Nothing is as rewarding to these heroes as a successful adoption!Please help these healthy pets, before looking at a Goldendoodle puppies breeder, or a Goldendoodle puppy for sale search our Goldendoodle adoption database at this page!Shelters have dogs of all breeds, including purebred Goldendoodles. These dogs sometimes end up in shelters because a Goldendoodle dog breeder, or someone who had Goldendoodle puppies sale was not able to find a home for all the dogs. These people are sometimes called "backyard" breeders. These are people who make some easy cash by breeding purebred Goldendoodles over and over then try to make easy cash by posting Goldendoodles puppies for sale in newspaper classified ads. Remember that most of these backyard Goldendoodle dog breeders don't know about breeding for favorable health and temperament qualities, and they don't know how to raise a properly socialized litter. Many of the Goldendoodle dog breeders wean litters from their mothers way too soon.
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Always check for mats behind the dog's elbows and ears and carefully snip these out with small, sharp scissors. Dogs today are very much a part of a family setting. They keep us entertained, put smiles on our faces, they are our children's best friends, they are there for us to talk to when we are lonely and have no one else!They love us unconditionally and bring an abundance of joy and love into a family. There is no question in my mind that since the beginning of time dogs have been know as mans best friend!Goldendoodles are no exception. A golden doodle is a mix between a golden retriever and a poodle. Breeders is Australia started breeding this cross in the mid 1980's and breeders in north America have been breeding them since the mid 1990's. They where first bred in Australia as guide dogs for people needing a larger, allergy friendly dog!Goldendoodles are amazing, healthy, family dogs for so many reasons!First of all the mix between a poodle and retriever gives the doodle a quality known as "hybrid vigor" the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents which means mix breed dogs are usually healthier and live longer then purebreds. This is because most genetic traits are recessive. Golden's and poodles don't have a lot of diseases in common so if both parents don't carry a particular trait for a certain disease the pups can't get it. This is the reason many mix breed dogs including the goldendoodle are healthier then purebreds. You still have to choose your breeder carefully and make sure they are performing all the required health testing, temperament testing and researching the lines thoroughly before they are breeding their dogs but in general mix breeds are genetically more sound!Goldendoodles also possess many qualities of both the poodle and golden.