Friendly. Smart.

Also called Miniature Labrapoos, labradoodles, and Labradorpoos, the miniature labradoodle is a well-known hybrid breed in a smaller package. They are sweet-natured and smart, and they love to spend time with their people. They are affectionate with their family. They are also tolerant and compassionate, and they tend to be well-behaved around people of all ages and other pets. Labradoodles are generally healthy and should live to be 10 to 14 years old.

With their friendly disposition and playful nature, they are ideal companions for families, singles, and seniors alike. At Happytail Puppies, we focus on the health and happiness of our pups to ensure that they get high-level care and socialization from day one. Our pups are raised in a loving environment and prepared to transition into your home seamlessly. Take advantage of the chance to bring home your lifelong friend. Contact us today and let one of our pups steal your heart.



Sweet & Energetic
This breed is friendly and outgoing, energetic and intelligent. These qualities make Miniature Labradoodles an ideal family dog that does well with other pets and children.

Even the most inexperienced dog parents find this breed to be easy to train and eager to please.

They are too gentle and sweet to make a good guard dog, but they can be useful watchdogs.


Fluffy & Athletic
Miniature Labradoodles look much like a smaller version of a Labrador. They are small and fluffy, square and athletic.

Long, furry ears are set on the top and back of their heads. Their muzzles can be medium to long.

The Miniature Labradoodle coat varies a great deal, ranging from straight to loose curls, and usually kept about 4 to 6 inches in length. The coat may be one of three textures. They could have hair similar to fur in shedding dogs, they could have a more dense and non-shedding wool, or they could have more of a silky fleece. They come in a variety of colors:
  • Gold
  • Brown
  • Apricot
  • Whitish gray
  • Black
  • Blue and cream


High Activity
Labradoodles are energetic, and they need a family that will commit to daily exercise. They should be walked or jogged daily, and they may need some extra play time at a park or in the yard. Because this breed is so smart, they will need mental stimulation as well.

Labradoodles generally love water. They’ll play and swim and do just about anything that involves getting wet.

These dogs can adapt well to apartment living because they don’t require much space.

We recommend at least 60 minutes of activity a day and about 8 miles walking per week.
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Unveiling the Origin of the Miniature Labradoodle

Unravel the fascinating narrative behind the creation of the Miniature Labradoodle, a breed crafted with innovation and purpose.

• Origin

The miniature labradoodle is a relatively new hybrid breed. Its origin date back to 1988, when breeder Wally Cochran, a member of The Royal Guide Dogs group, embarked on a mission to create a unique canine companion. A client with allergies needed a guide dog, prompting Cochran to develop a breed that combined intelligence, gentleness, and hypoallergenic traits. Thus, the labradoodle was born.

• Genetic Blend

This innovative crossbreed comes in several varieties, each with its genetic makeup and characteristics:

• F1: 50% Poodle, 50 % Labrador

• F1-B: 75% Poodle, 25% Labrador, known to shed very little so that it can be ideal for people with allergies.

• F2: mix of two F1 Labradoodles, similar to the F1 type, though because it sheds more, it may not be as good of a choice for allergy-sufferers

• F3: cross between two F2 varieties

• Multi-Generation: a combination of two F3 or higher generation dogs

Ensuring the Health of Your Miniature Labradoodle

It is important to know about the possible health concerns and undertaking proactive measures towards their care.

Major Health Concerns

  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA): A degenerative eye disorder leading to vision loss over time, PRA should be monitored through regular veterinary check-ups.
  • Hip Dysplasia: A common condition where the hip joint doesn't develop properly, potentially leading to pain and mobility issues. Regular exercise and weight management can help mitigate the risk.
  • Hypothyroidism: An underactive thyroid gland can lead to weight gain, lethargy, and skin issues. Routine blood tests can detect thyroid imbalances, and medication can effectively manage the condition.

Minor Health Concerns

  • Elbow Dysplasia: Similar to hip dysplasia but affecting the elbow joint, it can cause lameness and discomfort. Monitoring your pup's activity levels and providing a balanced diet can help manage this condition.

Caring for Your Miniature Labradoodle Puppy

Caring for your miniature labradoodle involves a combination of grooming, training, and regular veterinary care to ensure its well-being and happiness.

• Grooming

Miniature Labradoodles have a coat that requires daily brushing to prevent matting and tangling. While baths should be reserved for when necessary, you may find it helpful to clean their eyes with a damp cloth between baths. Additionally, regular nail trimming every one to two months is essential, with frequency varying based on your pup's activity level. Weekly ear cleaning helps prevent infections, and brushing your dog's teeth daily or at least two to three times a week maintains their oral health.

• Training

Consistent training is crucial for miniature labradoodles to thrive. These intelligent and eager-to-please dogs respond well to positive reinforcement techniques, which you can learn from the training programs we offer at Happytail Puppies. Basic obedience commands such as sit, stay, and come should be taught early on, followed by leash training and socialization with other dogs and people. Establishing clear boundaries and providing mental stimulation through interactive toys and games helps channel their energy in a positive direction.

Frequently Asked Questions About Miniature Labradoodle

How Big Does A Miniature Labradoodle Get?

The typical weight of Miniature Labradoodles is between 15 to 25 pounds and stands at around 14 to 16 inches in height. They have varied sizes based on the genetics of their parents.

Are Miniature Labradoodles Suitable For Apartment Living?

Miniature Labradoodles are the best choice for apartment living. They are comparatively smaller and adaptable, but they require proper exercise and mental stimulation to stay happy.

Are There Any Training Challenges Associated With Miniature Labradoodle Puppies?

Miniature Labradoodles are intelligent and eager to please, making them relatively easy to train. However, they can inherit stubbornness from their parent breeds, requiring consistent, positive reinforcement. At Happytail Puppies we also offer comprehensive training packages for the puppy owners to support you in developing your furry pet into a pleasant and well-mannered dog.

Are Miniature Labradoodle Puppies Good With Children And Other Pets?

Yes, Miniature Labradoodle puppies are generally good with children and other pets. They are known for their friendly, gentle, and social nature, making them excellent family pets.

Are Miniature Labradoodle Puppies Hypoallergenic?

Miniature Labradoodles can be hypoallergenic, as they often inherit the Poodle's low-shedding coat. However, allergen levels can vary, so it's best to spend time with a puppy before deciding.


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