Arkansas Bear Creek Goldens and Doodles

Arkansas Bear Creek Goldens and Doodles

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Learn more about each dog breed in the Arkansas Bear Creek Goldens and Doodles breeding program below.

Six Male F1b Goldendoodle Puppies
(SOLD) F1b Male Goldendoodle Puppies Born on April 10, 2022
Golden Retriever Sitting Down

American Golden Retrievers

The Perfect Canine Companion

Golden Retrievers are the perfect canine companions because they are very loving and loyal. They receive the name “velcro dogs” because they always want to be right where you are.

American Golden Retrievers typically have taller, more lanky bodies.

  • Standard American male Golden retrievers typically weigh between 65-75 pounds.
  • Females typically weigh between 55-65 pounds.

Golden Retriever puppies make great:

  • Therapy dogs.
  • Service dogs and
  • Emotional support dogs.

This dog breed is very intelligent, easy to train, and lovable. With the proper training, your Golden Retriever can also be a good guard or watchdog. While the Golden Retriever is not known for being aggressive, it can be trained to guard your family with the proper commands.

Many Golden Retrievers enjoy the water and love to swim or go boating with their families.

Available Golden Retrievers

English Cream Golden Retrievers

Intelligence Paired with Great Personalities

English Cream Golden Retrievers have a shorter, stockier body build and light golden coloring. They often have a blocky head with ears that sit a little lower than the American Goldens.

  • The Standard English Golden Retriever males usually weigh between 50-75 pounds.
  • Females usually weigh between 45-70 pounds.

They are popular dogs because of their intelligence and great personalities. They are very loyal and loving companions.

An English Cream Golden Retriever puppy is often more mellow, and calm and has fewer health concerns as opposed to the American Golden Retriever. They are great choices for:

  • Family pets.
  • Service dogs.
  • Therapy dogs or
  • Emotional support dogs.

Many Golden Retrievers enjoy the water and love to swim or go boating with their families.

American Golden Retriever

Available Golden Retrievers

Red Poodle with pink hair bow Sitting on Couch

Poodles

High Intelligence and Activity

Poodles are known for their long, curly coat and minimal shedding qualities They are considered to be one of the most hypoallergenic dog breeds and are used to breed the popular designer “doodle” breeds. Poodles have excellent swimming abilities and superior intelligence

The temperament of Poodles is often described as alert, intelligent, loyal, trainable, active, and instinctual. They are very smart dogs and can learn commands and tricks very quickly. Poodles are known to be quite loyal and typically bond quickly with family members.

The breed is divided into four varieties based on size:

  • Standard (males weigh between 45 to 70 pounds and females weigh between 45-60 pounds),
  • Medium or Moyen (between 15-35 pounds; not recognized by the AKC as a typical size although they are recognized in Europe),
  • Miniature (between 12 to 20 pounds) and
  • Toy (between 6-9 pounds or less).

Poodles are definitely “people” dogs. A Poodle should be a member of the family. They do not like to be left alone for long periods of time. They will often entertain themselves when bored. Poodles do best with a fenced-in area where they can exercise or be walked on a leash for daily exercise. According to the Poodle Club of America, “A Poodle is a “person” and expects to be treated as one. Each one is a character and for that reason, they make wonderful companions.”

Available Standard Poodles

Goldendoodles

The Golden Retriever + Poodle

Goldendoodles are very popular family dogs. They are a great combination of the wonderful Golden Retriever and Poodle.

Goldendoodles come in a variety of sizes including:

  • Miniature (between 26-35 pounds),
  • Medium (between 36-50 pounds), and
  • Standard (usually 51 pounds or above).

Sizes will range from litter to litter depending on the sizes of the parents.

The F1 Goldendoodle

F1 Goldendoodles are the first-generation cross of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. This combination makes the puppy:

  • 50% Golden Retriever and
  • 50% Poodle.

The F1 Goldendoodles typically have a wavy coat. They can also have a wavy to curly coat like the Poodle or a more straight-haired coat like the Golden Retriever. This combination gives a wonderful alternative to those that love the beauty of a Golden Retriever, yet need a low-shedding dog due to allergies. While these dogs are not completely hypoallergenic they will typically shed much less than the traditional Golden Retriever. These fun-loving F1 Goldendoodles have the great personality and intelligence of both the Golden Retriever and Poodle and make wonderful family dogs.

The F1b Goldendoodle

An F1b Goldendoodle is made up of:

  • 25% Golden Retriever and
  • 75% Poodle.

