The F1b Mini Goldendoodle is produced by breeding an F1 Goldendoodle (which is half [50%] golden retriever and half [50%] standard poodle) with a mini poodle. This makes an F1B mini Goldendoodle three fourths [75%] poodle and one fourth [25%] golden retriever.
The F1B Mini Goldendoodle often credited with a
Even though an F1B mini Goldendoodles will be 75 percent poodle, your F1B Goldendoodle will not necessarily look like a poodle or have the temperament of a poodle.
Did you know F1B Goldendoodles Are Often Used As Therapy Dogs?
The 75% poodle in their genealogy will mostly pertain to the non-shedding and hypo-allergenic factors. This breed is often used as therapy dogs. They are loving, affectionate, and are easily trained.
How Much Do F1B Mini Goldendoodles Typically Weigh?
F1B Mini Goldendoodles typically weigh in the 15 to 35 pound or 6.8 to 15.8 kilograms.
How Big Do F1B Mini Goldendoodles Typically Get?
F1B Mini Goldendoodles typically grow to be 13 to 20 inches or 33 centimeters to 50.8 centimeters tall. This compares to a standard size Goldendoodle that ranges from 17 to 20 inches by comparison.
What Does F1, F1B, F2, etc. Mean When Describing a Goldendoodle?
The F1, F1B, F2, F3, etc. all describe the crosses between parents and grand parents that make up the
Here’s a simple breakdown on how it all works:
- An F1
goldendoodleis the offspring of a poodle bred with a golden retriever.
- An F1B Goldendoodle is the offspring of a poodle and an F1 Goldendoodle.
- An F2 Goldendoodle is the offspring of an F1 and another F1
goldendoodle, and an F2B Goldendoodle is the offspring of an F1 and an F1B Goldendoodles.
- Some people have started mating F3 Goldendoodles between two F2 Goldendoodles.
The next time you hear someone talking about having an F1B or F2B Mini Goldendoodle you will know exactly what they are talking about.
If you forget, you can always just say, “I hear those dogs are great because they don’t shed.” Then let all of us Doodle owners go on and on about how great our dogs are – LOL.
My two daughters and my Goldendoodle all use this same