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Mini Labradoodle Breed Information

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Cream Mini Labradoodle

A mix between a Labrador Retriever and a Miniature Poodle, the Mini Labradoodle enchants with its small Labradoodle size and upbeat personality. Mini Labradoodle puppies thrive in a balanced lifestyle where adventures, cuddles, and friends are plenty. These doodle puppies have the best qualities of their parents in a smaller, cuter, and more compact package. They are great at tracking, assisting, and guiding, and they fit wonderfully in a small city apartment. 

BREED TYPE / MIX Doodle Hybrid / Poodle crossed with a Labador Retriever ENERGY Moderate SHEDDING Minimum TRAINING Responsive TEMPERAMENT Loyal, Obedient, Playful, Charming ADULT WEIGHT 16-25 lbs ADULT HEIGHT 14-17 in LIFE SPAN 12-15 yrs


  • The Mini Labradoodle grooming requirements are low maintenance 
  • Intelligent, affectionate, and gentle, the Mini Labradoodle puppies inherited some of the best qualities from both of their parents 
  • The Mini Labradoodle breed is adaptable to most situations and environments; they make great family pets, companions for single people, and guide dogs for the disabled. Their adorable appearance is an added bonus 
  • The Labradoodle Mini is known for its high energy levels, so you should expect them to be active dogs. But don’t worry if you have a busy lifestyle, they will happily just lie in front of the TV with you or go out on a long walk when you have time 
  • They are known for their eagerness to please, their love of people, and their intelligence; this is why they are such popular service dogs and family companions 
  • The Mini Labradoodle adult is often trained for guide and therapy work due to their sweet, gentle nature 
  • The most popular Mini Labradoodle colors are chocolate, black, black and cream 
  • They usually weigh between 16 and 25 pounds and with an average height of 14-17 inches tall 
  • With a low shedding coat, the Mini Labradoodles are a hypoallergenic breed, making them the perfect active and allergy-free pet companion 
brown Mini Labdradoodle puppy


With an athletic, compact body and a charming, cheerful demeanor, the Mini Labradoodle is graceful in movement, which makes it a joy to watch as it trots along by your side. The Mini Labradoodle puppy has expressive eyes and floppy ears that add to its endearing appearance. Its low-shedding coat comes in a variety of colors, including white, black, brown, chocolate, cream, golden, silver, gray, red, apricot, or tan. Though it is gorgeous either way, the Mini Labradoodle's coat can vary quite a bit in texture and length depending on which side of the family the Mini Labradoodle takes after—the Labrador or the Poodle. 

The Miniature Labradoodle is medium to small in stature (the Mini Labradoodle stature depends on the generation category it belongs to the F1 Mini Labradoodle is medium to small in stature, the F1B Mini Labradoodle is small in stature and the F2 Mini Labradoodle is the smallest of the three) with an average weight between 16 to 25 pounds and an average height between 14 to 17 inches. The Mini Labradoodle colors can be black, brown, cream, white, apricot, cinnamon, and particolored. 


The Mini Labradoodle is a fun, cheerful, and charming dog. Mini Labradoodle Temperament lacks aggression. They have an animated personality and a friendly nature that makes them one of the most popular designer Doodle Breeds. These dogs are known for their sweet temperaments, joyful dispositions, and kind manners. 

With a positive attitude, a kind gentle behavior, an intuitive, affectionate, and highly devoted nature, the Mini Labradoodle has an amazing reputation as a therapy and guide dog and is known to be excellent with children of all ages.  An intelligent dog that craves human companionship and interaction, this dog loves to play games or just lounge around with you after work or on weekends. 

Mini Labradoodles are fantastic family pets. They are highly social and friendly with people and typically good with other dogs and pets. They are also very intelligent and easy to train. 

This petite Mini Labradoodle is known for its love of water. They spend hours in the family pool and hours splashing in a nearby lake on those days when they can go camping with the family. They are known as excellent swimmers and they jump in the water fully clothed if they get the chance. 


Mini Labradoodle Grooming

The Mini Labradoodle is a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Mini Poodle. This breed has a wavy, medium-length coat that is not too dense or too thin. Mini Labradoodle Grooming needs are medium.  

Mini Labradoodles require regular brushing and grooming to maintain their coat and keep it looking healthy. It also helps to protect the dog from skin problems like allergies, hot spots, and fleas. 

