Do Labradoodles Shed?

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Some types of labradoodles do shed and some do not. This result typically depends on the parents, mainly genetics. One of the known non-shedding kinds of labradoodles is the Australian Labradoodle. It takes about three generations to constantly produce non-shedding breed and even then a breeder can rarely produce a little shedding dog because of recessive genetics.
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Some shed and some don't because Labradoodles are mutts that don't breed true, not even 2nd or 10th generation, unless they are SELECTIVELY bred for non shedding, then you would just
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Because ALL DOGS SHED. The ONLY dog on earth that doesn't is a hairless dog. Poodles are considered to be a "hypoallergenic" breed not because they don't shed, but because
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Puppies will shed their puppy coats at different times. Some start shedding as young as 4 months and others as late as 10 plus months. The Labradoodle coat is not fully developed
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All dogs shed purebred and mutts they all shed. Yes she could be starting to blow her puppy coat. Source(s) Working with dogs 24 years.
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Some types of labradoodles do shed and some do not. This result typically depends on the parents, mainly genetics. One of the known non-shedding kinds of labradoodles ...
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