goldendoodles for sale in dayton ohio

Should Buyer not be successful at training these behaviors on their own, Buyer agrees to seek professional help from certified trainers. Goldendoodles are typically affectionate and friendly, and Rosewood Kennel LLC would not knowingly place a puppy with an unsound temperament with any family. However, no one can guarantee the future temperament of a dog due to environmental influences, improper training or socialization, neglect or abuse. Therefore, Rosewood Kennel LLC does not warrant such. It's worth noting that a Goldendoodle's parent breed's ancestry is that of a hunter and water dog and that they can have shaggy coats much like that of a Retriever or a relaxed curl type coat that resembles that of a Poodle with many Goldendoodles having a coat that's somewhere in between the two. Today, the Goldendoodle which is also sometimes referred to as a Groodle remains not only a wonderful family pet, but they are also very versatile and highly valued working dogs too. They are wonderful PAT dogs and have helped handlers as service dogs too. Goldendoodles are gentle, patient and extremely affectionate by nature and thrive on human company which are just some of the reasons they have become so popular throughout the world. Goldendoodles come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colours with puppies in a same litter looking quite different because it depends on whether they throw more to the Golden Retriever or to the Poodle. However, responsible breeders are trying to breed dogs that are not only healthy, but which have more consistency in their looks and natures too. However, there is no "breed standard" as such with some Goldendoodles having tight curly coats whereas other can have silkier, flatter coats that resemble more that of a Golden Retriever rather than a Poodle. goldendoodle dog facts The Golden Retriever, Poodle cross is a mixed breed of dog with no set standards. Which means that by any definition, there is no way of telling what temperament, size, coat your dog will have. Since there are many different 'types' of Goldendoodles, it is very hard to tell at puppy hood what your dog will be like. But, by doing research and by meeting the dam and sire of your puppy, you should be able to get a glimpse of what your puppy's temperament may be like when he/she grows up. The reason why there are over 450 standards and registered breeds out there is so that people can read about the standard of the dog and get a pretty good idea of what their dog will be like when fully grown. When mixing breeds together, there is no telling what the dog could turn out to be like. [[CUSTOM-CODE

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According to Wikipedia, the Goldendoodle originated in 1990’s in North America and Australia.