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Is there a reason they don't simply breed the poodle hybrids with other poodle hybrids that have the most favorable sets of traits until they create a consistent breed? That's basically how we've created a lot of breeds.
Was it just out of laziness or impatience? or was there some sort of unforeseen genetic issue with breeding poodle hybrids to other poodle hybrids? Just curious.
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