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    I just saw a casino commercial on TV and they showed perfect pairings, like Aces, etc etc, but the last example was a LABRADOODLE the perfect pairing DOG. Well, besides the issues of designer breeds, do you think today the Labradoodle is the "best" designer mix, or Goldendoodle or ?? if you had to pick one?

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    Out of all the "doodles," I find the golden retrieve/poodle mix is most tolerable. My parents own one, and she is a pretty great dog. Personally, I think she's absolutely perfect except for one thing: she's half golden retriever. The best "designer" mixes are ones that are bred for something other than looking cute. I've heard that they mix breeds for things like fly-ball, hunting, and other jobs. Possibly unpopular opinion: anyone breeding dogs better have a dang good reason, and "doodles" are not a good reason.

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    • #3
      I have never been a huge doodle fan, but now that I own 2 spoos, and a golden, I get WHY they mixed them. Any reduction on shedding is good, and all my golden poodle clients are not the crazy wing nuts that the lab poodles are

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      • #4
        I hate breeders playing Dr. Frankenstein. These 3 breeds are wonderful individually (Poo, Golden and Lab). As a mix, they are a disaster. I get freaked out when I sit and really look at a Golden doodle and see the 2 breed personalities fighting each other and no one wins. Any reputable breeder will never cross breed their dogs.

        Someone asked me if I was willing to breed my BISS GCH CH Irish to make Irish doodles. I laughed and said never will happen. No amount of money will make me change my mind.

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        • #5
          The "best" designer breed that I've come across is the Puggle. Every one that I've met has been a happy, and healthy dog.

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          • #6
            ALL of the doodles I groom are droolers so their beards are always wet, stained, and stinky and I couldn't live with that. Plus non of them got the poodle personality which is my personal preference. I don't mind the little poodle mixes at all though.

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            • #7
              I don't mind the Maltese/Poodles and the Yorkie/Poodles because it gives them some hair structure to work with, and most of the pet owners of Yorkies & Maltese want their dogs to be fluffy and off-standard anyway.

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              • #8
                The Chiweenie not as nippy as a Chihuahua and not digger like the Dachshund.

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                • #9
                  Wow some great answers in this thread, very intuitive. Makes you wonder about smart breeding for a true purpose rather than SHAZAAM designer nobodies for a buck.

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