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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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Keep your Labradoodles warm this winter

Here are a couple of tips to help keep your Labradoodles warm: Watch the weather Even if your Labradoodle has a thick coat of fur, or you bundle them up with a sweater or vest, there will still be places on their bodies that are susceptible to cold. If the weather is too cold, keep…
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Brushing tips for your labradoodle

To keep your labradoodle’s curly-coated cuteness properly groomed, his or her grooming regimen may include visits to a reputable groomer. But in between professional grooming sessions, a good weekly or bi-weekly brushing will help keep your pup’s coat in good condition. If your labradoodle’s hair is short, use a pin brush or a slicker brush…
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Labradoodles: The Best Breed For Young Families

You’ve heard it before. Your children’s pleas every time they see a dog: “Please, can we get one?! I’ll take care of it, I promise!” You’re torn. A new four-legged family member would help your kids learn responsibility and make your home that much happier. But naturally, you begin to think of some downsides: “Dogs…
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Signs your Labradoodle is sick

Labradoodles are an intelligent, affectionate and friendly dog breed. Although they are generally healthy animals, sometimes they can contract diseases. When your Labradoodle falls sick, you must act promptly, so if you notice the following signs, it’s time to visit a vet and contact your breeder: Change in behavior, i.e. irritability, agitation, withdrawal from others…
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Things you may or may not know about Labradoodles

Labradoodles are a cute fuzzy combination of a poodle and a Labrador. They are great family pets because they are happy dogs and easy to train. They are energetic and need lots of exercise. Here are some other things that you may not know about Labradoodles: They come in a variety of sizes. They can…
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Things you can do to extend your Labradoodle’s life

Everybody wants to keep his/her pet for as long as possible. That is why we need to be more cautious and concerned with their health. Labradoodles can live for around 15 years when in good health and shape. However, to improve their lifespan, you first need to take good care of their teeth. According to…
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