Are all labradoodles hyper?

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First of all, some Labradoodles DO shed.

The other issue with variance in early-generation Labradoodles is temperament.

Labradoodles tend to be hyperactive, which is simply too much for a lot of families.

hyperactive dogs require almost constant attention and exercise.

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Labradoodles tend to be hyperactive, which is simply too much for a lot of families. Hyperactive dogs require almost constant attention and exercise… On the flip-side, Australian Labradoodles are much calmer.
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Labradoodles have a slightly higher energy level with a more reserved personality than Goldendoodles.

They also tend to be slightly stronger and more active than Goldendoodles.

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Labradoodles are generally not known to be aggressive as they are usually one of the most gentle breeds. But if not raised properly, there are several things that can make a Labradoodle aggressive including neglect or abuse. Inadequate socialization can also create an aggressive Labradoodle.
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Our belief is that breeding is not a right, but a responsibility to the breeding dogs and puppies.

OUR Labradoodles Temperament: Our Labradoodle and Australian Labradoodle puppies' parents are very smart, silly, laid back, quiet, calm, intelligent, and bright.

Labradoodles are good watchdogs but are void of aggression.

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Labradoodles are known for being a very affectionate, cheerful, sociable, and all-around friendly breed.

This mix of traits, along with their confidence without aggression, makes them a sought-after family and service dog.

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A beagle that can be registered with the American Kennel Club, but isn't quite up to the show dog perfection of Miss P, costs between $500 to $1,500.

Poodles and labs are most often about $1,000 to $2,000.

But a labradoodle, a cross between a poodle and a lab, somehow costs about $2,500 to $3,000.

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Health.

Labradoodles are generally healthy, but like all breeds, they're prone to certain Health conditions.

Not all Labradoodles will get any or all of these diseases, but it's important to be aware of them if you're considering this breed.

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