What does an Australian Labradoodle Look Like?
It’s a common saying that looks aren’t everything, but since we’re leaning towards the fact that Australian Labradoodles are merely perfect, their looks will complete your checklist.
They’re like adorable stuffed animals with big and round, dark brown eyes that will make you fall in love! Some of them even have eye colors that would range from dark amber to pale hazel-green eyes. And they have a large, square-shaped nose.
The Australian Labradoodle’s nose color can either be black, rose-colored, or rosy brown/pink, but it would vary depending on the hue of their coat.
Australian Labradoodles have a square, stocky build, and has a tail that follows the topline when in motion but shouldn’t completely curl over the back.
How Big Is An Australian Labradoodle?
No matter where you live and how big or small your space is, you’re in luck! Since the Poodle parent comes in three sizes, so does the Australian Labradoodle. All you have to do is pick!
Standard-sized Australian Labradoodles are about 21 to 24 inches tall (53 to 61 cm) and can weigh around 45 to 77 pounds (20 to 35 kg).
Medium Australian Labradoodles are 17 to 20 inches tall (43 to 51 cm) and can weigh around 30 to 45 pounds (14 to 20 kg).
Miniatures are just the cutest! They are only 14 to 16 inches tall (36 to 41 cm) and will weigh just about 15 to 30 pounds (7 to 14 kg).
You have to keep in mind that males are usually larger than female dogs. But for better comparison, here is a chart showing the sizes of an Australian Labradoodle when fully grown:
|Standard Australian Labradoodle||21 to 24 inches|
(53 to 61 cm)
|45 to 77 pounds|
(20 to 35 kg)
|Medium Australian Labradoodle||17 to 20 inches|
(43 to 51 cm)
|30 to 45 pounds|
(14 to 20 kg)
|Miniature Australian Labradoodle||14 to 16 inches|
(36 to 41 cm)
|15 to 30 pounds|
(7 to 14 kg)