Learn More About the Goldendoodle
Generation Goldendoodle ( F1 Goldendoodle)
First Generation Goldendoodle ( F1 Goldendoodle)
Golden Retriever (50%) X Poodle (50%)
F1 goldendoodles shed less than a golden retriever and when they do shed, they shed in “clumps”. This coat needs to be brushed quite often and will need grooming every 6 weeks.
What is an F1 Goldendoodle?
What is an F1b Goldendoodle?
F1b goldendoodles will be our primary focus in the upcoming years. F1b Goldendoodles are a 25/75 cross between an F1 Goldendoodle and a Poodle. The paring of an F1 Goldendoodle X Poodle is what give you 25% Golden Retriever and 75% Poodle. They are a special first generation doodle. This coat is very much like the poodle. F1B goldendoodle coats range from the soft curls to the straight hair. This generation’s coat is great for allergy suffers because it means they shed so little that you don't even notice it. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE CANNOT GUARANTEE COAT TYPES, SHEDDING, OR ADULT LOOKS WHEN YOU ADOPT A PUPPY. The goldendoodle is a cross bred which means currently they do not have a standard look but is also means that they have a very healthy genetic code.
Goldendoodle (25%) X Poodle (75%)
F1b goldendoodles have more poodle in their blood lines (75%) and therefore it makes them as close to non-shedding and the most allergy friendly, hypo-allergenic goldendoodle available. This coat needs to be brushed quite often and will need grooming every 6 weeks. The F1b is our main focus in our breeding program. We appreciate the coat quality and predicabilty of appearance. It is our opinion, that if the goldendoodle ever becomes recognized by a reputable kennel club, the F1b will be the gene pool in which the breed standard will be acquired.
What is an F2 Goldendoodle?
F2 Goldendoodles are an F1 Goldendoodle X F1 Goldendoodle. This breeding gives a very unpredictable mix for the coat and so we have decided not to do this breeding.