~Cuddly companions, your loyal sidekick~
* Love Children
* Enjoy Being Part of the Family
* Great with Other Pets
* Gentle loving personality
* Very Intelligent, easy to train
* Loyal
* Enjoy Travel
* Low Shedding
* Hypoallergenic
* Great Companions
* Excel at Therapy work



The Goldendoodle is an affectionate and gentle dog that has gained popularity since he was first developed in 1990s. Goldendoodles are highly social and get along well with everyone. Goldendoodles should not live outside or in a kennel, since they thrive when they are in contact with the people they love. They're also versatile working dogs. Goldendoodles have achieved success as guide dogs, service dogs, therapy dogs, and sniffer dogs. Goldendoodles have also done well in agility. Goldendoodles can be very easy to train and are a good match for first-time or timid owners. They're not known to have any aggressive traits, but they do need proper socialization to avoid any shyness or fearfulness. Goldendoodles also need daily contact with their owners; they'll suffer from separation anxiety if they're left for too long. The best way to avoid any destructive behavior is to crate them and to provide toys and treats to keep them busy throughout the day. Keeping the radio on when you're out is another great way to keep them happy. Goldendoodles are considered to be non- to light shedders and may be a good match for people with allergies. They do require weekly or biweekly brushing, and many owners opt to have them clipped. Although Goldendoodles are a young designer breed, that hasn't stopped people from understanding their worth. They have become popular quickly, and their star is still rising. They make excellent family dogs and provide gentle, intelligent companionship throughout their lifetimes. Like every dog, the Goldendoodle needs early socialization — exposure to many different people, sights, sounds, and experiences — when they're young. Socialization helps ensure that your Goldendoodle puppy grows up to be a well-rounded dog.

Is the Goldendoodle the Right Breed for you?

Moderate Maintenance: Grooming should be performed regularly to keep its fur in good shape.
Regular clipping will be required for F1, F1b and Multi-Gen Varieties.

Moderate Shedding: Expect this dog to shed if F1 variety. Brushing will reduce shedding as well as make the coat
softer and cleaner. F1b and F1b.b varieties should shed minimally if at all, it will depend on the coat.
Great Therapy Ability: Goldendoodles are very smart and will learn anything you take the time to teach them.
Fairly Active: It will need regular exercise to maintain its fitness. Trips to the dog park are a great idea.
Good with Kids: This is a suitable breed for kids and is known to be playful, energetic, and affectionate around them.


Goldendoodles come in many colors. Most often you will see them in Cream, Red, Apricot, Caramel, Chocolate and Black.
They can be found in Parti colors as well which is equal amounts of Black/White, Chocolate/White or Apricot/White.
Mismark coloring is also found in some Goldendoodles, this is a solid color body of any color along with a white blaze up
the face, white chest and four white paws. Merle is a relatively new and exciting color you will see in goldendoodles, this color is a mottled blend of dark and light patches.


Because both the Golden Retriever and Standard sized Poodles tend to be larger breeds, Goldendoodles tend to be as
well. However, F1b Goldendoodles come in many different size ranges depending on the size of the parents. You may also
find smaller sized F1s but mostly the F1bs will be when you can start downsizing breedings more efficiently.

F1b Petites - 10-25 pounds grown.

F1b Miniature/Medium : 25-40 pounds grown (sometimes mini/mediums will mature larger or smaller)

F1 or F1b Standard: 50 pounds and up.

Life Expectancy - 10-13 years, longer for smaller versions.