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We use it all the time for our young Goldendoodle puppies. “Equate” lice shampoo usually only costs $6 for a large bottle and the Goldendoodle owner simply follows the instructions on the bottle. It is safe to use on their puppy and it will protect their doodle baby from fleas and ticks for approximately 2 weeks. This medicated shampoo will bind to their Goldendoodle puppy’s hair strands and it is safer than any topical flea or tick treatment on the market. “Equate” lice shampoo is cheaper as well. The Companion Animal Parasite Council CAPC recommends that you administer a monthly preventative flea medication all year round for your canine, but this council doesn’t do any fact finding with regards to the Goldendoodle dog or their issues when it comes to seizures and topical flea or tick treatments. We heard from Goldendoodle owners from all around the United States who had issues with their hybrids and they purchased their doodles from a wide variety of breeders. This issues affects the dog, in general. I suspect it has something to do with the pyrithin level and the fact it is a toxin that does distribute itself throughout the dog’s internal organs. Common sense should prevail that if we were to spread a topical toxin on our skin, it would cause our skin to burn, itch and eventually over time cause internal organ failure or damage. Flea and tick season usually last for about four months out of the year, depending upon where you live.

 

 

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Buyer must contact seller for consultation, PRIOR to treatments or surgery for genetic defects, to review all possible treatments. In the event of such a defect, Breeder may elect either a or b as follows: a Purchaser shall be entitled to another puppy from a breeding that is acceptable to both if the vet bills related to the covered defect are equal or greater than the cost of the puppy. If the new price is higher, the purchaser shall pay the difference; or b SELLER will reimburse the purchaser for his/her veterinarian expenses incurred in connection with the treatment of the defect up to the price of the puppy, not including shipping costs. This guarantee is non transferable and is valid only if the following requirements have been met:• Buyer understands that puppies may exhibit certain undesirable behaviors nipping, chewing, barking, marking, etc. Buyer is responsible for ongoing, lifetime socialization and training of the puppy to correctly teach acceptable behaviors as appropriate for the puppy/dog’s age level. 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.

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These hybrids are known to be excellent family dogs – intelligent, friendly, and affectionate. The backcross Goldendoodle, dubbed F1B, is produced by crossing a Poodle with a first generation Goldendoodle. These Goldendoodles tend to be more successful for non shedding traits, and are recommended for homes with allergy prone family members. Goldendoodles come in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes. The coat is usually varies from wavy to curly and can grow for up to 2 3 inches in length. The hair is longer on the body, legs, ears, and tail than on the muzzle and head. The coat can be red, apricot, golden, gray, cream, white, copper, or black, but golden tends to be the most common. The coat seems to lighten with age, and the feathering can be white. Although the Goldendoodle is a relatively light shedder, it still needs some grooming. Most owners usually clip the coat for better maintenance. If you prefer to keep it in its natural state, you’ll need to brush it once every one or two weeks.