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goldendoodle dog facts A doodle with a coat that sheds much less will require more grooming than one that sheds more often. Although there are some breeders that make the claim that the Goldendoodle is a hypoallergenic breed no study has ever proven that any dog breed is completely hypoallergenic. The Goldendoodle’s ancestry along both parent lines is as “working dog” or “field dogs” or more specifically hunter, just like most other cross bred lines. The appearance of Goldendoodle’s will vary. Different offspring will display a variety of differences in size, color and type of coat. Generally speaking, there are three main coat types.

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The Goldendoodle is nothing more than an expensive mongrel. Because the genetic makeup is diverse from the Poodle genes and the Golden Retriever genes, the resultant first generation F1 offspring is a complete genetic gamble. The dog may be any size, color, coat texture and temperament. Indeed Goldendoodles do shed. Their coat may be wiry or silky and may mat. Body shape varies with parentage but tends to be lanky and narrow.

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Registering litters is vital to assure accurate records of Goldendoodle genealogy. Registering your Goldendoodle litter is easy. Once you’ve registered your Kennel and the parent dogs of a litter, you fill out the online form for the entire litter. You will receive emailed registration forms one for each pup to give to your customers. Providing litter registration certificates to your clients shows that you are professional, and committed to tracking your bloodlines and pedigrees to enhance your breeding practices. TGR provides a choice of limited or full registration puppy applications for breeders to provide to their puppy buyers. Breeders are welcome to use this pedigree service for one or all of the litters they produce. Many breeders are breeding Labradoodle to Labradoodle over successive generations, and trying to establish a new dog breed. This practice began with one man in Australia and the resulting dogs are usually referred to as Multigenerational Multigen or Australian Labradoodles. Australian Labradoodles also differ from early generation and Multigenerational Labradoodles in that they may also have other breeds in their ancestry. English and American Cocker Spaniel/Poodle crosses cockapoos, Irish Water Spaniels and Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers were used in some Australian Labradoodle lines.