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The Goldendoodle is known for its social qualities and friendly disposition. With varying traits among this crossbreed, the Goldendoodle often referred to as labradoodle is considered one of the most lovable canines. Discover more about our Goldendoodle puppies for sale below!
First crossed by Monica Dickens in 1969, the Goldendoodle came from the golden retriever and the poodle, hence the name ‘Goldendoodle’. In a bid to aid blind people and serve as a companion, American breeders attempted to take the positives of the poodle's hypoallergenic coat and the golden retriever's sociable qualities. Due to the variation in traits inherited from its parents, the Goldendoodle can have different sizes and colors.
The golden doodle is generally a loving and cuddly dog. Being ranked as one of the most intelligent dogs, the golden doodle won’t be giving any problems to new pet owners or novices.
They are very calm and loves to be around its owner, for the most part, does very well when shown affection by others.
This dog is not a fighter and occasionally barks, so it wouldn’t make a very good watchdog. However, golden doodles are crossbreeds and so comes the varying traits of its parents.
The golden doodle is quite the adventurous dog so it loves to move around and roam freely. That being said, this dog would do well where it isn’t confined like an apartment.
A nice yard would suit the Goldendoodle where it can satisfy its exploratory tendencies. Due to its wandering nature, a fence would be ideal to give some boundaries.
For Goldendoodle’s, about 30 minutes should be enough exercise because with or without you they will be quite active.
The ‘together time’ while going for a walk or a run is what really keeps this doodle mentally and physically sound.
One of the main reasons for crossbreeding the golden retriever and the poodle was to get a breed with reduced shedding. However, the Goldendoodle should be brushed once a week and should be bathed only when it is physically obvious it needs one.
This also includes when it starts smelling unpleasant. The nails are naturally trim when Goldendoodles exercise and move about. Their faces and ears should be wiped so as to avoid infection.
Our Goldendoodle puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Goldendoodle puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.
Contact us today to learn more about the availability of our Goldendoodle puppies for sale. We look forward to helping you find your next family member. Our pet counselors can answer any questions you have about our Goldendoodle puppies.
Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions about the Goldendoodle
These pets make for excellent family pets and get along with children. Very sociable animals and thrives on interaction with its owner.
Both male and female genders have their pros and cons so it is really up to the owner.
No. Goldendoodles are not good watchdogs. They rarely bark and only do so when necessary so if you’re looking to fill the security department with this companion dog other options are advised to explore.
Taking into account the health and size, on average the Goldendoodle has a life expectancy of about 10-15 years.
The Goldendoodle is a real homely and does not require much exercise, unlike many dogs. About 30mins a day would keep the Goldendoodle physically and mentally sound.
The Goldendoodle cost can vary. Contact us today for availability and costs
Goldendoodles generally are high maintenance dogs, especially in the grooming department. They require brushing almost every other day to separate loose hairs and distribute the coat evenly across the body.
As is with most furry dogs, it is imperative to look after the coat to maintain the beauty of the doodle. Nails can be clipped every other month to avoid them getting too long.
The Goldendoodle has a high affinity to its owner and so is usually very submissive and loving. That being said, training a Goldendoodle will require patience and reinforcement amongst necessary responsibilities such as health care, simple bonding activities such as playing catch, a good diet, and adequate exercise.
Goldendoodles are hardly aggressive towards people or other animals for that matter. There may be a little apprehension towards a few characters it does not perceive as friendly, however, this does not last after periods of getting used to such individuals. Goldendoodles also get along with other pets.
Considering health and age, generally, the Goldendoodle is not likely to have major health-threatening issues until the later years of its life. Some of the common complications could include hip dysplasia, ear infection, and torsion.
A most vibrant dog, not many can compare in terms of friendliness and intelligence when it comes to the Goldendoodle.