F2B LabradoodlesPart Lab, Part Poodle—Total Cuteness
F2b Labradoodles are here!
Our F1 silver sable Labradoodle, Luna, has been bred to our F1b blue and white Labradoodle, Rocco, for a litter of F2b Labradoodle pups. These pups were born 11/12. We have two chocolate f2b labradoodles, two sables, and several who are black with white on their chests. We believe all the darker colored pups will fade to a blue/silver type color as both their parents have the fading gene.
These pups should be low to no-shed and very allergy friendly.
Please feel free to call us or email with any questions! Our puppies can go home at 8 weeks and will have been vet checked, had first round of vaccines, been microchipped and dewormed. Picks of the litter are made in the order deposits are received. First and second pick of the litter will require payment in full to reserve. Subsequent picks require a $200 deposit to reserve your puppy.
Luna will be having F2B Doodles soon! We are currently taking deposits now. 1st and 2nd pick of litter require payment in full upfront to hold pick.
More puppy pics with names to come!
Rocco is the father of this litter and is a F1b Labradoodle.
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These guys are chocolate now, but may lighten up like our male Hannibal.
Or they could stay more chocolate like some of our past pups.
These two guys will probably change colors, maybe more than once. Rocco’s (their Dad) blue markings began as black/brown and faded to the blue as he got older. This could potentially happen to the color mix on the bodies of these pups.
Black Pups (some with white splashes)
These boys and girls could stay plain black or black with their splashes.
But we have a feeling that some will fade to silver and black like their momma Luna.
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