Goldendoodles are the result of cross breeding between Golden Retrievers and Poodles. The Goldendoodle was specifically bred to retain the friendly nature of the Golden Retriever and the low-shedding fur of the poodle. Since Goldendoodles are intelligent dogs they are usually great candidates for service work and are easy to train.
There are different sized Goldendoodle breed variations, which include:
Please keep in mind that Goldendoodles are a hybrid dog breed. This means that the dog breeder will only be able to provide you with an estimate of the adult size of your Goldendoodle puppy.
Goldendoodles require moderate exercise, which can be achieved by a daily walk through your neighborhood. Goldendoodles are also content to fetch balls and run around spacious backyards.
Since the Goldendoodle is a low-shed dog it is a popular choice among allergy sufferers and people who don’t want to constantly clean dog fur from their homes. The grooming needs of your Goldendoodle dog depends on the genes they inherit from their parents.
For example, Goldendoodle fur can be straight, wavy, or curly. While most Goldendoodles have long hair, short hair may also be possible through recessive genes. In general, Goldendoodle fur coats require minimal maintenance.