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Labradoodles are notorious for having their color change or fade as they grow into adult dogs. The Poodle genetics present in Labradoodles typically result in fading of the rich coat colors seen in labradoodle puppies. Fading can cause the adult coat to be several shades lighter or even a different color.
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Sometime from six weeks of age to two years, labradoodles can change color.

That milk chocolate puppy starts getting a few stray grey hairs.

The golden puppy that came home a year before has a creamy coat and apricot ears.

It is not uncommon for Labradoodle's coats to change with age, getting lighter or darker.


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