Inbreeding rate

Rutland Manor — co-founder of the breed, in its pro­gram accepts 10% as maxi­mum rate of inbre­eding. That is in most cases, but the rate varies between 0.5% and 3%. For such high stan­dards they have wor­ked for over 20 years care­fully and for cer­tain reasons intro­du­cing infusions.

Using appro­priate pro­gram, we are able to cal­cu­late the inbre­eding coef­fi­cient for each spe­ci­fic couple.

Ken­nel Club (FCI) allo­wes inbre­eding rate which is too high — this is why we obse­rve so many gene­tic defects in many bre­eds nowadays.

ALFA AUROPE ORGANISATION who imple­ments the rules for bre­eders of Austra­lian Labra­do­odles stays strong to pro­tect the breed and makes sure the inbre­eding per­cen­tage is low. The pur­pose of it is to keep Austra­lian Labra­do­odles heal­thy and free from gene­tic defects.

Inbre­eding coef­fi­cients for lit­ters plan­ned in Wlo­chata Pasja:

Rutlands Cara­mel Pas­sion / Rutlands Black Onyx — 2.6%

Rutlands Gol­den Gla­mour / Rutlands Black Onyx — 2.0%

Rutlands Gol­den Gla­mour / Hyland Myst Knos­sos — 1.0%

Wlo­chata Pasja Fili­gree Sur­prise / Rutlands Black Onyx — 2.1%

Wlo­chata Pasja Char­ming Molly — she can not be breed to Onyxe, the­re­fore we are looking for the cer­ti­fied male for her who will be enrol­led in ALFA EUROPE. We will keep the inbre­eding rate low — to 3% max.


Elzbieta Gajew­ska
Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Bre­eder in Poland
First Pro­fes­sio­nal Austra­lian Labra­do­odle Ken­nel in Poland