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He has separation anxiety always hasand doesn’t get enough exercise. I’m gonna work on the exercise part and see if it helps. The urinating is awful. I feel bad for himThe Goldendoodle Association of North America GANA’s primary objective is to promote and guide the development of the Goldendoodle to achieve breed standards while maintaining optimum health. GANA guides breeders to the common goal of establishing reliability in coat, type, health, and temperament. It is imperative that the breed’s ancestry be documented to allow pedigree and health information to be accessed as the breed’s development moves forward.

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Both bred from retrievers and poodles, what is the difference?This is a common question that a lot of people ask, and other than a few physical traits, there are not a lot of differences between the Goldendoodle and Labradoodle. As far as personality and temperament is concerned, it’s very hard to distinguish many distinctions between these two breeds. Both dogs are highly trainable, intelligent, hypoallergenic, and extremely friendly. Goldendoodles seem to be a little less weary when meeting strangers, but both dogs are known to be extremely sociable animals. They both have been used many times for service and therapy purposes, and are great with children. The main differences between these two breeds are their physical characteristics. As far as size is concerned, the Goldendoodle tends to be a little larger than the Labradoodle, both in height and weight. When it comes to looks and grooming, the Goldendoodle has hair that is much longer than the Labradoodle, therefore it will need visits to the groomer for a haircut every 4 10 weeks or so. If you base your decision on the maintenance of the coat and grooming, you may want to consideration to purchasing a Goldendoodle. Speaking of coats, both dogs are categorized as either F1 or F1B based on the amount of hair and amount of shedding that will occur. The main difference is that F1’s will shed some and F1B’s shed very little, if at all.

 

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Fleece coats, often called borderline, are made up of loose curls. They feel soft to the touch, yet are still more hair like than wool like. Although puppies with fleece coats require little care, the phase when the adult hair is growing in requires a great deal of care. Once the adult coats are complete, they usually stay quite soft. Some dogs with fleece coats shed more than others, but most are quite allergy friendly. Dogs with curly coats, also called woolly coats, resemble poodles, in that they have very tight curls. When these coats are long, they require at least a half hour of grooming per day. However, they don't shed, are very allergy friendly, and if the hair is kept short, it's easily manageable. A goldendoodle's coat should be shampooed about once a month. Always bathe a goldendoodle in a warm room. A standard bathtub or even a shower will work for bathing, although a raised tub and and a long shower hose are helpful.