goldendoodle rescue near indiana

He desperately needed a purpose and Lexi gave him that and more. They play all the time and he's always looking out for her. Thank you again for everything. ""Our hearts overflow with affection and adoration for our gorgeous bundle of fur, Helly, from Maggie and Kubby's April 2014 litter. Words cannot express the abundance of love, happiness, and gratitude we have felt since bringing Helly home. She is now 6 months old and continues to charm us with her amazing personality. Helly is such an affectionate, intelligent, loyal, photogenic, and incredibly well adjusted puppy. Her inquisitive, yet placid, temperament continually amazes us, our family, and friends. Helly even receives daily praises from strangers that she is the sweetest and most adorable dog they have ever seen. People actually ask if she is real, as she looks like a teddy bear. And her beautiful cinnamon colored coat continues to grow more curly and soft. goldendoodles for sale in millersburg ohio When these coats are long, they require at least a half hour of grooming per day. However, they don't shed, are very allergy friendly, and if the hair is kept short, it's easily manageable. A goldendoodle's coat should be shampooed about once a month. Always bathe a goldendoodle in a warm room. A standard bathtub or even a shower will work for bathing, although a raised tub and and a long shower hose are helpful. A nonslip mat on the floor of the tub is important. Although many manufacturers produce shampooo specifically for dogs, many of these products tend to dry out goldendoodles' skin. Instead of these, use a mild baby shampoo or a 2 in 1 shampoo with conditioner included. Regular shampoos won't kill fleas, so if this is necessary, use a shampoo designed specifically for this purpose. A human lice shampoo is also effective. When bathing a goldendoodle, start by washing the dog's face with a wet, soap free washcloth at the head and work towards the tail.

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We have also set up a facebook group just for the owners of this litter so we can all keep in touch, when you have picked your pup we will add you to the group and we will constantly upload photos and videos of the puppies so you can watch them grow whilst you wait for the big day!We did this for our first litter and to this day we all still keep in touch on a daily basis!We will be taking viewings from Saturday 15th when the puppies will be just over 3 weeks of age.