform a bunch of cool tricks, a Labradoodle is a good choice. This is a highly intelligent breed that is quick to learn new things. In fact, these types of dogs are happiest when they are given a “job” to do and they aim to please. While Labradoodles have the ability to be stubborn and make up their own rules, once you get into the training routine, they will gladly spend time with you learning new commands. Good training makes for better behaved dogs. Try taking your new pup to a group training class to learn new commands and better socialize your Labradoodle.
You want an adorable dog.
There’s no denying that Labradoodles are absolutely adorable pups. With different breeding techniques, there are so many coat and color combinations to choose from. These dogs are typically bred with either a curly coat or a wavy coat. The curlier the coat, the less likely they are to shed or cause an allergic reaction. The wavy coat is longer and silkier than the curly coat. This dog is bred to be a variety of colors, including black, white, brown, red, and multicolored. These are rather big dogs, but if you’re looking for something a little smaller, they are also bred in Medium and Miniature sizes.
If you fit this description, then a Labradoodle might be the right dog for you! Before getting a dog, there are a lot of careful considerations that must be done. Be honest with yourself about your time commitments, willingness to exercise and play, and the ability to spend time training your pet. Once you’ve decided a Labradoodle is the right dog for you, it’s time to do a little research on the best breeder (or dog shelter), training tips, health, and grooming. Once you have your big ball of fluff in your home, you’ll be happy you chose a Labradoodle as your new best friend.