(Closed) Please help me identify this dog breed

posted 6 years ago in Pets
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Looks like a mutt-a-doodle. Probably a lab poodle mix.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

@abbyful:  I agree. They’re adorable

Post # 5
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

@abbyful:  I agree, looks like a few labradoodles I’ve seen. I just want to snuggle him/her!

Post # 6
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: March 2012

why don’t you email the website .. they probably know…………. he’s soooo cute

 

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

A doodle! They are wonderful pets but it would be very difficult to find one that’s in need of rescue since they’re a designer dog in very high demand right now (when I was looking at different breeder’s websites they wanted up to $1500 depending on the size/color/sex) but if you keep scouring Petfinder I’m sure you can eventually find one, or even find another type of mutt that’s just as cuddly and cute. 🙂

Post # 8
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012 - Muckenthaler Cultural Center

labradoodle or goldendoodle! Their fur becomes less curly and more wavy once they’re 4th generation doodles!

Post # 10
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Bumble bee

That looks almost exactly like Coco, one of my Sadie’s playmates, and Coco is a Goldendoodle!  She was also a rescue picked up from the pound.  Try your luck with Petfinder.com!

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee

I see PLENTY of Doodle concoctions in shelters. I can’t find any S’poos actually… Not that I’m looking. 

 

Wait it out, also, people often rehome on CL or other sites. Just make sure you’re not buying from a BYB and it actually is someone who misjudged dog owning.

 

Honestly though, a Goldendoodle/Labradoodle won’t turn out like this all the time. being mutts they have little genetic predictability. It’s basically just tossing in a bunch of possible traits and something that combines some of them will come out.

 

 

…..Also, every doodle I’ve met has been a nutcase. I don’t know why this is.

 

Also, the reason they go for so much is for no other reason than people will pay that to have a ‘cool’ dog. The people who breed these dogs do it for nothing but profit. You’d be hard-pressed to et health certs from one of these people. It’s disgusting.

 

You can get a very well bred puppy for that price, just not a mutt. You’d have to find someone through a breed club or something like that, as well as pass a few different requirements from the breeder. Also, if you go through a reputable breeder they ALWAYS take their puppies back, no matter the reason. That would be stated in a contract.

Post # 12
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Goldendoodles are hypoallergenic and do not shed. So cute.

Post # 13
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

Please do your research if you are going to a breeder– no reputable breeder is breeding mutts. 

Check shelters and rescues if you’re trying to find a poodle mix.

Post # 14
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Buzzing bee

@JustMarried51912:  Not true. They can be shedding MONSTERS. They are half Lab/Golden, after all. The allergy thing also can be just as much a problem.

 

Poodles don’t shed though.

Post # 15
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

We have a labradoodle that we rescued. There are several rescue groups on fb. The one I keep an eye on (and they are out of the U.S.) is called Doodle Rescue Collective, Inc.

Doodles make great additions to the family! And yes, depending on the dog/breeding they can still shed. And thank you for wanting to go to a rescue. You are saving a life instead of contributing to pet over-population.

Post # 16
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

@Baimee:  My dog isn’t a nut case.

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