Goldendoodles are known for being extremely healthy, as many of the negative traits can be eliminated from the cross breed. However, this doesn’t mean that they aren’t without their health problems. It can be difficult to determine which conditions they are most prone to, given that there is no breed standard for them, so it’s important to look out for any signs of illness and contact your veterinarian immediately. To reduce the chances of these conditions, always do some research to find a reputable breeder who invests the time and proper care of their dogs in order to ensure that you’re getting a healthy puppy. • Deworming’s and immunizations set forth by our veterinarian see schedule below will have been completed as shown. While it is generally recognized that intestinal parasites and ear mites are common in puppies, and part of a puppy’s early development, we will make every effort to prevent such parasites. Often, the stress of change and travel can cause intestinal parasites to emerge after the puppy has left its mother. Buyer agrees to continue de parasitization testing and treatment if necessary with their veterinarian see below. De worming will have been done at age 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks of age Strongid – pyrantel pamoate and the puppy’s vaccinations will be administered at 6 and 8 weeks of age. • Genetic defects of the eyes are covered by this guarantee for two years. A certified eye doctor must see the dog and the results sent to Rosewood Kennel LLC if a genetic defect is suspected.
mini goldendoodle weight at 4 months
He has serious "FOMO" fear of missing out whenever we leave him he'll bark at the window initially. He no longer needs to be crate trained, he's able to be in the house during the work day without getting into any mischief. He's tall, 50 pounds currently with long legs, and is very skinny although he has a healthy appetite. We absolutely love him. He has a great temperament and personality. " "Ruby is everything we could've hoped for!She is 50 lbs right now and very tall.