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Old 01-30-2010, 11:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What do you think the lab/golden retriever community thinks of labradoodle and goldendoodle breeding? Same as us?
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Yeah, it looks that way: http://www.lab-retriever.net/board/d...-t7349193.html
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Haha, wow, that's one spicey thread!
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Lol!

I didn't really think of it that way!

Lab people must hate to see the labradoodle.

I think we think it that way because, all of these mutts all have one thing in common: The Poodle.

So it's not so much the other breeds involved, bar the Labrador
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There is even one doodle breeder in the US who has " invented " a cross between a goldendoodle and a labradoodle and is calling them the "north american retriever". BWAHAHAHAHA Honest to goodness, it's true.
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There is even one doodle breeder in the US who has " invented " a cross between a goldendoodle and a labradoodle and is calling them the "north american retriever". BWAHAHAHAHA Honest to goodness, it's true.
OMG!! And she will likely get $3,000 for them!!
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Golden doodles are a dime a dozen in my home town - when I talk to the owners about grooming - (I refer to them as my dog's poor country cousin) - I think that most like the "look" of their doodle and are honestly surprised when I tell them that I can get my purebred standard poodles to look like their doodles in just a few months of hair growth and they will GUARANTEED to be non-shedding (which is what most doodle owners are after). I think that most doodle owners think that poodles don't grow hair on their faces and feet. They have no idea that they are actually groomed this way. LOL
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Golden doodles are a dime a dozen in my home town - when I talk to the owners about grooming - (I refer to them as my dog's poor country cousin) - I think that most like the "look" of their doodle and are honestly surprised when I tell them that I can get my purebred standard poodles to look like their doodles in just a few months of hair growth and they will GUARANTEED to be non-shedding (which is what most doodle owners are after). I think that most doodle owners think that poodles don't grow hair on their faces and feet. They have no idea that they are actually groomed this way. LOL
Thats exactly right! They grow 2 pieces of perfectly round fur circles on their butts!
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I know the Labrador club has a statement on their site that says they are against cross breeding. IDK about the Golden Retriever club but I imagine they have something similar.
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Kanatadoggroomer is right about that. People are often surprised when I tell them Teddy is full poodle. When I say, you probably can't see it because his face isn't shaved, they go 'ah'.

You know, the first poodle I ever had contact with was a mini owned by one of my friends' family. It was a black kept perpetually in a puppy clip with a fuzzy face. I guess for some people it's the opposite.
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