Australian Labradoodle for allergy sufferers

Australian Labradoodle for allergy sufferers?

Non-moulting dogs?

Australian Labradoodle for allergy sufferers.  As you probably already know, the Australian Labradoodle is not only a cross between Labrador and Poodle.

Being tempted to buy a dog from the first generation (for example Labrador + Poodle or Labradoodle + Poodle etc.) or multi-generational ALD again crossed with a Labrador or Cocker Spaniel, unfortunately we run the risk of unpleasantness. After a year, even (after the first exchange of our Labradoodle puppy's coat), it may turn out that the dog has made us feel sensitive and will moult us.

Why is this happening? Well, you never know what genes will inherit our puppy. Maybe it will have moulting Labrador mum or Cocker Spaniel dad?

Generally, organizations should move away from the early generations of Australian Labradoodle. They should also not introduce any new infusions. However, I am aware that not all organizations have such regulations. Unfortunately, we can still meet "Australian Labradoodle", whose daddy is Poodle, Cocker Spaniel or Soft Coated Irish Wheaten. In this case, we must take into account that our dog may be allergic and moult. Unfortunately, it may turn out only after a year of time, i.e. after the first hair exchange. That is why it is particularly important not to opt for a dog from such early generations and it is best to choose an organization that does not allow such crosswords. Then we are sure that we are buying a good quality dog.

The second issue is the allergic person himself. Not everyone is allergic to hair. A person may be sensitive to allergens contained in saliva, the epidermis, hair and even urine. In my experience, white allergies in urine are the strongest. In this case, the breeder should first allow meeting the adult in allergen-free conditions. Then he should provide complete information about how to handle the puppy in a way that will minimize the risk of any allergies. Inadequate nutrition of the dog, not caring for his coat, letting the puppy do it at home can cause allergic reactions.

Australian Labradoodle for allergy sufferers

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