Clancy Aussie Doodles

We are a Family Breeder of Multi-Generation Authentic Australian Labradoodles

Labradoodle Fun Facts

on October 8, 2011

Labradoodle Fun Facts! 

Labradoodles are featured in Caroline Coile’s new book, “Designer Dogs: Portraits and Profiles of Popular New Crossbreeds”. We immensely dislike the term “designer dogs” as we think it is frivolous and could imply that these dogs are fashion statements. Our dogs are bred with a purpose – to be allergy-friendly family companion and therapy dogs.

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Monopoly updated its set and replaced the Scottish terrier with a LABRADOODLE in its newest Monopoly board game, Here and Now.

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The newest version of the Oxford English Dictionary, considered by many to be the definitive guide to the English Language, has added the word LABRADOODLE. As a scrabble buff, I was thrilled to be able to place this word to win the game in a recent scrabble game with a friend.

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The new Plush Toy, Lucky the Labradoodle, developed by Lord & Taylor, raised more than $88,000 to be donated to the American Cancer Society, and also raised $55,000 which was donated to Guiding Eyes for the Blind. Lucky the Labradoodle also was an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award Winner in 2007.

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The new Sims 2 Pet game which Electronic Arts introduced last November allows the players to breed LABRADOODLES.

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Gund plush Labradoodle dogs are available in Macy’s Cosmetics departments for $12, with $5.75 from each sale going to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. (Photo: Business Wire) Click here for the link. Webkinz has also come out with their own plush Labradoodles.

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As you can see Labradoodles have become extremely popular in the modern world are now recognized as their own self-sustaining breed.

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