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Old 12-03-2012, 11:30 AM   #71 (permalink)
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I love the pictures of Lou!
When at the pet store today, I met my first in person labradoodle, and while there are similarities, it had nothing on Lou! Both for looks and from what I have seen of Lou behavior as well.My Angel wanted to see what it was all about, and it was very timid. And not well behaved although it was young I will give it that. And it's owner had zero control over it. Let get into everything with no thought to making it mind...So that could have been an owner thing too.
But Poodles Rock!! I agree that there is nothing any other breed could add to a poodle!
Thank you so much!! Thats sweet of you to say about Lou..
I met a lady the other day, she looked rich and fancy and like snobby too, she asked me "is that a Poodle?" and I said yes, she said "I have a goldendoodle", with a tone like ... its better... but I didnt buy it, she didnt seem happy about it.. LOL
These "designer breeds" get on my nerves... I have to admit before I knew anything about poodles I thought it could be a good idea since labs and goldens are such sweet/pretty dogs BUT once I started reading about spoos and hubby told me ALL he knows about them, I was like "there's no way I'll get anything but a pure Standard Poodle!" and know I'm against mix breeding.
I even have a friend that had this amazing 100lb awesome English labrador, and again before I knew better I thought about him anf Lou having babies, but only because he is an amazing dog!! (picture below) but unfortunately now I do not think it's a good idea, they can be boyfriend and girlfriend but No Babies! LOL

Ps. He is 100lbs, but Lou is a little taller than him!!! Lou is getting so big (dont know how much she weighs now, but at 5.5 months she was 50lbs (half of Colt LOL and already taller) she will be 7 months in 5 days)
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I want to save EVERY photo of Lou to show people when they say they want a "doodle".
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I want to save EVERY photo of Lou to show people when they say they want a "doodle".
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww that just melted my heart!! :-) I smiled big (all teeth showing! LOL)
Am I allowed to post the URL for the flickr page here?

You can just search for : loustandardpoodle

Thanks so much!!! I take about 7 pictures of her per day!! I have 1100 on my phone...and I've had her for 4 months only.. LOL

Like this one for instance.... why get a doodle?....look at the cute fluffy face!! hehehehehe
[IMG] Lou gorgeous face 11-30-12 by Lou Standard Poodle, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Maybe it is something about the ones that are into designer dogs, because I got the same kind of feeling off of the owner of the doodle as well. Oh well. I know that my spoo is great and I don't have to defend her to anyone.

Everyone is so amazed at her demeanor and obedience and are shocked when they find out how long I have had my Angel. It has just been over a month now. But she is one of the best behaved dogs I have ever known. And I have been around great dogs and wonderful poodles all of my life.

Wow Lou is going to be a big girl if she is that size already! I love the larger dogs.

I had a lab rescue that passed earlier this year. Labs are great dogs, but one mixed with a poodle I just see all sorts of health issues that could show up. Mainly due to the size and weight differences of the breeds. All sorts of leg and hip problems come to mind. And the mix of coats would create issues as well.

I know that there are breeders that are working to create a "breed" By the line breeding and everything and culling and all the dedication that it takes to create a new breed. And I do have respect for that idea, but most of the ones that I know about are just breeding any poodle to any lab without thought of the end result. I have already seen what indiscriminate breeding does to an established breed much less one that is just starting out. :/

I hope that the designer dog craze dies down soon. For all of the dogs sakes.
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I wonder if Lou is FAT? LOL I can feel her spine very easily... but cant feel the ribs too much, there's a lot of hair.. hehehehe

I hope people stop this "trend" of doodles too...
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I wonder if Lou is FAT? LOL I can feel her spine very easily... but cant feel the ribs too much, there's a lot of hair.. hehehehe

I hope people stop this "trend" of doodles too...
I want to know what you are feeding her. Although I don't think she is fat, by any means, I want Angel to put on a little more as she is way to slim.... We are working on adding a little meat to her bones with bones and meat!


