Why does my Goldendoodle Lick so Much?

Everyone knows dogs lick a lot, right? In fact, some of us crazy dog owners even sign cards from our dog with ‘love and licks’. Often even cartoon dogs are often portrayed giving out big sloppy licks, but have you ever wondered why? There are many reasons that Goldendoodles lick both you, themselves and objects. … Read more

Is the Merle Gene Bad? We Investigate

What is the Merle Gene? Merle, as you might be aware is a particularly striking coat color/pattern seen in many breeds of dogs including Poodles and consequently Doodles. Merle dogs have a very beautiful distinctive mottled patterned coat, usually with a blue-grey base but they can also be red or black. They often have blue … Read more

Poodle Color Breeding Chart

How Many Colors of Poodles are there? Poodles come in many colors and patterns and that’s what we’re going to explore in this article. Let’s start with solid colors. Solid colored Poodles are the same color all over with no markings. Poodle Colors Black – Black is one of the most popular colors and many … Read more

How are Aussiedoodles Bred? Our Guide

The Aussiedoodle, or the Aussiepoo, is bred by crossing the Australian Shepherd with the Poodle (Standard, Miniature, and Toy are all used). This creates an F1 (first generation) Aussiedoodle. Further generations can be bred by breeding 2 F1’s or backcrossing the F1 back to the parent breed. What is an Aussiedoodle? The Aussiedoodle is one … Read more

The Flandoodle Breed: Health, Temperament, and Care

The Flandoodle is one of the least well known of the Doodle breeds, indeed one you may never have heard of at all! What is a Flandoodle? This unusual Doodle is a cross between the Bouvier Des Flandres and the Standard Poodle. Both are large, non-shedding breeds themselves which means that the Flandoodle is always … Read more

Giant Doodle Dog Breeds – A Complete Guide

A dog is classified as a giant once it hits 100lbs in weight. There are many Doodle crosses that fall into the category. These include the Newfypoo, the Bernedoodle, the St Berdoodle, the Great Danoodle, and the Irish Wolfadoodle. Giant Doodles can weigh in at over 150lbs and stand up to 36″ tall. Introduction to … Read more