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By registering your puppy with TGR, you help to document the development of the Goldendoodle breed for future generations to come. In addition, the certificate provides documentation of ownership should your dog ever be lost or stolen. Registering litters is vital to assure accurate records of Goldendoodle genealogy. Registering your Goldendoodle litter is easy. Once you’ve registered your Kennel and the parent dogs of a litter, you fill out the online form for the entire litter. You will receive emailed registration forms one for each pup to give to your customers. Providing litter registration certificates to your clients shows that you are professional, and committed to tracking your bloodlines and pedigrees to enhance your breeding practices. TGR provides a choice of limited or full registration puppy applications for breeders to provide to their puppy buyers. Breeders are welcome to use this pedigree service for one or all of the litters they produce. Many breeders are breeding Labradoodle to Labradoodle over successive generations, and trying to establish a new dog breed. This practice began with one man in Australia and the resulting dogs are usually referred to as Multigenerational Multigen or Australian Labradoodles.

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Since 1999, we have always known that Goldendoodles react differently to vaccines than many other types of dogs. We did NOT realize until 2004 that the brand we had been using was NOT affective at all in protecting our Goldendoodles from parvo and distemper!In 2005, we spoke with a company that offers vaccinations to the general public and we spoke at great lengths of what was going on. We were fortunate enough to have found a gentleman who had 25 years of vaccination experience that really changed everything for us!His knowledge turned the tables with ONE vaccine!New high titer low passage vaccines are most effective than older vaccines even in the presence of maternal antibodies, and have narrowed the window of susceptibility that occurs between declining levels of maternal antibodies and acquired immunity produced by the vaccination. We discovered that by NOT allowing the general public to enter our premises unless they made a financial commitment to a puppy this stopped all the breeder hopping that so many potential customers do when in search for a family pet and by vaccinating our young puppies at the age of three weeks instead of waiting until they were six or eight weeks of age, our puppies remained parvo free and this reduced the risk of possible exposure dramatically!Many breeders never give if a single thought when someone calls them wanting to "swing by and have a looksie" at their adorable puppies!We learned tragically of how dangerous this simple request could be!Until more breeders hop on the STRICT POLICY bandwagon, more puppies will become infected with parvo in 2008!Breeding dogs should be vaccinated two to four weeks before being bred to ensure high levels of antibody in their colostrum. However, if you have a kennel, it is NOT recommended that you only vaccinate one dog. If you are vaccinating one dog, you must vaccinate them all.