Goldendoodles are hypoallergenic dog's. They are hybrids and are a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. There are two main benefits of owning a doodle. One, once you cross the breed you lose all the genetic diseases that come with a pure bred dog. Also once you cross the Retriever to a Poodle it losses the shedding. Goldendoodles do not drool. If groomed properly they will not have body order. Goldendoodles require a lot of attention when it comes to grooming. If you do not brush your dog daily you will start to notice matting. If you know you don't have time to be brushing your Goldendoodle I'd really suggest cutting your fur baby's hair short and always keep up on grooming. Goldendoodles need at least 45 minutes of play time a day. Goldendoodles are highly intelligent and I suggest training your doodle early. They are eager to please and learn. Goldendoodles love water! If they don't when you get them just give it some time. Goldendoodles are perfect for families and children. However not all children are perfect for Goldendoodles. When children are engaging with your doodle you must train the child and also your dog. Children love hugs. Hugging should be absolutely off limits until your child is old and wise enough to know the difference between a hug and a squeeze. Little children should not be picking up your dog if he or she doesn't have the strength to properly lift the puppy without causing discomfort to the animal. Children should never be allowed to pull the dog's fur/hair, ears or limbs. Goldendoodles do not respond well to anger and yelling. If you want your animal to know how to properly behave himself you must properly train your animal. A puppy can only hold there bowls and bladder for as many months as they are. So if your puppy is 1 Month old it can only hold it's bladder for one hour. If your puppy is 2 months old it needs to be toileted every 2 hours. If your puppy is 3 months, every 3 hours, 4 months every 4 hours.
Here at My Doodle Pups I take pride in making sure my animal's are healthy, happy animals. My Goldendoodle's have been tested by Embark and are not at any elevated risk of genetic diseases known to the breed. We make absolutely sure are breeding animals aren't related. All my Goldendoodle's and Poodle's were purchased out of state to ensure no relation. The Poodle Studs used in my program have also been genetically tested. All my Goldendoodle's and Poodle's are on daily vitamins. My female's take a one a day plus pre and postnatal vitamins. My male also takes a one a day plus a muscle building vitamin. Giving my dog's vitamins keeps their energy levels and personalities up beat year long. Pixel has a litter due in April.
Goldendoodle's are the perfect animal if you are in search of a forever family member. Before you bring your new forever friend home there are things that you can do to ensure you are indeed prepared to offer this little life a forever home. The first thing you need to do is make sure you are financially stable enough to support the dog's essential needs, like grooming, regularly trip to Veterinarian and feeding. Another thing you can do to ensure you are prepared to offer forever home is own your property . The last thing you can do is get a note from a Doctor stating your new furever friend is either a Service Animal or a Companion animal. With this note you can freely and hassle free travel with your animal anywhere on the globe and Not be charged extra. Your landlord can't legally evict you because of your new animal if you have this certificate and or paper work. You can even lodge in any hotel or Air B and B with it. Secure your furever friends future with Companion/Service Animal paper work .
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