Abby's Dallas & Rufus - F2B Mini Size Irish English Teddy Bear Goldendoodles
F2B Mini Size Irish English Teddy Bear Goldendoodles - If you want dark red with white tuxedo markings, this is the litter for you. 15-28 lbs. range. This sweet pair will create gorgeous pups that can retain their dark red coats, because we added an Irish Setter into their pedigree. Dallas's mom is Bessie, Bessie is half Golden Retriever and half Irish Setter, which creates the hybrid vigor, eliminating diseases and health issues that either breed carries for. We DNA test all our breeding dogs for diseases to create the healthiest puppies available. Most diseases take both the Sire and Dam to carry said disease for the offspring to inherit the disease, the breeding is called hybrid vigor. We continue the hybrid vigor by continuing to DNA test their offspring before breeding them, so every generation following is as healthy as the first. Joplin's dad is Noah our sweet miniature poodle that will be 11 years old in May 2020 and is very healthy with a proven history of healthy offspring. Noah weighs 18 lbs. Dallas is 28 lbs. and Rufus is 15 lbs.; thus I predict their offspring to be in the 15-28 lbs range. With their long legs, boxy build, and gorgeous fluffy fury coats they sure look bigger without killing your back to pick them up, because you know they want hugs all the time. They like to stand up on you and get a full body hug, with the graceful poodle bloodline in them they are light as feather and when they stand up on you holding their weight on their hinds legs. You can barley feel a Goldendoodle putting any weight on you. Unlike the Golden Retriever or Irish Setter, if they stand up on you you have to brace yourself to hold their weight. I love my Goldendoodle hugging me.
This litter is Non-shedding and Allergy friendly.
The shed and allergy factor of a Goldendoodle can be different from Breeder to Breeder depending on the Coat Type their Goldendoodles have inherited. At Hilltop Pups we DNA test the coat type of all our dogs so we can create the most non-shedding hypoallergenic coat as possible. When breeding a Goldendoodle to a Goldendoodle the parent dogs need to be DNA tested for "IC" Improper Coat, which determines the dogs shed factor. If one of the Goldendoodles in the pairing is F/F gene carrier for Furnishing and the other is F/F or F/IC a carrier for IC then none of the puppies will shed. I follow this DNA rule when breeding to make sure my dogs are non-shedding and allergy friendly. No guess work involved here past the first generation; as first generation is the crossing between the Golden Retriever and Poodle the coat types will vary widely in the litter;) You can brush them and not even get hair to pull out.
Dallas coat type is F/IC and Rufus is F/F