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GoldenDoodles with Star Quality!!!

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                            * Stardoodles*

                        Just a little doodle note.

The Goldendoodle is intelligent, friendly, and family oriented. It is a highly social dog. Goldendoodles tend to follow their nose wherever it leads, so a fenced-in yard is recommended. They are always ready for a game; most Goldendoodles retain the natural retrieving instincts of the Golden Retriever. The Goldendoodle’s friendliness with strangers makes it a poor watchdog. Goldendoodles do not bark frequently.

Goldendoodles love to be with their family. They are eager to please and get along well with children, other animals, and strangers. They are social dogs and crave being around people.

English Cream Goldendoodles are a very special line of doodles with many benefits. They are superior to other types of Goldendoodles because of the special influence of the English Cream Golden Retriever.

Many English Cream Golden Retrievers have been imported from other countries outside of the U.S. This is important to understand because some of these countries have laws that mandate health testing prior to any dog being bred. Health testing is not an option for them like it is here in the U.S. - it
must be done! This means that puppies from these lines have a
proven heritage of health!

Another benefit that is acquired from the English Cream Retriever is that gorgeous blocky square head and body type! These dogs are known for their stocky build which does tend to come through in the doodle puppies that they produce, creating a dog that more
closely resembles the square build of the Golden vs. the taller, more slender structure of the Poodle.

English Cream Retrievers are also known for having a calm, gentle disposition.

When you combine a proven heritage of health, a gorgeous stocky, square built appearance, and a calm, gentle disposition it is a combination that is hard to beat!

Like any other cross-breed, the appearance of goldenpoodles vary from individual to individual. Different dogs will display differences in size, coat type, and color. A goldendoodle's size is generally somewhere between that of its poodle and the golden retriever brothers and parents. The ranges include standard, medium, and miniature(if the poodle parent was miniature). Some standard-sized goldendoodles have weighed over 100 pounds. Upon reaching adulthood, a standard goldendoodle will often weigh 45 pounds or more. A medium goldendoodle will weigh between 30 to 45 pounds and a miniature goldendoodle will weigh approximately 15 to 30 pounds. It is very common for the golden doodle to inherit the "golden retriever bump" on top of his/her head. Common colors include white, cream, apricot, gold, and red. Goldendoodles may also be a light sandy brown. Goldendoodles are classified into types according to the breed of the Goldendoodle's parents. An F1 goldendoodle is the offspring of a poodle mated with a golden retriever. An F1B goldendoodle is the offspring of a poodle or golden retriever with an F1 goldendoodle. An F2B goldendoodle is the offspring of two F1B Goldendoodles.

A second generation backcross pup (F2B)  is the result of a Goldendoodle (F1)  bred to a Goldendoodle backcross (F1b).  Although three generations in the making, F2Bs are technically second generation dogs.  
1st generation pup - Golden Retriever x Poodle  - F1
1st generation pup - Goldendoodle x Poodle  - F1b
2nd generation pup - Goldendoodle backcross x Goldendoodle - F2B

Although there is less vigour in this generation than in the first,  the second generation backcross still is close enough in the breeding tree to the original hybrid to benefit  from hybrid vigour.  With each successive generation vigour is lost.

Coat Maintenance:  moderate to high care
Coat Description: Coat continues to grow in length although similar in appearance to a first generation Goldendoodle.  Coats are wavy or curly.
Shedding:  mostly nonshed
Allergy Friendliness:  recommended for families with moderate to severe allergies.