This is a video of Lucky, the Australian Labradoodle’s puppy days. There are pictures of him when he was a newborn, and there are lots more photos of him after he went home to his new family. They take him everywhere. Look at the comfortable pet stroller that Lucky is in. It’s nice to have one when puppies are going on long hikes with you. If they get tired, you don’t have to carry the pup.
Lucky’s family is certainly exposing him to a lot of different activities. He is being socialized very well. He interacts with other dogs, taken to different environments, exposed to different sounds, sights, and people. There is a difference between the American Labradoodle and Australian Labradoodle.
What are Australian Labradoodles like?
The American L. is a hybrid between Poodles and Labrador. The Australian Labradoodle is bred in Australia, and they are bred with the intent of creating a purebred, according to Dog Breed Info. They are bred to be family companion dogs and service dogs. They are friendly, extremely smart, social, loyal, very trainable—all wonderful qualities needed to be a service dog. And on top of that, the Australian Labradoodle is a joyful dog.
Some have found that the hair of the Australian Labradoodle is fine with people who have asthma or allergies. They are quick in learning, including special or unusual tasks, which again, makes them great service dogs. They are also very good with children. They do need a lot of exercise. A long walk everyday is excellent. It is ideal if there is a yard for them. But if you live in a condo or apartment, as long as you provide the daily exercise they need, it might work out. You can learn more about Australian Labradoodle here. Enjoy watching the puppy days of Lucky the Australian Labradoodle.
Article source: Dog Breed Info