Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
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How do you feel when you're grooming your Doodle?
Do you feel at all rushed? Trying to get it over with pronto?
Or do you instead regard it as some quality alone time with your Doodle. Nice and easy?
And how is your Doodle behaving?
Does he trust you blindly?
Does he use his whole bag of tricks to get away from your brush?
Or does he feel playful, trying to snatch that brush (and your hand) whenever he…Continue
This question ‘pups’ up all the time in Facebook groups and the Labradoodle forums: what coat do you think my pup will get?
Will it grow to look Doodle-ish?
And I assume that when the owner says 'Doodle-ish', he/she refers to a fluffy fleece or curly fleece coat.
Now, with all those different Labradoodle types being bred, it's hard to determine beforehand what the coat will look like
(unless you have an Australian Doodle, in which case…Continue
If I browse pictures on Facebook, and listen to the experiences of my grooming customers and the owners that participate in my Labradoodle self grooming workshops, it's undeniable that most people wait too long before they visit the groomer.
The result: tangles, felt and a bare-shaven Doodle a few times a year, whilst looking like a Bearded Collie the rest of the year.
I know, most dog owners love a long coat.
The longer, the better, right?
I've said it before: the white coats of Labradoodles require the most maintenance.
That is, if they're curly or curly fleece coats (which they usually are).
Not just because white Labradoodles love nothing more than to roll around in puddles, mud, sand, etc.
But rather, because white hair is porous, and tangles more easily than brown or black hair.
If this type of coat gets wet and dries by air (or central heating), it’s very susceptible to…Continue