How much does an Australian Labradoodle cost?

An Australian Labradoodle litter would usually have an average of 8 puppies, so they are not really that rare. But some of the factors that would affect the price would be the breeder, the lineage, and the location. Generally, an Australian Labradoodle puppy would cost around $2,700 to $3,000.

How much does an Australian Labradoodle cost UK?

If you are interested in adopting from us then our 8 weeks old solid coloured, pups start from £5000 (£6000 for merle/rare colours). Partly-trained pups usually start from £6500, for a 13-week-old solid colour (prices increase with age/training and also if rare/merle colouring).

How much is a purebred Australian Labradoodle?

The cost of a Labradoodle is going to range anywhere from $500 to $4000 depending upon whether you buy, adopt, or rescue a Labradoodle. The typical cost of a Labradoodle puppy from a reputable breeder is going to be roughly $1,500 to $2,000.

What is a fair price for a Labradoodle?

On average, a Labradoodle costs somewhere between $1,200 and $3,000. The two main factors that impact the price range are the overall quality of the breeder and the quality of the breeding stock (parents of the puppies) the puppies come from.

Why are Australian Labradoodles so expensive?

One of the main reasons these dogs are so expensive is because authentic Australian Labradoodle bloodlines are very rare. They are not a common breed of dog. There are also lots of strict standards in place that mean breeders have to do lots of health testing in order to maintain the integrity of the breed.

What is the life expectancy of an Australian Labradoodle?

roughly 12 to 14 years
How Long Do Labradoodles Live? All Labradoodles have a lifespan of roughly 12 to 14 years. Various factors influence where each dog is likely to fall within this scale.

How much does a medium Australian Labradoodle cost?

Australian Labradoodles ~ $3,000 (medium and standards) Australian Labradoodles ~ $3,200 (miniature and micro mini)

Are Australian Labradoodles easy to train?

They are easy to train due to their amazing intelligence, and are as funny as they are fun. They are both obedient and loyal, anticipating the needs of their owners with ease. Australian Labradoodles are energetic, playful, and full of love for everyone.

What are the common health problems with Australian Labradoodles?

Common Health Problems The Australian Labradoodle might be prone to conditions that include patellar luxation, hip and elbow dysplasia, Von Willebrand’s disease, and progressive retinal atrophy.

Do Australian Labradoodles bark a lot?

Labradoodles are natural barkers, like all dogs, but they don’t make it a nuisance habit. Most of the time, they bark within reason as it is also a means of serving their purpose as dogs.

What kind of dog is a labradoodle for sale?

Labradoodle Puppies for Sale A Labradoodle is a family and dog-friendly “designer hybrid” bred to be an allergy-friendly guide dog with a low-shedding coat. High energy, playful Australian Labradoodles are affectionate. The wildly popular Lab Poodle mix is great for first-time owners.

What kind of coat does a back cross Labradoodle have?

F1B or “Back Cross” is a puppy with a F1, First Cross or a Multigen parent and a purebred Poodle parent. These puppies’ coats are perfected due to their Poodle parent, however the results are mixed as this is not a pairing between two like dogs. Coats are typically low to non-shedding.

Who are the founders of the Australian Labradoodle?

In the late 1980’s, Tegan Park and Rutland Manor, the two founders of the Australian Labradoodle as we know it today, began carefully infusing several other breeds into early generations of their Lab/Poodle crosses, to improve temperament, coat, conformation, and size. The infused breeds include American and English Cocker Spaniel.