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Puppy training near Braselton, GA

Started May 6 0 Replies

Anyone have any recommendations for puppy training (either group or private in-home) near Braselton, Georgia?Continue

Male vs Female doodles

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lori, Winnie, Bob and Indie Mar 28. 23 Replies

All of you doodle owners of both male and female doors: Do you feel there is a material difference between neutered/spayed males and females? I've heard generalizations about differences, but don't…Continue

Merle coat

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kamela & Beckett Jul 31, 2017. 15 Replies

We are ready to get another dog, and considering a merle golden doodle litter.  I've seen some posts about how these coats change as the dog matures.  Does anyone have a red merle that they can show…Continue

Dog toys and cancer connection

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lynda Kamrath May 21, 2017. 4 Replies

I'm doing a soft poll.  My dog has eaten parts of so many different dog toys over the years (she has been with us 4.5yrs now) and I'm wondering if this might be linked to her development of malignant…Continue

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Puppy training near Braselton, GA

Anyone have any recommendations for puppy training (either group or private in-home) near Braselton, Georgia?See More
May 6
Lori, Winnie, Bob and Indie replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"I have a female Goldendoodle, a male Goldendoodle, and a male Standard Poodle. By far, the males are more affectionate and cuddly. They truly aim to please! Winnie likes attention, but it's usually on her terms. She's the smartest of the 3…"
Mar 28
Christine replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"Hi!We have a beautiful f1b named Nala.  She is an absolute snuggle bug.  She is going to be 4 this summer.  I cannot tell you how loving, sweet, and intuitive this dog is.  As a matter of fact, I went through a rough time…"
Mar 27
nsa777 replied to Rosa's discussion Puppy insurance
"I think the other consideration will be which company your vet is accustomed to dealing with.  Could make claim processing easier/faster."
Mar 26
nsa777 replied to Rosa's discussion Puppy insurance
"Trupanion covered us through our first dog's 8 month battle with cancer (histiocytic sarcoma).  They were great- very speedy reimbursement of 90% of all charges and customer service was great.  However, we were paying $40+ monthly and…"
Mar 25
Leslie J replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"My experience has been that male dogs are more cuddly than females.  Of course there are other factors such as temperament and breed, but I think this is the case for both dogs and cats."
Mar 25
Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"I used to favor females simply because my first dog was female and all but one of my childhood dogs were also female.  However, when I got my second Springer, male was my only choice.  Our first doodle was male because he was the most…"
Mar 25
Adina P replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"We've had: 1 male labradoodle2 female labradoodles1 female border collieThe 3 females have all been more "busy bodied," and smarter.  But that's not a huge sample size.My male was less of a busy dood.  But he was also a…"
Mar 25
Stacy replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"Totally not a judgment, more of a public service announcement. It's good that they know what they're getting into. Much better than being surprised that you didn't get what you expected!"
Mar 25
nsa777 replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"I appreciate the candid advice but that these are all topics that my parents and I have thoroughly thought through- from puppy demands, need for exercise (my parents are not sedentary), potty/leash training, grooming & vet bills, monthly…"
Mar 25
Stacy replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"These girls run hard. And my yard is big. They can get up speed, and they bank around the shed. It's not enough for me to just go outside with them. I have to actively go into the yard and engage. Maybe throw the ball a couple times and get…"
Mar 25
Stacy replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"Ava and Katie never tried. They didn't challenge boundaries. But Maggie wants to be where she wants to be. And it was always on the wrong side of the gate. Containing her before she was potty trained was such a challenge, since she hated her…"
Mar 25
J and Riley (and Luna) replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"Luna never quite figured out the whole jumping thing but Riley can easily jump 3-4 feet doing a standing jump.. you can see why when she's in the bath, she's very leggy but powerfully built."
Mar 25
Stacy replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"Don't forget when my vet laughed at me because I was shocked that Maggie went over a 41" gate like it wasn't there. "She's an athlete," he said. Okay, but 41" is tall. I thought I knew they were athletic, but I…"
Mar 25
J and Riley (and Luna) replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"Looking forward to summer because we don't have a fenced yard yet... but dh's parents do and we visit them weekly but they go south for the winter:p it will be nice to let Riley run free in an enclosed space.  They also don't…"
Mar 25
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to nsa777's discussion Male vs Female doodles
"Being involved with doodle rescue, it still surprises me how many people think that leash walks are enough exercise for these dogs. Some get upset about rescues having fence requirements, but they don;t realize that most of these dogs need to run,…"
Mar 25

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What Type of Doodle(s) do you have? What are their names? Tell us about your doodle(s) or any other pets you have!
F1B mini goldendoodle, Lucy, born 10/4/12
Where did you get your doodle(s)?
Breeder
Why did you choose a doodle rather than another breed or mix?
allergies
Does your doodle(s) shed?
Nope!

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Goodbye Lucy

Posted on June 3, 2017 at 3:56am 20 Comments

We said goodbye to our Lucy yesterday.  She was 4.5 years old.  The house is so empty and quiet this morning.  No clicking of her paws to the floor, no whimper to go outside, no morning walk, no flipping of the dog bowl for breakfast.  But she is free of pain from her awful disease.  I am so heartbroken.

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At 10:33am on January 15, 2013, Lonnie & Libby Lu said…

Welcome to Doodle Kisses!  This site is terrific and there is so much information on Doodles!  Check out the groups and discussions, they are amazing!   Lucy is so adorable and this biting/nipping phase will pass with time and training.  Enjoy DK and have fun with Lucy:)

 
 
 

 

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