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Haley, Yeti, and Phin
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  • Janesville, WI
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Haley, Yeti, and Phin's Discussions

Random need to hump

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle Apr 22. 50 Replies

Hello everyone! 2 weeks ago we got phin neutered. That procedure went well and phin has made almost a full recovery. He went in for his follow up and the vet was very happy with his incision and how it was healing. This leads me to the reason of…Continue

Bark Collar

Started this discussion. Last reply by Haley, Yeti, and Phin Mar 13. 5 Replies

Considering getting a bark collar for our little dood who barks at seriously anything, including leaves blowing in the wind. Our other guy does not bark at all, until Phin gets him going. We are constantly having to shut all the blinds in the house…Continue

Ear infections!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kate C Pappas Mar 8. 17 Replies

Yeti has an ear infection a few weeks back and the vet gave us some drops to put in it. I feel like it still hasn’t completely healed up, but Yeti doesn’t seem to be bothered by it anymore. Tonight I noticed yeti would not leave phins ears alone so…Continue

Sudden Agression

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie Dec 9, 2018. 3 Replies

Hello all! It has been awhile since we have posted. It seems we are starting to have a major problem on our hands. Yeti (almost 3 years old) has recently started to become pretty aggressive. He has always guarded things of value (bully sticks and…Continue

Lethargic after vaccinations

Started this discussion. Last reply by Frank & TeddyToyDoodle Oct 22, 2018. 22 Replies

How long should you expect your puppy to be tired and kind of lethargic after getting shots?Continue

Professional grooming dryers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stacy Sep 3, 2018. 3 Replies

I have been considering buying a grooming dryer for quite some time. I think it will come in handy with 2 doodles. I was curious how long it takes those who use a professional dryer to dry their doodles.Continue

Itching

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrea, Belle and Honey Aug 20, 2018. 40 Replies

I have noticed within the last week or so that Phin has been rather itchy. Some days I dont notice it at all, and others (like tonight) he has been crazy itchy. He has been on the same food (even same flavor) for months (wellness turkey and potato).…Continue

Mounting/Humping

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joani, Skadi & Elli Jul 19, 2018. 5 Replies

Does anyone's dogs have a problem with this. Yeti used to do it here and there, but for reasons unknown he has been out of control lately. Looking for suggestions on ways to get him to stop. He has always had puppy friends, some hes liked more than…Continue

vomiting

Started this discussion. Last reply by Haley, Yeti, and Phin Jun 21, 2018. 16 Replies

DK wont let me search for anything so here I am making a new discussion.Just curious what YOU do when your dog throws up. Do you withhold food, or water, or both? Do you give your pup something to sooth his/her stomach. If so what? Do you call the…Continue

flea & tick / heart worm for sensitive tummies

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jane, Guinness and Murphy Mar 5, 2018. 2 Replies

We are about out of Yeti’s last 6 mo supply of flea and tick and heat worm medicine. Curious what people give their puppies with sensitive tummies.Continue

