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mini goldendoodle haircut styles One on hand, you have the ability to shape your dog's appearance to your liking. But on the other hand, its nearly impossible to figure out the perfect haircut for your doodle?What is the best doodle haircut?We're here to help you figure out the answer to that question!You'll find short articles with a variety of goldendoodle hairstyle ideas to assist you in designing the perfect haircut for your own doodle. We've included goldendoodle before and after grooming pictures as well as pictures and descriptions of different doodle hairdos and tips on grooming your own doodle. At Mini Doodle Dogs we breed Mini Goldendoodle puppies, Mini Labradoodle Puppies, Mini Sheepadoodle puppies, as well as Toy Goldendoodle pups, Toy Labradoodle pups, and coming soon Toy Sheepadoodle puppies. We pride ourselves in offering a mini doodle dog that has a truly great temperament. Our puppies are playful, cuddly, and really great with children. We are a small business but we love our mini doodle dogs. Quite regularly these sweetheart puppies will stop people in the street just to adore the cuteness!All of our mini doodle dogs are well socialized and very loved, from day one. Check them out online or come see them in person; they LOVE visitors!We are located in Northern Utah but we deliver puppies to homes all across the nation. At Mini Doodle Dogs it's important that all of our Mini Labradoodle puppies, Mini Goldendoodle pups, Mini Sheepadoodle dogs, Teacup Goldendoodle puppies, Toy Sheepadoodles and Toy Labradoodles come with a 1 year Health Guarantee, so if there is any complication or problem we'll work with you in resolving it. All of our puppies are up to date on their shots, dewormed, litterbox trained, and have crate training before leaving us so that you can have confidence in the puppy you're buying.

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The American love affair with Goldendoodles prompted the creation of “mini Goldendoodles” from crosses of female Golden Retrievers to male Miniature or Toy Poodles. The first reported Miniature Goldendoodle litter arrived in January 2002, attracting a great deal of attention. As word spread, more people jumped on the bandwagon to breed small Goldendoodles that were perfect for apartment and city living. At this time, Goldendoodles are not recognized as a distinct breed by the American Kennel Club AKC, the United Kennel Club UKC, the Canadian Kennel Club CKC or any other widely recognized all breed purebred dog registry. However, Goldendoodle aficionados are making concerted efforts to standardize their type and temperament so that eventually they will be fully accepted by purebred dog registries. The Goldendoodle Association of North America GANA claims to be the only organization dedicated to creating and maintaining a reliable registry for the Goldendoodle. Its stated mission is to promote and guide the development of the Goldendoodle to achieve a consistent standard for the “breed” in terms of coat, type, health and temperament. These efforts are opposed by the American parent clubs of the Golden Retriever and Poodle, which view Goldendoodles and similar hybrids as genetic gambles that create expensive designer mutts bred primarily to deceive the buying public into thinking that there is something “better” about them than their purebred predecessors. The debate over whether the Goldendoodle should or should not be considered an independent breed will no doubt continue for many years. As hybrid crosses like the Goldendoodle develop richer genetic variation, they will become healthier and more likely to live longer than either of their parental lines. Today, the average life expectancy of a Goldendoodle is 10 to 14 years.

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These dogs also require mental stimulation to prevent them from getting bored and developing problem behaviors, plus they do not like being left alone for long periods of time. In terms of health, Goldendoodles are extremely variable depending on their genetics. Both Golden Retriever and Standard Poodles are at risk for certain conditions like hip dysplasia and gastric dilation volvulus which could increase your Goldendoodle’s susceptibility to these conditions. Other problems your Goldendoodle may be at risk for developing could include Addison’s disease, epilepsy, allergies, skin problems, and hypothyroidism. When you start looking around for a Goldendoodle puppy you shouldn’t be surprised to find a wide range of different prices from various breeders. Some breeders who consider the Goldendoodle to be a “designer dog” will sell their puppies for much higher prices than a breeder who considers the Goldendoodle to be a mixed breed.