What is a Teddy Bear Goldendoodle?
A Teddy Bear Goldendoodle is a cross between an English Cream Golden Retriever and a poodle. The English Cream come from European lines and tend to be stockier and have a blockier head which gives the "Teddy Bear look". The English Cream tends to have a more laid back calmer temperament than the American Standard Golden Retriever. So the term English Cream Teddy Bear Goldendoodle simply means the lines come from The English Cream Golden Retriever rather than the American Golden Retriever. My female Goldens come from the English Cream lines.
Even though the Female English Creams are lighter in color if bred to a brown, apricot or black poodle you may get an array of colors in a litter. We have 2 English Cream female Golden Retrievers that were bred to our brown Standard poodle. We expect to have an array of colors from White to light tan to brown maybe even some rare blacks.
We have f1 Teddy Bear English Goldendoodles which are first generation meaning they are the product of an AKC Golden Retriever and an AKC Standard poodle.They have a long lifespan of 15 years due to "Hybrid Vigor". They are low shedding.
We also raise f1b Teddy Bear English Goldendoodles. They are first generation and the product of a CKC f1 Goldendoodle crossed with an AKC Poodle . They are non shedding and very hypoallergenic.
Why English Cream lines? We raise the English Cream lines and we carefully select these lines. The English Cream lines seem to be a calmer more laid back Goldendoodle.
If you have any questions about the Goldendoodle feel free to call Julie at 205-789-8047 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com