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#2Doods A to Z: AFFECTIONATE

Sunday, April 1, 2018


AFFECTIONATE

Goldendoodles are an extremely affectionate dog. So much so that separation anxiety can be a real issue if not addressed at a young age. Our two are no exception and they are the same with each other as us. They get upset if they get left out in any way.



They often sleep touching.


They even lick the snow off each other's faces!


Doodle on!

           
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26 comments:

  1. Just like most human twins.

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    1. They are...at night, when the light is dim, I have a hard time telling who is who until they get up. LOL!

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  2. Ha! While my Edward is affectionate, I thought A would be for Allergies! Not allergy-free, as in no-shed dogs, but allergies, which my vet says Doodles are prone to, and Edward suffers in spades! He has other letters of the alphabet issues too! Your Doodles are so lovely.

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    1. Gee, wish I would have thought of that...but then again, this was easier to find photos. LOL! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  3. So cute! My lab is affectionate too. He loves to snuggle. Weekends In Maine

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    1. They make our day, don't they! Thanks for dropping by and commenting!

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    1. Thank you, I'm not too objective about them. LOL!

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  5. What beautiful dogs! We have a Cooper also who is black and fluffy (he's a German Wirehaired Pointer mixed with a Golden Retriever). That's cute that your dogs clean off each other's faces when they have snow on them. Glad I stopped by through the Blogging from A to Z Challenge!

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    1. Wow, that sounds like a gorgeous combination! These two wash each other's faces off and on, was just lucky to catch the snow photo. LOL! Glad you did stop by, hope to see you again!

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  6. Very social! Love it!!
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  7. That snow picture is too cute!

    (Dorky Mom Doodles...I can't figure out how to make my handle show up right.)

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    1. Glad you stopped by....

      I have two snippets saved, one for Blogger and one for WordPress blogs. Why can't they be the same? LOL! Blogger needs HTML for the link and WordPress links the URL automatically. At least, that's what I think.

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  8. Aw, so sweet. Seems like nice lovable company to have.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out (A)

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    1. Hey Arlee, nice to see you drop by! They are great company for sure.

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  9. How lovely! My dog will acknowledge my existence only when I happen to meet him in the kitchen (all day is feeding time), but he loves his dad to bits.

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    1. Cooper, the older, is more bonded to my husband and Murphy is more bonded to me. But they are definitely bonded to each other, too.

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  10. I'm going to love this A to Z challenge having a Cavoodle myself. I reckon any dog with even a smidgen of oodle in it has affectionate as their middle name! littlewanderingwren.com

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    1. Yay! I don't think I've seen a Cavoodle, I'm guessing it's smaller than these two oafs. Thanks for dropping by!

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  11. Taking one the traing of two at a time is a real challenge. I did a lot of dog sports with my two and was always glad I had a few years break between dogs. I admire your couragešŸ˜
    Nancy
    http://ourrightplace.blogspot.com

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    1. I had no idea how much harder and yet easier it would be with two. The second one had almost no housebreaking time needed and the crate was a breeze. But the stubborn ages and teenage ages...oh my! LOL!

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  12. They'e so cute! I like raising two pups at a time -- it makes some things easier (like the separation anxiety thing) and other things harder (jealousy over their human). I won't exchange them for anything.

    Ronel from Ronel the Mythmaker A-Zing with Everything Writerly: A is for AuthorToolboxBlogHop

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    1. I agree...I had next to no housebreaking issues with Murphy and he was only 3 months old when I got him. He just followed big brother's lead. LOL! They do keep each other entertained

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