Labradoodle Puppies For Sale
Labradoodles are quickly becoming one of the most desired dogs if you want a smart, driven dog that also is a perfect family dog. Many people buy labradoodle puppies because a family member is allergic to dogs. These puppies are hypoallergenic. If you or a family member has dog allergies then Chris’ F1B labradoodles are just want you want. F1B means that it is a second generation labradoodle and they do not shed. You can find out more about them below. The parents of these puppies for sale come from some of the best bloodlines in Chicago/the Chicagoland area.
What Is A Second Generation Labradoodle?
So to create a Labradoodle you crossbreed a Standard Poodle with a Lab/Labrador Retriever. These puppies are F1, First Generation Labradoodles. First generation doodles often tend to have coats more of a lab then that of a standard poodle which results in shedding.
The puppies Chris has for sale are second generation Labradoodles. This is when you take a F1 otherwise known as a first generation Labradoodle and breed it back to a Standard Poodle, creating F1B or second generation labradoodles. I hope you are keeping up with this. Second generation F1B labradoodle puppies do not shed and have a very good coat, similar to that of a poodle.
What Is Included When You Buy A Puppy:
Your puppy will come to you with two sets of shots.
Puppies go home when they are eight weeks of age.
All puppies will be Microchipped
Puppies will have been wormed twice
Mother and father of the puppies for sale will have had their hips X-rayed and eyes Cerfed.
Every labradoodle puppy for sale will have their hips and eyes are guaranteed for 24 months.
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Specifications Of F1B Labradoodles:
Size: Most of my Labradoodle Puppies grow to be about 50-75 pounds. The male doodles tend to be a little bigger than the female doodles.
Life Expectancy: Labradoodles on average tend to live between 10-13 years
Grooming: Depending on the length you keep your Labradoodle puppies’ coat will depend on how often you need to get your dog groomed. In most cases, it is recommended to groom your doodle every 4-6 weeks to avoid getting matted. You want to do your best to avoid your labradoodle from getting matted because in many cases, if matted your dog may need to be shaved.