"My doodle does that too!! That's the retriever part of them. They have soft mouths for that and they don't know what to do those mouths now that we don't use them for hunting. I tell him no - he generally stops. He never bites. Most…"
I was on the last site. I like the site because if I have questions you seem to always have the answers or know where I should look.
Tell us about your dog(s) and/or other pets that you have:
I have a 3-year old male labradoodle - Truman. He is black with a very poodly coat (wooly). He is standard sized, around 80 pounds and a big goofball.
I have a 5-year old female border collie/corgi mix - Holly. I got her after Truman. It took them about a week to get to know each other but after that they were joined at the hip.
Have you read our adoption policies?
I got my doodle from a local breeder (she may be a backyard breeder but she only has a few dogs and they seemed well cared for). I chose him because I have allergies and because I like both breeds. He turned out to be the joy of my life.
Are you now involved in Rescue? If so, how? Are you interested in volunteering with our rescue?
I volunteer at a golden retriever rescue in town. I live in a small home and don't have a real fence (we have an electric fence) plus I work full time, so I don't think I would be a great foster parent. I have transported for the rescue group here. I have a small SUV so the crates can't be too big or the dog has to be comfortable out of one.