Labradoodles have unique hair texture that requires a little extra effort than the occasional brush or bath.
Labradoodles hardly shed, but they still get matted hair. This quickly builds up and can be difficult to remove as they get bigger.
To reduce the mats on your labradoodle, brush them regularly (every couple days) with a fine tooth comb and a bristle brush. These tease the mats apart gently, so there’s never any ripping of the hair.
There are many detangling sprays for mats available in the pet care market. Soak any tough mats with this spray and use a comb to slowly and safely remove the mat.