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elbows OFA3. Eyes CERF Required Yearly4. Von Willebrands vWd bleeding disorder DNA or Blood screen5. Sebaceous Adenitis SA Skin Disorder Thyroid malfunctions Not Required but a highly recommended test for all breeding dogs. Tests required for breeding of Miniature and Toy Poodles. 1. Hips for HD and Legg Perves Disease OFA, Penn hip or OVC2. Stifles for Luxating Patella's3. Eyes CERF Required Yearly4. Von Willebrands Disease vWd DNA or Blood screen Thyroid malfunctions Not Required but a highly recommended test for all breeding dogsI have given you a brief description of the doodle. If you have more questions about this breed you are more then welcome to visit my website.

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We never really had any problems with him chewing things up. He does like to run so we go every morning and sometimes at night too depending on the weather. He can be a little stubborn sometimes, probably because he is so smart. He is just great. We get compliments on him constantly!His dad is Mac and his mom is Megan. He was born April 24th, 2014. Thanks again. We just love our Charlie!""Just wanted to send you some pics of Ziggy and an update he was Dayglo Orange puppy from Maggie and Kubby's April litter. He is awesome!I have people frequently tell me that he is the cutest dog they have ever seen and I agree!He is super sweet a great mix of affectionate, yet independent and so quirky and funny. His favorite thing is other dogs and he loves them all. He was potty trained within two weeks and slept through the night from the first night!He is already sleeping out of his crate at nights, but seems to like it during the day when I am gone.

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Do you have that kind of time?Many Goldendoodle dogs in shelters or with rescue groups are already trained and ready to go!Adults have a much longer attention span than puppies, too, which means they're easier and faster to teach. Adult dogs already have recognizable personality traits, so you'll be able to select one who is great with children. Many Goldendoodle rescue groups use foster homes to make sure each Goldendoodles for adoption is trained to be well behaved indoors. Although all dogs need attention and playtime, an adult dog's needs are far less demanding than a puppy's. You Won’t Know a Puppy’s Personality for SometimeWith an adult Goldendoodle, what you see is what you get. Their personality is already developed, and you'll be able to spot the characteristics you're looking for much more easily than with a puppy Goldendoodle.

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