mini goldendoodle weight chart9/4/2018 by Admin (06:17:16 PM)
" "Astro boy Blue from Chili Rory April 2017 litter has been such an amazing addition to our family. We have never met a dog with so much personality. It's as if he has human instincts!He hasn't met a stranger yet, plays really well with children and dogs of all sizes, and even attempts to befriend cats with mixed results. Some of our neighbors claim that Astro is their favorite dog in the neighborhood, as he tries to get a belly rub out of anybody. In his short 6 months we have been to multiple lake trips, camping, and the beach. He adjusts perfectly to every environment which makes it easy to take him with us everywhere. If only it was possible to have a Chili Rory dog for the rest of our lives, we most certainly would!Thank you for such a wonderful, hilarious, and handsome puppy!" "First, let me say, our sweet pup Winnie is nothing short of perfection!We are so in love with her!She was potty trained using the bell method less than two weeks after we brought her home. She also quickly learned sit, shake, lay down, stay, wait, and more. She loooooves kids so much. She's also a BIG fan of adults and other dogs. She goes to the dog park every evening and has never met a dog she isn't instantly friends with!We are hoping to be able to get her involved in some service work in the future.
com's Pia SalkSo, you want to adopt a Goldendoodle, huh?Great idea!Want to hear an even better idea?Rescue an adult Goldendoodle. No pooch is too old for puppy love and puppies are only puppies for a few months after all, right?Oh, you have your heart set on a cute little Goldendoodle puppy?Have you been looking at Goldendoodle puppies for sale, checking out Goldendoodle puppy breeders?OK, here's some food for thought if you have your heart set on a puppy, and a few reasons why adopting an adult might be your better option:What It Takes to Housebreak a PuppyBefore you adopt a Goldendoodle, consider how much time your new family member will spend alone. Remember, a puppy requires constant attention. The key to successful housebreaking is consistency; preventing "accidents" is key. Once a puppy soils the carpeting, it becomes much more difficult to train them out of that behavior. Here's a good rule of thumb to consider: a puppy can hold his bladder just one hour for every month they've been alive.
He loves swimming. We went kayaking and he climbed right on and went with us. He is great around our horses. I guess my point is he's one easy going dog, nothing seems to bother him :. ""Just wanted to send you an update on Ziggy, who was in Maggie and Kuby's April 2014 litter so he just turned 2. He is such a wonderful dog I couldn't have asked for a better companion. He has endless energy for running/ hiking/ playing with his friends, but yet he has a completely calm demeanor. I often get stopped on the street by people asking what kind of dog he is or telling me how cute he is and then they are taken by his calmness and can't believe he is only two. He is the perfect dog for children to pet/interact with because he doesn't lick or jump, just sniffs them and gives them a little bump w/ his muzzle. He loves doing anything in the woods, and has just discovered chasing ducks in the water to my dismay as he doesn't always listen when on the chase. He is great with other dogs and people.
When my boyfriend now husband and I came to visit you two of the puppies ran off near the shed playing together and Oakley stayed close to meet us. He essentially "picked us". For the past couple years, my dad has been "sharing custody" of Oakley with us. My dad owns his own businesses a trucking company and a farm. So Oakley is much happier with him during the week while my husband and I are at work all day. We get to enjoy his company on the weekends when we are home. Oakley literally goes everywhere with my dad during the week. He greets all my dad's truck drivers in the early morning when they come to work and he stands guard in the office during the day. My dad has major hearing loss and Oakley alerts him whenever someone pulls up at the business. When new visitors come, they are greeted by cautious Oakley that lets them know he's there to protect the female office manager and my dad until they call him down. Never biting, just making his presence known and standing his ground like a good guard dog.