has proven to be a highly intelligent, easy to train dog with "gentle" being the most commonly used single word to describe
them. They have a beautiful long coat that is soft in texture and when two unrelated breeds of dogs
are mated, the first generation offspring puppies are referred to as hybrids. Hybrid puppies have stronger health and are
superior to either purebreed of the parent dogs. This is referred to as "hybrid vigor."
Crossbreeding two different breeds
is advisable only if desirable traits and strong characteristics will be produced in the resulting offspring. Golden Retrievers
and Poodles are likely to complement each other. By cross breeding them, the offspring reveal vigorous, stable
and mentally strong puppies and the Poodle pure breeds, and these characteristics can include:
Loyal Intelligent Gentle Affectionate
Great Desire to Please Sunny Disposition
Easy to Train Probable Low to No Shedding
Allergy Reduction or Elimination
Goldendoodle puppies usually
have a poodle-like coat but not the wiry, stiff curls. Most Goldendoodles shed very little or not at all, and as a result,
may not cause allergies. There is no guarantee possessing the best qualities of both breeds. Coats can be straight, wavy,
or have a loose curl. The shedding factor cannot be determined by this. There is no guarantee as to the amount
of or lack of shedding a particular coat type renders. Through surveys, it has been determined that even the low shedding
dogs have proven to be hypo-allergenic for most allergy sufferers.
Goldendoodles combine the wonderful traits of both the Golden Retriever guarantee
that a Goldendoodle puppy will be completely "shed-less" or will not produce allergies, but it is likely.
However, we have had great success with the desired qualities of the