Here's a quote from the earlier thread. If I'm reading correctly you'd have an F1B or an F2.alwaysstressing said:I want to breed it to a poodle but i just want to know what i would call the puppies? I just bread a litter of F1's and recently sold them. My F1b is just six months old and not ready to bred yet but ive had several people say oh well that would just be a standard poodle u couldnt regester if u breed your f1b back to the poodle. I dont think thats right. Does anyone know what I would call the babys? An F what?
Actually i still have a variety in coat Looks as in the F1b labradoodles, the only difference is the flatter coated pup tend NOT to shedgsmagoo2 said:With an F1B being 75% poodle and 25% lab, breeding it back to a poodle, I would think it would be too much poodle, IMO....and I wouldn't think the generation would change. IMO, I would breed an F1B to an F1, or higher. Your generation would still only progress to one higher than the lowest, but would not have so much poodle that close.
If you havent done it you cant really say that, they do NOT look like poodles, they have a variety of coat types in the same litter,debbildog said:I'm with gsmagoo2 (Trina I believe?) Breeding a F1b back to a poodle pretty much takes the labra out of the doodle. Might as well just get a poodle at that point... But thats just my opinion!