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Laura and Angus replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"Well then! Sounds like our trainer has the same philosophy as that program ;) It worked wonders to help our stubborn pup learn manners. "
May 9
Becka replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"I don't think this has been mentioned, but I would also caution you to be careful about what kind of playing you do with Yeti--avoiding games that involved tug or chasing. My friend's dog had similar guarding issues and increasing anxiety…"
May 8
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"And that, my friend, is the"NILIF" program in a nutshell. You nailed it. :) "
May 8
Laura and Angus replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"I should also add that over time we have become more relaxed with some of our leadership tasks, but generally we still do these activities daily - he always sits and waits for food and to enter/exit doors behind us. And when Angus starts to get a…"
May 8
Laura and Angus replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"So a lot has already been covered by, but I completely agree with what Karen and Jane have shared here. I'm not familiar with the "Nothing in Life is Free Program," but I get the gist from their descriptions here and it sounds very…"
May 8
Jane, Guinness and Murphy replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"Exactly, Karen.  I never discipline Murphy for this behavior, although I have always let him know that I disagree with it by giving a verbal cue and removing the need for the guarding.  Because I have eliminated or controlled the…"
May 4
Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"Separate rooms for feeding is exactly what I thought of also, J.  Haley, feeding is a huge part of nothing in life is free - not just toys.  You appear reluctant to get a trainer to help you, but I think an experienced dog person helping…"
May 3
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"You don't train the growl out of them, or discipline it. You take away the situations and the attitudes that provoke the growl. Hopefully Jane will respond on how to "correct" the behavior in the moment. "
May 3
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"It's not about taking away bully sticks (or anything else) forever. It's about getting the dog to understand that the bully sticks, and everything else, are yours, not his. He owns NOTHING. When you don't own something, it's not…"
May 3
Stacy replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"I totally agree that baring his teeth at you is a warning behavior. I do wonder if he's more insecure than aggressive though. Definitely a good in home trainer should be able to help you sort through some of his issues. I think that management…"
May 3
Stacy replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"I'm curious about your opinion on correcting this behavior. I absolutely would discipline a growl like that. But I've read pros and cons on disciplining growling. Some people say that training the growl out of them will eliminate the…"
May 3
Jane, Guinness and Murphy replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"I watched your video of Yeti growling a few times, and it looked so familiar to me.  Our Murphy was a resource guarder (among other serious training issues).  He was most often guarding me, and when it got to the point where he was…"
May 3
Haley, Yeti, and Phin replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"I wish this was the case with Yeti, but he also shows us teeth which to me means he's guarding or aggressive. "
May 3
Haley, Yeti, and Phin replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"Exactly why I want to get this under control. We know when and when we shouldnt bother him, but if people are over and dont know, things could get bad quick."
May 3
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"I know that from the many doodles given up to DRC because of resource guarding issues that escalated to snapping and even biting. And that includes dogs who bit their owners for just petting them when they weren't "in the mood". "
May 3
J and Riley (and Luna) replied to Haley, Yeti, and Phin's discussion Kennel Garuding in the group Training - Experiences, Challenges, and Mindsets
"It escalates to biting quickly too.  Within days of DD starting to crawl Luna air snapped at her..and this was a dog with no prior history of defensive behavior."
May 3

Profile Information

About Me:
First time dog owner :)
What Type of Doodle(s) do you have? What are their names? Tell us about your doodle(s) or any other pets you have!
F1bb Goldendoodle named Yeti born on February 29th 2016 (leap day!)
Where did you get your doodle(s)?
Breeder
Why did you choose a doodle rather than another breed or mix?
I saw one in a local pet store and fell absolutely in love. Also my boyfriend is very allergic so hypoallergenic is a very big positive!
What are Your Favorite Things to Do With Your Doodles?
Everything!
Does your doodle(s) shed?
Nope!
Who grooms your doodle(s)?
A local goldendoodle breeder/groomer in southern WI
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship

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At 5:07pm on January 7, 2018, Lindsey Holt said…

Please update us on Yeti, I'm really worried about him.

At 6:57pm on July 13, 2016, Joann Valerio said…
Haley, Where did you get Yeti? He is such a sweetie and gorgeous? I'm looking for
a breeder. How much will he eventually weigh?
Thanks!
JoAnn
At 9:22pm on July 2, 2016, Joann Valerio said…
Where did you get Yeti? How old is he and what foes he weigh? He's a cutie!
Thanks!
At 9:06pm on June 27, 2016, Barbie said…

Awh, what a cute puppy! Yeti really knows how to pose for the camera. Her pic. is just darling.

At 9:44am on June 23, 2016, Lynda Kamrath said…

Welcome to DoodleKisses - the best website around for doodle lovers everywhere.  I see you are off to a good start.  Enjoy.  As a first-time dog owner, you can learn a lot here.

At 9:43am on June 23, 2016, Lynda Kamrath said…

Actually, sounds rather normal from my experience.  But a good idea to start your relationship with your vet.  It couldn't hurt to get him checked out.  I think your long car ride was an excellent opportunity for some early bonding.  I was looking forward to a long car ride to pick up our new pup, but had to cancel this car vacation because of health problems in my husband's family.  I am going to fly up to get the pup.  We will still have plenty of time to bond.

 
 
 

 

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