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Are Labradoodles Hypoallergenic? Do They Shed?

Australian Labradoodles are a popular breed among dog lovers who are looking for a non-shedding and hypoallergenic pet. This unique breed has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its friendly and loving nature, as well as its low-shedding and hypoallergenic properties.

Are Australian Labradoodles Non-Shedding?

Non Shedding Australian Labradoodle PuppiesMost Australian Labradoodles are non-shedding; this is not the case for American Labradoodles. While Australian labradoodles are considered non-shedding, it's important to note that they are not completely hairless.

Like all dogs, they do shed some hair, but it is minimal compared to other breeds. Regular grooming, such as brushing and trimming, can help to control shedding and maintain a healthy coat.

Most Australian Labradoodles shed less than humans. Coats continue to grow in length and requires combing and occasional grooming.  A multi-generational Australian Labradoodle will have a thicker coat than a first generation American Labradoodle and can have a curly, fleece or wavy coat type.

Australian Labradoodles, Allergies, and Allergen Sensitivity

Australian Labradoodles are a popular breed of dog known for their hypoallergenic coats and low shedding. This makes them an attractive option for people with allergies or allergen sensitivity.

However, it's important to note that no dog is completely allergy-free and Labradoodles are no exception. While their coats may be less likely to trigger allergies, they still produce dander, which is a common allergen for many people. The Labradoodle Corral has a tremendous track record of breeding healthy dogs that are as close to being completely hypoallergenic as possible while still maintaining ethical breeding practices.

It's also important to consider the individual sensitivity of each person. Some people may have no reaction to a Labradoodle, while others may have a severe allergic response. It's best to consult with a doctor and conduct a patch test before making the decision to bring a Labradoodle into the home.

There are steps that can be taken to minimize allergic reactions to Labradoodles. Regular grooming can help to reduce dander and shedding, and using air purifiers and HEPA filters can help to remove allergens from the air.

Multi-generation Labradoodles are recommended for families with moderate to severe allergies.  Please let us know your allergy needs and we will help you find the puppy best for you from our full selection of available Labradoodles for sale.

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