bless your heart you miss read my post.Please don't breed mutts or any other dogs unless you are a reputable breeder.
Dogs used for Designer Dog breeding programs tend to be of inferior quality. No reputable Poodle Breeder is going to allow their quality dogs to be used in these breeding programs.
Actually that is not completely true. A good and experienced breeder usually knows the range of temperaments of the puppies they will produce because they know how to select the site and dam. Once the dogs are on the ground and ready for evaluation, a good breeder can tell the type or temperament a puppy will have as an adult.So your saying that every reputable breeder is perfect? that every dog they breed will be perfect? and that every litter of purebreds is perfect?
I have "mutts" (as you so loving refer to them) also and they are the best. I wouldn't trade my "mutts" for anything. you will never know what your litter will be like, purebred or not. that is not something you can control, there is no guarantee.
i have heard and experienced but sides of the temperaments with both poodles and shepherds. you will never know 100%This is a German Shepherd forum and if you want information on mixing this incredible breed with another breed whose owners also believe it’s the best breed, you will not find it here. So, no, I doubt anyone who posts regularly here and will read your post to answer it has intentionally mixed breeds to create a different dog. I know the Breeders who post all breed purebred dogs. Not just purebred but one line. It’s not even recommended to mix lines. We usually suggest if someone loves the dog they have to go back to the same breeder and get another one. Even with two purebred dogs, you are unlikely to duplicate your female in terms of personality in the puppies.
I’ve heard standard Poodles have excellent temperaments, but I’ve also seen one that was extremely aggressive.
you just agreed with me, you won't know their temperment until they are born. that is what i said. you can't know 100%Actually that is not completely true. A good and experienced breeder usually knows the range of temperaments of the puppies they will produce because they know how to select the site and dam. Once the dogs are on the ground and ready for evaluation, a good breeder can tell the type or temperament a puppy will have as an adult.
I hate (hate.... hate.... hate) being the one to recommend cluttering threads with extra text, but the only way to work around this EXTREMELY ANNOYING facet of the new software is to fully quote the post you are responding to. That way, even if the OP chooses to go back and dirty delete content, there will be some record of it.And the person deleted the OP. I really dislike this new forum. That editing messes everything up and makes these threads seem confusing and like board members are randomly attacking people because they can only see one side of the conversation. Sigh.