"'Doodle out' means looking like what we think a doodle looks like (whether curly or straight) - fluffy with facial furnishings i.e. beard, mustache. Your guy most definitely looks like a doodle. He is also…"
"Oh wow. My breeder called my doodle a "small medium" and said he would weigh about 35 lbs full grown. Both mom and dad were between 30-40 lbs. He is 2 weeks shy of 1 year and weighs 36!lbs. does that mean I actually have a mini?"
"I'm new to this site. Can I ask what "doodle out" means? I assume it means their looks. I have an 11 mo. Old Asd/Goldendoodle. He was wavy as a baby but has become very very curly. Almost but not quite like a standard poodle. I…"
"I agree with Leslie. We got two dogs born on June 1, but different breeds. They are exactly the same size, too. A "small medium" male ASD/Goldendoodle and a female Red Heeler. Now 11 months, they both weigh 36 lbs. I thought I would go…"
"Bentley on the right at 7 weeks:). Looking very open faced but with some nice eyebrows and lashes:). Such a sweet boy! Sister Willow on the left was the only curly pup in the litter, the other two pups aside from Bentley were shaggy/wavy"
"We got our Kate at 17 weeks and she had some facial hair, tail, and her back was starting to get wavy. She ended up with loosely curled hair. She sheds but not bad. The worst shedding is when they shed the puppy coat. We ended up having her clipped…"
"Thank you for the suggestion, I will do so! Female(Willow) is very curly, Bentley is the one I wasn't sure about but was really hoping he would doodle out vs be open faced:). They are both very sweet and the two smallest puppies from the litter."
"Wonderful coloring. This second one will definitely be doodle-looking. It seems like you have a good plan, but siblings can be tricky. It isn't always to the dogs' benefit because one often dominates the other, however, I know…"
"We had already planned on crating at night in separate bedrooms(with different children) and with five children had planned on a lot of separate play time and such with each puppy. As I would be doing much of the beginning obedience training it will…"