The muzzle of a dog with a chocolate coat may have lighter colors - light brown.

Pigment: nose, eye and muzzle rims and paw pads - rose or reddish-brown in color.

Chocolate Labradoodle

Chocolate Labradoodle


A photo will never do justice to the true charm of black Labradoodles. I found out for myself when I first saw a black female. I am delighted with the nobility of this color.

Pigment: black

Eyes: Black or dark brown.

Often noticeable in black are shades of brown or silver.

Black Labradoodle

Black Labradoodle


Real coffee with milk is a very delicate shade of brown.

Pigment: rose or reddish brown.

Eyes: brown or honey-hazel.


Often confused with gold, red or caramel.

Apricot Labradoodle

Apricot Labradoodle


One of the most beautiful colors. We distinguish different shades of caramel from light to darker. Very often, at a later age (around the twelfth month), the shade becomes darker.

Pigment: pinkish-reddish (eye rims, muzzle and paw pads)

Eyes: Hazel or greenish gold



Pigment: Red or Black.

Eyes: dark brown

Red Labradoodle

Red Labradoodle


Cream color has many shades (including gold)

Pigment: black

Eyes: Various shades of brown or black


Pigment: Rose

Eyes: Hazel, a unique expression of human eyes

Creamy with a good coat, it does not need bathing as often as other breeds. Mud and dirt on the coat dry and fall off without leaving an unpleasant odor - this is another amazing advantage of Australian Labradoodles.

Cream Labradoodle

Cream Labradoodle


Different colored patches on different parts of the body.

It is a type of tan coat (in the picture Donnan - brown and cream). This means that individual parts of the dog's body are fading. After mating a dog and a bitch with this factor, spotted puppies are born

Brown factored Labradoodle

Brown factored Labradoodle


There are three types of Australian Labradoodle coat. Woolen (curly) coat, "curly" (curly) coat, "curly" (wavy) coat

Wool coat (curly) – thick and thick, similar to poodle hair. Regular brushing required. The coat is allergy-friendly, does not shed and does not emit the characteristic dog smell. A characteristic feature - when the dog runs, his coat does not wave in the wind - the hair on the legs and body is stationary. Requires a trim 2-3 times a year to keep the coat in good condition.

The change from puppy to adult coat is not as pronounced as can be seen in dogs with a curly coat. This is the result of regular clipping and trimming, during which puppy hair is removed.

"Curly" (wavy) coat

During the movement, the coat waves in the wind, it is a very beautiful sight. However, a very important period is the period of replacing the puppy coat with the adult dog coat. The puppy's fur does not shed, so it is important to carry out the trimming procedure - preferably by hand. You can also shave the dog (leave a short coat), but I personally do not recommend it - the whole charm is in the long coat. It is important to remember to comb your dog often in accordance with the principle of grooming, than spending a fortune on a hairdresser who will have to remove tangles (few hairdressers can do this) or be forced to shave the dog. A puppy's fur that will not undergo care treatments can easily tangle. When a puppy's hair is changed - it can attach to the permanent hair, creating tangles. A good hairdresser can remove them without damaging the hair, but it is a very time-consuming and expensive procedure. The fur change can start from the tenth month and continue for several weeks.


The dog's head is shaped with scissors and thinners, the beard should be given a round shape. For hygienic reasons, we should not leave it long (goat beard).

Good for allergy sufferers. It does not moult, however, it must undergo the stage of replacing puppy hair with adult, permanent hair - with proper care, this process is almost imperceptible.

Curly (curly) coat.

Individual curls look like spirals. Care as for "curly" wavy hair. Good for allergy sufferers. It does not moult, however, it must undergo the stage of replacing puppy hair with adult, permanent hair - with proper care, this process is almost imperceptible.



– take care of our dogs, brush them regularly

- Trim and trim their fur

– never bathe a matted dog, unfortunately, after this treatment, the knots only become permanent a

their subsequent combing is impossible

– when washing the dog, do not use circular movements – the coat should be kneaded in the process

washing with downward motions.

– when drying with a towel, do not use circular movements - the coat should be kneaded in

downwards while drying.

– when drying with a hair dryer, comb the dog at the same time (downwards movements)

- after drying, spray with water containing a little conditioner to give the coat its former look

(curly or wavy) appearance.

The Labradoodle coat is no more complicated to care for than that of other dogs. In addition to a bunch of Labradoodles, I also have a female West Highland White Terrier, whose trimming takes me about 3-4 hours on average. Proper cutting and trimming of a Labradoodle takes about 1.5 hours (provided that the coat is not too matted).

A good hairdresser can remove tangles without disturbing the hair and without cutting nasty-looking holes in it. However, trimming such a dog can take several hours. Unfortunately, hair brought to the appearance of dreadlocks is only to be removed, we are able to remove any other tangles. Do not let your barbers shave your dog, follow your own intuition. Attention!!! Some Labradoodles have eyelashes that are 6 centimeters long. Sensitize your hairdresser not to remove them - some people do it carefully, and they give our dog this amazing charm.


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