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Shar Pei Doodle: A Complete Guide to This Adorable Crossbreed

Our dogs have always been – and always will be – rescue dogs. When many people think of these designer dog crosses, they think of targeted breeding. Technically, a «designer dog» – like a mutt – is a mix of two purebred dogs.

But nevertheless, we feel that the concept of «designer dogs» is one that could help shelter dogs.

No 2: Shar Pei Bulldog Mix

The Bulldog is similar to the Shar Pei in that it has loose, wrinkled skin and a shorter coat.

And the Bulldog Shar Pei mix is ​​one of the most popular Shar Pei mixes to date.

Shar Pei Lab Mix Breed Review: Contents

  • History and Original Purpose of the Shar Pei Lab Mix
  • Lab Pei Appearance
  • Lab Mix mix temperament
  • Training and exercising your Shar Pei Lab mix
  • Shar Pei Lab mix health and care
  • Do Lab Peis make good family pets?
  • Rescuing a Shar Pei Lab Mix
  • Finding and Raising a Shar Pei Lab Mix Puppy

The Shar Pei Labrador mix is ​​often called a Lab Pei. While any mixed-breed dog can come about by chance, a deliberate Shar Pei and Lab crossbreed as a «designer» mix goes back only a few decades. We can learn more about the potential of this combination by looking at the parent sexes.

What Makes a Bear Coat Shar Pei Special?

The Shar Pei breed originated in China. He was bred to be a fighting dog and even shares ancestry with the Chow Chow. Shar Peis are purebred dogs with no known crossbreeding.

The traditional Shar Pei is already a special dog, but when you add the plush fur to the mix from Bear Coat, you have a dog that is sure to turn heads.

Origins of the Labradoodle

The first known Labradoodle was bred in 1988 by an Australian breeder named Wally Conron. He originally bred this hybrid specifically for the Royal Guide Dog Association of Australia in Victoria. The purpose of the Labradoodle was to combine the intelligence and good nature of the Labrador Retriever with the hypoallergenic coats of the Poodle so that they could be used as guide dogs for those with allergies. The hybrid was so successful that there was a bit of a frenzy among breeders in North America and Australia to combine poodles with almost any breed they could think of.

Goldendoodles were first bred in 1969 by Monica Dickens, granddaughter of famous author Charles Dickens. They gained popularity in the 1990s as a response to the success of Labradoodles. They were the offspring of purebred poodles and purebred Golden Retrievers. The resulting hybrid was an attractive and well-tempered animal with many positive traits, including a low coat that did not shed.