Chocolates are a solid brown colour varying shades from a dark rich chocolate colour to a cafe or parchment (see below) Some lines of chocolate fade and others don't.
Reds are solid in colour and vary in shade from lighter red to a deep mahogany red. Red dogs have black noses. Dogs that appear red but have a liver coloured nose are classed as Caramel (below)
Apricots range in colour from a dark cream to a light red. Apricots also have a black nose.
Caramels are differentiated from reds by their liver coloured noses indicating they carry the chocolate gene. Caramels come in a variety of shades from dark cream colour to a deep mahogany colour.
Creams are exactly that, a beautiful cream colour with slight variations from almost white to a dark cream colour. Creams have a black nose.
Blacks range from a lovely jet black colour to almost a dark silver/grey colour with fading. Not all blacks fade. blacks have a black nose.
Phantom can come in chocolate or black and have red/apricot, cream or silver markings
TrI Colours are phantoms with the addition of white added and can come in black or chocolate.
Abstracts can be found in any solid colour. An abstract has a small amount of white markings, usually found on the chest and feet.
Tuxedos refers to the white markings, and come in all colours. Tuxedos have a white tuxedo type pattern on their chest and head with four white feet/toes.
Parti Australian Labradoodles have at least 50% white covering their body. The dominant colour being white. Partis can be classed as being extreme, where 95% of their body is white with a very small amount of another colour.
Cafe, Lavender and parchment are all variations of faded chocolate. Some chocolates can fade completely to a cream colour, while others fade to beautiful shades all in-between.
Miniatures range from 14 to 16 inches
Weight: 7 to 13kg
Mediums range from 17 to 20 inches
Weight: 13kg to 20kg
Standards range from 21 to 24 inches
Weight: 23kg to 30kg