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Goldendoodle puppies and dogs in Mesa, Arizona

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These Goldendoodles are available in Mesa, Arizona.
We'll also keep you updated on Tank's adoption status with email updates.
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Tank

Goldendoodle

Male, Young
Mesa, AZ
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Tank is a very loving energetic dog. I got him from a coworker. His mom was a golden retriever and his father was a poodle. He was born on November 16, 2022. He is neutered. He is updated on his rabies. He is friendly with other dogs. I have 8 kids and he is great with kids but I feel like we might be a bit too much for him. He only comes inside every once in a while. There are lots of toys and things in the house because of the 8 kids and he likes to get rowdy. He needs to be in a home with less people so he can get spoiled and can be inside more often without having to deal with so many things in a house. I also have a senior dog, I feel like he could use a dog buddy closer to his age so they can play together. My senior dog doesn’t like to do much. I get him groomed every three months and he does well. He is energetic but he still does good. It makes me sad to rehome him but his needs are greater.

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We'll also keep you updated on Logan's adoption status with email updates.
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Logan

Goldendoodle

Male, Adult
Phoenix, AZ
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Logan is a sweet boy. He is very protective of me and my children (ages 8 and 4yo). He is over-protective of me and the kids around men, and can be destructive of wood if locked away. We have sent him to obedience training, and he was doing very well when we had a full time nanny. Unfortunately, now that the kids are in school, and he is home alone more frequently, he seems to get anxious, leading to him growling and acting more aggressive with my husband. I think he would thrive in an environment where there was someone home with him more often, with more normal schedules. He really is great with children. He is 3 years old. He requires normal grooming consistent with his breed (around every 6 weeks). He does great with boarding.
We'll also keep you updated on Max's adoption status with email updates.
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Max

Goldendoodle Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Phoenix, AZ
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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We'll also keep you updated on Max's adoption status with email updates.
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Max

Poodle (Standard)

Male, 1 yr 5 mos
Mesa, AZ
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Max will be available to meet and potentially adopt (pending foster's availability) on Saturdays starting Saturday, July 6th at our PetSmart location (857 N Val Vista Dr, #106, Gilbert AZ 85234) until adopted. The adoption event starts at Noon and goes until 3:00pmMax is a 1 year 4 month old male chocolate AKC standard poodle. He is a love and a cuddler. He is learning what a toy is and loves bully sticks. He is doggy door trained.
We'll also keep you updated on Teagan's adoption status with email updates.
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Teagan

Poodle (Standard)

Female, 3 mos
Mesa, AZ
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Teagan will be part of our Pop Up Program (followyourheartanimalrescue.org/pop-up-pups) and available to adopt ONLINE ONLY on Thursday, July 11th at 5:00pm. You must be able to finalize his adoption on Saturday, July 13th. Teagan will be available to MEET ONLY on Saturday, July 6th at our Petsmart location (857 N Val Vista #106 , Gilbert, AZ 85234) from noon to 3:00PM.Meet TeaganTeagan is an apricot, almost 3 month old Standard Poodle. She initially came into the rescue after she was surrendered (with 12 other puppies and 3 adults) from a breeder who decided they were no longer going to continue breeding. Despite being a purebred Standard Poodle, she has the look of a Goldendoodle.Teagan is the most calm of the three girls in the litter. The only one who seems to be more calm is her brother, Goldie. Where the other girls can very much be in someone's face, Teagan can be more chill about approaching people for attention. She'll be content to stand back for a bit while the others are full speed ahead with no thoughts on how their flying ninja kicks are going to turn out. That said, she can still very much get in someone's face or be pushy when she wants something, it's just not as common with her.She has a great demeanor but is still very much a puppy through and through. She is not picky about who she plays with. It can be sisters Willa or Sophie or one of the other foster siblings but you typically find Teagan tussling with another dog. She is doing well at taking cues from other dogs and listening when they decide enough is enough. In the time that she's been in the rescue, she has grown a considerable amount and it would seem that she does not always know her own size. Dogs who are smaller might need to be supervised when with her as she can get a bit rough, seemingly without realizing it. This means that she would likely be okay with kids in the home but ones who know how to be around puppies and understand that the things puppies do aren't meant to hurt them would be ideal.Right now, Teagan's favorite toy seems to be puppy pee pads. Not sure if it's the fun sound, the light durability, or the nice fluffy white pieces that snow around the area when destroyed but Teagan is the main culprit for when puppy pads do not reach their full, most useful lifespan. That doesn't stop her from trying to still use them for their intended purpose after the fact. Compared to where she was in terms of potty training when she first came home to now, she is leaps and bounds ahead. She takes instruction really well as well and will seek out puppy pads when reminded. Teagan does seem to prefer to potty outside when given the chance but the heat during the day limits those opportunities currently. That might be why she and her sisters are so determined to rise with the sun and bring everyone else into consciousness with them.Teagan, like her sisters, has been around a cat for about a week. Her being about to co-exist with a cat probably depends on the cat(s)'s personality. She and her sisters seemed to like to follow, paw at, and try to play with the cat they met. They would take the cues when the cat told them to back off with a hiss and a swipe but would come back 5-10 minutes later and would do it all again. They didn't seem to chase with any intent, just wanted to try and get them to play. It took the cat disappearing or jumping to a place they couldn't get them until they finally stopped.She is stubborn but not quite to the degree of sister Sophie. Teagan knows what she wants and isn't afraid to let you know when she is displeased about not getting it. Food is the main one, dinnertime especially. While she has started to learn the routine over time, that does not necessarily mean that she is happy about the situation. Repetition and positive reinforcement has gone a long way but she is still determined to make sure she gets heard.  Like with most puppies, it is highly recommended that boundaries are set pretty quickly and obedience training is started at a young age. Teagan is incredibly smart and would be one to pick things up quite quickly.Teagan is a gorgeous girl, inside and out. Between her calmer demeanor and smarts, she is going to grow up to be an amazing dog with the right environment and a little bit of time and effort on the part of her future family.
We'll also keep you updated on Sophie's adoption status with email updates.
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Sophie

