Caralee Australian Labradoodles are proud to be a member of the Australian Labradoodle Association (ALA) . As a member of this association I am bound by their Code of Ethics, Rules and Regulations and the Breed Standard set out by the association. The Australian Labradoodle Association (ALA) website provides a lot of information about the Australian Labradoodle and I highly recommend that you visit this site as part of your research into this highly intelligent loving breed.
The history of the breed dates back the 1980’s where there were some litters of Poodles x Labradors bred for the Guide dog association to try to develop a breed that did not cause sensitivity to people with allergies.
The development of the labradoodle continued with infusions of other breeds and what evolved was the Labradoodle as we see it today being governed by the Australian Labradoodle Association (ALA) . This association brings together breeders from around the world to unite their breeding programs, to breed for the same goals: “An all-round great dog that is non-shedding and allergy friendly.”
Why this breed
- non-shedding coats
- wonderful gentle disposition
- highly intelligent
- versatile – great sports dogs as well as assistance/therapy dogs
- love life, people, water and being challenged
- Most of all they love to give and receive affection