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They usually have the kind, friendly, trainable, people oriented disposition of their Golden Retriever ancestors, blended with the natural intelligence and low shedding coat of the Poodle. First generation Goldendoodles are highly variable in appearance and coat. Multi generation Goldendoodles whose parents both are Goldendoodles are much more consistent in type. If well socialized from puppyhood, Goldendoodles usually are great with children, adults, strangers and other pets. By now, I should know enough to keep track of our puppy’s every meal and footstep and bowel movement, so I can provide him with a detailed report. Instead, my answer is almost always, “I don’t know exactly. ” It's not that I don't love our little Goldendoodle — like Thomas, I’m crazy about her — but I have a more casual approach to her care. Which is where our pet parenting styles differ. When she taps her bowl with her paw, I feed her. When she stands by the door, I grab her leash for a walk. When she brings me her ball, we play an impromptu game of fetch.
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The two of them became fast friends, and on their own, with time worked out a method there she would loop Mambo's leash around the front of the arm of the wheel chair, and would pull the woman around the store. Most members of the organization have tiny or extremely passive dogs. Mambo MOMBO in her professional name is neither small or passive. Most of the handlers wanted to go to schools, or day care centers, or assisted living places. There was a HUGE need for dogs to go to depressing 'end of life' centers, or places where people go after amputations. There was a huge need for dogs to go to places where they could help with people sitting up, or stretching or moving in general, using the strength of the dog to help. This has become Mambo's specialty. Visiting such places is emotionally very hard on both the dog and the handler. A few Months ago Terry was seriously considering switching to Hospital duty, mostly involving cancer patients, many of whom are kids. She missed a couple of weeks of visiting the 'end of life' center, which not only is end of life but also a Medicaid and Veterans facility. She got cards and calls from anguished folks 'Where is Mambo, most of which also inquired 'Is she OK, has she been hurt?' Terry went to meet with the administrators to talk about it.