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Stuart charlton
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New puppy

Post by Stuart charlton » 08 Feb 2016, 08:21

Hi just got a dog she is Labradoodle cross Labrador with a wavy coat .at 8 weeks started clicker training her .she sits, stays ,walk on heel and barks on command,well pleased with her

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Re: New puppy

Post by dexysback » 08 Feb 2016, 12:18

Well done to you and pup ,he or she is a quick learner ,enjoy they grow up too quick.
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Re: New puppy

Post by We5Kings » 08 Feb 2016, 17:59

Miracle puppy!!! :shock:

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Re: New puppy

Post by Bid » 08 Feb 2016, 18:05

Welcome! I too have a labradoodle x labrador - there's not that many of us about! ANy puppy photos? THis was by boy as a pup and as an adult ...

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Re: New puppy

Post by We5Kings » 09 Feb 2016, 15:04

How lovely to see the Then and Now photos of your boy Bid. Would you say the labradoodle+Labrador mix makes for an extra clever doodle? As a professional you must see lots of Labradoodles in all of their varieties!

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Re: New puppy

Post by Emily doodle » 27 Feb 2016, 22:20

We are just starting our puppy journey....have you gone to puppy classes or just trained yourself? I'm really not sure what to expect on Thursday.....

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Re: New puppy

Post by Bid » 27 Feb 2016, 22:40

We5Kings wrote:How lovely to see the Then and Now photos of your boy Bid. Would you say the labradoodle+Labrador mix makes for an extra clever doodle? As a professional you must see lots of Labradoodles in all of their varieties!
I think the brains in the doodle comes from the poodle! Beamish has a very very laid back nature and I think that is what he got from his lab side. He is also pretty lazy (the vet calls him a sedentary dog!) and that is something I have found in my labs.

A characteristic I see in doodles of all shapes, sizes and mixes is their ability to solve problems - usually for their own ends! Other super intelligent breeds such as collies apply their brains to doing what we want them to do, but doodles seem to apply their brains to doing what they want to do, and only if we are lucky do they want to please us!
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Re: New puppy

Post by Ianto! » 28 Feb 2016, 20:06

I'm looking for the 'Like' button, Bid! :lol:

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