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Posted on: 4:35:45 PM 11/21/2004

It's not a garrentee that a Goldendoodle or a Labradoodle will not shed. As for crossing being healthier it is all depending on genitics. if you take a poodle with HD and genitically blind and cross it with a lab with the same problems chance are t...

Posted on: 11:07:36 PM 11/20/2004

Just becuase a dog is crossed with a poodle doesn't mean they are going to be allergy friendly. If you want a mixed breed which you know they are going to be allergy friendly I suggest a maltipoo or a schnoodle instead or go for a allergy friendly ...

Posted on: 10:49:34 PM 11/17/2004


Posted on: 11:24:54 PM 11/12/2004

Oh gosh they had Havaneses! They are now dirtying a beautiful rare breed now!

Posted on: 10:30:00 PM 11/3/2004

Ask the breeder of your dog for an opinion about breeding him. He/she knows the best about the pedigree of the dog. Have you met any of the siblings and know their temperment and health?

Posted on: 4:05:02 PM 10/18/2004

That's terrible! Make sure you update.

Posted on: 9:50:15 PM 10/14/2004

I don't really have any advice, but good luck.

Posted on: 2:30:51 PM 10/10/2004

Both sounds fine with me. Keep in mind a responsible breeder of a schnoodle is more harder to find then a schnauzer since they are a mixed breed and a popular one at that.

Posted on: 2:23:33 PM 10/10/2004

Although this place sounds better than most places. I still wouldn't buy from over there. Anyone over 18 can waltz in a buy a puppy. The breeders don't care who gets the puppies.

Posted on: 5:51:09 PM 10/8/2004

It's really sad that they are getting so much media. More irresponsible breeders going to keep popping up left and right. And more dogs will suffer from uneven temperment and bad health issues.

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