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For instance, a 3 month old puppy will need to empty his bladder every three hours!Before you adopt a Goldendoodle puppy, ask yourself if you are available to walk your dog several times throughout the day, and if you have the patience and commitment to wake up and take him out first thing every morning at the same time, and stick to a strict schedule. Of course, before you can walk him at all, you will need to train him to walk on a leash, which is a project in itself. On the other hand, an adult dog's bladder is already fully developed. Shelter dogs are often already housetrained and Goldendoodle rescue groups can tell you if their adult dogs for adoption are housebroken before they go into your home. You also have the advantage of knowing that your dog is physically able to "hold it" for several hours at a stretch. In most cases, adult dogs are by far easier to housebreak than puppies.
There are a number of health issues that can likewise be inherited.
eyes CERF Required Yearly 3. Hearts. tested and certified by OFA4. Elbows OFATests required for the Breeding of Standard Poodles1. Hips HD OFA or Pennhip or OVC2. elbows OFA3. Eyes CERF Required Yearly4. Von Willebrands vWd bleeding disorder DNA or Blood screen5. Sebaceous Adenitis SA Skin Disorder Thyroid malfunctions Not Required but a highly recommended test for all breeding dogs. Tests required for breeding of Miniature and Toy Poodles. 1.
The term Goldendoodle was chosen instead of Golden Poo, so that a shared Doodle community could be created, a place where both Goldendoodle and Labradoodle Owners would be welcome. A special 'Thank You' to Blue Sterling for some of the information found on this page and all you do for the Doodle community. Goldendoodles that are a first generation cross exhibit hybrid vigor. This is a phenomenon in animal breeding referring to the fact that the first cross between two unrelated purebred lines is healthier and grows better than either parent line. The other generations still exhibit hybrid vigor, but not as strongly as the first generation. As a hybrid cross they grow healthier and live longer than either parent line. The only genetic diseases they can be prone to would be those shared by both the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. No Major Concerns. Minor Concerns CHD, PRA, VonWillibrands, Elbow and patella disorders. Suggested tests hip and eye. There are so many ways that people have met the Goldendoodle, but the fact of the matter is that if you are reading this article, you have or are aware of this wonderful companion animal.