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Why Is My Labradoodle Not Eating – What Can I Do?

If you are used to your dog eating pretty much anything it can get close to, suddenly having it unable to eat anything can be quite scary, and there can be quite a few different reasons for why it won’t eat. Why is my Labradoodle not eating? When a Labradoodle won’t eat, it is referred to as anorexia. Because a …

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How Fast Can A Labradoodle Run? – 8 Genuine Tests!

I love throwing balls or discs with my Labradoodle, and watching him sprint made me curious to find out how fast a Labradoodle actually could run. A young and healthy Labradoodle can outrun most humans and is able to sprint at over 35 miles per hour for short periods of time. You don’t have to race your Labradoodle many times before finding …

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Labradoodle Exercise Needs – And A Common Mistake

Exercising a labradoodle is a must as it is usually a dog with good amounts of energy and a mind that needs to be challenged to be satisfied. But what is a Labradoodle exercise needs generally like? A normal healthy adult Labradoodle requires around 1 hour of exercise each day. If you have a less demanding labradoodle 45 minutes might …

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Labradoodle Training Tips – 11 Important Ground Rules

When training a Labradoodle there are several basic rules that should be followed, no matter what kind of training you choose. If you search online you will usually find a thousand different tips, tricks, and opinions regarding Labradoodle training and how to develop the best possible behavior in your Labradoodle. I’m sure most of those ideas and guides have probably …

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What Is a Labradoodle

Often when I tell somebody that I’m the proud owner of a Labradoodle, people look at me funny before asking what is a “labradoodle?” A labradoodle is a mix of a Labrador retriever, and then either a mini, medium or standard Poodle and the breed really became public knowledge in 1988. Let’s take a look at some of the different …

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Labradoodle Generations Explained – F1, F1B, F2 And So On

You might see all these different names were thrown around when speaking about Labradoodles, F1, F2, etc. but what does it really mean? F1 means the first generation, F1b is the second generation, and F2 is the third generation. From the third generation and so on, they are called Multi-gen Labradoodles. That’s a lot of different names to remember But …