I am a CSCU graduate with a BA in Business with a minor in Marketing. I currently reside and work in sunny San Diego. I just started my own business called Klutch Web Marketing & Development.
What Type of Doodle(s) do you have? What are their names? Tell us about your doodle(s) or any other pets you have!
Klutch is a second generation Goldendoodle stud. He has two successful mates that are expecting litters in 2010. Klutch is 2.5 years. He will be 3 years old on October 14th 2010. He is exactly 50 pounds, a good-medium size. Klutch is 50-50, that its 50% poodle and 50% golden retriever. He is a perfect F2 for breeding purposes because his grandparents were opposite pairs (poodle dad, golden mom) x (golden dad, poodle mom). Both of his parent's were F1's and fairly larger(taller and longer) about 65-75 pounds, but very lean. Both of his parent's were tested for Vwf and were negative. Both of his parent's hips were x-rayed and elbows were x-rayed with no problems detected. Lastly, Crash's(Klutch’s Dads) breeder Alysynn from Corinth Doodles did run a genetic check on the Poodle database and the two poodle grandparents were about as unrelated as you could get. She checked this because there are not a lot Apricot Standard poodles around. Further Angel(Klutch’s Mom) is almost 6 years old now and no health issues whatsoever. Susan from North West Goldendoodles(http://www.nwdoodles.com/ ) is the breeder of Klutch (owner of his Mom- Angel and her sister Ginger) and we keep in close contact and she highly recommends Klutch for breeding purposes.
Klutch has absolutely no medical problems(as healthy as he can be). I give him the best care with all of the necessary routine check ups, shots, and daily vitamins. He has the sweetest personality, fun, loyal, adventurous and extremely intelligent! For all these reasons and many more i would like to carry on his amazing traits and genes by breeding him. I wish that everyone can share the incredible experiences i have had with my best bud Klutch! I know he will produce the best all-around litter with exceptional features and personalities.
Please don't purchase your Goldendoodle from a petstore which commonly are known to support Goldendoodle puppy mills. Doing so only promotes inproper breeding ethics and promotes current Goldendoodle health issues. The registries recognize the Goldendoodle breed standard.
Where did you get your doodle(s)?
Why did you choose a doodle rather than another breed or mix?
The Goldendoodle is a dog with problem solving abilities. The trainability of the Goldendoodle is . It was breed to be good for Companionship, Family Pet, Sports, Watch Dog.
Goldendoodles is the best combo of two all around amazing breeds. The best of both worlds in my eyes. I love golden retrievers because of their friendly-family oriented personality, loyalty and gorgeous long haired golden coat. I also absolutely love and have had a lot of experience with standard poodles.
They are extremely smart, love the water, and of course we can't forget the hypoallergenic coat that doesn't shed! Simply amazing. There is nothing better than making strangers smile, just by looking at him and hearing the variety of comments about how he looks like a stuff animal, teddy bear, or a snuffaluffagus. Everyone i run into is so curious as to what kind of breed he is and how they have never seen anything like him. Truly, one of a kind... I am so LUCKY!
What are Your Favorite Things to Do With Your Doodles?
Frequent outings to the Del Mar Dog beach, many different neighborhood parks, car rides(he loves to feel wind in his face, and it is truly a sight to see!) teaching him new tricks (he is always up for something new), adventures in the mountains(he loves to climb and jump rocks, river swimming, running along side my bike...and much much more
Does your doodle(s) shed?
Who grooms your doodle(s)?
Mainly myself and some tusted groomers in town
Favorite Doodle Products?
Conditioner, hair brushes, bouncy balls, and a whole lot of stuffed animals!
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