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Toronto doodles

A group for goldendoodle owners and fans. Would like to arrange doodle meet-ups in Toronto for these amazing dogs. The photo is of my doodle stretching out, enjoying a rare rest. 

Location: Toronto, Ontario
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Latest Activity: Feb 5, 2017

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Started by Molly in Orillia Ont Jan 1, 2013. 0 Replies

Happy New Year !I recently discovered the Goldendoodles website and then this group.We used to live on the west side of Toronto and now have moved north to Orillia and retired.Molly is certainly a…Continue

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Comment by Louise Eisfeld on June 21, 2013 at 11:11am

Gooming Sully

Grooming Sully Pt 2

I watched these videos first as well to learn the do's and don'ts.

Comment by Louise Eisfeld on June 21, 2013 at 11:09am


I think I picked them up at PetSmart but you can use regular thining shears the same that can be used on humans so anywhere you can find them.

Comment by Molly in Orillia Ont on June 20, 2013 at 3:59pm

I just had a look using the link you sent

very interesting

where would I get the shears? Walmart too?

Comment by Molly in Orillia Ont on June 20, 2013 at 3:59pm

thanx Louise!


Comment by Louise Eisfeld on June 20, 2013 at 3:51pm

I don't touch his face or tail with the clippers, just his body and legs. As you can see by my pic's I keep him about 2-3 inches. I use thining shears for the top of his head and trim around his eyes with small sissors with rounded tips. Also use ear powder to pull hair from ears. I would say maybe an hour for his body. I stand him on a table with no tie down. He stands well as I think he is afraid of falling / jumping off!! First time i did it in the house, we have a stainless island in the kitchen. 2nd time was outside on a plastic table however it is strong, one that folds up about 4 ft long. I also don't use clippers for his nails, I use an emery board like what you would use for callouses on your feet. If it doesn't work out and you get the clipper from Walmart you can always return it! The one I bought is like this: link below.

Comment by Molly in Orillia Ont on June 20, 2013 at 3:43pm

I have been wondering about buying a clipper kit and trying it, doing the job yourself certainly is cheaper!

how long does it take to do Louise?

what steps do you take to do it?

Comment by Louise Eisfeld on June 20, 2013 at 3:36pm

I groom Molson myself. I looked into it and was getting quotes of $90+. Decided I could try it myself, bought the cutter from Walmart and have done him a few times already. I don't want a really short coat as I don't want him looking like a poodle so leave him a little long. Will do again in a week or so. Much easier at home and less stressful for him.

Comment by Karen, Dexter, Benny & Cocco on June 20, 2013 at 2:34pm

Our Dexter's 6 months old now and he went for grooming last May.  Our groomer recommends every 2 - 3 months, even longer if you want longer hair.  But make sure you brush it often.

Comment by Molly in Orillia Ont on June 20, 2013 at 2:15pm

I'm laughing at myself - I should have read your post before asking where you are


I used to live in Oakville before moving north to Orillia


Comment by Marlene Kennedy on June 20, 2013 at 1:35pm

Wondering what is the best way to groom a golden doodle


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