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The Breed's History:
The Labradoodle became known in 1988, when Australian breeder Wally Conron crossed the Labrador Retriever and Standard Poodle at the Royal Guide Dogs Associations of Australia in Victoria.
Conron's aim was to combine the low-shedding coat of the Poodle with the gentleness and trainability of the Labrador, and to provide a guide dog suitable for people with allergies to fur and dander.
Sultan, a dog from this litter, displayed all the qualities Conron was seeking and worked as a guide dog for a woman in Hawaii for ten years.
Although Guide Dogs Victoria no longer breed Labradoodles, they are bred by other guide and assistance dog organizations in Australia and other places. The Association for the Blind of Western Australia has introduced Labradoodles into their training program, and their first, Jonnie, graduated in November 2010.
Labradoodles are now widely used around the world as guide, assistance, and therapy dogs as well as being popular family dogs.
The Norwegian Royal Crown Prince and Princess own a Labradoodle.
Conron has since repeatedly stated he regrets initiating the fashion for this type of crossbreed and maintains it caused "a lot of damage" together with "a lot of problems". He also felt he was to blame for "creating a Frankenstein", adding that problems were being bred into the dogs rather than breeding away from problems.
He is further quoted as claiming: "For every perfect one, you're going to find a lot of crazy ones."
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1 foot, 9 inch. to 2 feet (53,34 to 60,96 cm)
50 to 65 pounds (22,67 to 29,49 Kg)
12 to 14 years
Potential Health Issues:
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
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