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Wrigley Goldendoodle Waterville, OH

Meet Wrigley

Here is the best boy! Wrigley was born October 7, 2020. The breeder who sold him indicated he was returned when the family discovered he wasn't the perfect puppy and had a lot going on medically.

Wrigley is a megaesophagus puppy. He is your typical puppy and just needs specially fed upright twice a day. He is doing great with his eating! Foster mom has been feeding him down with no regurgitation issues and he is gaining weight.

We are looking for a permanent home who will care and love Wrigley for life. The perfect family would be someone who works from home and is able to feed Wrigley on a regular schedule. Because he will need your time, training and devotion as a special needs dog, no young children with his adoption.

Wrigley loves other dogs and he absolutely adores his foster family. He is also just as fine to play by himself with a ball, Kong, bone or anything that is there. He loves to be where you are and be a big part of the family.

If you are interested in learning more about Wrigley, his care and adopting, please read our adoption policies on our website at and follow the directions from there if you feel you would be a great fit for Wrigley.


Doodle Great Pyrenees & Golden Retriever Mix Dallas, TX

Meet Doodle

is a one year old (78 lb) Great Pyrenees / Golden Retriever mix.

Due to the fact that he has had two leg surgeries, he would do best as an only dog, in a stair free home.

Doodle does great in his crate overnight. He loves antlers, nylabones and kongs. Doodle's foster describes him as a big teddy bear with a side of sass. He is affectionate, good natured, trainable, full of life, charming, silly, cuddly, friendly, active, sweet, and entertaining.

Kids should be 10+ due to his size and exuberance.

For adoption information or to complete an application, please go to:

References and a home visit are required for all adoptions.

Doodle is a one year old (78 lb) Great Pyrenees / Golden Retriever mix.
Due to the fact that he has had two leg surgeries, he would do best as an only dog, in a stair free home.

Doodle does great in his crate overnight. He loves antlers, nylabones and kongs. Doodle's foster describes him as a big teddy bear with a side of sass. He is affectionate, good natured, trainable, full of life, charming, silly, cuddly, friendly, active, sweet, and entertaining.

Kids should be 10+ due to his size and exuberance.

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IDOG Rescue, Inc.

Adoption Policy

Please consider all aspects before applying to adopt a dog. Rescue dogs usually come with a few issues and we prefer applicants that have realistic expectations and dog experience. We prefer a physical fence in most cases but will consider this on a case by case basis.

Please read through all the information on our website before completing the application. To adopt one of our dogs you MUST first complete our online application. We do require an interview. In addition, a home visit will be required. We only adopt dogs to families who will keep them as inside pets. If you are not willing to work with your new rescue dog and let them get to know you at their own pace, please don't apply for one of our dogs. Returning a dog within 24-48 hours of picking it up is hard on the dog. Rescuing a dog is a lifetime commitment and if you give your all, you will get a great friend in return. They need time and patience.

IDOG Rescue is a national U.S. foster-based not-for-profit 501(c)(3) public charity organization and has remained in good standing with the IRS since 2006 when IDOG was created. IDOG has been offering rescue and rehome services to Doodles, specifically Labradoodles, Goldendoodles, Standard Poodles and Poodle mixes since 2006. We have helped over 2,600 doodles to date.

IDOG Rescue was the first specific rescue for Labradoodles and Goldendoodles and is endorsed by both the Australian Labradoodle Association of America and the Goldendoodle Association of America. IDOG is an approved Rescue Partner in hundreds of shelters across the country and has an outstanding reputation for helping Doodles in need, no matter what color, age or health status.

IDOG has dogs in foster homes all over the U.S. Please see the location listed in the dog's name (for example, Toby-TX is located in a foster home in TX). In most instances, you will be required to live within driving distance of where the dog is located and to visit the dog in person. IDOG does not ship or transport dogs unless this option is stated in the listing. Shipping is stressful on the dog, and stressful for the volunteer who has to spend many hours preparing the dog and the paperwork, transporting and waiting at airports. It is not simply a matter of paying the shipping charge. We will only ship a dog if we cannot find it a home near where it is being fostered. The hardest dogs to place are black males. We never have trouble placing blonde fluffy doodles, or puppies.

