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She was raised on a farm and has been interested in caring for animals since she was a child. Sherry has been breeding dogs for over 8 years, and has built an outstanding reputation in the goldendoodle community, visit her Goldendoodles website advertise your Puppies for free on plentyofpuppiesArticle Source:http://EzineArticles. com/expert/Sherry Rupke/93889The Goldendoodle is a designer breed, or crossbreed of two different breeds, the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. The first Goldendoodle came about in 1969 when a lady, Monica Dickens decided to create a breed with the great qualities of the Golden Retriever and the Poodle. The Poodle is known to have a lot of fun, energetic qualities, it is highly intelligent and the best quality is that it is essentially a non shedding breed. The Golden Retriever is also very intelligent, loyal, sweet and generally, a gentle natured dog. The Goldendoodle breed did not become popular until the 1990’s, but since then, it has become a favorite family pet for many households. The Goldendoodle comes in a couple different colors, with the two primary being a sandy color and black. If you have ever seen a black Goldendoodle, then you know how beautiful they are, but here are five things you didn’t know. Although both types of dogs, the Golden Retrievers and the Poodles both have good dispositions by nature, what type of personality your pup will have as it grows into adulthood, is hard to determine. Some of their temperament will be determined by what type the parents have, and which side of the lineage the pup will inherit most.

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The first generation of the English Goldendoodle displays what is commonly referred to as “hybrid vigor,” a certain phenomenon in animal breeding where the first cross between two different purebreds comes out healthier and develops better than the actual parents. These hybrids are known to be excellent family dogs – intelligent, friendly, and affectionate. The backcross Goldendoodle, dubbed F1B, is produced by crossing a Poodle with a first generation Goldendoodle. These Goldendoodles tend to be more successful for non shedding traits, and are recommended for homes with allergy prone family members. Goldendoodles come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes. The coat is usually varies from wavy to curly and can grow for up to 2 3 inches in length. The hair is longer on the body, legs, ears, and tail than on the muzzle and head. The coat can be red, apricot, golden, gray, cream, white, copper, or black, but golden tends to be the most common. The coat seems to lighten with age, and the feathering can be white. Although the Goldendoodle is a relatively light shedder, it still needs some grooming. Most owners usually clip the coat for better maintenance.

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We breed well adjusted, properly socialized, sweet, loving Goldendoodle puppies with low to non shedding, allergy friendly coats. We specialize in English Goldendoodles as well as American Goldendoodles in F1, F1B, F2B and F3 Generations. We breed Goldendoodles in small, medium and large standard sizes. The Goldendoodle is a cross between the purebred Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. The breed is currently recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club and the International Canine Association as a Designer Dog Breed. According to Wikipedia, the Goldendoodle originated in 1990’s in North America and Australia. The idea was to create a breed with the great temperament of the family friendly Golden Retriever along with the intelligence of the Poodle. The presence of the Poodle make a highly trainable canine, and the Golden Retriever always aims to please. Just be cautious with stern discipline tactics, as the Goldendoodle may have a hard time letting training failure roll off it’s back. Always train with a positive energy using lots of re enforcement with any breed. It was also thought that by crossing these breeds you would potentially create an effective solution for a guide/service dog for disabled people with allergies.

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