Labradoodle

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Labradoodle

a hybrid name applied to dogs resulting from crossing Labrador retrievers and standard Poodles. Conformation and coat characteristics vary widely between those of the parents.
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Labradoodles come with a host of problems when not bred properly.
We've occasionally received requests to do a breed feature on Labradoodles or goldendoodles, usually from folks who say theirs are top-notch hunters and offer a hypoallergenic alternative to traditional sporting breeds.
Compared to the atom bomb, the hypoallergenic labradoodle might seem comical but, as Mr Conron, the dog breeder who created it, says: "I've done a lot of damage".
The dogs' owner Julie Noakes, from Rock, near Kidderminster, is now selling the 11 puppy labradoodles for pounds 750 each.
President-elect recently revealed that his family would either own a Labradoodle or a Portuguese water dog.
Dog lovers are turning to breeds such as the labradoodle - a cross between a labrador and a poodle - and the jackabee - a Jack Russell terrier and a beagle cross.
MAN'S BEST FRIEND: Danielle Roe, top left, with a Labradoodle and her brother Ayrton with another one of the litter which is pictured above left
MEET the Labradoodle - one of the most bizarre dogs you'll ever see
The campaign will include contributions from the sale of limited edition Gund plush labradoodle dogs, a Gund plush teddy bear, and exclusive Frango(R) Pink Mint Chocolates.
The Kennel Club, the national register of pedigree pooches, is probing opinion on registering the likes of labradoodles - labrador/poodle - to limit "designer dog" defects that lead to them being dumped.
The three-month-old miniature labradoodle has been trained to ensure he adapts to his new role and way of life as part of the hotel's reception team.