IS A LABRADOODLE AN AUSTRALIAN COBBERDOG?
No, a Labradoodle
is a cross between a poodle and a labrador, or a multigenerational cross (the so-called Australian Labradoodles). An Australian Cobberdog has a pedigree recognized by the Australian MDBA
, in addition to its own stable DNA sequence. This is especially important, because the stable DNA sequence means that it maintains its characteristics, generation after generation. This helps to predict its qualities. With Labradoodles, this cannot be predicted, and there will always be uncertainty regarding how the puppies will turn out. If you are thinking about having a Labradoodle
at home, you are most likely looking for an Australian Cobberdog. In actuality, the Australian Cobberdog is exactly what the Labradoodle should have turned out to be if it had not fallen into crisis, even though the essence of both names is the same: a hypoallergenic dog with enormous potential to carry out therapy and assistance work.
The main difference is that the Australian Cobberdog has a quality guarantee (it is what you expect it to be), while a Labradoodle can never be guaranteed.