Labradoodles are bred to meet a certain requirement. The objective in breeding Labradoodles is to mix the greatest qualities of the Labrador retriever with those of the Poodle to create an all-around and better dog.
The concept is to develop highly smart, non-aggressive, non-shedding pooches with smaller hereditary health problems and a longer lifespan than either of their parent dogs.
Poodle and Lab retriever complement each other incredibly well. Of course, nobody could assure that each puppy would have every quality you are attempting to get in them. However, both purebreds also don’t have. Heredities just does not work that way. Still, the odds are greatly improved when choosing carefully studs and dams that are tough in the areas you are concentrating on. The parents should be purebreds that meet the standards of the breed. Also, the parents should have the greatest strengths and temperaments in certain areas that we are looking to create.
A Labrador retriever is a very well-known pet breed because they are friendly, easy going, intelligent, affectionate, and loyal. They are most exceptional with kids and they love to play.
On the other hand, a Poodle is laid back, gentle, form strong bonds with the whole family, even smarter, and non-shedding.
A Labrador could be roamers, rough, pushy, hyper, and shed a lot of furs. On the other hand, a Poodle could be unfriendly and has high maintenance fur that needs a lot of grooming. Also, because the Poodle’s hair grows like an individual does, it has to be trimmed or else it would turn into a tangled mess.
Breeders aim for a non-shedding to low shedding fur that is much lower maintenance by combining the Labrador retriever and the Poodle. So, if you want a pet that requires less maintenance, a Labradoodle might be for you.