Country of Origin: United States, Australia
Coat: The Goldendoodle's coat color can range from cream to black, similar to that of a Poodle. Goldendoodles have a single coat texture that can either be wiry similar to a Golden Retriever, curly similar to a Poodle, or a wavy mix of both.
Character: The Goldendoodle is very self-confident, sensitive, intelligent, and adaptable. Barking is infrequent.
Temperament: This Goldendoodle gets along well with children, other dogs, and any household pets. Goldendoodles can be belligerent with unknown visitors.
Care: Regular grooming with a brush and comb is required for a Goldendoodle. Make sure the Goldendoodle's ears are kept clean. Unlike a Golden Retriever, the Goldendoodle may require regular trips for haircuts.
Training: Obedience classes are recommended for Goldendoodles. Goldendoodles are very sensitive to harsh treatment, so excessive strictness is not recommended. Goldendoodles remember what they learn for the rest of their lives.
Activity: Goldendoodles have above-average needs for exercise, although they will adapt themselves to the exercise habits of your family.
Goldendoodles Description : The Goldendoodle was bred to provide an alternative for those seeking the personality and ease of training of a Golden Retriever but with the minimal shedding and dander runoff qualities of Poodles. The curlier the Goldendoodle's coat, the lighter the level of shedding. Goldendoodles are active, powerful yet gentle dogs. Goldendoodles enjoy children and make excellent family pets. Goldendoodles love to swim and should be allowed to do so whenever possible. Goldendoodles prefer human companionship and are not happy alone.