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Is a Labradoodle a Good Running Dog?

So you own a Labradoodle, love to exercise, and want to take it for a run with you, and seeing as dogs are energetic creatures, of course, that shouldn’t be a problem, right? Is a Labradoodle a good running dog? Yes, if you have a healthy and fit Labradoodle, it will make an excellent running partner, as they love exercising …

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Labradoodle Clicker Training – The Ultimate Guide

For many years, training dolphins, whales, sea lions, and parrots have involved the Click and Reward method of learning. In this Labradoodle Clicker Training guide, I will show you how you and your Labradoodle will get the best possible start with clicker training. But first, let’s take a quick look at what clicker training actually is, the history of it, …

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How To Train A Labradoodle To Sit – In 5 Easy Steps

The goal of this guide is to explain how to train a Labradoodle to sit while you are able to walk away without the dog following you. Labradoodles are very smart dogs, and training them to sit is a very basic exercise they can learn in just a handful of steps. Training a Labradoodle to sit is an extremely practical …

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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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Training a Labradoodle Not To Jump On People

We’ve all experienced coming home to a happy dog, and it’s immediatedly jumping up and down. But luckily training a Labradoodle not to jump is fairly easy. The reason why a labradoodle jumps up onto humans is that they want to say hello and get your attention, and seeing as you are taller than it, it has to jump to …

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Labradoodle Biting Problem – How To Fix It

There can be many different causes if you have a Labradoodle biting problem. It can be anything from a lack of education and socialization. To hidden physical pain and behavior problems. Preventing your Labradoodle from biting starts in the home. The keywords are upbringing and spaying/neutering because all Labradoodles need the correct upbringing, and most would benefit from spaying/neutering. In …