goldendoodle dog breeders in oregon2/16/2019 by Admin (06:33:34 AM)
No barking, being quiet lovable little guy. Thank you for breeding our little guy. ?The McKnight's I am not the owner of this special pup. It was awarded to one of the participants in the 5th Annual C. Clyde Run, named in my honor. This was a charity event for Shepherd's Crossing, an ecumenical non profit which assists poor people with rent and utility assistance.
We can teach a new trick in under 10 minutes, he has there softest no shed spiral curls, we can leave him uncaged over night, run miles quietly by our side on a roadside or mountain trail, and behaves himself whether alone at home or in a crowded park.
They are highly intelligent and love to play but are gentle still. They make great family dogs. They make great therapy dogs but can also be used as service or guide dogs, however activity is a restraining factor in this for a happy healthy dog. They are great with challenge and make good agility dogs. They need exercise and do best in homes with active family members where they can get plenty of outdoor activity. They need daily exercise. A lack of exercise can result in some unwanted behavior like excessive digging, chewing, barking or other activities. Over the past few decades, Poodle hybrids have become increasingly popular. The name “Goldendoodle” was first used in the United States in the early 1990s, several years after Wally Conron coined the term “Labradoodle” for its Australian cousin. The Labradoodle was developed as a guide dog for vision impaired people who themselves or whose family members suffered from dog allergies. As the Labradoodle’s popularity rose astronomically among service and companion dog owners in the late 1980s and 1990s, other dog fanciers decided to cross Golden Retrievers with Standard Poodles, to see if the gentle nature and cheerfulness of the Golden and the coat and intelligence of the Poodle would produce a combination as popular as that of the Labradoodle.
We were very relaxed with the entire process. Well, she did great on the way home. She adjusted very quickly in our home with three young children. She is about 45 pounds now at 8 months old, but looks much bigger with all her fur. When we take her out people always stop and comment on her beauty or to ask us what breed she is. She is really beautiful. Her behavior is amazing as well. She is gentle and loving. She is always by my side or my feet while I'm typing this. She is relaxed when we need her to be, but can also be very playful with us and the children. She loves playing fetch and chasing birds.