"I would slowly switch to having the treats in your hand so she knows you have them, but not always giving her a treat when she does what you ask. Sometimes just give her lots of excited lovin! I have one that is just like this, totally…"
"She’s a very young PUPPY. She’s likes food. She can’t distinguish between food you are going to reward her with and your food. It’s all a gradual process. Gradually you wean them from earning a food reward for following…"
"In my opinion this is normal fora puppy still learning the rules of the house. It may also be personality related, but likely your pup is still learning the ropes. I'll give you advice that our trainer gave us: don't ever give a command if…"
Hello, I have a 12 week old GD. I've had her for 3 weeks so far. She has a bit of separation anxiety but it is definitely getting better every day. We have training sessions multiple times a day with food. I use her food as rewards and feed her through trainings instead of using the food bowl most of the time.She is pretty well potty trained. She barks toward the door or heads to it when she needs to potty. She can sit, come, stay, lie down, crate, and look at me. I know it is pretty good for a…See More
This group provides a "safe place" for members to share their experiences with training, celebrate "big and little successes" and gain insights as we encounter challenges, to support one another, and to explore how our mindset affects our training.
"She's so sweet! I too think she'll "doodle". I attached individual pics of my Maggie (she's the smooth coated doodle) and her sister Gracie (my aunt has her) at 8 weeks old. Then I attached a pic of both of…"
"She is an F1 "mini", her sire was a mini poodle.
For some reason a lot of the pups from that particular poodle have straight hair, but we never asked for pedigrees etc. so he could have been a mix who knows :p"
A place to discuss grooming issues.A chance to ask a professional groomer for advice.A place to start discussions that will be of interest to the many fledgling groomers here. Be sure to add tags! See More
For those of us who have been blessed with doodles who shed. Or, for those who have allergies. New members who want to read testimonials--Get The Facts HerePlease note: This group is not the group for " Dogs who have allergies" This group is for humans who have allergy issues with their dogsOr just a plain registry of how many of us actually have dogs who shedSee More
"What a little cutie :)
For sure she will "doodle out" in my opinion. Wavy hair everywhere including the legs and muzzle.
Here's a picture of our smooth-coated doodle, Luna, when she was about 11 weeks old. You…"
Doodles come in so many colours and sizes. What a lot of people wonder is: what might my puppy look like as an adult? This is a group, mainly pictorial, to show and discuss how doodles progress from pup to adult.
Hello everybody! I'm new to doodlekisses.com. I picked this puppy and I'm getting her in a month. The photo is attached! She is F1 and a mini/medium golden doodle, expected to be 30-35lb for full grown. She is currently 4 weeks old.I'm already so in love with her. I think she is super cute. I can see some wavy hair but I wonder what you guys all think?I will love her no matter what -- just curious! Also please feel free to post some photos of your doodles on the comments! I haven't seen many…See More
This group is for those of us with puppies or dogs who look far more like the Golden or Labrador halves of themselves than the Poodle half. This group is for us to recognize the Poodle traits that shape our dogs while sharing experiences.