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He is great around our horses. I guess my point is he's one easy going dog, nothing seems to bother him :. ""Just wanted to send you an update on Ziggy, who was in Maggie and Kuby's April 2014 litter so he just turned 2. He is such a wonderful dog I couldn't have asked for a better companion. He has endless energy for running/ hiking/ playing with his friends, but yet he has a completely calm demeanor. I often get stopped on the street by people asking what kind of dog he is or telling me how cute he is and then they are taken by his calmness and can't believe he is only two.

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I am a NY state certified breeder pd103 that has been breeding for over 20 years. We have long lines of healthy dogs and cats which have been health tested and are free and clear of any hereditary diseases. We give a two year guarantee against any congenital or hereditary problems. They are raised in our home and are very well socialized with our toddler daughter, many family members and friends, as well as other dogs/cats. The puppies and kittens will be neutered/spayed and will have their first set of shots and routine dewormings. You're welcome to visit our home by appointment to meet our animal family.

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You should always avoid buying mixed breed puppies from a breeder who makes specific claims in regard to the puppy’s size, appearance, or temperament because these things are nearly impossible to predict with a mixed breed. In order to determine a fair price range for the Goldendoodle you should consider the average price of Golden Retriever and Poodle puppies. If you consult AKC registered Golden Retriever breeders, a puppy will cost you anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000 or more. Most pet quality Golden Retrievers sell for between $1,000 and $1,500 while show quality dogs sell for $2,000 to $3,000. It is possible to find Golden Retriever puppies in a lower price range, even as low as $500, but these are likely inexperienced backyard breeders who do not screen their breeding stock for congenital diseases. Purebred Poodles fetch a similar price to Golden Retrievers for show quality dogs, somewhere between $1,000 and $3,000.

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