Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
I have two dogs, a goldendoodle named Bayley and a beardie named Mayzie. This question is about Mayzie. She is 13 and has been dealing with protein losing enteropathy (PLE) for about 3 years. We have…Continue
I've got to start monitoring Bayley's reading list. We have our Honda push mower in the garage for service, and she refuses to walk past it, believing that it is suddenly going to roar to life and…Continue
I just had to share this. It came as a most unexpected surprise. My nephew, a professional photographer in NC, had taken a bunch of photos of Bayley in her lion costume for a Halloween photo contest…Continue
Donna P. has not received any gifts yet
To begin, start with one goldendoodle and add 20 inches of fresh, clean, new fallen snow.
Mix well for two minutes.
(Please accept my apologies for the orientation of this video. The Road Warrior left town with the camera, so I had to resort to my iphone for video. I held the phone wrong. Click on the little square at the bottom right of the video to view full screen, and hit escape to return.)…Continue
Having an overly energetic puppy can bring a lot of extra stress around the holidays when you are introducing a lot of new and enticing objects to the dog’s already over stimulating environment. I can imagine the puppy saying, “Wow, you’re bringing me a tree! I can climb on it, chew and tug on the branches, lift my leg on it, scratch my back on the lower limbs.…Continue
By Donna Parkman (me)
A parody of the poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas” by Clement C. Moore
The Spirit of Christmas
Twas the night before Christmas and all we could see
Was the wreck of the presents unwrapped ‘neath the tree.
The stockings which hung from the chimney with care
Were missing, the mantel now empty and bare.
The tree, how it twinkled, was down on its side.
The star, not so merry, was cracked open wide.
Bayley the Goldendoodle turned 1 year old over the weekend. A couple of our best friends were staying the weekend, so we decided to throw a party.
This is an interesting photo, as the short dog on the right looks like a long haired basset…Continue