Doodles come in so many colours and sizes. What a lot of people wonder is: what might my puppy look like as an adult? This is a group, mainly pictorial, to show and discuss how doodles progress from pup to adult.
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A picture is truly worth a thousand words...

This group is a place for you to "showcase" your doodle's development from puppy to adulthood. The idea is to have a good collection for everyone to enjoy, and for new or potential doodle owners to get a sense for how doodles develop and change. Other photo ideas and discussions are welcome too (i.e. the before/after dreaded shavedown; pointy snouts; rat tails; odd fur; etc.).

You are welcome, and encouraged, to post your doodle's progress in the form of a discussion. Include as much information as possible so everyone can understand your doodle's characteristics.

For those of you wondering how to add a picture, there is an icon at the top of your discussion box that looks like a picture - the "Insert Image" icon. Click on that and follow the instructions. You may need to resize your photo that appears. You can do this by clicking on the photo to make the drag bars appear and then "click and drag" to resize.

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  • Hi all! I am new to the group and can't quite figure out how to start a discussion (I've followed everyone's instructions below, I'm following the page, I still can't seem to find it), so I'm commenting here. We picked our girl River up Friday and we are so in love! She is a Labradoodle (mom) and Goldendoodle mix.

    After joining this group, I am so curious what she is going to look like! I know she is more doodly looking in the face since her head is so curly, but I'm wondering if you guys think she will have furnishings? I'm thinking she may have an open face. As far as her coat, she is not really curly or wavy, just poofy. Her fur is super dense and thick, almost wooly.

    Does anyone have a pup who looked like our River girl?

    https://imgur.com/a/pZ0Enhe

    Pic 1: 3 weeks
    Pic 2: 6 weeks
    Pic 3: 7.5 weeks
    The rest are 8.5 to 9 weeks.

    Also - please no comments about her runny eye. She does have entropion which was diagnosed a few days before we got her. Our breeder fully informed us and this was made right by her. We are absolutely in love with her personality and decided we will get the eye taken care of. We have a consultation at our vet for it tomorrow. :)
  • Hello! I’m new here. I see “comment” in a red box where I am posting now but do not see add discussion. I have followed this page and all others as instructed to others. Am I missing something?
    • Go to where it says Forum under the group name. Click on that. Then click on the + then write your discussion
    • Thank you
  • There are still members in the group, people really only post if they have photos to share and it's more of a resource showing the progression of different puppies. If you scroll down below the comment section there is a "+" with Add Discussion at the top right of the discussion section.
    • How do I become a member of the group so I can post?
    • Look under the group name From Pup to Adult. Click on Forum. Click on add a discussion. You also have to scroll down to the bottom of the group and the bottom of the disucssion and make sure it says Following - if not click on it. The problem with this new format is that you have to to that with every group as well as the main page discussions and blogs or you don't receive notification about posts. It is something many don't know about so not everyone sees posts any longer. :-{ I screen shot to add photos so you could see where to find what I described but it won't let me add photos. Grrrr.
    • The look of this page isn't right. There should be past discussions and under that it will say add a discussion. You should be a member of the group to post here. Let me play around a bit.
    • Did you try the button and it didn't let you? Sorry I have no idea, I haven't tried joining a group since the website was updated.
  • How do you add a post to the discussion?
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