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f1b miniature goldendoodle utah Thick, heavy ear leather is a fault. Eyes Slightly round, large and expressive, always offering eye to eye contact when engaged in activity with humans. Protruding or sunken eyes are a fault. Watery or tearful eyes are a fault. Wide round or narrow almond shape is considered a fault. Teeth Scissor bite.

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There wasn't an ounce of fat on her, poor thing. Anyway, after a visit to the vet and treatments for parasites, serious ear infection and a good cleaning, she has grown into the most incredible dog anyone could ask for. Healthy as a horse, extremely loveable and loyal, smart as a whip and always eager to please. Goldendoodles are everything you hear and more. I have friends that have "purebreds, registered" from the best breeders and her intelligence puts them to shame. If anyone is looking for a loyal and loving family pet, this is definitely the breed. Great with kids and pets and not an aggressive bone in their body. The perfect family dog!We love our Goldendoodle boy. Barley is amazing. However, you want to do your homework first!If you choose a good breeder you should be able to go on the property and look at your choice of puppy at 6 wks. of age no sooner.

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The ideal wool coat should hang in loose hollow spirals. It is acceptable to exhibit a spring appearance rather than spiral but a sprung wool coat is undesirable. An overly thick or dense coat is also undesirable. There should be no body odor or shedding in the Fleece and Wool coat. Has the highest rate of success of the three coat types for being allergy and asthma friendly. It will need to be brushed/combed thoroughly about once a week. This coat also requires trimming about three four times a year. HAIR COAT Which both has odor and sheds in varying degrees, usually seen in the early generation dogs. It is acceptable to see a coat change from the puppy to adult coat, and also during hormonal changes in fertile bitches. Will need a quick brushing/combing about once a month depending on the density and length of the coat. NEVER shave your hair coat's body.