Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
I can tell you that he definitely has furnishings. I would predict that he is going to be shaggy and doodle-y looking.
Christyn, while it's a nice idea to do a test to see if your daughter has a reaction, it won't mean very much, since they lose their puppy coats between 7-12 months, and their adult coats can be very different. Often, people who don;t react to the puppy can have an allergic reaction once the dog reaches adulthood. It would probably be a better idea to see if your daughter reacts to the parents. A doodle is a gamble for people with dog allergies, especially the earlier generation doodles (F1s and F2s) with a lot of retriever in the mix. Here is some good information about this. http://www.doodletrust.com/education/doodle-alergy-myth
I am no good at predicting doodlness, but he is adorable!
He has beautiful coloring and his coat looks silky right now. As Karen said, it is pretty difficult to tell about allergic reactions since doodles have a coat change. I am glad you are taking that seriously. I am sure it would break you and your daughter's hearts if she became allergic after you had him for a while. Do you have any friends with poodles or wheatens, or schnauzers? You might take her around them and check her reactions.
Reactions in general, I meant to say. Luckily you understood what I meant. It sounds like her allergies to dogs are pretty mild. Two of my three children are allergic to cats. They cannot be in a house where cats live, even if the cats are shut away and the owner has vacuumed etc.