I often get asked what size is a mini Australian Labradoodle going to be when they grow up. It is usually pretty safe to say that when they are 4 months old if you add 10 pounds that will be the size when they adult Labradoodles.
Ashford Manor’s Duchess is the smallest of a mini Australian Labradoodle, she is 15″ tall and weighs 15 pounds. I am 5’7″ tall and her head is at my knee.
We also have Summer, the largest of mini Australian Labradoodles. Summer stands 17″ tall and weighs 30 pounds. Usually mini’s do not weight more than 25 pounds, but she is stocky certainly not fat.
All of our Australian Labradoodles are involved in Obedience, Showmanship and Agility training. Our little Duchess can jump the same things our medium (18″) dog can jump. She may be small, but she can jump and can outrun her too!
|Labradoodle Standard Size:||21”-24” (not over 25”)||50-65 lbs.|
|Labradoodle Medium Size:||17”-20” (not over 21”)||30-45 lbs.|
|Labradoodle Miniature Size:||14”-16” (not over 17”)||15-25 lbs.|
Ashford Manor Labradoodles is a breeder of the Australian Labradoodle in Indiana. We specialize in Reds and Chocolates mini and medium sizes. We are located in central Indiana, and our Indiana’s responsible breeder. We work on training our puppies from the day they are born until they day then enter your home. We also send lots of literature to help you prepare for your puppy.