Teddy Bear Goldendoodles get their name from their cute and cuddly resemblance to the Teddy Bear. Where do Teddy Bears get their name from, though? Here’s some trivia about Teddy Bear Goldendoodles and the stuffed animal they get their name from. Call 501-514-1026, or contact us online, if you’re looking for Teddy Bear Goldendoodles in Arkansas!
The history of the Teddy Bear
The Teddy Bear is one of the most iconic American toys. Practically every U.S. home with a crib or a children’s bed has a Teddy Bear in it. According to legend, the Teddy Bear was invented to honor President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt.
In 1902, President Roosevelt went bear hunting with Mississippi’s Governor Andrew H. Longino. Unfortunately, Roosevelt didn’t have any luck on his outing, and didn’t spot a single bear. Some members of the party decided to assist the president; they tracked down a black bear and tied it to a willow tree. Roosevelt refused to shoot the bear. He was an avid hunter who appreciated the sport, and he didn’t want to kill a trapped bear. News spread quickly about how the President of the United States saved a bear.
What are Teddy Bear Goldendoodles?
While the Teddy Bear originated in the United States, Teddy Bear Goldendoodles can trace their history back to Europe.
Our Teddy Bear Goldendoodle puppies have a Standard Poodle parent and an English Cream Golden Retriever parent. Poodles are typically associated with either German or French heritage and English Cream Golden Retrievers come from Russia.
When these two breeds come together they result in puppies that look like living, breathing Teddy Bears! You’d have a hard time picking a Teddy Bear Goldendoodle puppy out of a lineup of stuffed Teddy Bears.
Teddy Bear Goldendoodles in Arkansas
If you’re looking for Teddy Bear Goldendoodle puppies in Arkansas, we are here to help. We raise Goldendoodles with love and affection, and we often have Teddy Bear Goldendoodles available.
Take a look at our available Goldendoodle puppies and call 501-514-1026 for more information about our Teddy Bear Goldendoodles.