Mini Labradoodle

November 17, 2021

These adorable dogs come from breeding Labradors with Toy or Miniature Poodles. Mini Labradoodles are part of the “designer dog” sector of the home pet market for dogs. Labradors and Poodles are medium-sized dogs. The result is a standard-sized Labradoodle.

Big Loves in a Small Package

Fortunately, for those who love Labradoodles and always wanted a smaller version? Here’s your chance! Standard Labradoodles are affectionate, friendly, and intelligent. Mini Labradoodles have the same traits as their larger cousins.

The Ideal Young Family Dog

Mini Labradoodles are small but still think they are big. The result is a fun, energetic dog tailored for young families. This is probably why the Mini Labradoodle’s popularity has recently exploded. Labradoodles are cute, but the Mini Labradoodle takes that cute to another level.

Mini Labradoodle Facts

  • Labradoodles were first bred in Australia in the seventies as a therapy service dog that was hypoallergenic. It was assumed that because Poodles don’t shed much, they would be a good match for Labradors, a service-orientated dog breed.
  • While the expected size depends on the parents, 14 to 24 inches tall is a good range. A Mini Labradoodle’s weight of between 10 to 30 pounds makes them ideal for small home environments.
  • These dogs won’t easily get tired from playing with kids. Indeed, you’ll likely see your kid taking a nap with their Mini Labradoodle laying close by, panting with satisfaction and waiting to play again.

The Mini Labradoodle, play with one today!

11 Comments

  1. Elizabeth Kirchner

    Looking for a dog this size. How cute.

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  2. Angela Wieser

    Never answered the question, do they shed????
    Probably
    Is the combination of coat texture a maintenance nightmare for pet owners and groomers?
    Probably
    Don’t mislead people, it is far easier and more likely to meet expectations for a lifetime pet if the predisposition of the specific breed is clear, not a muddled mess of “what if’s”. Buy a purebred Poodle or a Labrador, research the breeds for the right fit, qualify the breeder, ask for history of testing for genetic weaknesses and disease, meet the parents (if possible), ask for references, DO NOT buy over the internet…
    Help educate, not mislead the public into paying thousands of dollars for a mix-breed.

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  3. Kathy Schneck

    Where can I buy a mini Labradoodle ? Please contact me if information
    Skathy818 @yahoo.com

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  4. Aida Howell

    Does this beautiful doggie needs a family? This Mom would love to welcome home today!!!
    Please let me know,
    Aida Howell

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  5. Michael

    What is the cost for one male????

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  6. Angelika

    Love the mini doodles

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  7. Wm herzfeld

    These are genetic frankindogs. No true standards. Or genetic testing for possible health defects. They should not be breed because they most likely will not breed true. If you want a specific breed, buy from a quality breed where you can see the dog mom and other pups. Do not buy from a pet store. Do your research. Otherwise go shelter or rescue to give a dog who needs a break in life a good home.

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  8. William Steinhorst

    We have a golden doodle
    The BEST dog ever

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  9. YVETTE SCHMITT

    Looking for a Jack Russell puppy
    Anyone have information on breeders in NY
    bfnani413@aol.com

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  10. JULIE HARRIS

    PLEASE MEET YOUR DOG BEFORE PURCHASING – DOGS PICK YOU !
    MAKE SURE THERE IS A CONNECTION !
    TOO MANY GETTING DUMPED AT SHELTERS

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  11. Sharon

    We have a mini Labradoodle and no she doesn’t shed. She is a gentle soul that loves her peeps and her peeps love her.

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