Breed: Goldendoodle Gender: Male Registry: Non Registrable Personality: dashing Date Available: Jan 19 2019 Meet Dexter, a bright Goldendoodle who made a first debut into the world on 2018-11-25. Straight from New Haven, IN, this little ...
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Greeting you with a friendly wag and darling grin is the sociable and well-loved Goldendoodle. Sporting coats in a variety of colors, a Goldendoodle will be any one of three sizes depending on the size of their Poodle parent. Goldendoodles are a beautiful hybrid breed combining traits of a loving and loyal Golden Retriever parent with that of a clever and silly Poodle. Typically Goldendoodles are exceptional family pets as they’ll be an exciting playmate for older children but are quick to appear calm and gentle around any smaller family members.
Goldendoodle puppies for sale love a good friend and are quick to make people feel comfortable. They are a dream therapy dog and are common visitors inside hospices, retirement homes and children’s hospitals. Borrowing from the smarts of their Poodle parent, Goldendoodles are quick to learn and love to please. They are an ideal match for the first time doggy owner and require only moderate exercise.
True to their Golden Retriever parent, Goldendoodles adore time spent in the water and love a good game of fetch. A love for retrieving simply runs deep in their blood. Goldendoodles have proven themselves genuine athletes in activities including obedience, flyball, agility and rally.
You won’t find much trace of your Goldendoodle around the home when it comes to shedding. The majority of Goldendoodles typically carry a moderately wavy coat and shed very little. There is the exception, however, of Goldendoodles who sport straighter coats. These gems are prone to increased shedding when compared with their wavy coated counterparts.
Why you shouldn’t consider a Goldendoodle puppy: They’re a hybrid breed which means you won’t know for certain what’s inside that wavy coat.
Why you should consider a Goldendoodle puppy: They get along well with young and old, they’re sociable to the core and they shed only little.
So go ahead, grab one of these social companions for yourself and say hello to years of exciting doggy moments.
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