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    Quote Originally Posted by stonecutter View Post
    On a side note - all dogs are intelligent - but every lab and poodle I know seems to be a little on the slow side! If you're after intelligence - maybe ask the breeder whether any dogs in the line have won a skill based title of some sort?
    Our poodle was extremely smart and so is my mothers labradoodle. I know quite a lot of working line labs and they are fab dogs, smart, high drive and high achieving in obedience, retrieving and agility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalacreek View Post
    Our poodle was extremely smart and so is my mothers labradoodle. I know quite a lot of working line labs and they are fab dogs, smart, high drive and high achieving in obedience, retrieving and agility.
    Ah - the labs I know aren't from WL - parents were both conformation - but maybe the breeder kept the smartest dogs for their own programs and sold the less intelligent ones! As for the 2 poodles - not pedigreed but just dumb as posts - would continuously attempt to walk through a closed glass sliding door.

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    All sizes of poodle feature quite prominently in obedience and agility trials around where I live. There are also a lot of labs in obedience. All the ones I see are show line.

    I instruct a beginner's class at our dog club and once the labs learn to calm down in the presence of other dogs and people, they tend to be star pupils! We also have a GR x lab in our class who is quite smart.

    My house is always full of fur tumbleweeds which is annoying, but I'd prefer that than having to get my dogs groomed every 6-8 weeks so I put up with it

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    Smile Are you still looking for a Groodle Puppy?

    We have had our female Groodle for 3 years, and went for the mix after loosing our beautiful Golden Retriever to old age. While we loved the nature and temperament of our Retriever we hated her continual hair loss, and 16 years prior to selecting her there was no such thing as a Groodle. We couldn't be happier with our choice of 2nd generation groodle and nothing but a wonderful addition to our family of 3 human boys which are probably the greatest test to a dogs nature. Let me know if your interested as she is due for a litter very shortly.

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    Oh, this might get interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    Oh, this might get interesting!
    LMAO
    Rubylisious


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    lol Reported for advertising

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    Lmao

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