The Doodle thing is getting out of hand

drmom777

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OK, I have adjusted to labradoodles. I can even say, "what a cute Golden Doodle" with a straight face even though it sounds like a nursery term for some bodily function.

But yesterday I met a woman with a VERY large and hairy 5 month old puppy. It was a St. Bernadoodle (spelling?) she ordered online. Not kidding. Where are we going with this thing?
 
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OK, I have adjusted to labradoodles. I can even say, "what a cute Golden Doodle" with a straight face even though it sounds like a nursery term for some bodily function.

But yesterday I met a woman with a VERY large and hairy 5 month old puppy. It was a St. Bernadoodle (spelling?) she ordered online. Not kidding. Where are we going with this thing?
:yikes: :rofl1:

I'm seriously trying to picture it. Seriously.

A 100+ lb. animal with the energy of a sporting dog? :yikes: What were they thinking!?!?
 

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A girl at work came in today and said she was getting a pure bred golden doodle. :rolleyes:

I'm not even kidding.

But then she went on to say that b/c it was a mutt (yeah, she contradicted herself) that it wouldn't shed as much and that it would be super smart.

I don't like this girl anyway, but now I have a reason! Well, actually I've had reasons not to like her- she's ridiculously rude. The kind of person that hovers over the coffee machine in the morning, and then gives you a dirty look when you try to pour youself a cup b/c you're interrupting her conversation...

I didn't say anything. I just smiled and thought, "Well, that's right up your alley, isn't it?"

Poor dog.
 

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What were they thinking!?!?
$$$$$

we have a bernese x poodle at work. the owners are idiots (shocker, right?) but the dog is a reasonably nice dog. he's pretty mellow for being a young dog, actually.
 

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If they are " whoops " litters ~ so be it . If planned and labeled shame on everyone . I was really in favor of the Australian Labradoodles in 4th generations , but this is ridicules ! Ollie was listed as golden/poodle . I would love to know his other half , but to me he's 1/2 golden only !
 

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:yikes: :rofl1:

I'm seriously trying to picture it. Seriously.

A 100+ lb. animal with the energy of a sporting dog? :yikes: What were they thinking!?!?
My neighbor's labradoodle is over 100 pounds. He's a monster muppet looking creature with lots of energy. He drags my neighbor around like he weighs nothing and this guy is bigger than I am.
 

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It's funny you posted that, I met a Berner/Poodle today, 5 months old, and quite big already... I will say he was CUTE as sin and a very nice dog... He already had quite a bit of basics down and the owners seem very good. However I had not heard of the cross before.
 
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The Goldendoodle used to be the thing here. Now, it's all about the Aussiedoodle. Quite possibly the cutest pups I've ever seen, but maniacs!
 

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