The Australian Labradoodle puppies were originally bred for the sole purpose of filling the need for a hypoallergenic service dog. In addition to being remarkably intelligent and very friendly, the Australian Labradoodle was bred to have a low or no-shed coat, limiting the amount of dander.
Australian Labradoodle Breeders belonging to ALCA/ALAA must meet the stringent requirements of the Clubs for health and genetic testing as well as pedigrees of their puppy to ensure that their Australian Labradoodle puppies for sale are authentic multigenerational Australian Labradoodles.
Labradoodle and Australian Labradoodles
According to ALCA, not every Labradoodle is the same and NOT all are eligible to be Registered with the ALCA (please visit https://australianlabradoodleclub.us/breeder-requirements/). The following are not eligible for registration with ALCA:
First or Second Generation, also known as F1, F2, or F2B
A Labradoodle with a new infusion of ANY breed
Wheaton Infusions, or "Cobberdogs"