Chocolate coat types?

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Chocolate coat types?

Post by weecheekymonkey » 21 Nov 2007, 23:11

Hi all, :D

Below are 3 pictures of 3 different choc doods but with very similar coats.
I was just wondering if anyone out there has an adult Choc dood that looked like them when he/she was a pup and wouldn't mind sharing some photos to see what the coat looks like now?


Ferraribob - I've used a pic of Brian as I'm sure you'll be interested too. (hope you dont mind :D )


Cora @ 5 months -
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Hershey - Cora's brother -
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Ferraribob's Brian -
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Cheers, looking forward to seeing your pictures.

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Re: Chocolate coat types?

Post by weecheekymonkey » 21 Nov 2007, 23:15

lol I mean ferrarirob lol :lol: :lol: :lol: sorry xxx
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Re: Chocolate coat types?

Post by tofdood » 21 Nov 2007, 23:41

Hello!
Here is my toffee, he's a year old now. His coat was very simular to your pups maybe just a bit curlier. !st pic is of when he was about 10 weeks old, other ones are recent!
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Post by DizzyDora » 22 Nov 2007, 00:02

Sorry these photo's are a little large, as you can see
Kona was dark brown and is now my beige & silver beauty.
Her parents where a Blue Poodle & a Silver Labradoodle
so she is an Fb1.

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Post by Emma » 22 Nov 2007, 08:16

Its amazing how Kona has changed colour isnt it? When we met her at Clumber we thought she was stunning. :P

Ferrarirob - Have you got a ferrari then? Or is it just wishful thinking? And if you do, do you take Brian out in it? Now that really would be a babe magnet. :D :wink:
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Post by Emma » 22 Nov 2007, 08:19

Tofdood - Toffee is absolutely gorgeous. Please can I have him? I would look after him - honest! :D :D
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Re: Chocolate coat types?

Post by Ferrarirob » 22 Nov 2007, 08:41

@ Weecheekymonkey. I like the 3rd photo :!: :roll: :roll: no offence to Cora or Hershey (they are both gorgeous and so like Brian) but then I am a little biased.
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Post by Emma » 22 Nov 2007, 08:53

Bet you do Rob. What colour is it?
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Post by Bid » 22 Nov 2007, 09:38

Some of those puppy shots are just like Poppy - I hope she grows up to look the one of these doods - I don't care which they are all fabulous :D
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Re: Chocolate coat types?

Post by Berni » 22 Nov 2007, 11:12

Hi
Your pictures are all lovely - before I got a Labradoodle that is what I imagined I would have - a big scruffy cuddly bear. Cassie is nothing like that her coat is more like a retreaver - her mum was choc lab and dad choc standard poodle- but that doesnt matter as she is the most wonderful Doodle ever :) :)


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Post by tofdood » 22 Nov 2007, 12:11

Hi Emma
Thankyou and yes tof is lovely, he's just like a cuddly bear (when he sits still for long enough!!) I am obviously biast though!! Its amazing how different they all are. I cant believe how much their coats change. I have seen a silver dood that was chocolate when he was a pup. Tof has a few grey hairs but then havnt we all :lol:
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Post by Sooty » 22 Nov 2007, 13:57

Cassie looks so grown up now!!!
The fluffies look like a brown Mac. I wonder if there will be any more like Mac and Cora at the next meet as they were the only 2 with really fleecey coats last time.

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Post by weecheekymonkey » 22 Nov 2007, 14:25

Oh,

Thank you for all the photo's they are just great, keep them coming please lol :lol: :lol:


tofdood - toffee is just lovely, I think he's very like Cora. Great photos, thanks.

DizzyDora - Kona is gorgeous, such a good looking dood, she looks big how tall is she?

Ferrarirob - Thank you, lol :lol: :lol: :lol:

Berni - I just love Cassie coat, she is such a gentle looking girl, look at those big soft eyes, I'm hoping Maggie's (blonde)coat changes to something Like Cassies. She gorgeous!!
Here's Maggie (Cora's sister) our smooth babe...
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Hers another couple of our fluff ball Cora.....

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Sooty - How often and for how long do you spend grooming Mac??


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Re: Chocolate coat types?

Post by Sooty » 22 Nov 2007, 14:31

Twice a day with a metal comb but doesnt take that long. His adult coat isnt in yet though

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Re: Chocolate coat types?

Post by Berni » 22 Nov 2007, 16:26

Hi

Maggie is lovely - Cassie was very smooth like that - then she got what someone else on here described as `root perm` down her back, sort of demi waves!.

And yes good descripton - she is a very gentle girl.

I just love seeing all the pictures of different Doodles - yes keep them coming :D

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