Mini Labradoodle Puppies for Sale
Do you have puppy fever and worry your allergies mean you can’t bring home a new companion? We have the perfect four-legged friend for you — a hypoallergenic Mini Labradoodle puppy from Keystone Puppies! A cross between a Labrador and a Poodle, our Mini Labradoodles for sale combine the best of elements of both their forebearers — loving, loyal and playful like a Labrador, but smart, protective and energetic like a Poodle, this dog is the perfect companion for new pet owners!
First gaining popularity in the 1980s, Mini Labradoodle puppies were initially bred by the Guide Dog Association of Australia as a non-shedding dog that could function as a service animal. The Mini Labradoodle quickly became a favorite of designer breed lovers for its warm temperament, love of play and ability to get along with people of all ages — including adults, small children and the elderly.
When you choose one of our Mini Labradoodle puppies for sale, you’ll be bringing home a cute, rambunctious best friend who will want to be by your side at all times! As a high-energy breed, be prepared to give your Mini Labradoodle puppy the exercise it needs to stay happy and healthy —between 30 and 60 minutes. While standard Labradoodles can be a bit clumsy with smaller children, our Mini Labradoodle puppies for sale will reach an average of just 15 to 25 lbs.— making them the perfect fit for apartment dwellers and families with children of all ages!
- Country of Origin: N/A
- Weight: 25 - 50 lbs
- Height: 15 - 20 inches
- Color: This pup comes in a lot of colors and variations. They may be apricot, black, blue, brown, cream, white, gray, red, silver, or silver beige. They may be solid or bi-colored.
Mini Labradoodle Puppies Temperament
The Mini Labradoodle’s temperament has been compared to that of a small child — when you adopt one of our Mini Labradoodle puppies for sale, you’ll be bringing home a curious pup who loves to explore, play and will do anything to make you happy! With high energy, this breed is not for the faint of heart. While your Mini Labradoodle will be perfectly content to snuggle up on the couch with you, he needs rigorous exercise to ensure optimal health.
Thanks to their Poodle ancestry, our Mini Labradoodles are whip smart — making them a breeze to train with positive reinforcement — but this is tempered by the easygoing nature of the standard Labrador. Sociable and friendly, our Mini Labradoodles for sale get along well with other dogs — but their high energy may make them a bit too exuberant when it comes to play! Still, the Mini Labradoodle’s sweet disposition makes them one of the most popular dog breeds in the U.S. today.
Mini Labradoodle Puppies Health Considerations
Every breed of dog comes with its own unique health considerations. Though generally healthy and long lived — with an average lifespan of 12 to 14 years — our Mini Labradoodle puppies for sale are no exception. Before considering adopting any of the puppies available at Keystone Puppies, it’s important to have a clear understanding of potential health issues that could impact your dog later in life. This will help you quickly identify symptoms and seek immediate treatment should an issue arise. Some health considerations for our Mini Labradoodles for sale include the following:
- Hip & Elbow Dysplasia
- Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
- Von Willebrand’s Disease
While it’s impossible to fully predict when a health issue may arise, adopting your Mini Labradoodle for sale from an experienced & ethical breeder can greatly reduce the risk that your pup will suffer from common congenital issues and defects. At Keystone Puppies, we’re committed to doing our part to end puppy mills for good — that’s why we work exclusively with breeders who are dedicated to breeding healthy, happy puppies and raising them in a loving home before adoption. To learn more about what we do to ensure your pup’s health, read about the Keystone Puppies Health Guarantee!
Mini Labradoodle Puppies Coat & Coat Care
A Mini Labradoodle’s coat can be curly, and non-shedding, similar to the Poodle. They can also be short, dense, and sometimes harsh in texture, more similar to the Labrador.
Like all doodles, Mini Labradoodles come with a range of coat varieties. Some take more after their Labrador parent—with straighter coats—and others have the tight ringlets of their Poodle parent. Most will fall somewhere in between, and nearly all Mini Labradoodle puppies have coats with minimal shedding.
Initially, you will need to brush your Mini Labradoodle puppy around four times a week until his coat is established — at around eight to 12 months, you can reduce this to three times a week. You can take your Mini Labradoodle pup to the groomer for a trim between two and four times a year — with many owners opting for seasonal cuts — but should wait until your pup sheds his baby fur before taking him for his first cut!
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