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Here is the F1B litter that Scuffy comes from. We chose him as we thought we would be more spaniel, which is what we were looking for. We also loved the one on the far left, but he had just been taken. There are quite a few poodle ones, especially the cute little one on the far right! I think he/she will be more like a poodle than any of them. The main thing is despite their different looks, they all now have very woolly coats which I hope will be more non-moulting for allergy sufferers.
 

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They're so cute! Will be interesting to see how spaniely/poodley/cockapooy he ends up... Pareto is an F1 but much more spaniely than the rest of e litter, so interesting to compare when they're older.

The different gens are really interesting!

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Gorgeous - don't you want to just take them all home (imagine?!).

I've just been studying the photo of Benji & his litter to see if I could tell how much difference there was in terms of the spaniely/poodley combination! - but hard to tell from the photos I have and we only saw him with 2 other of his litter last time we saw him at 4 weeks!

I hope your breeder won the cute puppy competition!
 

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omg how cute so was mum a cockapoo and dad a poodle? xx
Yes, Mum is a Jandaz F1 Cockapoo and Dad is a miniature poodle. Her last litter were F2 cockapoos but not sure why she chose to do this this time. She does have another female cockapoo that looks completely like a spaniel, who may have come from the previous F2 litter, which may be the reason why she chose a poodle this time to try and ensure non-moulting coats. I didn't think to ask her at the time but have found out so much from this forum since! We didn't particularly seek an F1B but she happens to be local to us and is also happy to look after Scuffy if we need to leave him for any reason.
 

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Forgot to say - you are right in that F1B litters seem quite rare, although they seem to be quite common with the Labradoodles now. Not sure why though? I have googled this generation and there is some controversial info out there saying that F1B shouldn't be being done as genetics don't work that way but there are others that say it is perfectly OK. Let's hope so, although as we are not looking to use Scuffy as a stud dog then it should be OK.
 

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An F1B is a cockapoopoo or a cockacockapoo :)

I would be interested to reseach this mix further .. and will find out all about the genetics too..

I don't see why you couldn't use a F1B cockapoo as a stud :S
 

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I have googled this generation and there is some controversial info out there saying that F1B shouldn't be being done as genetics don't work that way but there are others that say it is perfectly OK.
Someone trying to turn Crossbreeds into Pedigrees ....

It will be interesting to see how the pups' coats develop, Scuffy certainly looks much straighter than some, I love his colouring :)
 

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Forgot to say - you are right in that F1B litters seem quite rare, although they seem to be quite common with the Labradoodles now. Not sure why though? I have googled this generation and there is some controversial info out there saying that F1B shouldn't be being done as genetics don't work that way but there are others that say it is perfectly OK. Let's hope so, although as we are not looking to use Scuffy as a stud dog then it should be OK.
There was a staggeringly gorgeous F1b goldendoodle (goldendoodle x standard poodle) at Remy's puppy social last week with a beautiful soft, curly, deep apricot coat. She was 14 inches and 10kg at just 13 weeks so will be a big girl.
 

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Yes, you can add him to the coat colours! I will try and get a better photo of him next week as he has a larger patches on his back too and by his tail. The last two pics I have had from the breeder looks like he is going to have quite a wavy coat, but not as curly as a poodle. It will be interesting to see.
 

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There was a staggeringly gorgeous F1b goldendoodle (goldendoodle x standard poodle) at Remy's puppy social last week with a beautiful soft, curly, deep apricot coat. She was 14 inches and 10kg at just 13 weeks so will be a big girl.
Here's a movie of Remy at her puppy social with the F1b Goldendoodle...
 
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