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goldendoodle puppies for sale memphis Phantom’s have a specific pattern of markings on a solid background above each eye, on the sides of the muzzle, chest, inside the legs, and under the tail. Brindle patterns appear as stripes, the color and the width vary with each dog. Furnishings are the longer facial hair, including eyebrows, mustache and beard, found on most Goldendoodles. Golden Retrievers have an “open face,” that is, short facial hair. There is another term to describe the lack of furnishings: incorrect coat. The gene responsible for furnishings is dominant; so by testing the parent dogs DNA, it can be determined if a breed pair will produce puppies that all have furnishings, or if there will be some puppies with an incorrect or Golden Retriever like coat.

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He sent him to a specialist to do some type of “cleansing” of the lungs which would require to put her under general anesthesia. Thruthfully, I couldn’t even afford any of this, as much as it’s hurting me. My Princess is my life. PLEASE HELP!While he has been off of the steroids now for almost 4 months, his personality changed he became skittish and jittery, he is still over weight he used to be SUPER fit and trim – he’s super “wide” with skinny legs, his hair has thinned, and he continues to get skin infections. Still to this day, we are treating the “cough”, which is a function of the bronchitis, but now with a bronchial inhaler, but we are also treating his airway and lungs to keep them healthy with. That said, I’m still not comfortable with the number of meds that he is on. Unless/until cured, he will always cough. I spend countless hours per week looking for alternative to medicine/options, and am hopeful for breakthroughs and advances…I just lost my 8 year old chihuahua mix. He had no symptoms until a few weeks ago. We were still running tests. Blood work ok, fungal test negative, but very cloudy X ray.

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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.