Breezy Hollow Puppies Explains Why Their Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale Are So Popular
Breezy Hollow Puppies, a family owned and operated company in Millersburg, PA, has explained why the Goldendoodle puppies being offered in Maryland, Florida, Massachusetts, California, Connecticut, Texas, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Washington, are so popular. For one, the Goldendoodle is a cross between a purebred Poodle and a purebred Golden Retriever with the resulting dog being very friendly and intelligent so that they can be trained easily. And they’re usually recommended to people who have allergies. The popularity of the Goldendoodle is also to be expected because the parent breeds belong to the top 10 most popular breeds according to the American Kennel Club (AKC).
The AKC doesn’t consider the Goldendoodle as an official breed but rather as a hybrid or designer breed. Hybrid or designer breeds are the outcome of controlled breeding between two purebreds. Well respected breeders control the breeding and generations in their litters and they always check for typical health issues, genetic predispositions, and the relative health of their parents. As for Breezy Hollow Puppies, all of their Goldendoodle puppies are second generation (F1B), which means they are less likely to shed and provides them with the best chance of being hypoallergenic. At eight weeks, their puppies are partially potty trained and well socialized. They raise Goldendoodle puppies in three sizes: Mini (10 to 20 lbs); Medium (20 to 40 lbs); and Standard (45 lbs and more).
It should be noted that no dog can really be considered to be truly hypoallergenic but the F1B Goldendoodle puppies from Breezy Hollow Puppies tend to shed less. It is also important to note that the saliva, urine, and dander from dogs may act as allergens for some people. Thus, regular grooming sessions and baths can help reduce the risk of the puppy triggering a person’s allergies.
The Goldendoodle is considered to be the perfect family dog because they are friendly, happy, and intelligent. They are easy to train and they are also very gentle and devoted to family members, as well as the younger ones. They are extremely friendly and can also easily get along with guests and will gladly be part of family activities. The only downside with their being attached to the family is that they are vulnerable to separation anxiety. To avoid this, they need to have some mental stimulation through toys and a lot of chances to exercise.
It should also be noted that Goldendoodles tend to be healthier than their parents since they benefit from “hybrid vigor.” This is because the mixing of two unrelated breeds results into offsprings that are healthier. Thus, the Goldendoodle may even outlive both of their parent breeds. They have an average lifespan of 10 to 15 years. In general, smaller dogs tend to have longer lives.
Goldendoodles are quite smart and this is to be expected because both parent breeds are very intelligent dogs. Thus, they tend to be easy to train. With rewards-based training techniques and positive reinforcement, they can learn a lot of tricks fast.
The Goldendoodle is also perfect for those who are getting their first dog. Certain dog breeds can really be a problem for first time owners, such as the Alaskan Malamute and German Shepherd. While these breeds can be excellent companions and intelligent, they require a lot of training to ensure that they will not cause any problem. With the Goldendoodle, first time owners will have none of those difficulties because they are extremely friendly, can get along with kids, and they can also get along with visitors.
And lastly, the Goldendoodle can make the best playmates because of their intelligence and their being energetic and playful. They are suitable for people who want to cuddle their pets. And because they are natural athletes, they can accompany a person on long hikes, walks, and runs. And kids can have a lot of fun playing fetch and frisbee with Goldendoodles.
Those who are looking for a local Goldendoodle breeder in Pennsylvania can visit the Breezy Hollow Puppies website or contact them through the telephone or via email. They are open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, from Monday to Saturday.
For more information about Breezy Hollow Puppies, contact the company here:
Breezy Hollow Puppies
174 Maple Drive