"What background does an aussiegoldendoodle have? sounds interesting."
Our guy, Chief, is half Aussie, part golden retriever, and part standard poodle. He's smart and cheerful, somewhat protective but friendly, and just as happy to chill out and nap all day as he is running a thousand miles trying to herd the dogs at the park.
I am definitely aware that companionship is a dog-to-dog thing, not a generalized breed-to-breed thing. Our son had a Goldendoodle that we loved, but our Dobie Charlie wasn't yet in our family when Teddy was with us. Our rescue Dobie needs a playful, interesting, energetic yet not overly assertive female companion. My husband and I would love to add the right Doodle to our home and family. We are retired for the most part and enjoy sharing our home with a couple of dogs, as we did when our kids were young.
Hi there. Thank you for the feedback about allergies. My husband and I are aware of those issues, but we would still like to adopt a doodle / poodle. We currently have a poodle, Xander, who is under the care of Dr. Hope Coleman. All of this is in our application and file. Thank you, Victoria.
Thank you for this information. While I have spent years teaching dogs to earn off leash and privileges, I do see why a fenced in yard is preferred. My husband and I are working on a plan. With COVID-19 materials are challenging and having a cohesive plan with our property and expanded deck design is important to us. I don’t want to just throw something together fast and then hate it and do it again.
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I have read the adoption policies. I am also aware of the allergy issues. Wehad a doodle for 14 and a half years. We currently have a Standardpoodle and a poodle mix(maltese?). Neitherof them are an issue.
The vet records are either in my husbands name or Both our names. If that isn’t sufficient, I’ll look elsewhere. We provide a wonderful, loving home for our pets. We keep them for life. They have room to run and are well fed and well loved.
Ok, thanks for the response. Unfortunately, I cannot provide information on the vets we previously used for our pets as I had stated in my application that it was quite some time ago since we had the dogs. They were alway very healthy animals and I cannot remember a time where we needed one for anything other than routine medical checkups. Those were usually done at the Chandler/Gilbert Animal Hospital in AZ. I am sorry I cannot provide you any more information than that.
Hello. I understand the need for the Veterinary reference and I have a coworker who has a Goldendoodle. He reaally likes his Vet and suggested I use his. How do I add that information as you requested? Thank you.
Thanks so much for getting back to me. I have a few questions. We always had dogs nand cats while my children were growing up, until they just grew old ( the animals and the kids).After they went to college, I worked full time and have not had a pet for a while. Also, I do not have a vet because I do not have a pet now. I do dogs Sit for my grown children. Now, that I retired, I would just love a dog. Been thinking about it and looking for some time. Should I just list the vet I would use, that my daughter uses?
Many years ago we cared for my sister's Irish Setter for one year while she lived in Europe. It is too long ago to have records. I am willing to provide her name as a reference if that would further my chances of adopting a rescue dog. Because we both worked full time and traveled a lot right after retirement, we did not believe that it was wise to leave a dog alone for so many hours a day. Now we are home 24/7 and would like to share our lives with a rescue dog. We do have vet records of careful and loving care for a rescue cat for 14 years, including for 1 1/2 years after he he suffered a stroke.
Thank you for the comment. Yes, we aware of any cross breed labrador doodle is still going to have some allergy issues, but they don't shed and that's a big factor in why my wife and I are excited to pursue our next family member.