Poodle (Standard)

Female, 3 mos
Mesa, AZ
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Sophie will be part of our Pop Up Program (followyourheartanimalrescue.org/pop-up-pups) and available to adopt ONLINE ONLY on Thursday, July 11th at 5:00pm. You must be able to finalize his adoption on Saturday, July 13th. Sophie will be available to MEET ONLY on Saturday, July 6th at our Petsmart location (857 N Val Vista #106 , Gilbert, AZ 85234) from noon to 3:00PM.Meet SophieSophie is a black, almost 3 month old Standard Poodle. She initially came into the rescue after she was surrendered (with 12 other puppies and 3 adults) from a breeder who decided they were no longer going to continue breeding. While her coat is currently black, it's been suggested that as her undercoat continues to come through that she is going to be blue or silver in the end. The first thing that can be said about Sophie is that there is never a dull moment when she is around. She is a strong-willed, outgoing girl that you will never not notice. If you don't see or hear Sophie, that might mean that she's up to no good; when she's quiet, that's when it's time to be concerned. She loves to play with the other dogs and be where the commotion is. Sophie is not afraid to try new things (with the exception of fireworks - those are scary) and get in on the action. She's also happy to be a little poser when the camera comes out.She loves to be right there with you whenever she can. Sophie absolutely wants to be with those she considers her people. Depending on the person, she might verge on a tad bit too clingy but it's out of love. There isn't a person she's met that her first reaction hasn't been to approach them immediately. She's honestly a lovebug. That said, she is honestly someone who might develop a bit of separation anxiety if it's not nipped in the bud at an early age.Manners are a work in progress that she is determined to ignore ever existed. Even with repetition and positive reinforcement, she still chooses to do what she's not supposed to initially then will listen when she's corrected for those behaviors. She is a stubborn one for sure.Sophie does have a tendency to try and climb into laps when sitting down so she can get in someone's face for attention. Right now, she does not necessarily take "no" for an answer and can sometimes interpret certain actions as a game. This again is where her strong-willed personality comes into play. While she's small and somewhat manageable now but she won't always be this small. Like with most puppies, it is highly recommended that boundaries are set pretty quickly and obedience training is started at a young age.Potty training is hit or miss currently, which is to be expected considering she is still a young puppy. That said, she is doing far and away so much better than when she first came into her foster home. Those first few days were rough until she started to understand the routine of things. Puppy pad training is going great but she does seem to prefer to potty outside when she can. Since that's not always an option during the day with the heat, she has learned how to manage on pads. In the mornings, Sophie seems to be the one who is up with the sun and wants to make sure everyone is up with her. She's a persistent bugger who will let you know when she's ready to go outside in the morning to go potty but will also get distracted and take a detour to potty on the rug once she finally is out.Sophie and her sisters were around a cat for a week and based on the behaviors they exhibited, whether they can coexist with cat(s) in the home will depend on the cat(s)'s personality. She and her sisters seemed to like to follow, paw at, and try to play with the cat they met. They would take the cues when the cat told them to back off with a hiss and a swipe but would come back 5-10 minutes later and would do it all again. They didn't seem to chase with any intent, just wanted to try and get them to play. It took the cat disappearing or jumping to a place they couldn't get them until they finally stopped. With her sisters, it's all divebombs and bowling one another over. With dogs who are older and bigger, she likes to try to climb all over them and get in their faces. She is determined to get the others to like her but is more subtle about it than say her sister Willa. Depending on the dog, this is tolerated up to a point but she seems to be getting better about understanding the cues on when to stop.Whoever ends up adopting Sophie better prepare themselves for an interesting life because she seems determined to keep everyone around her on their toes. That's not necessarily a bad thing but life will never be dull or slow with Sophie around. Her sweet and determined demeanor will be like striking gold for someone who is looking for a smart, loyal girl to have as a companion.

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