Labradoodles
Additional Articles

Labradoodle Health Articles


Labradoodle-Behavior
The first step to solving any behavior problems with your Labradoodle is to make sure the issue isn't a health problem. For example, your dog starts having a fit when you try to brush the mats out behind their ears....

Dog Aggression
Dog aggression can manifest in behaviors such as growling, snapping, baring teeth, and biting. The underlying intent on the part of the dog expressing the aggressive behavior is to intimidate...

Labradoodle Poisoning
Vomiting, convulsions, pain, trembling, panting, drooling and coma are all symptoms of poisoning. These all however are symptoms of other maladies as well....

Labradoodle Airline Travel
Sometimes flying is the best way to travel and may involve taking your Labradoodle on board an airplane or shipping him ahead. Although thousands of pets are transported by air every year.....

Labradoodle Dental Care
Even when fed poor diets, Labradoodles are generally free from dental cavities. One study revealed that only 5.8 percent of teeth examined in dogs contained cavities.....

Labradoodle Trick
Here's a fun trick you can teach your dog that actually gets them to clean up your dirty laundry. I'm not kidding - it's called the "laundry pickup trick".....

Labradoodle Winter Prep
Ah! Winter! Love it or hate it, it?s a reality many of us face and it brings special issues for our dogs to which we need to pay attention......

Your Labradoodle Health Insurance Buyers Guide
Dog health insurance saves you money.As with just about all other costs, veterinary expenses have increased rapidly in recent years. Without dog medical insurance (or more accurately, veterinary in...

Discover which Parasites Love Your Labradoodle And Why
Your dog might not love them, but there are many common parasites that love your dog. With proper care and prevention, your dog will be generally free and safe from parasites and diseases but if yo...

Dooley The Labradoodles Story
Breeder Judy Hickey of Snug Harbor Labradoodles owns an F1 Labradoodle, Dooley and breeds Australian Multi-Generational Labradoodles. Judy Hickey: "I have a first cross and when I got him, I was ve...

How To Deal With Ear Parasites
It might be time to take a closer look at his ears, and consider the possibility that he has ear mites. If you have more than one dog in your home, or your dog frequently comes in contact with othe...

A Labradoodle Puppy for the Holidays
The holidays are coming and what better gift for Christmas or Chanukah than a puppy...right? There are lots of distractions for the humans and bobbles that shouldn't be eaten by puppies! Activities...

Dog Food Ingredients
Feed items include dry and fresh food. The fresh dog food prepared in homes generally consists of ingredients like freshly cut chicken pieces in addition to the cranberry juices, blue-green algae, ...

Parvovirus In Labradoodles
Parvovirus is a viral disease that affects dogs. As the virus attacks and kills these cells it causes massive diarrhea and halts or slows the creation of white blood cells. In young puppies it can ...

Porcupines And Your Labradoodle
They seem to enjoy teasing a dog into attacking them, and when our unlucky dog takes the bait they'll find his mouth and body full of porcupine quills. When a quill penetrates the skin of the victi...

Puppy training Schools
Warning: Puppy ownership is not for the faint of heart. A knack for seeing the brighter side of things also is useful in those times when the world's smartest 4-month-old dog suddenly draws a blank...

Teaching Your Labradoodle To Speak
A dog which is slow in barking can be encouraged to do so by your imitating a bark, as the chances are he will reply to it, and if you reward him he will learn to bark as soon as he hears the word ...

Vaccinating Your Labradoodle
The concerns that some dog owners have is whether the repeated dog vaccinations are really necessary and whether they are, in fact, doing more harm than good. Stimulating the immune system this way...

Xylitol - A Common Sugar Substitute is Toxic to Labradoodles
Xylitol is a sugar replacement used in numerous products such as chewing gum, mints, nicotine gum, chewable vitamins, and oral-care products. Xylitol has grown in popularity in the last few years, ...

A Few Good Labradoodle Exercise Tips
Fetch is a great way to get your dog aerobic exercise and here's a simple way to do it.. Get an old tennis racket to get some real distance on those tennis balls. Jogging is another way to get cani...

Good Health Practices
The first step to solving a behavior problem with your dog is to make sure that it's not a health problem. For example, a dog who starts throwing fits when you try to brush out the mats that form i...

Dealing With Heat Stroke In Your Labradoodle
This is most frequent in short-nosed dogs, especially bulldogs. Immediate action is important as collapse and heart failure may occur quite rapidly. Remove the dog to as cool a spot as possible.

Curbing Your Labradoodles Energy
Regardless of what your new furry family member turns out like, activity must be manageable. Labradoodles like to do things.

Why Does a Labradoodle Cock Thier Head
Dogs like attention and making their family happy. They sometimes strike this pose to accomplish those goals.

Eliminating Your Labradoodles Fear
Teaching the Labradoodle puppy starts with love and respect. Shouting, screaming or hurting the dog creates confusion.

Labradoodle Paws Touched
Does your Labradoodle freak out every time you go touch his feet or trim his nails? Then try changing up both his atmosphere and the surface beneath his feet.

Why Your Labradoodle Lays On Their Back
Does your Labradoodle freak out every time you go touch his feet or trim his nails? Then try changing up both his atmosphere and the surface beneath his feet.

Should Your Labradoodle Lick Your Face
Dogs show affection by licking it's their way of showing their love and appreciation for their owners. But face-licking should always be discouraged.