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goldendoodle breeders in connecticut

They definitely wasted their money, and like you said could have gone to a shelter and gotten the same thing for a better purpose. Goldendoodles are NOT non allergenic, as said in the article, unless it is a generation after generation bred goldendoodle. Otherwise you will get a golden retreiver, poodle mix, with characteristics of both, usually one more than the other. Yes, they are very expensive if you purchase them from a reputable breeder. Because it is more a mix breed dog than a purebred dog as the AKC will not accept any poodle hybrid, such as the goldendoodle, you can findthem at animals shelters if you look hard enough, and the fee will be an adoption fee, which is usually much less than purchasing the same mix breed from a "breeder. "Originally, these "designer dogs" were bred to help people.

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teacup goldendoodle temperament

The puppies are raised here in our home where they are well loved, handled and very well socialized. We have high quality, very calm parents and we come highly recommended by our veterinary office. We are premier breeders of home raised puppies. Our use of guardian homes allows us to produce top quality dogs that are well socialized and loved in a home setting. Visit our websites to see why our pups are among the most highly desired in the nation. Our application process acts as a screening method to be sure our puppies go to only the best fit homes. If you're serious about getting a wonderful puppy, you should check us out. Your puppy will come up to date on vaccinations and with a great health guarantee. We NEVER ship puppies under any circumstances as we think it provides a terrible start. We do occasionally hand deliver puppies. Many of our adopting families come from North Carolina.

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goldendoodle dog breed information

Here are five things you didn’t know about the English Goldendoodle. The first generation of the English Goldendoodle displays what is commonly referred to as “hybrid vigor,” a certain phenomenon in animal breeding where the first cross between two different purebreds comes out healthier and develops better than the actual parents. These hybrids are known to be excellent family dogs – intelligent, friendly, and affectionate. The backcross Goldendoodle, dubbed F1B, is produced by crossing a Poodle with a first generation Goldendoodle. These Goldendoodles tend to be more successful for non shedding traits, and are recommended for homes with allergy prone family members. Goldendoodles come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes. The coat is usually varies from wavy to curly and can grow for up to 2 3 inches in length. The hair is longer on the body, legs, ears, and tail than on the muzzle and head. The coat can be red, apricot, golden, gray, cream, white, copper, or black, but golden tends to be the most common. The coat seems to lighten with age, and the feathering can be white. Although the Goldendoodle is a relatively light shedder, it still needs some grooming.

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