Coats & Colours

Labradoodle Colours

I have listed some of the more common colours of Labradoodles that we see in our breeding program. There are several other colour variations seen. If you intersted in viewing a full list of all recognised colours please click here.


Fleece is known traditionally for it texture in being very soft to touch. While most often recognised as having a shaggy appearance some fleece coats can be curly – which is sometimes referred to as spiral fleece. Fleece coats are considered allergy friendly for people with dog hair allergy. Fleece coated labradoodles do not have a doggy odour.


Hair coats are coarser in texture and can shed to varying degrees. Most hair coat labradoodles tend to loose significantly less hair than other shedding breeds. Hair coats are not considered allergy friendly and can have a doggy odour.


The texture of wool is often referred to being similar to the feel of a lamb or sheep. However as the breed has developed the some wool coats are appearing to be softer in texture. Wool is considered to be allergy friendly for people who suffer from dog hair allergies. Wool coat labradoodles do not have a doggy odour.

Labradoodle Coats


Parti Labradoodles are at least fifty percent white with spots or patches of any of the above colours.


Black Labradoodles should be solid black in colour with no other colours apparent in the coat.


This colour ranges from a milky chocolate to almost silver-beige in colour. Pups are born darker in colour and lighten over a period of 1-3 years.


This coat is a rich dark chocolate colour and should stay dark at the roots as the dog matures.


Caramel are distinguished by having a brown or liver nose. They can come in all shades from red through to cream.


Dark red colour with a black nose.


Gold colour with a black nose. Golden colour with a brown nose are often called golden caramels.


A little darker than pure white and sometimes more colour around the ears. Black Nose.
Varient – caramel cream dog has dog a brown nose.