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Meet Wolly; our new puppy.

Oct 28, 2017
794
#1
Everyone loves a puppy thread. We picked this guy up Friday evening. He's 7/8 mini golden, and 1/8 poodle. He's about 12 weeks old, and weights right around 12 pounds. He's expected to weight around 25 pounds when fully grown. This is both of our's first time owning a puppy; it definitely takes some work. Now for the real reason that you came into the thread; pics:







 
Oct 31, 2017
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Greece
#15
Miniture golden? Wow, that sounds like the perfect breed for a city apartment, all the pluses of a golden but not so big for it to be uncomfortable or a lacl of exercise needed. And its mixed with some poodle? God its gonna be adorable for a life time, usually the poodle gives it a much fluffier coat and a softer face. You hit the jackpot with the little fuck.
 
Oct 27, 2017
8,511
#24
Cute pup. More golden than doodle is a good mix too. My in-laws have a goldendoodle, who is fun but also has endless energy to burn.
 
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WeAreStarStuff
Oct 28, 2017
794
#29
Thanks everyone. To those that asked, he doesn't shed a crazy amount; certainly not as much as a standard golden. He's pretty awesome (except for when he's using our house as a restroom ....)
 
Oct 27, 2017
3,818
Australia
#42
Gorgeous puppy!

You're right, they are a lot of work so be prepared! But it'll all be worth it, I'm not sure there's anything better than seeing a happy dog :)
 
Oct 27, 2017
4,564
#44
try 40+ pounds full grown, that dog is going to grow.

Try not to overfeed the cutie, labs have a way of forcing us owners to give them more haha
 
Oct 30, 2017
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#50
Thanks everyone. To those that asked, he doesn't shed a crazy amount; certainly not as much as a standard golden. He's pretty awesome (except for when he's using our house as a restroom ....)
I want to get a pet, but this is my concern. How long does it take train them to go outside?