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    Labradoodle Puppies Buying Guide

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    If it is your first time owning a dog or the first time you have bought a puppy from a breeder then it can be confusing what to look for. This article will give you some advice on finding the right Labradoodle puppies for sale. 


    When you are looking for Labradoodle puppies for sale you should keep in mind that not all Labradoodle breeders are the same. It is important when you look for Labradoodle puppies that you get one from an ethical breeder so you can be sure he is of good pedigree and has been born and raised in a nice environment. 

     

     

     

    What to Look for when Buying Labradoodle Puppies


    Living Conditions – It is important that the place where the Labradoodle puppies are bred is clean, roomy and comfortable. You should also ensure that all of the dogs and Labradoodle puppies are regularly checked by a vet and all their inoculations should be up to date. When you are buying Labradoodle puppies for sale you have every right to ask to see all of the relevant documents. 


    Genetic Testing – If the Labradoodle breeder is ethical then you will find that they care about the future of their breeding program. And ethical breeder of Labradoodle puppies will want to ensure that their dos are of sound health and are not predisposed to genetic diseases. For example you might find Labradoodles are prone to hip dysplasia because Poodles and Labradors are both prone to this disease. There are tests you can do for hip dysplasia and you should find out if there are any other diseases that Labradoodles are prone to developing. 


    Integrity – If a Labradoodle breeder has nothing to hide then they will be open and honest with you and tell you what they think. Any breeder of Labradoodles for sale should be happy to answer any questions you might have about the dogs. You should also expect them to ask you a few questions because they will want their Labradoodle puppies to go to good homes. These questions might include, what is your experience with dogs? Do you have children? Why are you interested in the Labradoodle breed? And do you have any intentions for the dog; will he be a show dog or family pet? The Labradoodle breeder will also encourage you to learn as much about Labradoodles as possible, if they are reputable, and not just go on the information they provide you. 

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