F1 Breed Examples
Groodles are a crossbreed of two very popular dogs, the Golden Retriever and the Poodle. This first generation is called an F1 Groodle with 50% golden retriever genes and 50% poodle genetics.
When bred in this way one can find fleecy coats among them as well as some light shedding from their coat which makes it perfect for pet owners who have allergies or other sensitivities to dog hair!
An F1 Labradoodle is a cross between your favorite pups, the Labrador and Poodle.
These curly-tailed furballs are 50% poochy goodness from both sides of their family tree!
A fluffy pup with all of the traits you love about each breed: fun loving personalities, intelligence to match their enthusiasm for learning new things (including tricks!).
Not to mention, easy grooming needs, relatively low shedding capabilities – plus those signature dog smells that just make life better in general.
What’s not to love?!
A first generation (F1) Cavoodle is the offspring of a cross between two pure breeds, toy poodles and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.
Many breeders only have one parent in each side to keep consistent with their different genetics while still ensuring that they’re both low shedding dogs.
They are typically an even mix of both parents’ features without any surprises when it comes to health or coat type!
F1 Maltipoos are the first generation. This is when a purebred toy Poodle and Purebred Toy Maltese get crossed, resulting in puppies of mixed heritage called F1 MaltaPoo’s.
F1 Maltipopoes get their name from what happens when you cross two different genera: A Pure-Bred Toy Poodle, which has been bred to make it smaller while still retaining its intelligence and loyalty; combined with an equally as small breed such as the Pure-Bred Toy Malteeze resulting offspring would have most likely inherited traits like size (around 6 pounds), energy level, lifespan etc., features retained through selective