Australian Labradoodles come in three sizes:
Standard: 21" not to exceed 25" at the shoulder.
Medium: 17" not to exceed 21" at the shoulder.
Miniature: 14" not to exceed 17" at the shoulder.
Australian Labradoodles can be found in all colors of the Poodle from chalk to black and various shades in between.
F1 Labradoodle: First generation. Purebred Poodle bred to a purebred Labrador Retriever.
Results are mixed. Usually moderate to low shedding. Sparse hair or fleece coat.
F1B Labradoodle: First generation backcross. F1 (above) bred (backcrossed) to a purebred
Poodle. Results are mixed. Usually low shedding to non shedding*. Hair to fleece coat.
Australian Labradoodle: Carries the DNA of the Poodle, Labrador and English or
American Cocker Spaniel. Results are more similar but can be mixed depending on
the parents. Usually non shedding*. Fleece or wool coat.
Multigen (Multigenerational) Australian Labradoodle: Australian Labradoodle bred to an
Australian Labradoodle. The most consistent results since it is multiple generations of
breeding like to like. Usually non shedding*. Fleece or wool coat.
* as much as a dog can be non shedding.
Information courtesy of the ALAA.