Goldendoodle is a cross- mixed breed. They are a mix of Poodle and Golden Retriever. While, the smaller version of this dog- mini Goldendoodle is a mix of Golden Retriever with a Miniature Poodle or a Toy Poodle.
Goldendoodles where first bred with a thought of being guide dogs for visually impaired people with allergies- they are mostly hypoallergenic. Most Goldendoodles also have a low to non-shedding coat, which is also a big advantage!
There are a few different colours of Goldendoodle. The basic ones are cream, black, red, and brown. However, they can have different shades of each colour.
How big are Goldendoodles? Well, it varies.
There are two types- Goldendoodle, which can be 17 to 25 inches in height. Mini Goldendoodle which usually is around 13 to 20 inches in height
Even though they look like a toy, Goldendoodles are brilliant dogs. Because they are a mix of Poodle and Golden Retriever you never really know which breed character will be dominant.
Goldendoodles can be shy. Therefore, it is essential to socialise with your dog and let him meet new people from the early years. This way dog will be more confident for example around new guests in your home!
When not appropriately treated, Goldendoodles can become a bit aggressive towards unknown people. I would recommend every owner of this adorable dog to invest some time and money into proper training! This way you can be sure your buddy will be a loving and loyal companion for life!
Goldendoodles are easy to train. There are not super energetic. However, they do need to be active and go for the walks, play and run every day!
The price for Goldendoodle from a certificated breeder varies from $1000-$4000. There are quite a few Goldendoodle breeders.
To find a Goldendoodle in you are do the research online- there are plenty of breeders everywhere!
You can also visit the American Canine Hybrid Club or the American Kennel Club and find registered breeders there and more information about Goldendoodle!
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