Central Florida Doodles


Florida's Sweetest Family 




The Labradoodle is an extremely intelligent dog, which makes them very easy to train. They are goofy, sweet, and great with kids! These are also very intuitive dogs, many of which good at feeling and reading emotional states, which makes them excellent candidates for service/therapy dog training. 

Labradoodles are sociable, non-aggressive, and family-oriented dogs who love to be around their people, as well as other pets!


Labradoodles come in three basic sizes:

Miniature - 14 to 16 inches tall, weight typically ranges from 15-25 lbs

Medium - 17 to 20 inches tall, weight typically ranges from 30-45 lbs

Standard - 21 to 24 inches tall, weight typically ranges from 50-65 lbs



Here at Central Florida Labradoodles, we focus only on the hypo-allergenic, non-shedding coats (wool and fleece). These coat types seldom need to be bathed as their coats are water and dirt resistant and over-bathing will lessen the amount of natural oils are in their coats.

Hair Coat: a flat or slick type coat that does shed (not the coat for people who want a hypo-allergenic, non- shedding pup). A hair coat should be brushed once a month and may require light trimming with scissors. NEVER shave this coat type.

Curly Wool Coat: a dense, curly coat with a texture similar to a lamb's wool. This coat type has the highest success rate for those with allergies (especially those with asthma!) A wool coat will need to be brushed regularly and clipped down three to four times a year.

Fleece Coat: a wavy or loose curl coat with a super soft texture, similar to that of an Angora goat. This coat type is hypo-allergenic and non-shedding. Fleece coats are medium maintenance that can be scissor-ed or clipped like the wool coat.


At around 8 - 12 months of age, a Labradoodle puppy will grow in it's adult coat. Since these dogs don't shed, the old, dead coat will need to be brushed out or severe matting of the new coat can occur. This process can occur for up to 4 weeks and is often around the time that most Doodle owners opt to give their pups a shorter look and have them shaved!



We hear a lot of talk about the "downsides" of owning a male dog as opposed to a female, and find that many people are hesitant to select a puppy solely due to it's gender. However, in our professional experience over the years, we have found absolutely no difference in behavior between males and females! Our boys are just as easygoing and cuddly as the girls!