Australian Labradoodles color and size

Gold/Apricot

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Gold has also been referred to, as “apricot” should be the color of the inside of a ripe apricot to varying shades of rich Gold in color. A true Gold should not have a lighter root than the outer coat and preferable have an even coloration over the entire body. This color may fade as the dog grows older. Nose pigment to be black in color. color and size austrailian labradoodle

Carmel

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Caramel ranges from a rich gold through to a deep red the preferred color is very much the same color as its namesake 'caramel' with even coloration over the entire body. Nose pigment to be rose in color. color and size austrailian labradoodle

Red

Red should be a solid even rich red in color. A true red should not be lighter at the root than the

Red should be a solid even rich red in color. A true red should not be lighter at the root than the outer coat. Reds can fade as the dog grows older. Nose pigment to be black. This is a rare color group. color and size austrailian labradoodle

Chalk

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Chalk should be a white color but when compared to white is rather a chalky-white in color. Nose pigment to be black or rose. Chalk dogs with brown/rose noses are sometimes referred to as Caramel Ice. color and size austrailian labradoodle

Cream

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Cream should be a creamy coloring sometimes with apricot/gold tinting, all shades of cream are acceptable. Nose pigment to be black or rose. Cream dogs with brown/rose noses are sometimes referred to as Caramel Cream. color and size austrailian labradoodle

Chocolate

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Chocolate should be a dark and rich in color. True chocolates are born almost black in color and maintain the rich dark color throughout their lifetime. Color should be even. Nose pigment to be considered dark rose (brownish in color) matching the coat color. color and size austrailian labradoodle

Colors

Black

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Black should be a solid with no sprinkling of any other color through the coat. Nose pigment to be black. austrailian labradoodle color and size

Parti

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Partis are at least fifty percent white, with spots or patches of any other above solid color. The head can be of a solid color or have a white muzzle, blaze, or white muzzle/blaze combination.  Nose pigment to match the solid color. austrailian labradoodle color and size

Phantom

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Phantoms have a solid base color with sharply defined markings of a second color appearing above each eye, on the sides of the muzzle, on the throat and forechest, or in a chin and forechest bowtie pattern as well as on all four legs and feet, and below the tail. Nose pigment will match the solid base color. Less than fifty percent white, with the remaining percent any other solid color. austrailian labradoodle color and size

Tri-Colored

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Tri-colored will have dark brown eyes, black noses, eye rims and lips and the coat will consist of three colors. color and size austrailian labradoodle

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Sizes

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We offer Miniature and Medium Range Labradoodles

  • Miniature range: Between 14 and 16 inches (35 to 42 centimeters) in height at wither, but not more than 17 inches and weight will be 18-28 pounds.                                                           
  • Medium range: Between 17 and 20 inches (43 to 52 centimeters) in height at wither, but not more than 21 and weight will be between 25-40 pounds. color and size austrailian labradoodle