September 18, 2017

Canine Companions: Otis the Goldendoodle


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Otis the Goldendoodle

Name: Otis 
Breed: Goldendoodle
Age: I will be 4 in October
Favorite Toy: I love my stuffed eggplant that was one of my very first toys (and the only stuffed toy I haven’t chewed).  And of course, my tennis balls.
Favorite Napping Spot: Any cold surface – the kitchen floor and the bathroom floors specifically.
Do you sleep with Mom & Dad in the bed? No, I’m too big and it’s too hot!  I usually sleep out in the hallway so I can keep an eye on all the bedrooms, and the floor is cooler.
Favorite Treat: I’m not really treat motivated, but I do love my rawhides!
Favorite activity: Definitely playing fetch.
Biggest Quirk: I barely take naps during the day and I love to stare into people’s eyes. I also love to eat vegetables, especially lettuce and bell peppers (I would eat these over a treat any day)!!!
Walk or Run? I’m a big fan of walks, and I also love running laps around the house and for my ball.  I could literally play fetch 24 hours a day.  No matter how much my parents try to tire me out, I always bring them a tennis ball.  I even try to get Scarlett and Warren to play fetch, but they aren’t very good at it. 
Chase or be Chased? Both? I just love to play with other dogs.
Fun Fact: My dad picked me out because I pooped on him when he picked me up.  It was love at first sight. 

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 QUICK goldendoodle FACTS:

Personality: Usually highly affectionate, playful yet gentle and makes a wonderful family companion.
Energy Level: Very Active
Shedding: No
Grooming: Occasional: The Goldendoodle is considered to be a non- to light shedder, but he requires regular grooming and clipping. If the coat is kept short, it should be clipped every six to eight weeks and brushed every few weeks. If the coat is kept in its natural state, it should be brushed once every week or two.
Trainability: Goldendoodles can be very easy to train and are a good match for first-time owners.
Height: 1 foot, 8 inches to 2 feet tall at the shoulders
Weight: 50-90 pounds
Life Expectancy: 10-15 years



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