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12 Great Labradoodle Toys You Must Try – And What to Avoid!

Trying to find out which Labradoodle toys to buy when getting a new dog, can be quite overwhelming. These days there are millions of possibilities, and only more and more each day. Over the years I have tried at least a hundred different toys. Some good, some bad. So I decided to make a list of those my dogs and …

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Crate Training a Labradoodle Puppy – The Ultimate Guide

There are a lot of benefits of crate training a Labradoodle puppy, both to you and the dog. The best way to crate training a Labradoodle puppy is to start early and with some time and patience, any dog can learn to love the crate. This is how I managed to crate-train my puppy. Is Crate Training Cruel? The short …

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

You might see all these different names 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 let’s …

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AmazonBasics Crate – Best crate for a Labradoodle

I’ve always been a fan of crates for dogs for the amount of positive things they bring to the table. So not long after we got our new puppy, we also wanted to find the best crate for a labradoodle. I shopped around a bit and researched quite a lot before finally settling on the AmazonBasics Folding Crate. The AmazonBasics …

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Cost of Owning A Labradoodle – Everything You Must Know!

Whatever you think owning a dog will cost, you’re probably wrong! The average cost of owning a labradoodle is between $2250 and $3550 every year. But if you don’t mind doing a bit of work yourself, there’s quite a lot to save each year. A recent report from People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals showed that owning a dog is actually …

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Labradoodle Shedding – Do Labradoodles Shed? A Great Guide

Have you bought a Labradoodle because you’ve heard they are easy to have, and they are a non-shedding breed, and yet, there still seem to be excess amounts of hair from your dog everywhere? Do Labradoodles shed? Most Labradoodles shed, and the answer is simply because your Labradoodle is more Labrador retriever instead of Poodle. But fear not, there are …