Mini Goldendoodle Puppies
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When choosing a Goldendoodle Puppies we have F1, F1b, and F1bb to choose from.
F1 Goldendoodle Puppies are the first-generation breed. Mom is a Golden Retriever and Dad is a poodle. They have a wavy or soft curly hair coat with minimal shedding after they have lost their puppy fur. They should be on a 6-month grooming schedule. They have the even-tempered personality that takes after the Golden Retriever. They vary in size from 45 - 85 pounds.
F1b Goldendoodle Puppy is a second generation with Mom being an F1 Goldendoodle and Dad a poodle. They have a soft curly haircoat with almost no shedding. They are semi-hypoallergenic and are a great choice for a person who suffers from pet allergies. They require more frequent grooming and should be on a 6-8 week grooming schedule. They have loyal and intelligent temperaments.
F1bb is a third-generation Goldendoodle with Mom being an F1b Goldendoodle and Dad a Poodle. Their hair coat is curly and much more poodle than Retriever. They are hypoallergenic and have no shedding. They should be on a 6-8 week grooming schedule. They have loving and super-intelligent personalities but tend to have more energy. This variation is also smaller in size, they make great apartment dogs.
Are Goldendoodle Puppies good pets?
What are Goldendoodles Personality and Temperament like?
They have loving and affectionate personalities like the Golden Retriever but also have the Superintelligence and hypoallergenic traits of the poodle. They are loyal, very eager to please, and make great companions for families or individuals. With their larger size, they make great dogs for active lifestyles with room to live. They get very attached to people that spend time with them and love to be close to them. As with all dogs, a dog’s temperament is a direct result of the type of training, socialization, and overall time spent with your puppy.
Are Goldendoodles good pets for families with kids?
Absolutely! Goldendoodles are very loving and have great temperaments. Doodles have lots of energy and will play for hours with children. They also love to cuddle with the family when they get tired. Doodles are also good with other pets in the household. Just beware of their larger size and the need for greater vigilance as a pet owner around smaller children and animals.
What is the Lifespan of Goldendoodles?
The average expected lifespan of a Goldendoodle is 9-15 years.
Goldendoodle Grooming and Care Best Practices
Most Goldendoodles will need to be groomed every 6 to 8 weeks. Some people like the look of longer hair and wait 8-9 weeks between groomings. You should also brush your puppy’s coat several times each week. This will help prevent tangles and matting which can cause irritation or infections on your puppy’s skin.
Most Goldendoodles have longer ears that need to be inspected regularly to make sure they are not dirty or have any signs of an infection.