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He has endless energy for running/ hiking/ playing with his friends, but yet he has a completely calm demeanor. I often get stopped on the street by people asking what kind of dog he is or telling me how cute he is and then they are taken by his calmness and can't believe he is only two. He is the perfect dog for children to pet/interact with because he doesn't lick or jump, just sniffs them and gives them a little bump w/ his muzzle. He loves doing anything in the woods, and has just discovered chasing ducks in the water to my dismay as he doesn't always listen when on the chase. He is great with other dogs and people. He is not much of a cuddler in fact the only person he cuddles with for extended periods is my nephew with special needs it is amazingly sweet and wonderful for both of them. But yet he is extremely loyal and always wants to be near me. I really can't express in words how wonderful this animal is and the joy he has brought to me and my family!""My husband and I purchased our puppy boy blue last June from the Megan/Mac litter that were born on April 12th. We live in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia. We cannot imagine our lives without Finnegan!He is so sweet. He loves playing with other dogs, playing fetch, playing tug of war, and gathering sticks.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

We breed well adjusted, properly socialized, sweet, loving Goldendoodle puppies with low to non shedding, allergy friendly coats. We specialize in English Goldendoodles as well as American Goldendoodles in F1, F1B, F2B and F3 Generations. We breed Goldendoodles in small, medium and large standard sizes. The Goldendoodle is a cross between the purebred Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. The breed is currently recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club and the International Canine Association as a Designer Dog Breed. According to Wikipedia, the Goldendoodle originated in 1990’s in North America and Australia.

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Coconut oil contains lauric acid, one of those good fats we are always in search of. Additionally the oil does not break down in heat or light and also has anti bacterial and anti fungal properties. ”I have been giving my four Coconut oil for almost a year now. At first I did notice some weight gain so I cut back on the oil and also give them shredded coconut and coconut milk. The extra fiber is great and recommended by our vet and they love the taste. Tear stains are gone, their ears have been clean and healthy. I have a “foot licker” and drooler, his feet and chin are not stained either. I have 3 Golden’s and a mini Goldendoodle so health concerns are a priority. I give them many supplements loaded with omega’s and antioxidants, coconut oil is another great nutritional supplement and it taste’s great. I am obsessed with the stuff. French bulldogs yorkies and sphynx cats.