The Mini Labradoodle's grooming requirements are as follows: 

  • The Mini Labradoodle must be brushed at least once every week 
  • The Labradoodle Mini must be bathed at least once every month 
  • The Labradoodle Mini nails should be trimmed monthly or sooner if needed 

Mini Labradoodle Exercise Needs

The Labradoodle puppies Mini are energetic and will enjoy going on walks, runs, and even swimming like their Poodle parent. They love to play and retrieve things, just like the Retriever that they inherit their name from. Spending an hour a day playing with the pup is imperative for their mental and physical health. 

How much exercise does a Mini Labradoodle need? Mini Labradoodles are all about play, but their age is the most important factor in determining how much exercise they need. Mini Labradoodle puppies need both a lot of rest and exercise throughout the day to recover and develop. Senior Mini Labradoodles, on the other hand, prefer to relax during the day and don’t need as much exercise. All Mini Labradoodles require at least some exercise daily for at least 30 minutes. 

Mini Labradoodle Health

Mini Labradoodle puppies are healthy dogs, but as they grow older, they must be taken to the vet for periodic check-ups and tests. Some common issues that Labradoodles can experience are eye discharge, allergies, obesity, dental issues, and ear infections. These health issues are not very common among Mini Labradoodles but they may be present in standard Labradoodles. 

Mini Labradoodle Lifespan

The life expectancy for mixed breeds is normally longer than that of purebred dogs. You can expect your new mixed breed to have a longer lifespan than a Labrador Retriever (approximately 10 to 12 years) and will probably fall into the life expectancy range of a Miniature Poodle, which is between 10 and 18 years. The Mini Labradoodle lifespan is between 12-15 years, but they can live longer depending on the care and exercise they get from puppyhood to adulthood. 

Mini Labradoodle Training

Bringing up a Mini Labradoodle, like bringing up a child, requires time and care. If you start early and teach your Mini Labradoodle puppies manners, then you will be rewarded with a well-behaved pet for many years. Mini Labradoodles are intelligent, friendly, and playful, but if you don't put in the needed effort, you may end up with an attention-seeking dog that isn't so obedient. 

Training a Mini Labradoodle should be a positive experience for both of you. Don’t force your dog to do anything. Training should be based on rewards and not punishment. It’s not a battle between you and your dog, but rather a mutually beneficial experience. Mini Labradoodles are sensitive critters, so yelling and hitting should not play a part in the training process. 

Mini Labradoodles are very intelligent and generally easy to train. They usually have an easy-going temperament and desire to please their humans. Most Mini Labradoodle puppies will thrive on training if given the opportunity to exercise their minds. Some Mini Labradoodles are professionally trained as guides or therapy dogs. 

It is important to establish the natural hierarchy with your Mini Labradoodle. Without proper training and setting boundaries, a puppy can take control of the household. You can't force the dogs to submit by shouting and hitting. Proper training should establish the hierarchy with mutual consent while also abiding by rules. If your petite Mini Labradoodle is not aware of its place in the family and following the correct rules, then you will be the one who ends up being ruled over. 

Early on, your cute Mini Labradoodle personality and behavior will be developing quickly. The first two years of your Mini Labradoodles life are the most crucial for his character. He’ll be learning from you what he considers being “proper training,” and with the right direction, he’ll instinctively follow those rules. Be firm, but never aggressive, that’s the easiest way to get to them. 

It is important to start treating your Mini Labradoodle puppy with the care they deserve while they are still young. They need to know what is expected of them. If you teach your Mini Labradoodle to remain on their leash and not jump at people when they grow up, they will know how to act properly. You should have the same set of rules for both adults and puppies. They will understand that you are teaching them to be well-behaved adult dogs. 


The Mini Labradoodle breed is one of the latest to become popular in recent years. The breed was created by crossing an Australian Labrador Retriever and a Miniature Poodle. They are adorable, sociable, smart, low-shedding, and make perfect small guide dogs. Mini Labradoodles are becoming more and more popular on the internet as a medium size pet. 

Labradoodles come in many shapes, sizes, and colors. One popular type is the F1 Mini Labradoodle, which is a mix of 50% Labrador and 50% Miniature Poodle. This generation is healthier than its parents as a result of first-generation cross-breeding and hybrid vigor. The F1 Mini Labradoodle sheds moderately to little as it is a mix between an average shedding dog and a non-shedding dog. Overall, this specific type of Mini Labradoodle can be good for those suffering from mild dog-related allergies. 

The F1B Mini Labradoodle is 25% Labrador Retriever and 75% Poodle. These are wavy or curly doodles with a consistent coat type. They are popular because they do not shed and are allergy-friendly. Their grooming requirements are minimal and they are a great fit for non-experienced owners. 

The F2 Mini Labradoodle is a mix between two F1 Mini Labradoodles. This breed has the same features as its very similar-looking F1 parents.