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 there is nothing you can do to prevent the shedding, you can manage it by keeping your Labradoodle clipped relatively short and brushing and vacuuming them weekly.
However, if you’d like a non-shedding breed, you can adopt the Australian Labradoodle from Agape Labradoodles. Contact us today to begin your Labradoodle adoption process.