About the Breed

The Goldendoodle is a hybrid dog breed that is quickly becoming one of the most popular dogs in the United States. They are known for their intelligence, loyalty, and friendly personalities. Whether you are looking for a family pet or an obedient companion for outdoor activities, the Goldendoodle may be the perfect fit for you. Read on to learn more about this wonderful breed and why it might be the perfect pet for your family. History The Goldendoodle first became popular in North America in the 1990s as a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. The breed was created to combine some of the best characteristics of both breeds: intelligence, trainability, and friendliness from Golden Retrievers with low-shedding coats from Poodles. Since then, they have become increasingly popular due to their adaptability and easy maintenance compared to other purebreds. Temperament Goldendoodles are known for being friendly and outgoing with people of all ages. They are highly intelligent and excel at obedience training if given consistent reinforcement from an early age. They love spending time with their owners and often enjoy participating in outdoor activities such as swimming or running alongside them. Goldendoodles have been bred specifically to be good family pets; they get along well with children as well as other animals in the household like cats or small pets like hamsters or birds. Ideal For Goldendoodles make great family companions but can also do well in single-person households if given enough exercise and attention each day. They can be gentle enough to live comfortably with elderly people but also energetic enough to provide companionship on active walks or hikes with young adults or teens. Additionally, they tend to do well living in apartments since they dont require much space due to their size although regular walks outside will still be necessary! Healthy Weight & Size Goldendoodles typically weigh anywhere between 40-90 pounds depending on whether they take after their Golden Retriever parent (larger) or Poodle parent (smaller). Their average height is around 20-24 inches tall when fully grown which makes them medium-sized dogs that wont take up too much space at home! Important Health Checks Goldendoodles have relatively good health overall but there are some important health checks that should be done regularly by your veterinarian throughout its lifetime: hip dysplasia screenings, eye exams, ear cleanings (particularly if it has floppy ears), vaccinations against common canine diseases such as Parvovirus (Parvo) or Distemper virus (CDV), heartworm tests every 6 months depending on your location/climate, monthly deworming treatments against parasites such as roundworms/hookworms/tapeworms etc., dental checkups every 6 months; brushing teeth daily can help keep its breath fresh! The Goldendoodle is an ideal companion that combines intelligence, loyalty and friendliness into one bundle of joyand all without taking up too much space at home! With proper care including regular health checks along with plenty of exercise and attention each day it has no problem adapting into any household whether big families with young kids or older single people looking for an active companion outdoors!

Healthy weight:

20-45 pounds

Recommended Food

Large breed dog food such as Royal Canin Golden Retriever or Hills Science Diet

Breed Colors

  • Apricot
  • Golden
  • Cream
  • Red
  • Black
  • Silver
  • Chocolate

Ideal for owners that

  • Love for animals
  • Patience for training
  • Dedication to exercise
  • Time for grooming
  • Financial stability for vet care

Health Considerations

  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Allergies
  • Ear Infections
  • Skin Problems
  • Eye Problems
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Epilepsy
  • Obesity

This breed may be cute, but these are some of their common health issues to be aware of.

Temperment & Skills


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