7 Gorgeous Labradoodle Colors That You'll Fall For!


Experts in Doodles will immediately know that the red Labradoodles inherited this shade from red Poodles – their parent breed; however, since the red color gene is recessive, it is way more challenging to produce Red Labradoodles.


An interesting fact about this type of Doodle is that even though it’s one of the most common colors among Lab and Poodle mixes, it’s still unique as their characteristics vary greatly depending on the colors and traits.


This shade can be best described as a dark, shadowy-gray hue, which is quite uncommon. Canines can only have this type of color if they receive the Poodle gene that causes fading of the coat shade.


This isn’t a pattern that Labradoodles are born with, making them even more attractive to many Labradoodle enthusiasts. A Sable Labradoodle combines two different hues on each strand of hair.


Silver Labradoodles are pretty rare; this shade appears more often as a part of multicolored Labradoodles rather than a single color. Their appealing and lovely appearance can be attributed to their unique shiny coat shade.


Gray-colored pups get this hue as they grow older, as most of them are born either brown or black. Around the age of two, the coat of a dark Labradoodle begins to take on the appearance of lighter shades.


This unique shade of Labradoodles is generally described as a diluted chocolate shade. According to experts, the lavender color appears after the shade of certain chocolate Labradoodles starts to either fade or become brighter.