Goldendoodles are one of the most popular breeds in the world. They have been around since the early 1900’s and they were first bred for their beauty. Today, they are considered to be one of the best working dogs ever created because of their high energy level and loyalty. These traits make them ideal for police work or search and rescue operations where speed is essential. Some of these qualities make them very good with children. However, it is not just the breed itself that makes them so popular; it is also the fact that they are easy to train and loveable.
The reason why people choose to name their golden puppies after things other than gold is due to their affectionate nature and their desire for companionship. There are many different types of names given to goldendoodles, but there are only two main categories: male and female names.
Male names are usually more descriptive while female names tend to be fancier.
Male Name Categories:
Barker – A term used to refer to any dog that is friendly and playful. Barkers are known for being loyal and loving, which makes them perfect for families with young children.
They do well in homes with older children too, though they may get bored easily if left alone all day long. Barker dogs can sometimes become over protective of their owners and need lots of exercise.
Herder – A herding dog is smart and independent. They need a lot of exercise and mental stimulation on a daily basis.
Herders are known to herd children, adults, cats, or anything that moves and this behavior cannot be prevented unless the dog is consistently told to stop. These dogs are best in homes with someone who has the time and energy to give them long walks and runs each day.
Hunter – A hunter dog was bred to hunt. They are known for their ability to sniff out rodents, snakes, and other small animals.
This is an instinct that cannot be stopped. These dogs often bark at small animals or insects and will chase them without being told to. If you do not like the idea of your dog chasing things in the backyard then a hunter dog is not for you. These dogs need to be taken on long walks and jog every day.
Mascot – A mascot is a dog that resembles a bear. They are large and heavy, but still fairly friendly and playful.
Mascot dogs often get teased by other dogs and will sometimes even play fight, however they rarely ever get too angry about it. These dogs need to be taken on long walks or jog each day.
Shepherd – A shepherd dog was bred to herd sheep. Herding dogs are known to be loyal and protective of their families.
These dogs need a lot of exercise and they often enjoy running free in open fields. However, they can adapt to living in an apartment as long as they have daily walks.
Terrier – This dog originated from Ireland. They are generally small, but full of energy.
Terriers were bred to hunt vermin and rodents on farms and in houses. They are known to be friendly, but wary of strangers. These dogs need a lot of exercise and love to play fetch.
Whippet – Whippet dogs are very lean and fast. They were bred for racing, but today they make great pets.
Their thin physique means that they lack the endurance of a Labradoodle or Goldendoodle, so they should not be overfed. These dogs can live in an apartment as long as they get their daily exercise.
Female Name Categories:
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Complete Puppy & Dog Care: What every dog owner needs to know by K Lee – 2012 – i5 Publishing
The Doggie in the Window: How One Dog Led Me from the Pet Store to the Factory Farm to Uncover the Truth of where Puppies Really Come from by B Fogle – 2014 – books.google.com
How to Raise Your New Puppy in a Cat Family: The Complete Guide to a Happy Pet-Filled Home by R Kress – 2018 – books.google.com
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