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This is our Standard Poodle's second litter. All the puppies from the previous litter also F1 goldendoodles, but dad is different have grown into stunning confident loving dogs and have exceeded our expectations, so we are expecting great things from this litter too!When deciding to breed, our focus was on health and temperament above all else. Mum to the pups is our beautiful dark apricot standard poodle who really is the picture of health. To ensure we only breed from the best we have had her hip scored 6/7, she holds a current clear BVA eye exam certificate, and has been DNA tested clear for vWD 1, Degenerative Myelopathy, Neonatal Encephalopathy and Malignant Hyperthermia and prcd PRA. All these certificates are here for you to view. You probably won't find a healthier poodle with as many tests carried out!And it will mean none of her puppies will be effected by any of these horrible genetic diseases.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Common sense should prevail that if we were to spread a topical toxin on our skin, it would cause our skin to burn, itch and eventually over time cause internal organ failure or damage. Flea and tick season usually last for about four months out of the year, depending upon where you live. Lyme disease is a real threat to Goldendoodles. If you reside in an area where Lyme disease is a possible issue, your veterinarian should provide your Goldendoodle a vaccination for this disease. In areas such as Florida, tick season is year round. Usually September is the worst month for fleas, but we use a once a month tablet called “comfortis”. This tablet prevents fleas from being an issue for our adult dogs. As your Goldendoodle puppy gets closer to six months of age, you can consider talking with your veterinarian about using a safe flea/tick dip rather than a topical flea treatment. What I have personally come to find is that you will have to use common sense and caution. Many veterinarians are not aware that topical flea and tick treatments are causing seizure issues for Goldendoodles, so they sell their clients these treatments. Later down the road, the client’s doodle will have a seizure and then the breeder receives a call due to the dog having a seizure.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Regardless, at the very least, a pup may grow into a dog that sheds a little, which is still a big difference from the full breed Golden Retriever, which are known to be big shedders. The English Goldendoodle has grown in popularity over the last couple of years. This beautiful cross between an English Golden Retriever and a Poodle has been popularized due to its numerous positive traits. They are overly friendly, intelligent, and have a very accepting nature. They can also be extremely effective as a service or therapy dog. Generally, the English Goldendoodle is a brilliant family companion. They enjoy human company and can be highly obedient with the right training. However, owners are generally advised to avoid harsh corrections, as this could ruin their confidence. With their rapidly rising population, it pays to have some general knowledge about the pet. 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.