Doodle Coats and colors
It is so important to have the correct doodle terminology when explaining your perfect doodle to me. For example: I had a wonderful family reach out asking for a SUPER CURLY sandy doodle. In my head, super curly means tight poodle curls and sandy meant possibly apricot? But when she showed me a picture of what she wanted, she meant a red wavy doodle. YOUR IN LUCK! Here at Dela Doodles we have every color, and every coat texture available.
Doodle Color Terminology
Parti (red and white)
At Dela Doodles not only do we test our breeding dogs for their genetic health, but also coat/trait testing. This is how we are able to produce the "teddy bear" look for our puppies. Some breeders will breed a poodle with a golden retriever also considered as an F1 goldendoodle and produce "improper coated doodles" They tend to look more golden retriever than doodles. **Dela Doodles does not produce improper coated doodles.**
Do you ever feel so confused when you hear people talking about F1, F1b, F2B or F3 doodles. Well let me explain to you what it all means. Please see the chart on the left.
At Dela Doodles we only produce :
F1bb (F1b goldendoodles bred with a poodle)
and F3 goldendoodles. (Goldendoodle bred with another goldendoodle)
I get asked often, "do you breed any F1b golden doodles as I heard that is the generation that will be more likely to be hypoallergenic." The answer is No.
Because doodles are a mixed breed, it is very difficult to go back more than a few generations to ensure the generation your doodle is. We introduce more poodle into our lines while carefully breeding to produce the doodle teddy bear look. Each female and male in our program was carefully chosen by their genetic makeup to be able to produce the most gorgeous Dela Doodle.