What is the Genetic Perfect Mixture of the Hybrid Dog,
Genetic Perfect Blend of Hybrid dogs. Goliath Saint Berdoodle F1GPB puppies.
The F1GPB Goliath Saint Berdoodle puppy, what is it?
Refer to the Genetic DNA testing results and Family Tree Charts below, to see what makes up the F1GPB puppy, and also see, the test results done on one of our puppy's DNA, who was tested for over 150 Genetic Disease-causing mutations, and CLEARED them all
If you are looking for the Genetic Perfect Blend of Saint Berdoodle, or any Doodle for that matter, read on to find out just what is considered the perfect mixture of Saint Berdoodle.
F1GPB is the letters with the number 1, I have named and assigned to Genetic Perfect Blend puppies, and henceforth I will refer to these puppies as our F1GPB puppies.
F1 (for filial, or offspring stemming from (1) the first offspring, coming from the parents that are bred together, to create the perfect genetic percentage ratio of Saint Berdoodle puppy. The GP is two fold in meaning, for Perfect, and Percentage, and the "B" is for Blend, meaning Genetic Perfect Percentage Blend, based on a genetic percentage of 62.5% Saint Bernard and 37.5% Poodle ratio.
The ratio of the Genetic Perfect Blend or mixture is in regards to percentages of the dog being a 62.5 5 + 37.5% genetic mix, in keeping with the traits of the Saint Bernard and the non shedding, hypoallergenic traits of the Poodle.
What does the "F" stand for in the designer hybrid dog world?
The "F" stands for the Latin word "filial" and is related to offspring, of the parents.
It is a adj. that describes the dogs generation or lineage filial
1. Having or assuming the relationship of puppy or offspring to its parent.
2. Genetically it pertains to the order of the generation of the puppies following the parents generations. Each generation of hybrid is given the "F" and then a number after it to indicate its place in the generations
F1 and F1b are gentic hybrid terms, for your dog.
F1, F1b, etc. is a term used in science for any hybrid generation, whether it is animals or plants.
F1 is the first cross of 2 different parents, such as Saint Bernard x Poodle and this gives you an F1 litter of puppies called F1 Saint berdoodles.
The "F" stands for filial, and F1 is the first hybrid generation. F1b stands for an F1 generation bred back to a parent breed.
Example of an F1B is a Saint Bernard x Saint Berdoodle. The litter is called an F1b litter, and usually takes on more of the traits of the Saint Bernard. An F1B puppy who is a Poodle x Saint Berdoodle parent is also called an F1B and has more of the traits of the Poodle because it is 3/4 Poodle and 1/4 Saint Bernard.
Because The F1B, with the one parent being the Saint Bernard x Saint Berdoodle parent has more Saint Bernard in it, and less Poodle, there is a higher probability of some shedding, and drooling if the F1B puppy does not come from a Dry Mouth Saint Bernard parent. Those who are breeding the F1B Saint Berdoodles with a drooling Saint Bernard may find they pick up the drooling traits in their f1B puppies. We breed our Saint Berdoodles with our Dry Mouth Saint Bernard's in order to cut out the drooling of our Saint Berdoodles, and this is even more of a benefit when breeding the F1B puppies, for those wishing to have more of the Saint Bernard traits in their puppy minus the drooling. A lot of families can live with minimal shedding, but the drooling is not something families want to deal with, myself included.
Read about our Dry Mouth Saint Bernard's on our Benefits of the Dry Mouth page.
In the F1B more Saint Bernard puppies you will find that generally these puppies may shed, they however will not shed as much as the Saint Bernard does, but there may be some shedding. These puppies would not be suitable for anyone with more severe allergies, mild allergy sufferers may be okay depending upon the puppy's hair coat. We have however had F1B puppy's with strong wavy and curly coats crop out of our F1B litters and they have not shed. However this is not the norm for the F1B litter .
Each puppy's coat in the F1B would need to be considered individually, to see if it has indeed cropped out with more of the Poodle coat. Amazingly it does happen, and in most litters we have found a few puppies like this.
Our suggestion is.... if you have allergies do not consider the F1B more Saint Bernard.
An F1B puppy who has more Poodle in it, is the best choice for families with more severe allergies, and looking for a puppy with the highest non shedding factor closest to the Poodle. They would choose the F1B, more Poodle because they have the higher percentage of Poodle traits in them. But the F1B also are more like the Poodle in other ways, and mannerisms.
If you want the perfect mixture, in keeping with the Saint Bernard disposition, plus the non shedding and more hypoallergenic qualities of the Poodle, you will want an F1GPB puppy.
And then there is the F1GPB of puppies!!!!
These are considered by some geneticists, as the perfect hybrid blend or mix, in terms of the Breeds desired inherent Parent Dog traits.
Below is a genetic chart of one of our F1GPB puppy's named Berney who is the Genetic Perfect Blend, not only in percentages of mix, but Berney and Berney's parents, grandparents, and great grandparents Genetic DNA, can be traced through Berney's Genetic DNA, to see if there are any genetic inherit disease -causing mutations in Berney or Berney's ancestors which are our bloodlines, our breeding parents lineages.
Berney was tested for over 152 disease causing genetic diseases to see if there were any mutations in Berney's DNA or our breeding parents, grandparents or great grandparents.
Below is the Genetic disease DNA results back, where Berney was tested for 152 diseases, which we can say that Berney cleared 152 genetic diseases, and is not a carrier, or at risk for even one. These genetic test results show that Berney and Berney's ancestors (Berney's lineage, our breeding dogs in whom we bred to make up Berney, one of our F1GPB puppies), do not carry any any disease mutations of 152 diseases.