The Goldendoodle - And What Makes
Them So Popular
The Goldendoodle is the result of the purposeful breeding of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle and were first bred in the 1990’s.
Being a hybrid of two of the most intelligent dog breeds, Goldendoodles are very smart and highly social dogs. You could even say they can be “high maintenance” if not intellectually stimulated and properly trained.
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The beautiful Golden Doodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. First bred less than two decades ago, these now-popular dogs make great household companions.
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The Goldendoodle has an intuitive, sensitive nature - a genetic gift from their Golden Retriever parent. In addition to their superior intelligence, the Poodle parent often contributes a non-shedding, allergy friendly coat.
Goldendoodles are athletic dogs and require moderate exercise. This athleticism lead them to excel in various competitive canine sports, most notably agility.
It would not be a surprise to hear one day that Goldendoodles excel as gun or field dogs.
These dogs are soft-mouthed retrievers that love water sports! They're gaining in popularity, because of their intelligence, playfulness, and, depending on the Goldendoodle, allergy-friendly coat.
They have oodles of energy and boast an entertaining personality.
Goldendoodles are very adaptable and fit well into almost any family environment. While their high intelligence can lead to boredom and therefore mischief, well bred Goldendoodles have an easy going personality which makes them a wonderful dog for young families or someone without a great deal of experience raising a dog.
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