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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