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Labradoodle sizes

Posted: 03 Jan 2019, 11:32
by ashackcloth1
I bought an f1 miniature labradoodle on Sunday! He’s absolutely perfect. His mum is a family, loving Labrador and his dad a red KC reg miniature poodle.

HOWEVER. We took him for his first jabs on Monday evening and at 9 weeks old he weighs 6.4kg and he’s standing the same size as my brothers Labrador did as a puppy. Just curious as he seems quite large for a “miniature” labradoodle.

I love him no matter what but I’d love to hear your thoughts and see your doodles that were meant to be mini but are.... not mini! :D

Re: Labradoodle sizes

Posted: 03 Jan 2019, 14:03
by Doodle Dee
Lulu is an F1 miniature. Sane as you described. She now over 6 weighs 15k usually. Stands at 16 inches high

If that helps. But I have seen smaller than get and bigger than her

She’s wonderful

Re: Labradoodle sizes

Posted: 06 Jan 2019, 14:17
by Owned By Stanley
ashackcloth1 wrote:I bought an f1 miniature labradoodle on Sunday! He’s absolutely perfect. His mum is a family, loving Labrador and his dad a red KC reg miniature poodle.

HOWEVER. We took him for his first jabs on Monday evening and at 9 weeks old he weighs 6.4kg and he’s standing the same size as my brothers Labrador did as a puppy. Just curious as he seems quite large for a “miniature” labradoodle.

I love him no matter what but I’d love to hear your thoughts and see your doodles that were meant to be mini but are.... not mini! :D
He does sound like he’s going to be quite big. Our mini Stanley is miniature labradoodle mum (mum lab dad miniature poodle) and miniature poodle dad. He is a year old and is bigger than our miniature schnauzer but smaller than a lab. He weighs 12kilos and don’t think he will grow much more. Huge character tho! Lol

Re: Labradoodle sizes

Posted: 19 Jan 2019, 16:25
by Peejayess
Benjy was 6 kilos at 3months and pretty much reached full growth about 11 months, mum a labradoodle and dad a miniature poodle. Benjy’s a solid 18 kilos, looks small to medium but is a similar size to a lab when they’re side by side, but he’s not as big-bodied as a lab so seems smaller. We regularly meet a labradoodle on our walks which was fathered by a standard poodle, and he’s a LOT bigger.