A dog of unknown parentage from Northern Labrador, NL.
The term was first coined by Litters 'n' Critters Animal Rescue to describe the stray dogs that proliferate the Northern Labrador communities.
Labra = Labrador origin
Mushka = the "mush" of many different dogs which make up the Northern Labrador
Doodle = a humorous play on the new "breeds" of dogs being crossed with poodles and billed as purebred or high end"doodles"
The term was popularized in the media in July 2012 when FedEx shipped 53 of these dogs from Labrador to Litters n Critters in Halifax, NS to find new homes. The plane carrying the dogs was dubbed the "Labramushkadoodle Express."
We don't know what breed she is - she's a Labramushkadoodle!
A name widely used by media, supporters and adoptive families of the very well known rescue, Litters 'n Critters Animal Rescue, in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Litters 'n Critters received international attention in July 2012 when Fed Ex shipped almost 60 dogs from Labrador to Halifax to find new homes. The dogs were known as "Mushkadoodles" or "LnC dogs" through out the media and world.
Litters 'n Critters have won several small humaine awards and in Oct 2012 was recognized as one of the top 3 100% volunteer animal rescues in Canada, making the mark as the #1 volunteer rescue in Atlantic Canada.
Our family recently adopted an LnC dog from Halifax.