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If anyone is looking for a loyal and loving family pet, this is definitely the breed. Great with kids and pets and not an aggressive bone in their body. The perfect family dog!We love our Goldendoodle boy. Barley is amazing. However, you want to do your homework first!If you choose a good breeder you should be able to go on the property and look at your choice of puppy at 6 wks. of age no sooner. The breeder should also be willing to show you mom and dad of pups. I don't think there is such thing as a non allergenic dog. Barley does not shed!His dad is std poodle and mom gld retriever. He has SOME curl. The tighter the curl the less shedding they have.

 

 

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Always shampoo from the back of the head and down. A simple cloth with water will clean your doodle’s face. At any rate, lathering your Goldendoodle’s coat and leaving the shampoo on your Goldendoodle for at least five minutes before rinsing will also help remove fleas. Ticks are another matter. You will need to use alcohol to soak a tick and then use tweezers to carefully and gently remove a tick. Simple shampoo will not “control” fleas or ticks, but they certainly will help remove them as you are bathing your Goldendoodle. Blow drying your Goldendoodle right after the bath, will also help “remove” fleas too. As a Goldendoodle owner, a flea and tick issue must be controlled if you have an infestation. Bathing and blow drying will only help remove them. A bath is just a quick solution. If you have carpet, the issue will be that underneath the carpet there is padding.

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An experienced breeder can usually tell when the pups is 6 7 weeks old what type of coat it will have as an adult and the breeder will help you find the right puppy for your needs . Goldendoodles coat will continue to grow and can be between 3 8 inches if not clipped. A doodle requires regular brushing or they will mat and should go to the groomer for a clip every 4 months or so!Goldendoodles also come in many colors and sizes depending on the poodle used. At our kennel we breed blonde, golden, apricot, red, black, silver and phantom doodles. We also have 3 different sizes, standards any thing above 21" and 50lbs and up, mini's 13" to 20" and 25 49lbs and tiny's 12" or less 10 24lbs. Their life expectancy is usually about 12 15 years for the standards and 14 17 years for mini's. Doodles also come in many different generations and depending on what you are looking for one generation may be better then another. F1's are a purebred golden mixed with a purebred poodle. This generation is usually the healthiest and posses the greatest amount of the "hybrid vigor" traits. F1b is a backcross and is a goldendoodle bred back to a poodle. These types of goldendoodles are usually best for people with severe allergies since the f1b usually has a curlier coat then an f1 please note this isn't always the case and your breeder will be able to help you with this.