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COLOUR

I would like to thank Tora Australian Labradoodles

for providing permission to use the image

of their handsome William on the cover of this book.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction

PART ONE: THE FUN STUFF

Choices

Personality Plus

Family Friendly

Companion Dogs

Allergy Friendly/Non Shedding

Easy to Train

Hunny and Winnie’s Top 5 Tips for Parentcare

PART TWO: THE FACTS

The Australian Labradoodle

BOOKS BY THE AUTHOR

INTRODUCTION

I have two Labradoodles; miniature chocolate Hunny and Winnie. They are fabulous, fantastic, and very, very funny. Winnie is an extrovert. She is active, inquisitive and talkative and, she is very intelligent. Sista Hunny is calm and collected, and takes life with one eye open and one closed. As far as I’m concerned, and many others would also agree, Australian Labradoodles have everything you might want in a dog. You could say, on the one hand, that they are almost all dogs in one, but conversely, that in itself makes them unique as they stand alone in their own right.

Let me explain when I say ..."Australian Labradoodles have everything"...

1. Personality plus: they are intelligent, active, loving, sociable, playful, quirky.

2. Family friendly.

3. Excellent companion dog.

4. Allergy friendly.

5. Non-shedding.

6. Easy to train, great service dogs.

7. A Breed Standard.

8. An Accredited Association.

9. Bloodlines.

10. 3 sizes; Miniature, Medium and Standard.

11. Two (desired) coat types: Fleece and Wool.

12. Many coat colours to choose from.

Of course you’ve noticed that I’m talking about Australian Labradoodles. I’ll explain about that in a moment, and that I’ve listed the fun stuff first and the factual stuff later. Hunny and Winnie will help me, as they’re the experts on themselves and since they are the fun in my life, that’s where I thought this book would start.

Now, when I talk about Labradoodles, I’m talking about Australian Labradoodles. There is a difference you see between Australian Labradoodles and Labradoodles and it’s not simply that some are born in Australia and others aren’t.

Let me