Do you cross-breed/hybrid your dogs such as goldendoodles?

We do NOT mix breed or crossbreed/hybrids our dogs. We breed only purebreds.

When you are crossing two first-generation dogs, unlike purebred dogs, with a hybrid, you really do not know exactly what kind of temperament, size, or exact look of the dog will be. Purebred dogs are beneficial in that when you buy a purebred dog you know what you are getting, what kind of temperament and what type of care the dog will need and have a pretty good idea how much exercise the dog will require. You know the dog’s limits, whether it is capable of agility, hunting, search and rescue, police work, herding, flock guarding, or just simply being a companion dog.

A purebred dog is one that has been bred over many generations to breed true in-which each puppy that is born looks and has the same temperament and characteristics as the others. It takes many generations to develop the perfect breed like a golden retriever.
There are disadvantages to creating designer crossbreds, notably the potential that the cross will be of inferior quality or that it will not produce as consistent a result as would breeding purebred animals. Crossbreeding
trait does not always breed true. Breeders of crossbred animals may be less careful about genetic testing and weeding out undesirable traits certain deleterious dominant genes may still be passed on to a crossbred offspring.

Crossbred
– GoldendoodleCross breeding a golden retriever and a poodle.
Pros: Combining these two generation dogs for golden retriever lovers to benefit those with allegories as they are known to be hypoallergenic .
Cons: You really don’t know what kind of temperament or look of a dog you are getting. It could be a toss up from inheriting the golden retriever, the poodles or a mix temperament/look. Golden retriever’s are known to have one of the best temperaments, eager to please, loves children which makes them the worlds top family dog, as a poodle are known to be emotional sensitive to stress, tension, and loud voices, skittishness in some lines, or when not socialized enough, barking and serious health issues, which making this breed not good with small children.

When we breed just a golden retriever you are receiving exactly a golden retriever — A golden heart for the whole family!

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