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How To Get Labradoodles To Calm Down

A high-powered Labradoodle is able to do quite a lot of damage to your home no matter how small or large your living room might be. Handling their energy and famous enthusiasm for life can prove quite a challenge. Getting a Labradoodle to calm down takes patience. They will typically calm down on their own. It can take up to …

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Should I Shave My Labradoodle?

When the summer starts getting closer, some people might start to wonder if Labradoodles should be shaved, typically thinking that their Labradoodles’ long hair looks extremely hot in the heat of the summer. But does shaving a Labradoodle mitigate the heat or not.  Logic might tell you that shaving the hair will cool the dog off. In this case, logic …

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Are Labradoodles Aggressive? Everything You Should Know!

Labradoodles are one of the most tolerant breeds of dogs. Friendly and adaptable, they tend to stay happy with other pets and family members. Labradoodles are generally not known to be aggressive as they are usually one of the most gentle breeds. But if not raised properly, there are several things that can make a Labradoodle aggressive including neglect or …

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Can Labradoodles Get Sunburned?

If you own a Labradoodle, you probably know how much they love to be outside. And your dog probably also loves to be around the water as much as any fish. Well, when you are going outside on a hot summer day, one of the precautions you take is to use plenty of sunscreens. You have most likely been sunburned …

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Can Labradoodles Run Long Distances

If you’re looking for a bit more motivation to get out and get running, think about getting a new running companion. Labradoodles and Goldendoodles are great buddies for running. While they are capable of hitting speeds of nearly 40 mph in short bursts, you might wonder, “Can Labradoodles run long distances?” Actually, Labradoodles and Goldendoodles can run very long distances. …

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How Often Should Labradoodles Be Groomed?

Labradoodle shedding is known to get out of control twice a year. The truth is, though, that they will shed all year long. But it is possible to limit how much dog hair ends up flying around your home if you groom your Labradoodle often enough. How often should Labradoodles be groomed? You should brush your Labradoodle at least once a …