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IS A DOODLE FOR YOU?

ALL ABOUT LABRADOODLES & GOLDENDOODLES.

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Reactive Doodles 10 Replies

Hi everyone,Just wanted to start a topic for Reactive Doodle Owners. Doodles like any other dog can develop reactive problems. I have a male who is reactive to most dogs and some people. I think it…Continue

Tags: dog, reactive

Started by Sarah R. Last reply by Karen & Jackdoodle Feb 1, 2014.

Doodles and mouthing 7 Replies

We adopted our awesome Goldendoodle Licorice almost a year ago (she just turned 2). She is such a love and if she could crawl in your skin she would. I just was wondering if anyone has a problem with…Continue

Started by tracy forgosh. Last reply by Andrew Ficarella Nov 21, 2013.

LOOKS LIKE A DOODLE TO ME!-IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT USING "PETFINDER" 2 Replies

This article was written and ORIGINALLY POSTED BY JACQUIE YORKE - October, 10 2008 on doodlekisses.com IMPORTANT FACTS TO CONSIDER WHEN SEARCHING FOR DOODLES ON "PETFINDER"…Continue

Tags: Labradoodle, rescue collective, Australian Labradoodle, Goldendoodle, happy tails

Started by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director. Last reply by Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie Sep 30, 2012.

Things to Consider Before You Get a Doodle 7 Replies

From the Labradoodle Trust: Very important information for those considering adding a labradoodle or goldendoodle…Continue

Started by Karen & Jackdoodle. Last reply by Karen & Jackdoodle Jul 12, 2012.

THE MYTH OF THE HYPOALLERGENIC DOG

 The Myth of the Hypoallergenic Dog By Meredith Melnick…Continue

Tags: goldendoodle, australian labradoodle, labradoodle rescue, goldendoodle rescue, Doodle Rescue Collective

Started by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director Jul 9, 2011.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SHELTERS AND RESCUES? 2 Replies

About Animal Shelters and Animal Rescues: Animal shelters, dog pounds, and dog rescues, all of them take in unwanted dogs and try to find them new homes. There are two major differences between…Continue

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Started by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director. Last reply by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director Jul 17, 2010.

DOODLE OR POODLE?

THINK POODLES ARE TOO "FROO-FROO"?Doodle or Poodle?Doodle or Poodle?Doodle or Poodle?Doodle or Poodle?All of the dogs above are STANDARD POODLES!You can't tell the difference can you?To some people…Continue

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Started by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director Jul 17, 2010.

POSSIBLE CONGENITAL HEALTH PROBLEMS IN LABRADOODLES & GOLDENDOODLES 8 Replies

Although most Labradoodles & Goldendoodles are healthy, they can suffer from certain congenital health problems associated with both parent breeds in this case Poodles & Retrievers.Poodles,…Continue

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Started by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director. Last reply by Deborah Moore Jun 26, 2010.

THE ALLERGY MYTH-COURTESY OF "LABRADOODLE TRUST"

Allergy Friendly? http://www.labradoodletrust.com/allergy_info.htmlSo you have allergies or asthma and would like a dog that won’t make…Continue

Tags: australian labradoodle, puppymill, doodle dog, happy tails, petfinder

Started by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director Jun 26, 2010.

HISTORY OF THE "LABRADOODLE"

The Labradoodle was first deliberately bred in Australia in 1989, when Wally Conron of Royal Guide Dogs Association of Melbourne received a letter from a woman in Hawaii who needed a non-shedding…Continue

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Started by Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director Jun 24, 2010.

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Comment by Karen & Jackdoodle on June 11, 2010 at 8:32pm
LOL- the enthusiasm here is wonderful, but I think Jacquie started this group in an attempt to recreate the one we had on the old site, where we discuss the less idyllic aspects of doodle ownership, in order to make sure that prospective doodle owners, especially those who have never owned dogs before, are clear on the fact that these are NOT "perfect" dogs, media hype & breeder websites to the contrary.
We are trying to recover the old discussions to post here, and would be happy for anyone to start new ones, so that potential owners have a realistic view of what doodle ownership involves, including high-maintenance, shedding, exercise requirements, common ailments, costs of food, grooming, veterinary care, and all the other things that lead many people to relinquish their dogs.
Comment by Linda Lynch on June 11, 2010 at 7:52pm
amen for doodle ranches-if i win the lottery we'll donate a nice chunk to DRC! and start a doodle ranch!
Comment by Jenny Jackson on June 11, 2010 at 10:01am
I LOOVVVVEEEEEE doodles!!!
I was fortunate enough to buy Tessa from a fabulous breeder in my area. Healthy, happy and full of spirit. She is a true gem. She never stops smiling and is always a joy to be around. She loves giving kissessssss!

If I was independently wealthy, I'd have a Doodle ranch :)

Now if only I could tame her wild adoration for squirrel patroling! LOL :)
Comment by Deborah Moore on June 11, 2010 at 8:51am
Just to add this...my Connor was a puppy mill rescue @ 13 weeks. He was sick, horribly skinny and the happiest, tail-waggin puppy you could imagine. Today, at 2 1/2 yrs old, he is a therapy dog with TDI and works with special needs elementary school kids and the elderly. The kindness and gentleness in his heart is amazing! On the flip side, he has the goofiest sense of humor, always making us laugh. My fav is when he gets excited, he bunches up all 70 lbs of himself and bounces backwards three times! He also smiles big toothy grins!
These are amazing dogs. :-)
Comment by Sue Cooper on June 11, 2010 at 8:21am
I may bring some prospective to this group since I am not a Doodle owner!!! Since I have come late to the game, my pack is already formed with 4 dogs (2 rescues - not doodles- and 2 that we actually bought). I however LOVE fostering these wonderful animals and call them my temporary children. Early on (about 30 years ago) I had Standard Poodles and I was in love with them so I am naturally drawn to these doodle dogs! I will do my best to keep all you doodle owners grounded without letting my jealousy show!!!!!!!
Comment by tracy forgosh on June 11, 2010 at 12:07am
We have had our Goldendoodle, Licorice for almost a year now and she may steal every sock, shoe and anything she can get in her mouth, but we love the cutie pie and are so glad she is part of our family. May look into getting a friend for her : )
Comment by Deborah Moore on June 10, 2010 at 10:44pm
I knew the answer to this question was a definitive "YES!"" almost 3 years ago. Now the mom of two wonderful doods, I wish I had more time, space and money to add to my doodle brood. They are the absolute best! <3

 

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