20 Dogs For Busy People
Bred to be hypoallergenic guide dogs, Labradoodles gained worldwide popularity quickly. In addition to being an excellent guide dog, this breed is very affectionate and devoted to their humans. Like so many dogs, they are also happiest when they are with the people they love. Labradoodles have the energy of a Retriever and are equally devoted to their work as Poodles. What more could an owner hope for? They are enthusiastic, sociable, intelligent, easy to train and eager to please. Further, they get along great with other dogs and animals in the house, and they are excellent with kids. However, mind you that dogs, especially energetic ones, shouldn’t be left unsupervised with kids as they may unintentionally hurt the child. On top of all that, Labradoodles will have understanding when you need to go to work or leave the house for a couple of hours. All in all, they are amazing pets for both first-time owners and experienced ones. So, what are the bad sides of owning a Labradoodle? Well, they are not good guard dogs and they are friendly toward strangers. And there’s another thing. Many of the dogs who are sold as Labradoodles are nowhere near the breed’s standard and there is not enough consistency in pups, regardless of the type of mix. When adopting a Labradoodle, find a responsible breeder who is familiar with ethical breeding practices.