Puppy ID #630048
DOB November 15, 2019
Available I'm ready today!
Mom's Weight 45 - 50 lbs
Dad's Weight 35 - 40 lbs
Registry Not registered
4/4 steps complete
Bonded with Mom
Double Doodle is a designer or hybrid dog of the Labrador, the Golden Retriever, and the Standard Poodle, from the early 1980s. Double Doodle is a very intelligent dog, which helps him pick up new commands quickly. However, this doesn’t mean that the training time would always be easy with this breed. They require a strong leader, and all the orders should be taught to them during their early puppyhood. This breed is a keen-to-please dog that responds well to training and socialization. If you teach him that you are the Alpha in the relationship at his early age, then everything else should come easier. Double Doodle is a highly family-oriented, social dog that behaves greatly with small children and other dogs. He is a great choice for those who are looking for a low-shedding dog, or also for first-time owners, who want a dog that is easily trainable. Double Doodle’s size is about 23 to 25 inches, and its weight is 30 to 50 pounds. Read More
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