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Jun 20, 2009 12:19 |  #1

Holly is an 18 month old Goldendoodle. She is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Standard Poodle and weighs about 60-pounds (27 Kilos). Doodles were first bred in Australia as Labradoodles (Labrador Retriever / Poodle cross) to be service dogs for persons who are allergic to dogs. It was a natural evolution to begin breeding Goldendoodles for the same reason and it was found that both Labradoodles and Goldendoodles make extremely good pets even if you are not allergic to dogs.

They are smart, fun to be with and shed very little, if at all.

I have had many-many types of dogs from AKC Champions to various mutts and I have never been with a dog that gets as much positive attention from the public that Holly receives. She is a "People Magnet".


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Jun 20, 2009 12:25 |  #2

"She is a "People Magnet"."

Does that mean chic magnet?? :D:D

Beautiful dog by the way..


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Jun 20, 2009 12:42 |  #3

mortar wrote in post #8144228 (external link)
"She is a "People Magnet"."

Does that mean chic magnet?? :D:D

Beautiful dog by the way..

That's exactly right! She's a chick magnet! She attracts lovely young ladies by the dozen but, also attracts older females, kids and men and boys - thus the title "People Magnet".

I am a happily married old man but, if I were a single twenty-year old; I'd want a dog like Holly. She would expand my social life geometrically!


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