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  • Congratulations. They are both beautiful. 

  • So cute!  I'm assuming different litters by the color difference.  Enjoy them!

  • Congratulations! They are both SO CUTE! Is there some Australian Shepherd in the darker one? Enjoy your new puppies.

    • There would have to be, because there is no merle gene in Poodles or Goldens. 

      • From an article regarding Merle poodles and doodles and yes there is a merle gene in Poodles.  His father is 100 poodle and is Merle.   "There are many People out there that insist that Merle is not a naturally existing colour is Poodles and therefore not in Goldendoodles as we know for sure merle is not a colour found in Golden Retrievers. Many of these people will claim that it is naturally occurring in many other breeds though, such as Australian Shepherd, Great Danes, and Dachshunds. So, we have a problem as nobody knows for 100% sure where the merle gene comes from in Poodles. We do know with 100% certainty that there are AKC Registered Merle Poodles. There are several AKC Breeders that register them regularly."

        • Begging your pardon, I don't know where you got that article from, I would guess from a doodle breeder's site, but there is no merle gene in Poodles. I've been involved with Poodles for 55 years and am associated with some of the top Poodle breeders and handlers in the country. There is not one single merle Poodle registered with the AKC or UKC, it isn't even an option. The AKC will not register any Poodle listed as merle. So whoever wrote that is either uninformed or deliberately being misleading. 
          I will be happy to give you some accurate and reliable information about this. 

        • Yep, that's from the Kent family Farms website. Not a very reliable source of information about Poodles. 

        • Enjoy your puppies, they are very cute. 

  • Both dogs are beautiful and obviously well-loved already. They will look striking  when you walk them together. 

    • Thank you.

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