Colors of the Australian Labradoodle
These days you can find the Australian Labradoodle in a number of different and beautiful colors. We hope that you find the below color information informative and useful.
NOTE: It is normal that all colors may show bleaching and discoloration over the topcoat, referred to as sunning, this is quite expected and acceptable.
White/cream in color with a black nose
Color ranges from deep gold to shades of red. Should have an even coloration over whole body. Should have a rose nose
Some refer to this color as apricot.Should be color of the inside of a ripe apricot. Should not have lighter roots than outer coat and should have a black nose.
Should be solid, even deep, dark red with a black nose.
Milk chocolate to silver beige and will develop over time (1-3 years). Nose should be rose.
Should be solid, deep, dark color and not lighten significantly over time. Nose should be black.
Creamy, sometimes with apricot or gold tinting. All shades are acceptable. Nose can be black or rose.
Creamy beige/chocolate color like coffee with too much milk. Born light chocolate and overtime lightens (1-3 years) up. Nose is rose.
True chocolates are born almost black and maintain dark, even color thru lifetime. Rose nose.
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