Barley is amazing. However, you want to do your homework first!If you choose a good breeder you should be able to go on the property and look at your choice of puppy at 6 wks. of age no sooner. The breeder should also be willing to show you mom and dad of pups. I don't think there is such thing as a non allergenic dog. Barley does not shed!His dad is std poodle and mom gld retriever.
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'nuff said. Some of us want a mix breed that has the benefits of a poodle and retrieve, the lower chance of problems from a mix breed, and from a reputable breeder, enabling us to look at the history of the parents so we can estimate the chance of genetic disease or other problems carried through. Just going to the pound to get any old mix breed dog is not the same, you shouldn't be so ignorant to truly think it is. We have an amazing Goldendoodle!I spent a lot of time researching them before we decided to take the leap and purchase one. We ended up finding a litter advertised in our local paper as F1's in a nearby town. We were so excited and rushed to see them. It ended up being nothing more than a puppy mill. The puppies were filthy, no parents on site etc. We were about to leave when we spotted the scrawniest puppy sitting in the corner shaking. As soon as we looked into her eyes, we knew we had to take her or she would surely die there. There wasn't an ounce of fat on her, poor thing.