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PostPosted: 01 Apr 2006, 20:59 
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hello loubeale

totally agree. i have a multi-gen labradoodle, my friend has an f1b and there is no difference whatsoever, in the multi-gen litter there were in fact a couple with straight coats......its not an exact science! think maybe pet labradoodles and breeding labradoodles should be seperate issues.

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I dont really care if the kennal club recognise this breed, I lost two lovely dogs I took to Spain, and after returning to the Uk said I would never have another dog. The Labradoodle has stole my heart, and all I want is a loving faithful pet that wants to be loved back.


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Hi Lou, your pup is the greatest, so lovely.
We spoke to the breeder of our pup today and she said his head is curly and his back is wavy, he will be 3 weeks old on Monday, I hope he is curly, as my last babies were, and I am used to that kind of coat. But what is to be will be. Thanks for taking the time to post the photo. :wink:


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