That morning, he barked a few seconds at the door, then coughed a small drop of blood. I grabbed him to head toward the vet and within minutes he began to bleed from his nose and mouth. He died in my arms on the way. He seemed fine and 30 minutes later he was gone. I don’t know if it was his illness cancer?that caused this or if the steroids could have done something. I’ve heard of stomach ulcers and blood clots being side effects.
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A goldendoodle's coat should be shampooed about once a month. Always bathe a goldendoodle in a warm room. A standard bathtub or even a shower will work for bathing, although a raised tub and and a long shower hose are helpful. A nonslip mat on the floor of the tub is important. Although many manufacturers produce shampooo specifically for dogs, many of these products tend to dry out goldendoodles' skin. Instead of these, use a mild baby shampoo or a 2 in 1 shampoo with conditioner included.