All Grown Up

Ellie Sue, F1b Mini Goldendoodle at 8 weeks

Ellie Sue

Ellie Sue, Mini F1b Goldendoodle
Tobi, F1b Medium Goldendoodle at 8 weeks

Tobi

Tobi, Medium F1b Goldendoodle
Callie, F1b Mini Goldendoodle at 8 weeks

Callie

Callie, Mini F1b Goldendoodle
Leia, F1b Mini/Medium Goldendoodle at 8 weeks

Leia

Leia, Mini/Medium F1b Goldendoodle
Jaxon, F1b Mini Goldendoodle at 8 weeks

Jaxon

Jaxon, Mini F1b Goldendoodle
Scout, F1b Mini Goldendoodle at 8 weeks

Scout

Scout, Mini F1b Goldendoodle
Abby, F1b Mini Goldendoodle at 6 weeks

Abby

Abby, Mini F1b Goldendoodle
Lily, F1 Mini Goldendoodle at 10 weeks

Lily

Lily, Mini F1 Goldendoodle
Penny, F1b Mini Goldendoodle at 6 weeks

Penny

Penny, Mini F1b Goldendoodle
Lily, F1 Mini Goldendoodle at 10 weeks

Lily

Lily, Mini F1 Goldendoodle

Getting to see our babies grow up is one of the best parts of our job. Every few days we receive a text or an email with pictures and an update on one of our puppies. Around the dinner table at night I share the pictures and stories with my children and they are as happy as I am to find out how the babies are doing. As you can see, puppies change quite a bit as they grow up. Doodle puppies almost always get wavier or curlier and lighter as they grow. Goldendoodle and Labradoodle puppies always go through at least one coat change and some go through several. Most coat changes happen first around 9-18 months but sometimes puppies as early as 4 months change. It is important to remember that when you choose your new puppy, your first concern should be the temperament of the puppy and how the puppy will fit in with your puppy. The puppy's looks will change so much that they may or may not mature into what you thought they might look like. A puppy's temperament, however, is set by 8 weeks of age and rarely changes. If you pick a puppy based on a temperament that suits your lifestyle you will rarely be disappointed!

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