It seems like just about everyone is heartbroken over Cecil The Lion's death.
The comedian tweeted:
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Someone HELP this woman!!! She's being attacked by CUTENESS!!!
Meet Charlie, a Norfolk VA labradoodle who thought life was grand and sweet and full of rainbows….
That before he went to jail…for looking like a lion!!!!!
Today's Fan Pet of the Day is…Louie!
Teddyhilton.com reader Frank lovie-luvs his Labradoodle and we ADORE this cutie too!
This pup should have his own TV show too!!! We're pretty his GAWRGEOUSness would win a few Emmys alone!
So CUTEz! We need to have a labradoodle party RIGHT NOW!
Damn you, Science! Why must you always ruin everything with your facts and number and analysis?!?!
A recent study showed that dogs deemed hypoallergenic, like Labradoodles, poodles, and Portuguese and Spanish Water Dogs, have MORE allergy causing proteins than
And rightfully so! We'd be heartbroken if we lost Teddy!
Kelly Clarkson had a less than envious start to the new year when she lost her one year old mini labradoodle Joplin.
She was in Oklahoma with best buds Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and Miranda Lambert when her sis called with the bad news.
Clarkson said the following:
Teddy's celeb vet Dr. Patrick Mahaney has some advice Teddy reader, Kristen, who asks:
"My doodles name is Stella, aka "Beast" - Shes so big and shes still a puppy, about to be 3 yrs old in September, When she gets excited she jumps and jumps high! How can we get her to stop, especially when we have young kids for neighbors?
Also, she has a constant craving for bread and butter, or other things on the counter, they are easy access for her, any advice there?!?!
Last one, she seems to dislike swimming/water… anyways we can get her used to it?!"
Dr. Patrick's answer:
As "doodles" (Golden-, Labra-, etc) are energetic and medium to large sized pooches, we have to be extra vigilant in working on their less than ideal behaviors to promote a peaceful and safe household.
As I am not a dog trainer (I am a dog, after all), it is best that you pursue some real-time guidance from a reliable trainer in your area. Perhaps you know of neighboring dog owners that have needed some help with unruly pooches. I'd also contact Stella's breeder for a specific suggestion of a trainer that has helped Stella's cousins in the past.
As for the jumping, turn your back on Stella's attempts to jump and ignore her (for just a short time, until she calms down). If you don't give Stella the attention she craves, she will be less inclined to jump up in the first place.
Regarding her tendency to counter surf, she can potentially cause herself life threatening illness from dietary indiscretion (eating things she should not), so make sure no one in your household leaves anything tasty up on the counter. If she has a place where she likes to spend time (her crate, dog bed, etc), then reward her with praise and (maybe) a dog or other healthy food treat for sitting/staying calmly in that spot.
Since behavior problems can ultimately manifest as physical health problems, it is best to be vigilant in resolving them. Consistency is the key, so often YOU need to be trained as to how to best deal with Stella's behaviors on a day to day basis.
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