lol JPJP!!Also, I think others have said this before, but even if your puppy looks like this initially, it does not mean he'll look the same when he matures... My best advice is to pick a dog you find attractive, but go for personality of the dog. I know adoption has been brought up before also. Why don't you try a poodle rescue or look for poodle mixes in your area too?
I know, easier said than done many times. I looked for a small sized, young dog (up to 1.5 years) for 3+ months in a tri-county area at shelters and found no dogs that would work for me. All were big, most were pitt or part pitt and the little ones in my area were mostly chi's (and I really don't care for that breed, not to offend anyone) or those crazy hairless dogs (again sorry, don't mean to offend!).
I was going to ask the same thing! But I assumed it was a non-existent breed because Perez Hilton is a little umm...well...of his rocker lol! HIGHLY entertaining man, but a little on the weird side!I have to ask, what the heck is a "mini Goldendoodle"? Are they now a "breed"?
Oh ok. But a "Goldendoodle" wouldnt be nearly that small!! Even if it were puppy. There is no way to get a Golden Retriever in "mini" size, is there? That would be pretty freaky.I think a Goldendoodle is a Golden Retriever and Poodle mix. Just as the Maltese and Poodle mix is a Maltipoo.
I guess you could breed a male mini poodle with a female Retriever, but still...so freaky! I bet a standard sized poodle/retriever mix would be adorable though!^^^ I've wondered about that too. Unless they are taking all the runts of the litters and breeding them and calling them mini? Or maybe it is b/c the poodle is a mini instead of standard????