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to retain and refine those coveted characteristics. And the results are animals with a variety of ills — German shepherds with hip dysplasia, short snouted dogs that can't breathe well and are intolerant of heat e. g. , English bulldogs, boxers, and pugs, Siberian huskies with endocrine problems, for example. It's not a cheap problem — Americans spend billions on veterinary care for their pets, and while it's not all due to inbreeding issues, a lot is. It's no wonder that some breeders and customers have been making cross breeds such as the goldendoodle golden retriever poodle cross or the cockapoo cocker spaniel poodle cross more popular. There are certainly means of dealing with the morbidity issues in purebred dogs. One solution of course is increasing the within breed genetic diversity, perhaps by bringing in unrelated or less related dogs of the same breed and/or cross breeding with other breeds. And with respect to the specific diseases that many purebreds carry, isolating suspect genes and replacing them with other versions either from the same or different breeds could provide a clear benefit. It remains to be seen how those involved with the various breeds will cope with these issues. However, gene therapy just might be the fastest and most efficient way to deal with them.

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Multi generational Goldendoodles come from breeding Goldendoodles to Goldendoodles. It is these dogs that are being used to improve and standardize the temperament, type and coat of this up and coming “breed. ” Multi generational Goldendoodles have the most consistent characteristics. They are the best bet for people with allergies. Unfortunately, most Goldendoodles in the United States are still first generation dogs that have a Standard Poodle and a Golden Retriever as parents. Multi generational Goldendoodles remain relatively rare.

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Von Willebrands vWd bleeding disorder DNA or Blood screen5. Sebaceous Adenitis SA Skin Disorder Thyroid malfunctions Not Required but a highly recommended test for all breeding dogs. Tests required for breeding of Miniature and Toy Poodles. 1. Hips for HD and Legg Perves Disease OFA, Penn hip or OVC2. Stifles for Luxating Patella's3. Eyes CERF Required Yearly4. Von Willebrands Disease vWd DNA or Blood screen Thyroid malfunctions Not Required but a highly recommended test for all breeding dogsI have given you a brief description of the doodle. If you have more questions about this breed you are more then welcome to visit my website. These dogs are becoming very popular and there is no question in my mind why this is. They are amazing with kids and can live in almost any type of environment.