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Goldendoodle Breed Information

This mix of Golden Retriever and Poodle creates a beautiful breed. With the colors of the Golden Retrievers and the curls of the Poodle, the Goldendoodle is often seen as a “designer” dog. This crossbreed is friendly and full of energy, both familiar traits of the Golden Retriever. They make for perfect family pets, especially for those with children. Goldendoodles are smaller than Golden Retrievers, ranging in size from 30 to 45 lbs, and can live anywhere from 10 to 15 years.

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50 - 90 lbs

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Life span

10 to 15 years

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What Is the History of the Goldendoodle?

There’s much debate about the exact origins of the Goldendoodle, with people pointing to England, the United States, and Australia as the land of origin. The English origin of the story points to Monica Dickens, the great granddaughter of Charles Dickens, intentionally breeding a Golden Retriever with a Poodle to make a large-sized guide dog that is hypoallergenic. That said, Goldendoodles were more consistently bred as a new breed in the 1990s across the U.S. and Australia. In Australia, this breed is affectionately called the Groodle.

Are Goldendoodles Good Family Pets?

Goldendoodles are excellent family pets. They are one of the most popular hybrid breeds for families, due to their loving personality, kindness towards children and strangers, and low-shedding fur.
Golden Retrievers have for decades been one of the most popular breeds in America given their loving temperaments. They are in some ways the “poster dog” of a family dog. At the same time, Poodles have made excellent additions to the gene pool of other dog breeds, given their intelligence, athleticism, low-shedding hair, and loving nature. So it’s no surprise that their mix is a friendly, sociable family companion.

What Color Are Goldendoodles?

Colors vary depending on the fur colors of the parents, and particularly of the Poodle parent, which typically has a larger variety of color. Golden Retrievers can be white, cream, a golden color, or even close to brown. Meanwhile Poodle colors are much more variable. As a result, a Goldendoodle puppy can be a range of colors, from cream, to apricot, brown, chocolate, or black, and can be single-colored or multi-colored.

How Big Do Goldendoodles Get?

The size of Goldendoodles varies greatly depending on the Poodle parent size. While Golden Retrievers are more consistent in size, Poodles come in three size varieties: Toy, Miniature, and Standard. As a result, Goldendoodles are also typically divided into three size categories:

  • Standard Goldendoodles: 45 to 70 lb
  • Medium Goldendoodles: 30-45 lb
  • Mini Goldendoodles: 30 lb or less

Are Goldendoodles Recognized by Kennel Clubs?

No. Goldendoodles are not purebred dogs and so aren't recognized by breed clubs like the AKC, UKC, or CKC. This is mainly because these dogs are not standardized in terms of size, shape, hair, etc.
That said, you can get your Goldendoodle registered with doodle or Goldendoodle-specific registries. Examples are The Goldendoodle Registry. and the American Doodle Registry. We recommend joining such groups as it’s a good way to meet other Goldendoodle owners and learn more about how best to raise your Goldendoodle pup (from a health, genetic, and nutrition perspective).

What Are Common Health Conditions for Goldendoodles?

Mixed breed dogs are typically healthier than their purebred counterparts. This is because purebred dogs are more subject to selective breeding, which can results in a higher incidence of genetic diseases.
That said, Goldendoodles should be frequently screened for health conditions common in Poodles and Golden Retrievers. These conditions include Dysplasia, Sebacious Adenitis (a skin disease causing hair loss), Addison's Disease (which causes hormonal issues), Subvalvular Aortic Stenosis (a heart disease that can limit activity), and cataracts.

What Is the Vaccination Schedule for Goldendoodles?

This is the most common vaccination schedule set out by veterinarians for Goldendoodle puppies:

  1. 6 weeks: Distemper/Parvo/Parainfluenza vaccine and a Kennel Cough vaccine. These should be given before you take your new puppy home.
  2. 9 weeks: Distemper/Parvo/Parainfluenza booster and a Kennel Cough booster.
  3. 12 weeks: Distemper/Parvo/Parainfluenza booster, Leptospirosis vaccine, and the Influenza vaccine.
  4. 15-16 weeks: Distemper/Parvo/Parainfluenza booster, Leptospirosis booster, Canine Influenza booster, and Rabies vaccine.

Do Goldendoodles Bark a Lot?

Goldendoodles aren’t known to be big barkers. They tend to bark when excited, scared, or needing to alert your attention to something. If your Goldendoodle puppy is barking excessively, it’s worth checking with your vet to see if there’s an underlying health issue that needs to be addressed.

How Much Do Goldendoodle Cost?

Goldendoodle puppy prices vary by breeder, location, and the pedigree of the parents. On average, you’ll see Goldendoodle puppies posted by reputable breeders for $1,000 – $3,500. Puppies from top pedigrees may cost more. Also, mini Goldendoodles can be more expensive than medium or standard sizes given popular demand for smaller dogs.

How Much Grooming Do Goldendoodles Need?

Goldendoodles can have wavy or straight-haired coats. If your pup has a curly coat, it has inherited more from its Poodle parents and will shed less. If you have a straight-haired Goldendoodle, you’ll have a bit more grooming on your hands—but just as many snuggles and games.
If you are concerned about your puppy’s shedding levels, you may want to wait a few months or look at bringing home a slightly older dog. Goldendoodles lose their puppy coats between 4-8 months of age, at which point you’ll be able to see what type of adult coat grows in.

Are Goldendoodles Hypoallergenic?

How hypoallergenic a Goldendoodle is depends on how much it has inherited from its Poodle parent. Poodles have one of the best coats for allergy sufferers. The same is typically true of Goldendoodle puppies who inherit their Poodle parent’s curly coat.
In general, Goldendoodles do shed, but significantly less than other breeds like German Shepherds or Labrador Retrievers, both of which are notorious for leaving fur around the house.

What Food Is Best for My Goldendoodle Puppy?

The best nutrition advice will come from your veterinarian. In general, vets advise that Goldendoodle puppies start off on puppy food containing nutrients present in their mother’s milk. This will support your pup’s healthy growth. A combination of high-energy dry food and high-quality wet food is usually recommended for puppies.
Your Goldendoodle can be transitioned to adult food after 12 months of age. For most Medium Goldendoodles, you can use the same adult dog foods made for Poodles or Golden Retrievers.

Is a Goldendoodle the Right Dog for Me?

Goldendoodles make great companions for just about everyone. They are cuddly, family-friendly, and intelligent. They do have a high energy level and so are best suited for individuals or families with an active lifestyle.

At Mawoo Pets, our network of breeders offer Goldendoodle puppies of various lineages and sizes in a locations across the United States and Canada, for example Goldendoodle puppies in Florida and New York. By using Mawoo Pets, you can be sure that you are purchasing from a reputable breeder with excellent health, safety, and socialization standards.

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