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Lady - F1 English Cream Golden Doodle
Golden Doodle

The Golden Doodle is a relatively new hybrid breed developed in the 1990’s. It is a cross between the French Poodle and the Golden Retriever. Because they are a mix between two pure breeds they are less prone to illness and congenital defects. The Golden Doodle carries key traits of each of its parent breeds. This results in high intelligence that makes them highly trainable, and a low to non-shedding coat which is good for people with allergies. These dogs are friendly and energetic making great family pets. Because of their quiet personality they are less prone to bark. Their intelligence and trainability make them good service dogs, and their amiable personality make them ideal companions for the elderly, the ill, and the hospital bound.


The Poodle is the national dog breed of France but was actually originally bred in Germany as a water retriever. It was highly prized for hunting ducks, partly because of its soft mouth when retrieving game. This dog is ranked as the second most intelligent dog, second only to the Border Collie. These dogs are highly valuable to people with allergies because they have hair, not fur which is hypoallergenic and odorless. Because of their intelligence, they are easy to train, but their playful and loving personality makes them a beloved family dog. Fun fact: in the 1800’s Poodles often performed in circuses while dressed up in small human clothes.

Despite being known now as a posh lapdog, the Poodle got its start in Germany as a water dog. It would be used to help hunt prey in the water, meaning that it is a surprisingly good swimmer. This hypoallergenic dog has several sizes: Toy, Miniature, Standard, and Medium and comes in a rainbow of different shades.

These dogs are alert, active, and trainable. They are not only descendants of now-extinct water dogs; they also have origins in the French Barbet. This is likely why this breed is so often associated with France instead of Germany.

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Old English Sheepdog

Have you seen Disney’s “The Shaggy Dog,” “The Little Mermaid,” or “101 Dalmations”? These movies all feature the Old English Sheepdog. This breed of dog is loved by many for its sociable and bubbly nature, its high intelligence often obscured by its clown-like personality. At the same time, this playful yet adaptive dog is highly protective of its loved ones. It features a thick double coat of hair, not fur, which is insulating and waterproof and not subject to a seasonal shed. In the late 1800s, the Old English Sheepdog was a wealthy family favorite owned by families like the Vanderbilts and the Guggenheims. This breed is a twice time Best of Show winner at Westminster, once in 1914 and again in 1975.

The Old English Sheepdog is another dog that looks like a bear. This large breed can weigh up to 100 pounds and reach two feet in height. These dogs were once known as Shepherd’s Dogs because they would help herd sheep. They emerged from cross-breeding early herding dogs. They originated in England.

English Cream Retriever

The English Cream Retriever is considered the third most popular dog breed in America. Due to their calm demeanor and intelligence, they make excellent hunting companions and can retrieve game both in water and on land. Hunters appreciate their soft mouth grip while retrieving game. These skills make them ideal for search and rescue operations as well. However, English Cream Retrievers are best known for their friendliness, playfulness and extreme devotion. These dogs are cuddlers. Their loving nature and intuitive connection to their owners makes them a wonderful family dog, while their enthusiasm and outgoing nature makes them ideal for therapy, guide and service dogs.

Charity English Cream Retriever

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