Practical research with asthma and pet allergy sufferers show that it is highly possible that the fleece and wool textures coat of the Labradoodle is less likely to cause allergic reactions.
Because of their unique non-fur coats, Australian Labradoodles have no body odor, they do not require constant bathing and brushing, which is great for all types of owners. Australian Labradoodles are proving to be ideal for asthma and allergy sufferers, as wool and mostly fleece coat Australian Labradoodles do not shed.
Australia Labradoodles inherit the most desirable characteristics of its forebears, making them a long living happy-go-lucky dog with the added vitality of hybrid vigor and genetic soundness of mind and body.
With careful breeding the Australian Labradoodle, will have good conformation, be smart with a great temperament and healthy, and the Labradoodle will become recognized as a new-age designer breed.
Keep in mind that all A.K.C. registered pure breed and show dogs started with the cross breeding of dogs. From the wild to the domesticated dogs; fluffy to smooth coat; breeding small to medium, like the Bullmasstiff or the Boston Bull Terrier etc.
With the careful breeding the Australian Labradoodle has endeavored to achieve, we as guardians of this relatively new breed must ensure the Labradoodle continues to be bred for temperament, health, and type in mind at all times.
We are working with many breeders towards developing a breed standard for the future recognition of the Australian Labradoodle as a AKC. The Australian Labradoodle Club of America and the Labradoodle Association of Australia and the International Labradoodle Association of Australia (ILA) have been formed to provide a place to register and record the Australian Labradoodle to strive to maintain the soundness and integrity of the breed.