MULTIGEN English Goldendoodles
This generation has a good success rate for non-shedding, compared to the F1 & F2 Generations. This generation can work for families with moderate to severe allergies. Many families desire this breeding because it has a little more Golden Retriever than the F1B. (37.5% Golden Retriever and 62.5% Poodle)
Multigens can have a variety of coat types including, loose-wavy, straight & curly.
Multigens like the F1B's, can have a variety of coat colors: Ultra Cream, Apricots, Champagne, Red, Blacks and many other color variations.
Most of the information you may find on the internet is about F1’s and/or F1b’s. Very little information is found about the multigens since it takes years to develop a breeding program of multigens from one’s own line.
However, there are a handful of us who have been breeding for a substantial amount of time and have developed our own multigen lines.
In addition to producing what we feel are more predictable coats for less shedding and better for allergy sufferers, by focusing on producing multigen goldendoodles, we are able to have only goldendoodles in our breeding program and can keep back puppies from our own tested and proven lines. We have dogs in our program who are 4th generation from our original breeding dog With each generation, we select the cream of the crop from the cream of the crop, thereby strengthening the line by breeding only tested dogs from tested parents, grandparents, and even great-grandparents. We know not only the health but the temperament and personalities of the line of dogs we have created, before selecting a puppy from our litters to retain as a future parent dog.
Some of our families come to us for a puppy that will be a service or therapy or companion dog for a child with special needs. Many of those families tell us that their children have allergies and are seeking an allergy-friendly, low shed puppy and the multgen fits that bill perfectly. Many of these service dogs accompany their families wherever they go, so the low shedding factor is appreciated not only by the family, but by the owners and patrons of the establishments they frequent