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Interested in getting my first Doodle!

Hi All! I joined the site to get more information on these beutiful Doodles! I fell in love with my neighbors doodle... I love that they they are not a small dog, active, friendly and  their non/light shedding coats are very appealing! 

Any advice is greatly appreciated. I may not get a doodle for a year, but I want to make sure I am fully prepared! I have never owned a dog before, so I look forward to learning more! I will attach a photo of my neighbor's doodle....I am a photographer and I requested she get in the picture for some new born shots :)

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At 12:31pm on January 10, 2012, Lois - Izzi said…

Might I suggest another option for you?  Judging only from your photos, I see the best role model for any puppy is your Neighbors Doodle.  Possible she could be your 'day care' for the next few months at least.  Even as busy as she is going to be, your puppy will witness and become established with the manners you find charming. 

At 12:18pm on January 10, 2012, Lois - Izzi said…

LOL, so much for wisdom vs assumptions.   Generally speaking a puppy should only be crated per age.  one month = one hour.    He/she will begin to control body functions around 4 months.  If you are not able to take a young puppy to a designated area every couple of hours.. Day care is a good option.   Also puppy will be socialized to other dogs immediately, both the good and bad.   

At 11:58am on January 10, 2012, Meredith Marsack Ehn said…

Hi! In response to your comment, we absolutely love our doodle.  He is an F1 (mom a golden retriever, dad a standard poodle)  He weighs about 70 lbs.  (I wanted a large breed dog.)  He doesn't shed, maybe just a bit on occassion.  He is everything we could ask for and more.  He is everything to me!  He has the greatest disposition.  If you want an amazing description of his personality then see the link below.  We take him to doggy daycare at Central Bark downtown and he is the January Dog of the Month.  So proud of him!!  Haha!  Our doodle is now three and we now have a 1 and 1/2 year daughter.  They are best friends.  He is so caring and gentle with her.  They play together, etc.  He loves people, kids, digging in the snow and swimming.  He just wants to be loved and loves to love his family and friends!  We live in a condo downtown and he does great.  But, he needs to get energy out so we send him to doggy daycare and take him to local dog parks and walks!  He rarely barks, except when he is protecting our daughter.  He loves to give kisses.  We took him to obedience school when he was a puppy.  Fairly easy to train.  I would recommend a doodle to anyone, but I do believe you need to do your homework with breeders.  We purchased Bennett from a breeder in Neenah, WI.  Goldendoodle Acres!  It was a phenomenal experience.  Janece Schommer was so helpful.  She answered all of my questions.  We went out to visit our doodle's parents and premises.  Wonderful!  As you can tell, I am in love with our doodle!  Hope this helps a bit.  Please let me know if I can help in any other way!  The link to Central Bark Downtown Milwaukee, in case you are interested!


At 2:41am on January 10, 2012, Lois - Izzi said…

I should state,  I'm not being negitive,  the doodle can be a wonderful family pet. I loved these pictures from the 1st time I viewed them...  and a baby crying will not upset  him/her as long as you or your wife don't mind..   The puppy will just want to join you in those 2AM feedings.   Then you will have twins in action...    Welcome to the community.

At 1:47am on January 10, 2012, Lois - Izzi said…

truly, there is not a wide difference in learning ability. BUT there is a difference in temperament.  Fully educate yourself to the working breed.  They are highly active and need attention and exercise.   Your neighbor's dog has been exposed to many and different situations...  It shows..  He/she is excepting of your baby with total knowledge of what a baby is... showing no excitement to his cry.    A puppy is not going to do that automatically.  

At 11:42am on January 8, 2012, Grace and Pemon The Gentle Giant said…

Welcome C Simon.  We would love to see some pictures of your Doodle.


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