Breed Information

Sheepadoodles

 

A Sheepadoodle is a brilliant fun mix between the goofy Old English Sheepdog and the highly intelligent, affable Standard Poodle. They are a playful, good natured combination that is welcomed in a variety of homes with older children and adults who are seeking a dog with energy and charisma. Sheepadoodles are hypoallergenic and do not shed. They require regular grooming. They show a high level of loyalty to their owners.

Goldendoodle

 

GoldenDoodle is an intentional mix of a Golden Retriever and a Standard Poodle. The two breeds create a highly intelligent, loyal and family friendly dog. Golden Retrievers are considered the all American dog loved by families with children of all ages while the Poodle is beloved for their high intelligence, energy and hypoallergenic coat.

This dog was created for those seeking the family friendly Golden Retriever personality with the hypoallergenic Poodle coat. It’s the best of both worlds and the breed is often sought out for therapy and service dogs.

First generation (F1) Goldendoodles: 1 parent is a Golden Retriever and 1 parent is a Poodle. This generation will most likely have a wavy with loose curls type of coat. Some coats will be allergy friendly while others will still shed but often less shedding than the typical Golden Retriever.

First Generation Backcross (F1b): Golden Doodle (F1) + Poodle. This generation will have more of the coats that are typically less shedding and better options for those with allergies.

Bernedoodle

A Bernedoodle is a mix of the Bernese Mountain Dog and Poodle. The two breeds create a clever, goofy, gentle, and loyal family pet. Bernedoodles create the best of both worlds with the energetic Poodle mellowed out by the go with the flow, laid back Bernese Mountain Dog. A Bernedoodle has a low to non-shedding coat which is favored by those who are seeking a dog who will fit the allergy needs of family and friends.