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CHOCOLATE

Chocolate colors can stay rich and dark, or fade. They should always remain a chocolate color ranging from a milk chocolate to dark chocolate shade.
All dogs with a bb pair and at least one E will be Brown:
bbEe and bbEE are brown dogs (with brown pigment):
bbEe is brown carrying recessive cream
bbEE is a brown dog
Shades of those basic colours are modified by other genes.




 
Goldendoodles
Labradoodles
Other Doodles
F2B  (2ND Generation Backcross)


CHOCOLATE/CAFE

 First Generation Goldendoodles
Gunner, rare F1 Chocolate Goldendoodle, co-owned by Holly Miller of Four Paws Doodles and Niki of Stroodles Doodles
(Penelope and Gunner's littermates were DNA tested showing Golden & Poodle in the mix.  Their Golden Retriever sire was not DNA tested)
Penelope, rare F1 chocolate Goldendoodle, bred by Holly Miller of Four Paws Doodles
(Penelope and Gunner's littermates were DNA tested showing Golden & Poodle in the mix.  Their Golden Retriever sire was not DNA tested)
 F1b  (backcross) Goldendoodles
Kuma at  8 weeks
Kuma  at  1 year

Ferris as pup
Ferris grown up
 F2B  (2nd generation backcross) Goldendoodles

 First Generation Labradoodles
Doc - a CHOCOLATE pup
Doc as an adult
Hershey - a CHOCOLATE pup
Hershey as an adult

Magda -  CAFE  at 6 months
Magda at 2 years
Phantom -  CHOCOLATE pup at 10 weeks
Phantom at1 year
Xena at 2-3 months old
to be continued.....
KC as a pup
KC as an adult
Cash at 9 weeks
Cash at 4.5 months
 F1b  (backcross) Labradoodles
Nessy at 3 months -  CHOCOLATE/CAFE
Nessy as an adult


 Multigeneration Labradoodles
Meadow - a CHOCOLATE fleece pup
Meadow
Tucker - a CHOCOLATE  A7 pup
Tucker as an adult
Lily at 2 months -  CHOCOLATE/CAFE
Lily as an adult
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It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.