In 1988, an Australian dog breeder named Wally Conron imagined a new guide dog that could be used by people with fur and dander allergies. He combined the tame demeanor and trainability of the Labrador Retriever with the poodle, which is known to shed very little. The result was a guide dog named Sultan and the birth of a crossbreed known as the Labradoodle.
Over time, breeders across the globe recognized the appeal of the Labradoodle, adding new lines to optimize their positive attributes. Officially, the current Australian Labradoodle consists of Spaniel lines in addition to the Poodle and Labrador Retriever lines. Along with private breeders, various clubs and associations have been formed with the goal of standardizing and perfecting the increasingly popular dog.
Australian Labradoodles continue to be used as non-shedding, hypoallergenic guide dogs all over the world. Responsible people looking for Australian Labradoodle Puppies for Sale in Vancouver need look no further. Copper Canyon can put you on a waiting list for an upcoming, carefully bred litter.
Because Australian Labradoodle’s were bred specifically to be guide dogs, their appeal has naturally spread to the common pet-owning individual or family. They are incredibly gentle, friendly and trainable, developing close social relationships with their human families. They require regular exercise and grooming.
Throughout history, dogs have been bred for purposes of hunting and protecting, with the added benefit of being loyal and loving companions to their human counterparts. The Australian Labradoodle, however, is bred specifically for human cooperation. At Copper Canyon, we’re proud of this distinction. If you’re interested in buying an Australian Labradoodle puppy, contact us today.