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goldendoodle puppies rescue near me I have had so many people contact me to tell me that their puppy has grown to be much larger than expected and their breeder told them they would be Cocker Spaniel size!In an F1 mating this is very, very unlikely as a Miniature Poodle is around Cocker Spaniel size itself and the resulting puppies from a mating between a Cocker Spaniel sized dog and a Golden Retriever isn't likely to result in Cocker Spaniel size progeny!You are likely to get puppies that mature to around 18 22 inches to the shoulder on average but this cannot be guaranteed. If you would like a dog who will most likely mature to around Cocker Spaniel size then BOTH parents need to be Cocker Spaniel size. This means this isn't going to be an F1 mating. Here at Kizzabella we do have the potential to breed the smaller Miniatures and Petites, these will not be F1 puppies. as that would be impossible!However the puppies coat types do range between the looser, wavy coats up to the more curly coats and some puppies will be indistinguishable from F1 puppies in looks. Depending on their coat type see Generations Explained Goldendoodles generally require fair to high coat maintenance. The majority of Goldendoodles will require professional coat care at least at some point in their lives, some need only very occasional clipping whilst others need more regular visits to the groomers, but what tends to happen is that the dogs that shed the least require the greatest amount of attention to their coats in order to prevent mats from forming. This is because all ‘non shedding’ dogs do actually moult but the dead coat stays on the dog and so needs to be groomed out otherwise it will form mats. The most difficult time to maintain the coat tends to be when the puppy coat is being shed at around 8 months of age and this is often the time that people will decide that a trip to the groomer is in order. Here at Kizzabella we have concentrated on breeding F1 and F1b puppies. We find that these 2 generation produce the most consistant coat and personality types which can become very unpredictable in further generations.

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While most prefer the Goldendoodles with furnishings, aka a “Doodley” coat, there is a market for Goldendoodles who look more like Golden Retrievers, but have the genetic diversity and sometimes lower shedding than a Golden Retriever. If you have a family with allergies, a Goldendoodle with an incorrect coat is not the best match for you. By testing the parent dogs of Multigen Goldendoodles, your breeder can be sure not to breed parents that will produce puppies with incorrect coats without furnishings unintentionally. These Goldendoodles exhibit furnishings:The “shedding index” is a combination of two DNA tests, one for the shedding gene, combined with the test for furnishings. The shedding index is ranked on a score of 0 4. “0” is no shedding, and “4” is the highest shedding. By testing for furnishings and shedding, a breeder can combine the results to reliably predict shedding in a dog. Selecting dogs with a low shedding index in a breeding program after consideration for health and temperament can produce puppies with reliably lower shedding coats. Since shedding is related to allergies, using these DNA testing tools on any generation Goldendoodle can help a breeder more accurately match puppies with families who have allergy concerns. No longer do you need an F1b or a very curly Goldendoodle if you know the shedding index is low!As you can see, there is a lot of science that goes into the selection of breeding mates to produce the ideal Goldendoodle. The Goldendoodle Association supports its Member breeders by providing access to the latest research and guidance from experts in fields such as breed development, canine reproduction, and puppy development.

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With the Miniature Goldendoodle, you get a mix of both. Miniature Goldendoodles are often intelligent, cheerful, and friendly. This mixed dog breed generally makes an excellent family pet and is good with children. Plus, due to their low prey drive, they tend to get along with other dogs and companion animals. Though unlikely to intimidate anyone due to its fluffy coat and smaller size, this dog breed can be an alert watchdog. However, they do not tend to be noisy. Because they may bark infrequently, it’s best not to rely on them as a watchdog or dog for protection. These pups are highly adaptable. Because of their smaller size, they can be a great fit for apartment living or a bigger home with room to run. They tend to do well in just about any climate. However, like any dog, they are sensitive to extreme heat.