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Goldendoodles - essentially the most wonderful pets you might hope for. Unless, after all, they soar on you and knock you down. Or they chew via an electric cord. Otherwise you're allergic and the endless shedding annoys you.

I've had my goldendoodles for 3 years now, and (like children) the delights outweigh the aggravations, at the very least a lot of the time.

The reason I purchased goldendoodles to begin with was their (alleged) non-shedding, hypoallergenic status. Whereas for me, the allergy claim has been true, others in my family begin sneezing and itching around them. As for shedding, my dogs should lack the right kind of poodle genes. Hair is all over the place, all of the time. My youngsters now understand the aim of lint rollers.

Concerning friendliness, goldendoodles can't be beat. My canine have never met a human or canine they didn't love. This does not make for good watch canine, however at the least they could lick an intruder to death.

Goldendoodles are certainly chewers, at the least for the first few years. Mine selected to chew my door frames (when I wasn't looking). They're rambunctious puppies and cannot be trusted to be left unattended for lengthy periods. I think it probably can be easier in case you have only one doodle. Like little boys, mine egg each other on in their mischief. We got because I'm gone at work long hours and so they do keep one another company. I say "we" because they really belong to my children...

I've by no means known my canine to snap at anybody, however my hand was snagged by a tooth once they had been puppies, and the two dogs play roughly with one another at times. Even dogs that do not chunk might accidentally achieve this if you introduce your hand the place it shouldn't be.

The biggest hazard my dogs pose is that I have never trained them (yet) not to bounce on people. This shouldn't be good for animals weighing 50 to 80 pounds. They might easily knock a child or older person off their feet. Considered one of my dogs is naturally a jumper. She leaps into the air with joy on the prospect of seeing an old friend or new acquaintance. I'm hoping as she ages this changes, though training her is probably the higher answer. This same dog likes to swim, and delights in diving right into a swimming pool. Nonetheless, a leaping, swimming canine is best prevented, especially round small children. Dogs have no idea that their claws can inflict harm while swimming, and instinct mandates that they hold their legs moving.

If you happen to're looking for a dog to sleep with, a goldendoodle will leap at the alternative (when you can stand it). If that's your plan, I recommend you've got your goldendoodle groomed and washed regularly. The lengthy hair (so long as eight inches) collects all sorts of particles you won't need in your bed.

My son wanted a lap dog. That's what we now have, an eighty pound lap dog. For companionship, goldendoodles make wonderful friends. They'll take as a lot love and attention as you may give, and nonetheless be ready for more.

We all learn from experience, and I might advise that you spend more time than I have training your dog. Indulgence results in jumping, licking, chewing, hairy monsters... however I love them anyway.

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