Due to this mixture, F1b Goldendoodles are extremely popular for their hypoallergenic qualities. Combine the low- to no-shedding and the great personalities of both breeds and you have a great puppy!

Their coats can be:

  • Wavy.
  • Wavy to curly or
  • Curly.

Also, you will occasionally have a more straight-haired F1b Golden-doodle if it takes more after the Golden Retriever parent. While F1b Goldendoodles are often marketed as “no shedding,” they will sometimes shed. Especially when they transition from their puppy to adult coat. Combine their low-shedding characteristics and the great personalities of both breeds, and you have a great puppy!

Goldendoodles come in 3 sizes including:

  • Miniature (between 26-35 pounds),
  • Medium (between 36-50 pounds) and
  • Standard (usually 51 pounds or above).

Sizes will range from litter to litter depending on the sizes of the parents.

Goldendoodle Dog

Available Goldendoodles

An Aussiedoodle Sitting on Grass

Aussiedoodles

The Australian Shepherd + Poodle

Aussiedoodles are typically very intelligent due to the high intelligence of the Australian Shepherd and the Poodle. They can also be more high-energy and make great dogs for active families. The only downside to the Aussiedoodle is that they can quickly become bored. If they do not receive enough attention and exercise, they will often entertain themselves.

Aussiedoodles can come in many different sizes including:

  • Toy  (between 10-15 pounds)
  • Mini (between 15-30 pounds)
  • Medium (between 30-45 pounds) or
  • Standard (between 45-70 pounds).

Sizes will range from litter to litter depending on the sizes of the parents.

The F1 Aussiedoodle

The F1 Aussiedoodle is a first-generation cross of the beloved Australian Shepherd and the Poodle. This combination makes the F1 Aussiedoodle:

  • 50% Australian Shepherd and
  • 50% Poodle.

The coats of the F1 Aussiedoodles can be:

  • Wavy,
  • Wavy to curly or
  • Straight-haired.

The type of coat depends on which parent the puppy takes more after.

The F1b Aussiedoodle

The F1b Aussiedoodle is the 2nd-generation cross between an F1 Aussiedoodle and a Poodle. This typically makes the dog:

  • 25% Australian Shepherd and
  • 75% poodle.

The coats of the F1b Aussiedoodles can be:

  • Wavy,
  • Wavy to curly or
  • Curly coats.

Less frequently, they can take after the Australian Shepherd and have more straight-haired, wiry coats.

The Mini Aussiedoodle

 

Available Aussiedoodles

Labradoodles

The Labrador Retriever + Poodle

Labradoodles have fun-loving personalities and make great family dogs. They are typically friendly, easy-going, and good with children. They often love water and are great for families that like to swim, boat, or live near water.

The Labradoodles are intelligent dogs due to the high intelligence of the Labrador Retriever and Poodle. They also make good therapy dogs due to their intelligence and temperaments.

Labradoodles come in a variety of sizes including:

  • Miniature (between 20-30 pounds),
  • Medium (between 30-45 pounds) and
  • Standard (between 50-65 pounds).

Sizes will range from litter to litter depending on the sizes of the parents.

The F1 Labradoodle

F1 Labradoodles are the first-generation cross of a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle. This combination makes the puppy:

  • 50% labrador retriever and
  • 50% poodle.

The F1 Labradoodle typically has a wavier coat. They can also have a wavier to curly coat like the Poodle or a more straight-haired coat like the Labrador Retriever. This combination gives a wonderful alternative to the high-shedding characteristics of the Labrador Retriever.

The F1b Labradoodle

The F1b Labradoodle is the 2nd-generation cross between an F1 Labradoodle and a Poodle. This typically makes the puppies:

  • 25% Labrador Retriever and
  • 75% poodle.

The F1b Labradoodles coats can be:

  • Wavy,
  • Wavy to curly or
  • Curly.

Also, less frequently, they can take after the Labrador Retriever and have more straight-haired, wiry coats.

Brown Labradoodle Sitting on Floor

Available Labradoodles

The Labrador Retriever + Poodle

Labradoodles have fun-loving personalities and make great family dogs. They are typically friendly, easy-going, and good with children. They often love water and are great for families that like to swim, boat, or live near water.

The Labradoodles are intelligent dogs due to the high intelligence of the Labrador Retriever and Poodle. They also make good therapy dogs due to their intelligence and temperaments. Labradoodles come in a variety of sizes including:

  • Miniature (between 20-30 pounds),
  • Medium (between 30-45 pounds) and
  • Standard (between 50-65 pounds).

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