Labraheeler Breed Information & Characteristics


Are Labraheelers Hypoallergenic?

Unfortunately, the Labraheeler is not hypoallergenic, making it not a good choice for a dog lover who suffers from pet allergies.


What is a Labraheeler personality? What are Labraheeler dogs best known for?


Shedding Level

Are Labraheelers heavy shedders? How Much Does a Labraheeler Shed?

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Labraheeler dogs are not heavy shedders, but they will lose a significant amount of hair each year. To decrease the amount of shedding, you can regularly brush your Labraheeler. This will remove loose hair and keep his coat growing in the same direction.

Watchdog Ability

What is the watchdog ability of a Labraheeler dog?

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The Labraheeler dogs are average watchdogs. If they sense something different, this breed will alert their owner.


What are Labraheelers descended from?

Australian Cattle Dog and Labrador Retriever

Breed recognition

What organizations or kennel clubs recognize/register the Labraheeler breed?

DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
DBR = Designer Breed Registry
IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®

Date of Birth

When were Labraheelers first bred? How old is the Labraheeler breed?


Eye Color Possibilites

What color are Labraheeler eyes?


Nose Color Possibilites

What color can Labraheeler nose be naturally?


Coat Color Possibilites

What color can Labraheeler coat be naturally?


Coat Length

How long is a Labraheelers coat?

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The coat of a Labraheeler dog ranges in length from short to medium.

Coat Density

How Dense Is The Labraheeler Coat?

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Coat Texture

What is the texture of the hair of a Labraheeler?


Litter Size

How many puppies can a Labraheeler have in a litter? How many puppies can a Labraheeler have in her first litter?

A Labraheeler can have a litter of 5-10 puppies on average. However, it's worth noting that the size of the litters can vary greatly. Factors that can influence litter size include the health of the mother, breeding history, and genetics.


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The adaptability of Labraheeler dogs is a well-known trait, they are known for being able to adjust well to different living environments and lifestyle changes.

Health Issues

Do Labraheelers have a lot of health problems?

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The Labraheeler is generally considered to be healthy. However, like all breeds, they are susceptible to certain health issues and it is important to keep an eye out for them and address them with your veterinarian as needed.

Major Concerns

What are the major health concerns to be aware of when owning a Labraheeler?

Patellar Luxation
Progressive Retinal Atrophy
Hip Dysplasia

Minor Concerns

What are the less significant issues to keep in mind when it comes to Labraheelers?

Elbow Dysplasia

Occasional Tests

What are the occasional tests recommended for Labraheeler breed?

CT Scan
Physical Examination
Joint Fluid Sample
Complete Blood Profile
Blood Count
Chemical Analysis
Chest X-rays
Complete Ophthalmologic Examination
Electroretinogram (ERG)


Do Labraheelers have a lot of energy?

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Labraheelers are known for their high energy levels, so if you're looking for a more low-key dog, this breed may not be the best choice.

Social Needs

Do Labraheelers need socialization? How social are Labraheelers?

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Labraheeler have above average social needs compared to other breeds.They thrive in environments where they have a lot of interaction with humans and other dogs.

Exercise Needed

How much exercise should Labraheelers get?

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The Labraheeler needs a high level of physical activity to maintain a healthy lifestyle. They also make great companions for people who lead an active lifestyle and enjoy running, hiking or other outdoor activities. These breeds are not suitable for people with sedentary lifestyle or those who live in small apartments

Sleeping Need

How much sleep should a Labraheeler have? Do Labraheelers sleep a lot?

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Labraheelers are active dogs that don't require as much sleep as other breeds. However, they still need enough sleep to stay healthy.

Tendency to Bark

How much does it bark?

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Labraheeler dogs tends to bark less frequently than most other dogs. They tend to be quieter and less vocal than other breeds. They may only bark when necessary, such as to alert their owner of something or to communicate something. They do not bark excessively, and may not bark as much as other dogs in certain situations, such as when they are left alone.


Are Labraheelers mouthy?

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Roaming urge

What is the likelihood of a Labraheeler running away? Do they have a tendency to explore or wander frequently?

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Prey Drive

Do Labraheeler dogs have a high prey drive?

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Past times

What do Labraheelers enjoy doing? How do I keep my Labraheeler busy?

