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We request that additional information be given to those who purchase Golden Retrievers about the overall health and longevity of the breed. We expect every breeder to support genetic research not only in doing the four major clearances but also by contributing to a DNA databank available to researchers. The Golden Retriever Club of America is responsible for collecting DNA on over 1000 of our current dogs along with a detailed health profile. There is no such pool of available information on cross bred animals. The Golden Retriever Club of America also works with the Morris Animal Foundation and The Canine Health Foundation in providing support and samples for vital research in genetics and health. We have never seen a grant application for the health of the Golden doodle.

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At any rate, lathering your Goldendoodle’s coat and leaving the shampoo on your Goldendoodle for at least five minutes before rinsing will also help remove fleas. Ticks are another matter. You will need to use alcohol to soak a tick and then use tweezers to carefully and gently remove a tick. Simple shampoo will not “control” fleas or ticks, but they certainly will help remove them as you are bathing your Goldendoodle. Blow drying your Goldendoodle right after the bath, will also help “remove” fleas too. As a Goldendoodle owner, a flea and tick issue must be controlled if you have an infestation.

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The story that prompted me to send you this email happened yesterday. We have a close family friend Ellen that keeps Oakley when my father and I both are out of town. Ellen kept Oakley for us last weekend and then delayed returning him until Thursday because she wanted to spend more time with him. Ellen's mother Thelma is in her 80's and loves having Oakley around too. I spoke with Thelma before the weekend. I said "you get to keep Oakley this weekend". Thelma said, "I'm lucky!" and grinned from ear to ear. Thelma had a stroke Monday a few days after keeping Oakley for her last time. Thelma is in the ICU now at the hospital and is fading fast. My dad went to the hospital last night and Ellen needed a break so she came out to the parking garage to visit Oakley. Oakley rides "shotgun" with dad so Ellen got in the driver's seat to say hello.

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