Yes, Australian labradoodles can be left alone. However, as a sociable breed, they do best when they can be with human or animal companions.
How long an adult Australian labradoodle can be left alone depends on several factors:
- Its individual temperament and how well it can adapt to family routines.
- How early it was trained to tolerate being alone.
- How much exercise it gets when it’s with its family.
Australian labradoodles bond with all family members, so they do best in households where there’s always someone around to give them companionship.
If you’re looking for a dog that can accept being alone for long periods, an Australian labradoodle may not be the best breed to choose.