||The Australian Cobberdog originated in Australia from the same root stock as the Labradoodle and then the more advanced Australian Labradoodle as it was further developed. It is important to note that 'Cobberdog' is NOT the new name given to the Australian Labradoodle in Europe as is being claimed on some breeders' websites.
||Black, Silver, Cream, Apricot, Chocolate, Caramel, Blue, Lavender
||Single (no undercoat) non-shedding coat in either wool or fleece, with fleece preferred.
||The Australian Cobberdog fun loving and clown-like with a keen sense of humour, sensitive and responsive to human emotion and physical incapacity, appears to be stubborn, when confused. Is happiest when living in close proximity to human family members and when it believes that it is serving them.
||The Australian Cobberdog happy, confident and sociable, extremely clever, calm, observant, easily trained, and adapts well to new situations and environments when handled with positive training techniques, but is easily discouraged by harsh training methods. Early training is quickly and keenly absorbed and is essential to avoid owners being outsmarted.
||We recommend trips to the groomer at least every 3 months. However, it depends on the length you like your dog’s coat, and your diligence at keeping their coat clean and matt free. We do recommend that haircuts happen close to the summer since these dogs have dense hair that may make hot temperatures uncomfortable. Take particular care of your dog's ears- Cobberdogs have a susceptibility to ear infections.
||The Australian Cobberdog high intelligence makes this breed very easy to train. If not trained they can outwit their human companion in a hurry. They love to learn new things and excel at an amazing pace. They make excellent performance dogs, such as agility, guide dogs, assistance dogs and more.
||The Australian Cobberdog have a strong instinct to fetch and retrieve; they love the interaction and quickly learn to bring back the thrown object. They will play for hours with anyone willing to play and will receive great exercise in doing so. This is one of the first games we teach our puppies. They can be slightly mouthy, but never bite. They have been known to grab your sleeve or pant leg in their mouth in an attempt to play.
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