About Goldendoodle Puppies
WHAT’S A GOLDENDOODLE?
Looking for Goldendoodle puppies for sale? What is a Goldendoodle? Have you done your research on what puppy is best for you? Goldendoodles are a designer breed that comes from crossing a Golden Retriever to a Poodle. Goldendoodle size can range depending on the size variety of the Poodle parent.
SIZE OF THE GOLDENDOODLE
Large Goldendoodles typically stand 20 to 24 inches and 50 to 80 lb.
Medium Goldendoodles typically stand 17 to 20 inches and 40 to 50 lb.
Mini Goldendoodles typically stand up to 20 inches and 15 to 35 lb.
DO GOLDENDOODLES SHED?
Goldendoodles will shed but not as much as other dogs. The higher percentage of poodle the less likely the coat will shed. The Goldendoodle will shed less than their Golden Retriever parent making them a wonderful option for an inside dog. Something to remember, though, is all dogs have dander (dead skin cells), saliva, and urine, where allergens exist, so there is no guarantee a Goldendoodle won’t set off an allergic reaction if you suffer from extreme pet allergies.
MORE ABOUT GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES
Goldendoodle is a term unheard of before the 1990s. Goldendoodle is a designer breed, meaning by taking 2 pure bread parents and crossing them you get what is known as a designer breed. The Goldendoodle is a cross between and Golden Retriever and a Poodle. Desired amongst families for their very social friendly personalities with the hypoallergenic coat. Even though the Goldendoodle is not completely hypoallergenic the shedding is greatly reduced compared to their Golden Retriever parent. When you are dealing with mixed breeds its hard to say what genetic traits each puppy will receive of their parents. This can cause the slight variation in the coat type and size amongst the litter mates.
IS A GOLDENDOODLE A GOOD CHOICE FOR PEOPLE WITH PET ALLERGIES?
More and more people that suffer from pet allergies are looking for a poodle mix to help. They love dogs but can’t have them do to their allergies. The Goldendoodle will shed less than their Golden Retriever parent making them a wonderful option for a inside dog. Something to remember, though, is all dogs have dander (dead skin cells), saliva, and urine, where allergens exist, so there is no guarantee a Goldendoodle won’t set off an allergic reaction if you suffer from extreme pet allergies.
HOW MUCH DOES A GOLDENDOODLE SHED?
The Goldendoodles coat is a mix of their Golden Retriever parent and Poodle parent. Grooming is going to be a great benefit to preventing unwanted, excess hair in the home. Even though it is hard to say how much of the genetic traits the puppy will take from mom and how much from dad it’s safe to say a Goldendoodle will have drastically less hair loss than their Golden Retriever parent. Goldendoodles do not shed like their full Golden Retriever parents. They will lose some hair like their human companions but instead, they rely on regular grooming to manage their coats. Whereas the Golden Retriever will drop their heavier winter coat.
DO GOLDENDOODLES NEED A LOT OF EXERCISE?
Goldendoodles love to exercise. The Goldendoodle comes from two parents known for their agility. They love to play and be active. A great dog for families that like to make trips to the park, hike, run and walk. On the flip side, they can make good cuddle buddies on the coat on those lazy Saturday mornings but will do best if you allow them daily exercise. You do not have to worry about physical limitations like you do someone the flat-faced breeds, such as the French Bulldog.
GOLDENDOODLES ARE NOT GOOD GUARD DOGS
Do not count on a Goldendoodle to protect your home from intruders. They would probably be more concerned with licking and loving on them. They are known to be very friendly and social which makes Goldendoodles a great choice for families with children and friends that come to visit.
GOLDENDOODLES AS SERVICE DOGS
The Goldendoodle’s intelligence and obedience make them a wonderful choice for a service dog. Their happy-go-luck personalities are sure to brighten most people’s day when they are in a nursing home, or hospital or suffer from anxiety.
What is the Super Dog Program?
Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) or Super Dog Program is a process developed by U.S. Military in their canine program that introduces mild stresses to very young puppies in a controlled way. These stresses help stimulate the neurological system which improves the growth and development of the pup’s immune system, cardiovascular system, and stress tolerance. This is a proven method that has helped puppies to reach their maximum potential in health and disposition. Please click on the link below for more information about Super dog stimulation and how we incorporate it into our program to make sure each one of our babies is getting the best start in life.
Benefits of Early Neurological Stimulation
- Increased heart performance (heart rate)
- Healthy strong heartbeats
- Strengthens adrenal glands
- Better stress tolerance
- Stronger immune system