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We request that additional information be given to those who purchase Golden Retrievers about the overall health and longevity of the breed. We expect every breeder to support genetic research not only in doing the four major clearances but also by contributing to a DNA databank available to researchers. The Golden Retriever Club of America is responsible for collecting DNA on over 1000 of our current dogs along with a detailed health profile. There is no such pool of available information on cross bred animals. You mention wonderful results. That is a rather broad statement.

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This breed has seen an increase in popularity recently as people love the hypoallergenic properties any breed mixed with a poodle can possess. A Miniature Goldendoodle puppy can vary in size based on the generation of the dog. For instance, an F1 or 1st generation cross would be 50% Miniature Poodle and 50% Golden Retriever. The result is generally a dog that will be in the range of 30 40 pounds. When a Mini Goldendoodle is crossed with a Miniature Poodle, the result is an F1 B or 2nd generation. This hybrid dog breed will be smaller in size and will be more likely to possess hypo allergenic properties based on the fact it is 75% poodle.

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These solutions could certainly help, but would take a fair amount of time to be effective. Enter genetic engineering — why not isolate and incorporate those same resistance genes from wild relatives into the arabica genome?It certainly would be faster than cross breeding, and wouldn't require the development of new pesticides. The issue with domestic dogs Canis lupus familiaris is somewhat different. One has only to look at the wide variety of shapes and sizes to see that there's a lot of diversity within the dog species. But if you drill down to the various purebred animals, the same issue becomes apparent. Because they're trying to breed dogs to conform to physical standards and thus win at dog shows, breeders have resorted to breeding relatives with each other e. g. , fathers with daughters, siblings, etc. to retain and refine those coveted characteristics. And the results are animals with a variety of ills — German shepherds with hip dysplasia, short snouted dogs that can't breathe well and are intolerant of heat e. g.