These people are incredibly passionate about rescue, and they work tirelessly to make sure every dog finds a home. Nothing is as rewarding to these heroes as a successful adoption!Please help these healthy pets, before looking at a Goldendoodle puppies breeder, or a Goldendoodle puppy for sale search our Goldendoodle adoption database at this page!Adoption Means a Healthier Goldendoodle as You’re PetShelters have dogs of all breeds, including purebred Goldendoodles. These dogs sometimes end up in shelters because a Goldendoodle dog breeder, or someone who had Goldendoodle puppies sale was not able to find a home for all the dogs. These people are sometimes called "backyard" breeders. These are people who make some easy cash by breeding purebred Goldendoodles over and over then try to make easy cash by posting Goldendoodles puppies for sale in newspaper classified ads. Remember that most of these backyard Goldendoodle dog breeders don't know about breeding for favorable health and temperament qualities, and they don't know how to raise a properly socialized litter. Many of the Goldendoodle dog breeders wean litters from their mothers way too soon. Sometimes, a backyard Goldendoodles puppies breeder turns into small time puppy mill to increase their supply so you can find Goldendoodle puppies for sale all the time in order for profits to grow. What are puppy mills?A puppy mill is basically a purebred puppy factory farm where the puppies are just churned out as fast as they can in order to have, for example, as many Goldendoodle dogs for sale as possible. The dogs are kept in small cages and forced to breed at unhealthy rates… it's all about the money. Female dogs in puppy mills are made to have several litters per year, which is extremely dangerous and cruel. 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.

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Parti coloured dogs, with patches of darker markings over a light background, are also fairly common.