All of our IDOGs have an adoption fee that is non-negotiable and non-refundable. OUR ADOPTION FEES RANGE FROM $100 - $750 depending on the dog. We will require the adoption fee be paid prior to or when we transfer the IDOG to its new family. The adoption fee helps IDOG with the expenses related to the care of all of the dogs in our program and is not directly tied to the expenses incurred for that particular dog. Adoption fees allow IDOG to continue doing our life-saving work as we are 100% dependent upon adoption fees and donations to cover the costs of the dogs in our care.

Each dog is assessed individually to determine the adoption fee. It currently costs IDOG an average of over $400 for basic vet, grooming, and foster care on each dog; that does not allow for the ones who get sick, need surgery, have special needs, or are heartworm positive. Adoption fee covers the cost of spay/neuter, core vaccines, fecal test/dewormer, heartworm testing, heartworm/flea/tick prevention and microchipping. All IDOGS are evaluated by a licensed veterinarian prior to adoption.

To apply for any of our dogs, please complete the application on our website:

IDOG Rescue also provides assistance and support for people who need to find a new home for their family pet - our motivation is to get these dogs into homes that understand the temperaments and needs of these energetic, playful & loving dogs. Please read our rehome FAQs here and complete our rehome form here if you’d like our assistance in rehoming your doodle.

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Doodle Rescue Collective Inc.

Our Mission

Founded in 2008, Doodle Rescue Collective, Inc. (DRC) is a volunteer foster based rescue comprised of a "collective" of over 800 registered volunteers nationwide. DRC is dedicated to the protection and rescue of Labradoodle & Goldendoodle (doodle) dogs and to providing educational resources and support services to doodle owners, aspiring owners and enthusiasts.

Through our programs, DRC provides refuge, safe haven, vet care, rehabilitation,

transport, and quality forever homes for doodle dogs in need. DRC is also dedicated to providing support services and re-home assistance for those needing to find new forever homes for their family pets. To date, DRC has saved and placed over 4000 doodle dogs through our successful and highly regarded "Rescue/Rehome Program."

DRC founders have also assisted in the rescue, transport and responsible placement of hundreds of other doodle dogs in need since 2005.


A volunteer based organization, DRC's adoptable doodle dogs are housed in loving foster homes throughout the US and Canada and are cared for by our dedicated and devoted volunteer families.

We are proud to work collaboratively and cooperatively with other responsible and reputable rescue organizations, shelters, animal control facilities, veterinarians and animal care providers. Our outstanding reputation and willingness to work together with other organizations further facilitates our doodle dog rescue efforts, ensuring the safety, health and well-being of homeless doodles throughout North America and the world.

Through and with our programs, services, outreach and educational resources, DRC inspires and encourages humane volunteerism, responsible companion animal care and ownership, advocates for responsible breeding practices and promotes public awareness of the plight of the doodle dog, the horrors of puppy mills and the commercial pet trade industry.

Adoption Policy


DRC has adoption requirements and policies that are in place to ensure the safety, well-being and appropriate placement of every doodle dog in our program.

Please read through carefully and completely BEFORE applying. Be certain that your home environment and lifestyle are both compatible with, and appropriate for, rescue doodles, in accordance with our policies and requirements.


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What is a Goldendoodle? FAQ’s


QUESTION: What is a mixed-breed dog?

ANSWER: A mixed-breed dog is a result of a mix between two or more different dog breeds. There are many types of mixed-breed dogs. Some dog breeds are mixed because of an increase in popularity, while other crossbreeds occur in the hopes of carrying forward the best of a breed’s traits.

A breeding program that conceives a mixed-breed is not without controversy. While these hybrid crossbreeds may see a decrease in popularity, more of them may also start ending up in animal shelters.


QUESTION: What is a Goldendoodle?

ANSWER: A Goldendoodle is the result of a mix of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle.


QUESTION: How is the personality of a Goldendoodle?

ANSWER: Also known as a Groodle, this mixed-breed dog has the amiable disposition of a Golden Retriever. Also, they may be suitable for pet parents with allergies as a result of their ‘hypoallergenic non-shedding’ coat inherited from their Poodle parent.


QUESTION: Is the Goldendoodle ‘hypoallergenic?’

ANSWER: The Goldendoodle may be suitable for pet parents with allergies as a result of their ‘hypoallergenic non-shedding’ coat inherited from their Poodle parent.

If a pet parent with allergies is looking to adopt a Goldendoodle, they should spend time with the animal first, and see how their allergies are affected, and whether they’re a good fit.


QUESTION: How does a Goldendoodle look?

