goldendoodle rescue near pa

Posted on January 1th, 2011 by Admin

This makes them perfect pets for those with allergies. Because they're so intelligent and easily trained, they make superb service dogs and family pets, both. They are generally very friendly toward children, but because of their poodle characteristics especially, they can be high strung and can exhibit "alpha dog" characteristics toward their humans if they are not properly trained right away. They absolutely must have guidance and structure if they are to be well behaved. As with the poodle, they are so intelligent that they can actually pick up on whether or not an owner is weak minded and can be dominated. In short, if the Goldendoodle can dominate its owner, it will. Because of that, the owner of the Goldendoodle must be calm but assertive and establish "top dog" status right away while the new family member is still a puppy. The Goldendoodle is a hybrid enjoying a surge in popularity. First bred in a systematic manner in the 1990s, it is a cross between pedigree Golden Retriever and Poodle parents. Because the Poodle comes in three clearly defined sizes – Toy, Miniature and Standard, the Goldendoodle, similarly, can range from a small to large dog. It is almost invariably gregarious, cheerful, and good natured, and is an ideal choice for anyone that has other pets or that is looking for a dog that the kids can hang out of without fear of retaliation.

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Posted on January 1st, 2011 by Admin

Goldendoodles tend to lighten, as they get older like Poodles do rather than darken like Golden Retrievers do.

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goldendoodle rescue near pa

“ Whitney,I know this was written a number of years ago, but after recently getting a goldendoodle and seeing your comments telling people to just go to the pound to get a mix if you want a mix I think its just rude and untrue!if you go back and look at the history of purebred dogs, where did they come from?Many of them were intentional cross breeds . ”