Natural Breed Kennels

About the Breeds

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Two of the best breeds brought together. This breed was created in the 1990s by the Mira Foundation as a service dog for the disabled and blind. The best traits of both breeds are to create dogs who are calm, highly trainable, intelligent, and obedient. Labernese puppies make amazing family pets. Males typically weigh between 65 and 80 pounds while females typically weigh between 55 and 70 pounds. Usually, Labs add a lot of energy. Since the nature of the Berner is to be calm, Labernese puppies are much more toned down than other lab mixes. They are a very sweet family dog.


This breed was created in the 1960s for service dogs because the German Shepherd and the Standard Poodle are in the top ten most intelligent dog breeds. Their intelligence means they are easy to train and can learn new commandments and actions quickly. The combination together makes the Shepadoodle one of the smartest dogs today. The Shepadoodle is a very devoted and loyal companion who will likely follow you around the house and will bond closely with you. They can be very protective, but they are also friendly and more social like the Poodle rather than the German Shepherd. Shepadoodle puppies in NC are very popular and a great furry friend for any family to have. Get in touch with our team at Natural Breed Kennels to learn more.

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Silver Labs

Just like any other retriever, the silver labs are energetic, intelligent, friendly, playful, and loveable. This beautiful and unique color dates back to the early 1800s. Some believe these labradors are the crossbreed between retrievers and Weimaraners. However, scientists have proved that the silver labs are the product of a diluted gene, the diluted version of chocolate. Still, they are one of the rarest breeds. That’s why silver labs are considered a premium breed.

Australian Labradoodles

The Australian Labradoodle was bred in Australia and recognized by the International Australian Labradoodle Association with the goal of creating a purebred. An Australian Labradoodle can be classified as such if any of the two conditions are met:

  • The Labradoodle breeding reached the 5th Generation
  • The dog’s pedigree consists of the Labrador, Poodle, and American Cocker Spaniel

An Australian Labradoodle is good with children, is easy to train, and plays well with other dogs. They are extremely clever, happy, and quick to learn tricks.

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