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DOODS & COAT COLOURS

Apricot /Red

An apricot coloured dog has fur the colour of the inside of a peach.  Many apricot coats will fade over time, and some will deepen in colour. A red coloured dog has fur the same colour as an Irish Setter and while some highlighting may occur, the coat remains a deep red. All dogs with an “ee” pair will be Cream (cream means any of the following colors: white, cream, apricot, red, yellow (as in Labs), golden (as in Goldens) BBee is a cream dog Bbee is a cream dog carrying recessive brown bbee is a cream dog with brown pigment (caramel) Shades of those basic colours are modified by other genes Click here for more information on Coat Colour Basics. F1 Goldendoodle Emmy at 8 weeks and 1 ½ years F1 Goldendoodle Socrates at 8 weeks and at 4 months F1 Goldendoodle Chewbacca as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Reagan at 4 months and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Buddy at 8 weeks and at 1 year F1 Goldendoodle Kaya at 13 weeks and at 2.5 years F1 Goldendoodle Kramer as a pup and full grown F1 Goldendoodle Mowgli as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Murphy at 7 weeks as a pup F1 Goldendoodle Nelson as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Rosie at 5 weeks and at 8 months F1 Goldendoodle Rusty as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Dewie at 6 weeks and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Ginger at 11 weeks and at 5 months F1 Goldendoodle Bluto as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Wrigley at 3 months and at 1 year F1 Goldendoodle Winnie at 7 weeks and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Cody as a pup and at 8 ½ months F1b Goldendoodle Scamper as a pup and at 2 years F1b Goldendoodle Emmie, a mini, as a pup and at 10 months F1b Goldendoodle Reese at 6 weeks a pup and at 6 months Multigeneration Labradoodle Rosie as a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Natalie as a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Dreamer as a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Ozzie  as a pup and as an adult
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DOODS & COAT COLOURS

Apricot /Red

An apricot coloured dog has fur the colour of the inside of a peach.  Many apricot coats will fade over time, and some will deepen in colour. A red coloured dog has fur the same colour as an Irish Setter and while some highlighting may occur, the coat remains a deep red. All dogs with an “ee” pair will be Cream (cream means any of the following colors: white, cream, apricot, red, yellow (as in Labs), golden (as in Goldens) BBee is a cream dog Bbee is a cream dog carrying recessive brown bbee is a cream dog with brown pigment (caramel) Shades of those basic colours are modified by other genes Click here for more information on Coat Colour Basics. F1 Goldendoodle Emmy at 8 weeks and 1 ½ years F1 Goldendoodle Socrates at 8 weeks and at 4 months F1 Goldendoodle Chewbacca as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Reagan at 4 months and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Buddy at 8 weeks and at 1 year F1 Goldendoodle Kaya at 13 weeks and at 2.5 years F1 Goldendoodle Kramer as a pup and full grown F1 Goldendoodle Mowgli as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Murphy at 7 weeks as a pup F1 Goldendoodle Nelson as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Rosie at 5 weeks and at 8 months F1 Goldendoodle Rusty as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Dewie at 6 weeks and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Ginger at 11 weeks and at 5 months F1 Goldendoodle Bluto as a pup and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Wrigley at 3 months and at 1 year F1 Goldendoodle Winnie at 7 weeks and as an adult F1 Goldendoodle Cody as a pup and at 8 ½ months F1b Goldendoodle Scamper as a pup and at 2 years F1b Goldendoodle Emmie, a mini, as a pup and at 10 months F1b Goldendoodle Reese at 6 weeks a pup and at 6 months Multigeneration Labradoodle Rosie as a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Natalie as a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Dreamer as a pup and as an adult Multigeneration Labradoodle Ozzie  as a pup and as an adult
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The information contained on this site is in no way intended to replace that of proper veterinary advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.