Yes for organizations associating Austrailan Labradoodle breeders! But not for all

It is true that the bre­eder sho­uld be a mem­ber of an orga­ni­za­tion asso­cia­ting labra­do­odle bre­eders. This way we are sure that strict code of ethics (as man­da­tory health testing) are impo­sed by this orga­ni­za­tion. Howe­ver! Before you decide on a puppy you have to check not only the code of ethics but also other rules (espe­cially the mat­ter of what matings are allo­wed by the orga­ni­za­tion). The foun­der of the main orga­ni­za­tions was Bever­ley Man­ners – those orga­ni­za­tions pro­udly use their name, howe­ver who really knows that Bever­ley her­self deci­ded to leave the orga­ni­za­tions, when the board deci­ded to fol­low their own rules – rules that had nothing in com­mon with founder’s vision?

Some orga­ni­za­tions, unfor­tu­na­tely still allow intro­du­cing Spaniel’s blood to the Labra­do­odle. The question is – do you want to be an owner of the true mul­ti­ge­ne­ra­tion Austra­lian Labra­do­odle or do you want to be a part of an expe­ri­ment with mixing other breed blood?

Ano­ther thing is allo­wing F1 first gene­ra­tion labra­do­odles, which I also con­si­der as unac­cep­ta­ble. It is very hard to pre­dict what will come out of the F1. Will it be allergy frien­dly, will it shed? How will it look like – it is only a roulette.

I say – if joining the orga­ni­za­tion – only the one which allows mating within the breed such as ALFA EUROPE.
You as a future owner sho­uld also pay spe­cial atten­tion to it.