Basic Generational Understanding Of Labradoodle
F1 (First Generation): 50% Poodle, 50% Labrador
This type of Labradoodle does not have a consistent coat. They are most likely to shed and are usually standard in size.
F1B (First Generation Labradoodle bred to a Poodle): Because this dog results in a dog that is 75% Poodle the dog may look more like a Poodle. The coat type of this type of dog varies. This type of Labradoodle may shed and have size restrictions.
F2 (F1 Breed with F1): Pups in the same litter may have inconsistent characteristics. Some may appear to look more like a poodle while others look more like the Labrador. The dog's coats could look like more a Labrador or a Poodle, coats can be inconsistent.
Multi-Generational Labradoodles are an F3 generation or greater. F3 (F2 Labradoodle and F1 Labradoodle cross. F3 or above is considered Multi-generational.
It is ONLY after we have developed this multigenerational breeding, that we are able to produce our amazing Multi-Generational Labradoodle. Always bearing in mind that even at this point appropriate Health and Genetic Testing and Compatible Test Results, between Both Breeding Parents must be completed in order to ensure the consistency in Health, Temperament, and Non-shedding Hypo-Allergenic Coat we love in our Multigenerational Australian Labradoodle's.
To qualify as a purebred Multi-Generational Australian Labradoodle the offspring of five or more consecutive breedings of a Multi-generational Labradoodle to a Multi-generational Labradoodle.
At Chilliwack Labradoodles we have chosen to breed only Multi-Generational Labradoodles because this breed offers the consistency in coat and appearance, is least likely to shed and most dependable sizing.