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Lost my best friend to bladder cancer in June of this year. Best damn dog I ever had in my 59 years on this earth! Swore I’d never own another until today & now I’ve got 2 Goldendoodles thanks to my awesome wife.
Doodles are great pets.
 

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Tell me about it....

Griffin is now 70+ lbs and only 7 months old (the vet said he can continue to grow for about another year).
 
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Griffin is a good looking young man! Love his color

Mine go for their first spa treatment next week. Lol back in my day they called it a hair cut.
 

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What a difference 12 weeks makes (actually more like 9 weeks). Dakota just went to the the vet tonight, first adult shots. 20 lbs, up 7 from 3 weeks ago. And the last picture is one my wife took showing the size of the little girls paws, she is going to be about 60-70 lbs full grown. (hopefully not much more) FB_IMG_1576537245672.jpegIMG_20191214_151414.jpegIMG_20191214_075236.jpeg
 

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What a difference 12 weeks makes (actually more like 9 weeks). Dakota just went to the the vet tonight, first adult shots. 20 lbs, up 7 from 3 weeks ago. And the last picture is one my wife took showing the size of the little girls paws, she is going to be about 60-70 lbs full grown. (hopefully not much more) View attachment 57868View attachment 57869View attachment 57870
You’re gonna need a bigger bed when Dak is full grown. Luckily the females tend to be smaller than the males.
 

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Do they shed a lot?
I love my silky terrier, almost no shedding...!!
 

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Do they shed a lot?
I love my silky terrier, almost no shedding...!!
Our hope is that the GoldenDoodle will shed significantly less than the Golden Retrievers we have had. With the Retrievers, you could sweep up a puppy a week, maybe twice a week. Its' why we picked the carpets and flooring we currently have (matches golden hair). We might not get quite as much shedless as normal, since ours was an accidental pregnancy. Momma - Golden was supposed to be bred with a small poodle, well the owners goldendoodle (Golden X Poodle) got with her, so we have a Golden Golden Doodle. Her fur is certainly different than the golden's we have had in the past, very much curlier, so we are hopeful. Time will tell.
 

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We have had this boy 4 yrs now. We just wanted a couch dog, but the vet kept nagging "You should learn to show this dog" So we did. 2 RVs, 25000 mi, 16 states, 30+ weekends, countless hot dogs for the fairground concessions, donation of 20 cases of wine for group dinners later, we are glad we did. We have met some of the nicest people.
 

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