What size is your labradoodle?

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What size is your labradoodle?

Post by KateD » 01 Mar 2010, 14:48

I am interested to know what size doodles people have got and why!

We've got Alfie who is a standard, because my husband wanted a big dog :roll: , and we have got Lola who is a medium. We chose to get a medium this time as there isn't enough room in our house for another Alfie!! :D

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by Bid » 01 Mar 2010, 14:50

Daisy is a standard - she is 23" to the shoulder, and weighs 27 kg atm.

I don't know whether you'd call Poppy a medium or a standard because although I often say she is tiny, when I measured her she is actually 21" to the shoulder but much shorted in the body that Daisy, and weighs only 18kg.
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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by grange » 01 Mar 2010, 15:15

I was going to ask something similar. Boris is a standard. He's going to be 6 months on Thursday this week. He weighs 28kg which is what Toby weighed at a year (now 33kg). Is that too much? He seems to be perfectly happy and healthy. He does pooh a lot so I wonder if we're feeding him too much but then when you look at the feeding guides they are done on the basis of weight and he currently has what I worked out he needed when he was about 22kg. He has gained 2kg in the last 2 weeks - we got a wii fit plus at Christmas which lets you set up pet miis so we've been weighing them regularly :D

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by MUMMYBUCK » 01 Mar 2010, 17:07

Meg at 18months is 17.5kg at her last weigh in and about 20inches so about medium I think (her mother was a golden retriver and father a mini poodle so I was told she should be somewhere inbetween the two fullly grown which seems about right. Dont think she will grown anymore. We choose on size thinking that she would fit nicely in the car and not be too big for me to walk I am not 5ft so some of these bigger doods would be bigger than me.
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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by bluebell » 01 Mar 2010, 18:19

My Indie is a standard about 22-23 inches at the shoulder. She is quite slim and not into her food. She will be 3 in May. She is expecting her first litter at the moment but pre that weighed about 22kg. She is really fit and fast, even with some little pups in her belly........................ she is a bit shorter than most of the other doodles we have met.

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by Anne Wozniak » 01 Mar 2010, 18:23

Wilson is a mini doodle, he's 7 months old 16 inches to his shoulder and about 14 kg ..... :)
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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by smile » 01 Mar 2010, 18:39

Betty is 5 months, weighs 15kg and is about 19inch tall, is that big?? we have got used to her size so don t really know. her mum was a labradoodle and was big, about 24inch tall and dad was a standard poodle.

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by guinness&bailey » 01 Mar 2010, 21:16

guinness is 2 years and 4 months and he is 35 kgs and bailey is 1 year and 10 months and he is about 36 kgs they are both about waist height to a average person ( im 5" 11 )
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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by chelsea » 01 Mar 2010, 21:26

I've got 5 standards, the boys both weigh in at 33Kg, Scrumpy is shortish and a stocky lab type build, Sach is taller and longer.
The girls, Scarlet is small lab height and stocky and weighs 29Kg, Macy is taller and longer and weighs 26Kg, Harriet is the tallest, has a poodle build and weighs 23Kg.

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by trinared » 01 Mar 2010, 21:45

Marley is 20 months old now, 25inches and weighs 35k. His dad was a big standard poodle and his mum an average sized lab. He's not really intersted in food so must be his genes.
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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by Tracycooper15 » 02 Mar 2010, 12:58

Marmite is an F1 Standard, she is 5 months old today and weighed 20kg last week. She is 22cm tall.

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by Rosikus » 02 Mar 2010, 15:09

Toby is large and weighs 33kg at 20 months.

Boris is....well.... 28kg at 6 months...you can tell what he's going to be!

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by KateD » 02 Mar 2010, 15:19

How do you manage to weigh your dogs? I can weigh Lola as she is a puppy, and she weighs 4.7kg at 12 weeks, but there's no way that I could weigh Alfie. He is 26inches to his shoulder and he weighs a lot!!!
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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by Rosikus » 02 Mar 2010, 16:21

We pick them up and get on the scales. :lol: But then again with my old job I'm used to lifting wriggly dogs. Have you ever tried to get a newfoundland into a bath? One leg at a time!

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Re: What size is your labradoodle?

Post by iwantadog » 02 Mar 2010, 17:36

Murphy is 9 months old next week. He weighed 20.8kg at the vet last week and is about the same size as a large labrador - I would measure him, but everytime I get near him with a tape measure he tries to eat it!!!

His mum was a standard labradoodle and his dad was a minature poodle - don't ask :lol: :lol: :lol:

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