Tug-of-war, Running, Swimming, Chasing, Fetch, Hide & Seek, Walks, Chase, Tag, Run, Swim, Go to Park, Road trip, Jog, Play keep away, Play, Nap, Nose work, Walk, Wrestle, Off-leash, Eating Snacks, Car rides, Sunbathing, Go to Beach, Go on Vacation, Go Camping, Hike, Dog Parks, Walking

Activity Level

What is the energy level of a Labraheeler? How much energy does a Labraheeler have?

Labraheelers are high-energy dogs. They need mental as well as physical exercise. These dogs require a lot of your involvement and without it they can, and will, become problematic dogs.

Tolerance of being left alone

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Walks per Week

How far should a Labraheeler walk each week? How many miles should a Labraheeler walk every week?

There's really no limit to how far you walk your dog as long as they're comfortable. For Labraheeler, it's at least 10 miles / week. Just remember to build distance and stamina gradually over time.

Activity per Day

How much a Labraheeler should exercise a day? How much activity does a Labraheeler need?

In general most Labraheelers usually need at least 60 minutes of exercise daily. This can be spread across the day and include all sorts of high-energy activities, like walking, running and playing.


What level of grooming should be provided for a Labraheeler?

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The Labraheeler is a breed of dog that does not require extensive grooming.

Brushing Frequency

How often should you brush a Labraheeler?

Labraheeler should be brushed at least once a week. Of course you can give them more frequent brushes if you find that they are still shedding a lot

Brushing Tools

What are the most commonly used brushing tools for Labraheelers?

Pin Brush
Nail Clipper


How many cups of food does a Labraheeler eat?

For an average 19-25 pound (9 - 11 kg) Labraheeler feed 2.5 cups daily. But, keep in mind, the amount you feed is going to be dependent on the quality of the food you are feeding.

Daily Cost

How Much Does a Labraheeler Cost Daily?

The average cost of a Labraheeler is somewhere $1.70 - $2.00 per day.

Monthly Cost

How Much Does a Labraheeler Cost Per Month?

The average per month expenses of a Labraheeler is between $48 - $63. This makes an average of $576 - $756 per year. It will be on the higher side when the dog is still small because it will need more frequent visits to the vet, shots.


How intelligent is a Labraheeler?

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The Labraheeler breed is considered highly intelligent and very easy to train.

Sensitivity Level

How sensitive is a Labraheeler dog?

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This dog breed is particularly attuned to its environment and the emotions of those around it. It can be easily overwhelmed by loud noises, new environments, and unfamiliar people or animals. This dog is best suited for individuals or families who are patient, gentle, and understanding of its sensitive nature. It may also benefit from a calm and stable home environment, with a consistent routine and plenty of positive reinforcement training.

Affection Dependance

Are Labraheeler dogs affectionate?

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Apartment Friendly

Do Labraheeler do well in apartments? Are Labraheelers good indoor dogs?

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It's not recommended to keep the Labraheeler in an apartment, but this breed make good apartment dogs as long as they get to spend a good amount of time outside of the apartment. Labraheelers living in apartments will need plenty of physical exercise and stimulation throughout the day to remain happy and well-behaved.

Child Friendly

Are Labraheelers good with kids? Are Labraheelers good around children?

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A Labraheelers typical characteristics indicate that this breed of dog is an ideal companion for kids and makes them family pets. Their gentle and protective nature and calm mentality make them gel along quickly with the younger humans


Are Labraheelers good for elderly?

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Cat Friendly

Are Labraheelers good with cats? How friendly Labraheelers are toward cats?

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Labraheelers are one of the best dogs for cats. They're accept cats readily as part of the family. However, this dog breed should be trained to not chase after the kitty early on

Dog Friendly

Do Labraheeler dogs get along with other dogs? Are Labraheelers OK with other dogs?

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Labraheelers are friendly, active and loyal companions. They generally love to be around other dogs, making them a good family pet for some,

Pet friendly

How do Labraheeler dogs interact with other pets? Are they considered pet-friendly?

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Stranger Friendly

Are Labraheelers friendly with strangers?

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Labraheelers are friendly dogs and won't commonly bark at strangers. However, if you wish to change this, training them is easy. With their intelligence, teaching this breed to do anything is pretty simple.


Do Labraheelers like to play? Are Labraheelers playful?

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Labraheelers are known to be highly playful dog. So if you're not up for all that, think about adopting a slightly older Labraheeler for a mellower experience.


Are Labraheeler easily trained?

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The Labraheeler is a breed of dog that is known for being very easy to train. They are highly intelligent and eager to please, which makes them a great choice for both experienced and novice dog owners.