ANSWER: A Goldendoodle inherited the intelligence of the Poodle along with the ease of training of a Golden Retriever. The look of a Goldendoodle ultimately varies from a shaggy-looking Retriever to a curl-relaxed Poodle. However, their appearance falls in between the two breeds of their parents.


QUESTION: How do I adopt a Goldendoodle?

ANSWER: If you’re interested in adopting a Goldendoodle, consider the following.

  1. Consider what traits of a breed or breed blend are essential to you, such as energy level or personality type.
  2. Check out the Golden retriever and the Poodle rescue groups in your area.
  3. Contact the local animal shelter and let them help set you up with a great match.
  4. Browse the Petfinder database and search shelters for your pet match. You may not find a Goldendoodle, but many beautiful adoptable dogs are looking for a home.


How Big Does a Goldendoodle Get?


  • Goldendoodle Average Size: Their size is somewhere in between their Poodle parent and their Golden Retriever parent. A rule of thumb is to add both the parent’s weights together and divide the total by two for the average adult weight of a Goldendoodle puppy.
  • Typical Goldendoodle Sizes: The Goldendoodle can range from miniature to standard to medium-sized.


Miniature (Female/Male)13-20 inches15-30 lbs.
Medium (Female/Male)24- 26 inches30-45 lbs.
Standard (Female/Male)1.8 – 2.2 feet60-100 lbs.



Goldendoodle Characteristics


  • Lovely and Devoted: This mixed-breed dog thrives with affection and devotion.
  • Ideal Combo: A Goldendoodle is the perfect combination of a Retriever’s vitality along with a Poodle’s work ethic.
  • Strong Trainability: With professional training, pet parents can quickly teach their hybrid mixed-breed dog proper etiquette.
  • Great for First-Time Pet Parents: An excellent pet for first-time owners, the Goldendoodle was bred as a low-allergen service dog.
  • Takes After Their Parents: The energy and boisterousness of a Goldendoodle are generally good with children, other pets, and strangers. However, some Goldendoodles are more like Poodles; in other words, they’re docile, complacent, and intelligent. Yet, a Goldendoodle can also be like a Labrador retriever; and for this reason, they can be vocal, slow to mature, and may be prone to shed.
  • ‘Low-Shedding’: With a ‘hypoallergenic coat,’ Goldendoodles may be suitable for pet parents with allergies. However, pet parents with allergies should spend time with a Goldendoodle to see how they affect their allergies.
  • Loves Water: A Goldendoodle displays an affinity for water, and they’re strong swimmers.
  • Most Intelligent: A Goldendoodle’s parent breeds are both among the world’s most intelligent dog breeds.
  • Coat Colors: The Golden retriever can come in shades of cream, apricot, and red. Notably, the tone of the Goldendoodle’s color is measurable by the intensity of their inherited genes. Also, the Poodle brings shades of black, chocolate, silver, and gray.
  • 12-14 year Lifespan: The Goldendoodle may live between 12 to 14 years.
  • First Bred: Monica Dickens first bred the Goldendoodle in 1969.
  • Popular in the ’90s: The Goldendoodle popularity grew in the 1990s.
  • Bred to Guide: A Goldendoodle was produced as a guide dog for visually impaired  with allergies.
  • Hybrid Vigor: When a Goldendoodle is a first-generation cross, they exhibit ‘hybrid vigor.’ Moreover, the first-generation cross is healthier and grows better than either parent line. For this reason, the hybrid cross is terrific as a family dog, because they’re intelligent, friendly, easy-to-train, and affectionate.


Goldendoodle Detailed Description


The Goldendoodle is one of the first mixed-breed dogs to cater to allergic pet parents. This Poodle crossbreed blend is obedient and loyal, and they’re a beautiful family pet. Said to be the perfect dog breed, this canine has a winning combination of looks, wits, and charm. Coined in 1992, the Goldendoodle became a dog preferred by many, especially for their ‘low-shedding’ coats and overall pleasant demeanor.

This crossbreed dog is ‘low-shedding,’ and many pet parents with allergies have them as pets. Importantly though, all dogs have dander, and where allergies exist, there’s no guarantee a breed won’t incite allergies. Pet parents with allergies considering adopting a Goldendoodle should spend ample time with one to see if they affect your allergies.

This dog is a natural athlete and, a Goldendoodle is a perfect work-out companion. This hybrid breed enjoys long walks, running, and hiking, and they’re always ready and willing to accompany their pet parents outdoors. Thanks to their amicable personality and their thirst for adventure, this mixed-breed makes for a superb pet.


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