Daisy & Nacho - Large Mini to Medium Size - F1 English Teddy Bear Goldendoodles
Large Mini to Medium Size - F1 English Teddy Bear Goldendoodles - Daisy is so sweet and loving. Her favorite thing to do is to stand up and give me a full body hug and she is so graceful I can barely feel her standing up on me as she is holding her weight on her hind legs, which is a poodle trait. Manners usually are not a trait of clumsy Golden Retrievers which you have to brace your self if they jump up on you. Daisy is well mannered and loving. We are blessed to have her and the Sire Nacho is a dream stud boy. Nacho is the son of Noah our 11 year old stud poodle that is now retires with an excellent long track record of producing healthy, sweet, calm puppies. This is an F1 litter which is the wide card for whether or not the puppies will shed and be good for allergies. If you have allergies DO NOT adopt from this litters, as all our other litters are allergy friendly and non-shedding.
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;)
Daisy's coat type is IC/IC and Nacho is F/F = 1/3 the litter will be IC/IC and 2/3 the litter will be F/IC. I do not DNA test the coat types of the puppies as the DNA test can not be performed until 3 weeks old and the results can take 4-6 weeks to get back and by then puppies are ready to go home.