goldendoodle dog

When bathing a goldendoodle, start by washing the dog's face with a wet, soap free washcloth at the head and work towards the tail. Throughout the process, avoid getting shampoo in the dog's eyes. Start lathering at the top of the head and as you go, massage the Goldendoodle's neck, back, chest, belly and legs. If the dog associates bathing with pleasureable experiences, it will be much easier for both the dog and the groomer. Comb through the dog's hair with a fine toothed comb while he's lathered. Gently rinse the dog several times, starting with the head. Shampoo residue left in the hair may cause dry skin, irritation and scratching. You may towel dry the dog to remove dripping water, but don't rub the towel against the grain of the coat, as this will cause tangles. Use a blow dryer to finish the drying process. Start with the dryer on low so that you don't frighten the dog. While blow drying, use a slicker brush to brush the coat.

Because the Goldendoodle is a mixed breed dog, each litter of puppies will be completely unique depending on which genetics they inherit from which parent.

goldendoodle puppies for sale in pittsburgh

Doodles are known for exceptional intelligence and trainability, their low to non shedding coats good choice for allergy sufferers!and they excel as service/therapy dogs and in canine sports.

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