Regarding how to take care of your Petite Goldendoodle, we recommend creating a customized care regime that encompasses physical exercise, approved diet, and varied dietary supplements, alongside warmer bedding during the winter.
Petite Goldendoodles are moderately active doggies beyond their formative years. As such, your pooch doesn’t require intense maintenance like most other breeds.
Still, your 4-legged furry friend needs sufficient exercise given their active nature. We advise physical activity of at least 45 minutes every day. This can include guided exercises like agility training, and common social games like fetch, seek and find, or frisbee.
However, do not subject your Petite Goldendoodle to excessive exercise or physically demanding activities that will stress its small body. We have found that short, daily walks are sufficient, and you can also create a small fenced playing area and allow the doggie to do unmetered jogs, plays, and romping about the home.
On average, your Petite Goldendoodle pooch needs 1 to 4 cups of high-quality, multi-nutritional food, served 3 to 4 times every day. The feeding frequency depends on your doggie’s size and health, with 2 meals of 1 to 2 cups of dog food enough after the sixth month.
The regular diet should be rich in protein, multivitamins, fiber, and fats. Do not feed your dear fido on human food to avoid bloat, weight gain, and discourage “begging tendencies”.
We recommend Pet Plate, a high-quality dog food beef recipe loaded with high protein and free of grain.
Further, use recommended dental water additives to ensure better oral hygiene, including fresh breath, prevent bacterial buildup, and fight plaque.