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Cream and White Doodles

Where Cream and white doodle owners can chat about there doodles.

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Ugly red tear stains

Started by Rae. Last reply by Joani, Skadi & Elli Aug 12, 2016. 3 Replies

Penny is getting darker

Started by Sally M Jan 16, 2016. 0 Replies

Chain stains from collars??

Started by Nina Vantschip. Last reply by Erin & Stella Jun 27, 2012. 10 Replies

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Comment by Lori, Daphne, Lucy & Pippa on December 6, 2016 at 8:40am

Thanks Karen. I may have to order that myself!

Comment by Hayley and Roxy on January 9, 2016 at 1:40am

Thank you, I absolutely adore her.

Comment by Debb, Lucy & Oscar on January 8, 2016 at 5:56pm

Roxy is adorable! Reminds me of Oscar when he was young.

Comment by Lori, Daphne, Lucy & Pippa on January 8, 2016 at 4:03pm

Oh My Doodle! Roxy is beautiful!!!

Comment by Hayley and Roxy on January 8, 2016 at 1:59pm

Just thought I'd share a pic of my white labradoodle Roxy. She's been groomed today..

Comment by Debb, Lucy & Oscar on December 22, 2015 at 9:38pm

Hi Sally, and welcome to DK! Both my doodles lightened with age. I think that's what generally happens with cream doodles. Penny's carmel-colored ears are pretty and distinctive. Oscar had a similar ear color as a young puppy, but now only half of each ear is a light carmel. The other half is cream. I haven't seen any other cream doodles with that same ear color pattern.

Comment by Sally M on December 22, 2015 at 8:42pm
Hey, just wanted to say "hi". My puppy is in my profile photo. Her name is Penny and she's 5 mos. old. I'm somewhat new to this website (still looking around at everything) but am enjoying it thus far. My baby is mostly cream with gold ears and a little gold streaked here and there. My question is: How many (if any) Doodles start out cream and turn darker? Or is it always the other way around?
Comment by Helga, Nimbus, Sierra, Clooney on March 11, 2015 at 9:22pm
Welcome, Marianne! Nimbus is white. I've wanted a white one from the start. Yes, you see the dirt right away, but on the other hand, the other dogs have the same dirt on them and you might not wash them even though they're dirty.
I only treat Nimbus if I see a flea or tick on him. Even then I might just take it off and be done with it. That way I won't put unnecessary chemicals on him.
Comment by Debb, Lucy & Oscar on March 11, 2015 at 3:09pm

Hi Marianne Kay, welcome to the group! As you can see from the posts here this isn't a very active group. I picked cream colored doodles only because I like the light color and find it easy to see their features. We've never had a tick problem, or flea problem for that matter. I give them Sentinel and NexGuard for fleas (and ticks, in the case of Lucy's Sentinel). I've never once found either pest on them, but you're right, with the light coats its easy to spot anything dark on them. Which is a good point in favor of NOT getting a light dog... they show dirt very easily! I just deal with it (hmm... I think my next dog just might be a dark one :)).

Comment by Marianne Kay on March 11, 2015 at 1:44pm

Hello fellow white and cream doodle owners. I am a new member. Thank you for this group. I specifically chose a light color dog to avoid ticks and to easily see the ticks. Thankfully because of Pierre's thick coat, most ticks, ( not many are attracted to him) crawl on top of his coat wondering how they get through it to his skin. The only one I ever found attached was on his back leg near his foot. Now I keep his feet trimmed up and check them more often. I time his frontline tick application a few days before he gets a bath or grooming. No matter how good a part I make in his coat, it still darkens after the application.


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