Can goldendoodles reproduce?

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Well-bred Goldendoodles are outgoing, social dogs and often have an uncanny ability to communicate with their people.

Some Goldendoodles have even been trained as guide dogs.

The Goldendoodle is a crossbreed.

The Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle (usually a Standard or Miniature).

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Therefore, the offspring cannot reproduce.

The donkey is a different species to the horse, hence the genetic difference.

A Labradoodle is just the same as a mongrel – it's a dog.

Therefore, it can breed and successfully reproduce with other dogs; no matter what breed.

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Crossbreed dogs are not recognized by traditional breed registries, even if both parents are registered purebreds.

Some crossbred dogs, created by breeding two purebred dogs of different breeds, may have the advantage of heterosis, or crossbreed vigor.

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Ocelot Reproduction.

When mating, the female will find a den in a cave in a rocky bluff, a hollow tree, or a dense (preferably thorny) thicket.

Mating is non-seasonal.

The gestation period is estimated to be 70 days.

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Dogs reproduce through the mating process, where the male mounts the female during copulation, and after fertilization, the female experiences a 63-day gestation period before giving birth to a litter of puppies.

The female dog must be in the heat cycle in order for the mating process to be successful.

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Crossbreed dogs are not recognized by traditional breed registries, even if both parents are registered purebreds.

Some crossbred dogs, created by breeding two purebred dogs of different breeds, may have the advantage of heterosis, or crossbreed vigor.

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And they do exist—mules, for instance, are the result of a horse and donkey mating. But creating hybrids of animals that are very genetically distinct from each other – such as a dog and a cat – are impossible, as is one species giving birth to an entirely different one.
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Heartworms are spread to dogs through the bite of an infected mosquito.

Immature or juvenile Heartworms, called larvae, enter the dog's body at the site of the mosquito bite.

They then pass through the dog's tissue, enter the bloodstream and make their way to the heart.

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