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Accidents: Be aware that doodles can have accidents just like any other dog, especially if they're adjusting to a new environment or if they're not fully house-trained.

Allergies: Even though some doodles are low-shedding, there is no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog. You should spend some time with the doodle before bringing one home. 


Grooming: Doodles typically require consistent grooming to avoid matting. Plan on regularly brushing them and periodic visits to a professional groomer which can be costly.


Exercise: Doodles are typically active and energetic. Be prepared for daily walks, playtime, and activities such as fetch.


Training: Doodles benefit from obedience training to ensure good behavior and manners.You should consider professional training at an early age.


Socialization: Early socialization is also important for doodles to ensure they are comfortable around other dogs, animals, and people.


Health: Regular veterinary check-ups, vaccinations, and a healthy diet are important for maintaining  your doodle’s well-being. You might consider pet health insurance for serious illnesses should they occur


Commitment: Owning a doodle requires time, effort, and commitment. Make sure you're ready for the responsibility of caring for the doodle during its entire lifespan. This can be 10-15 years or more.

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