I had to laugh though, the other day I saw a calender that was labeled "Mutts" it had 3 different months that were labradoodles. :P And none were cute in my opinion. Just sad.
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I want to know what you are feeding her. Although I don't think she is fat, by any means, I want Angel to put on a little more as she is way to slim.... We are working on adding a little meat to her bones with bones and meat!

I had to laugh though, the other day I saw a calender that was labeled "Mutts" it had 3 different months that were labradoodles. :P And none were cute in my opinion. Just sad.
I feed Lou:

(1 cup)---> Canidae Chicken and rice dry formula (but will transition to Canidae Grain Free Pure Sky = because she loves birds, especially duck and I want to go "100% no grain, "if she can handle it" .)
(1/3 of a 13 OZ can)----> Blue Buffalo Wilderness Duck and Chicken Grill Grain free canned food

THE ABOVE, 2 TIMES PER DAY. AT 10 AM AND AT 5PM.
Mix the 2 together, (the canned food smells good! like patte' hahahaha, she is so spoiled! But she is a picky eater I have to give her a taste of the canned food first and say "yum yum" hahahahah then I demand: "Lou, eat your food, be a good girl" and when she stops eating and goes walking around the house I say it again, Sometimes she wont eat it the whole meal at once, she will eat it in 2 trips within 2 hours or so... when she is done I take the bowl away until the 2nd meal.)

She also ate small pieces of sliced american cheese when I first got her, cause its the only thing she liked for a "training treat", but now I use "Pet Botanic Training Reward (any flavor except beef, Lou doesn't like beef or fish)

I also give her "Greenies" occasionally, to keep her teeth clean (supposedly)
And Bully Sticks,because they dont splinter and it's kinda like a bone... keeps her busy for a while... I take it away then when she is bored or trying to find something to get into, I will give it back to her and it's all new and exciting all over again and she entertains herself for an hour or two.

whew!!! I talk a lot ... sawwy
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I am NOT a fan of people asking if Ginger is a doodle. She's ALL poodle and looks it! She has those graceful, sloping, slender lines. Not a clunky, heavy body and weird hair. No offense to the doodles. They can't help that they're mixed. The poor things look like really poorly bred poodles (at best) and mongrels at worst.

People can't keep their hands off of Ginger. I don't even have a No Pet patch on her service dog harness because people don't pay any attention. The fluffier she is, the worse it is.

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She's been so floofy for a while now so I don't have pics of her in her latest hair cut, a Miami.

Besides being my service dog, Ginger also makes a great Kindle holder for my mom:


And a cushion for Angel:


Angel, my mini, is another one that's too cute for her own good. She's fearful of almost anyone besides me, unless you have food, and people are always trying to pet, snuggle, bark at, whatever at her. It's a weird phenomenon. I have to get her a yellow dog patch for when we go out.

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I love that angel isn't quite an angel! She is quite adorable though! Love the photos!
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My Angel or the other Angel? Such a common name!

My Angel was a puppy mill brood dog. The mill was so bad it was shut down and Angel ended up as my long time foster. I ended up adopting her because such a cute little fluffy dog attracted too many flakes and nuts and also because so few people seem to understand puppy mill brood dogs. I'm not talking about your pet store puppy, I'm talking about the adult dogs that lived in mills producing the puppies, with the psychological damage all that entails.

She's come a long way. I'm very proud of her! From a scared, shut down, suppressed mess to an inquisitive, loving, adventuresome dog. She still has a ways to go, especially since her medication was too high and it had the opposite effect but she continues to get better, even more so with the new dose. She has Canine Compulsive Disorder and generalized anxiety. The medication enables behavior modification to take effect.

She LOVE, LOVE, LOVES Ginger. And Ginger loves her too. She's so patient with her. The other day, Angel was upset and her trachea was collapsing and Ginger kept gently nudging her until we could get her calmed down.
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