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Choice is in order of deposit
1- Ashley Collier - Red
2- John & Minda Briaddy
History of the Goldendoodle
A Goldendoodle is a Golden Retriever and Poodle cross. Goldendoodles, also called Golden Poos, Goldie Poos, or Groodles, have been bred in North America and Australia since the early to mid-1990’s.
For some strange reason, many goldendoodles actually grow larger than either their golden retriever or standard poodle parents!
The Goldendoodle is a hybrid cross of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. The exact date of the first goldendoodle is unknown as a handful of breeders emerged in the late 1990’s marketing this new breed. The idea was no doubt inspired by the creation of the Labradoodle and its success as a compatible dog for many people who experience mild allergies to dogs. Several different names were being used to describe the breed such as GoldenPoos, GoldiePoos, and PoodleReivers, but the name “Goldendoodle” was the one that stuck. The gorgeous low to no shedding coats were attracting those who loved the temperament of the Golden Retriever, but detested the amount of hair left behind and/or the allergy issues it presented.
The term ‘Goldendoodle’ appeared soon after the introduction of the Labradoodle by Wally Conron. The earliest known use of the name ‘Goldendoodle’ comes from the Neelands family in the U.S.A in 1992. The family started calling their dog, Sugar, a ‘goldendoodle’ in response to a question from a passerby who asked “is that a labradoodle?”. They replied, “No, it’s a goldendoodle”, and have referred to her as such ever since.
The publicʼs immediate adoration of the standard Goldendoodle (a standard Poodle crossed with a Golden Retriever) has grown to epic proportions as “Designer Dogs” became the latest fad. The key word here is “fad”, meaning something that causes lots of attention, but soon loses its appeal. The Goldendoodleʼs appeal hasnʼt faded, but instead has continued to grow.
Perez Hilton (infamous Blogger) and his Mini Goldendoodle Teddy
Famous Blogger, Perez Hilton and his Mini Goldendoodle Teddy (as a puppy)
In keeping up with celebrity trends, the labradoodle has always been a top pick for the pooches of the rich and famous however the goldendoodle is catching up in popularity among the celebs.
Most of the cross breeds include poodles because they are intelligent and their woolly coat sheds very little hair. This makes them less likely to aggravate allergies. Plus their just so dang cute!
This love affair prompted the creation of the first litter of Mini Goldendoodles (a mini Poodle crossed with a Golden Retriever). The first litter arrived on January 11, 2002. These first mini Goldendoodles attracted attention everywhere they went and the number of requests for more were too many to accomodate by a single breeder. As word spread, more breeders of standard Goldendoodles began producing litters of mini Goldendoodles to try to satisfy the publicʼs demand for this new size that was perfect for apartment and city living.
Goldendoodles are extremely social, outgoing, non-aggressive dogs that thrive on human companionship. They have a great desire to please and to learn. Coupled with the low to non-shedding coats, this temperament has proven to make Goldendoodles perfect candidates for service work.
The Goldendoodle is a new breed in the grand scheme of breed development. Most AKC recognized breeds took decades to develop and even more decades to earn AKC recognition. It seems that breeders are mixed in their ideas and goals about working towards “purebred” status with the AKC.
The Goldendoodle’s ancestry along both parent lines is as hunters and water dogs. The physical appearance of the Goldendoodle runs anywhere from a shaggy-looking retriever to a curl-relaxed poodle, but usually it falls somewhere in between. The length of the coat when left unclipped grows to about 4-8 inches. The color of the coat can be cream, gold, apricot, chocolate, gray and black. Most Goldendoodles have a Standard Poodle as a parent, and are standard sized. Those with a miniature Poodle as a parent, are about 25-50 pounds and are called miniature or medium Goldendoodles.
Many poodle crosses inherit the fur qualities of the poodle, but not the texture. This means that most don’t shed, or shed lightly, and may not produce an allergic reaction. Most Goldendoodles are light to non-shedding, and most live easily with families with MILD allergies. The F1b ( OR ABOVE) Generation Goldendoodle is the best generation for severe allergy sufferes.
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