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The Chocolate Labradoodle

No, we didn't mean to say "chocolate Labrador" we meant one of the most special dogs you could find – the chocolate Labradoodle.

You'll fall in love with the chocolate color and cheerful personality!

A Labradoodle is a cross-bred dog with Labrador Retrievers and Poodles in its family history. It can get complicated, but the simple way to think of these dogs as a cross between a Labrador and a Poodle.

Once you learn about these wonderful dogs, you'll realize that they just might be perfect for a family.

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Combining all the best attributes of their parent breeds, they get their gentle, easygoing nature from the Labrador side of the family, while the Poodle side contributes amazing intelligence, loyalty, athleticism and an entertaining personality.

They're great with kids and easy to train. Their "hybrid vigor" makes them tend to be healthier than purebreds. And can you imagine anything cuter than a Labradoodle puppy?

Some Labradoodles have a soft, wavy coat; the coat of others is straighter and wiry. Still others have a curly coat reminiscent of a Poodle's.

Many don't shed or shed very little, sharing some of the Poodle's hypoallergenic characteristics.

That means a Labradoodle might be ideal if you or one of your family members suffer from allergies or asthma.

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When it comes down to it, a chocolate Labradoodle is the only dog that might be better for a family than an ordinary-color Labradoodle. There are four main shades of this beautiful, unique coat color.

The "classic" chocolate Labradoodle has the deep brown color of a piece of rich dark chocolate. This shade is usually referred to simply as "chocolate."

Another common chocolate Labradoodle color resembles a piece of luscious milk chocolate and is called "café."

The other two color shades are called "lavender" (a smoky lavender-chocolate color; some dogs look almost pink or lilac) and "parchment" - a light chocolate color that might remind you of the color of coffee with a big dollop of cream added into the cup.

It's important to realize that a chocolate Labradoodle has exactly the same type of temperament as a Labradoodle of any other color: sunny, happy and gentle.

In other words, the chocolate color does not affect the dog's personality. It simply gives the dog a distinctive, appealing, endearing appearance.

These dogs come in almost every color. But why not consider a chocolate Labradoodle? There's a lot to love about these dogs, and they return your love readily.

The Labradoodles cheerful personality and warm heart suits their warm coat color perfectly.

It's a combination that no other type of dog can match.


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