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First time dog owner? Choose a Labradoodle!

Considering a dog for the first time but worried about training or behavior problems? The labradoodle could be your new best friend! Whether you’re single or come with a full family, these loving dogs will adapt to either setting. A cross between two of the most intelligent breeds, the Labrador retriever and the poodle, training…
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Reasons why your Labradoodle doesn’t eat

Is your Labradoodle not eating? If so, you should contact your vet as a loss in appetite could mean illness. When Labradoodles don’t eat, it’s referred to as anorexia. Here are some of the reasons why your Labradoodles won’t eat. Their surroundings have changed, e.g. you moved your Labradoodle to a new home. You already…
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You get what you pay for!

Whether you are buying furniture for your home, updating your personal wardrobe, or perhaps buying a pre-owned car – the above saying holds true. Spend less and the lower quality is obvious. Frankly, although it might at first seem like a strange comparison, the same is true when you consider adding a Labradoodle to your…
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Dental care for Labradoodles

Poor dental care for Labradoodles can cause tartar build-up, swollen gums and infections. Eventually, this can lead to heart and kidney issues. For puppies that are aged one to three, brush their teeth weekly or more often. Labradoodles over three years old need a good dental scrubbing about three times a week. If you can…
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What to consider when choosing a labradoodle for your family

Most parents want their children to grow up with pets but choosing the right dog for your family can be nerve-racking. If you’re interested in Labradoodles, you may be asking yourself if they’re good family dogs. Generally, Labradoodles are friendly, intelligent, and playful. Most breeders acknowledge that they thrive in families with kids. However, that…
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How to keep your Labradoodle entertained indoors

Now that we are all home due to the coronavirus outbreak, you may have thought of fun things to do, to keep your Labradoodle entertained indoors. Labradoodles are naturally playful, and they can be overly cheerful, knocking down items in your house when bored. Here are some fun activities which ensure their minds are occupied…
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Labradoodles and cats: match made in heaven?

The owner of the labradoodle benefits from the versatile features of its breed: a shiny, curly coat and an energetic, warm, and loving temperament. It is not difficult to train the labradoodle to work around your needs and demands to make it a kid-friendly, house-friendly pet. But how does it fare with the other furry…
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Help! My Labradoodle sheds a lot

If your Labradoodle sheds a lot, it means they aren’t Poodle enough. When you adopt a Labradoodle, you usually get a mix of a Poodle (less shedding dog breed) and Labrador Retriever (sheds quite a lot). Hence, getting a non-shedding Labradoodle from a blend of shedding and non-shedding breeds is a matter of luck. While…
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How often should you groom your Labradoodle?

All Labradoodles need to be bathed, brushed, and groomed since they are high-energy dogs that love to run, swim, and play. However, the grooming frequency depends on the amount of shedding and the type of coat your Labradoodle has. Generally, your Labradoodle needs basic brushing and combing twice a week if they haven’t been out…
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How to take care of a young adopted labradoodle

The key to successfully raising young Labradoodles is to understand that the first 8 to 12 weeks of knowing your dog will have a huge impact on their behavior towards you. This is why successful neurological and emotional conditioning to make them relaxed, less anxious, and more confident around you is very important. Here are…
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