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goldendoodle puppies for sale near il The Goldendoodle Registry is a registry and pedigree service for Goldendoodles. TGR maintains an extensive database of Goldendoodle pedigrees in order to preserve and document breed records for the future. It is imperative that the breed’s ancestry be documented to allow pedigree and health information to be accessed as the breed’s development moves forward. TGR provides Goldendoodle Breeders access to these records so they can make breeding decisions based on accurate and complete pedigrees, maintaining the integrity of the Goldendoodle genealogy. TGR also provides breeders with access to diverse breeding stock so that the Goldendoodle breed can avoid genetic weaknesses that can be created when the gene pool is limited which occurred unintentionally in many previously developed breeds. When you register your Goldendoodle puppy, you will receive a Goldendoodle Registry pedigree certificate showing up to three generations depending on the number of generations your puppy’s breeder submitted. By registering your puppy with TGR, you help to document the development of the Goldendoodle breed for future generations to come. In addition, the certificate provides documentation of ownership should your dog ever be lost or stolen. 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.

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While a beautiful color, the merle gene can cause blindness and deafness if two parents carrying the merle gene are bred together, so merles should be bred only by very knowledgeable breeders who test for the merle gene and understand the genetics involved. Phantom’s have a specific pattern of markings on a solid background above each eye, on the sides of the muzzle, chest, inside the legs, and under the tail. Brindle patterns appear as stripes, the color and the width vary with each dog. Furnishings are the longer facial hair, including eyebrows, mustache and beard, found on most Goldendoodles. Golden Retrievers have an “open face,” that is, short facial hair. There is another term to describe the lack of furnishings: incorrect coat. The gene responsible for furnishings is dominant; so by testing the parent dogs DNA, it can be determined if a breed pair will produce puppies that all have furnishings, or if there will be some puppies with an incorrect or Golden Retriever like coat. Dogs with furnishings are lower shedding than dogs without furnishings. 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.

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There’s no 100% guaranteed way to make sure you’ll never purchase a sick puppy, but researching the crossbreed so you know what to expect, checking out the facility to identify unhealthy conditions or sick animals, and asking the right questions can reduce the chances of heading into a disastrous situation. And don’t forget to ask your veterinarian, who can often refer you to a reputable breeder, rescue organization, or other reliable source for healthy puppies. The Miniature Goldendoodle is a smaller version of the ACHC recognized Goldendoodle. It is a mixed dog breed that is a cross between a Miniature Poodle and a Golden Retriever. This breed has seen an increase in popularity recently as people love the hypoallergenic properties any breed mixed with a poodle can possess. A Miniature Goldendoodle puppy can vary in size based on the generation of the dog. For instance, an F1 or 1st generation cross would be 50% Miniature Poodle and 50% Golden Retriever. The result is generally a dog that will be in the range of 30 40 pounds. When a Mini Goldendoodle is crossed with a Miniature Poodle, the result is an F1 B or 2nd generation. This hybrid dog breed will be smaller in size and will be more likely to possess hypo allergenic properties based on the fact it is 75% poodle. Although this breed is becoming very popular, it is not currently recognized by the AKC or ACA as a purebred dog.