Intellegent, Affectionist, Gentle
There is arguably nothing cuter than a goldendoodle puppy. Not only are they as friendly and cuddly as a teddy bear, but they are known for their teddy bear appearance. The goldendoodle coat comes in a variety of fluffy colors and textures. While the golden teddy bear coat color might be the most popular, the goldendoodle comes in colors like black, white, brown, cream or red. Their coat types can also range from straight, wavy, and curly depending on the genes they inherit from their Poodle parent. Goldendoodles are non to light shedders and may be a good match for people with allergies.
Goldendoodle can be bred from any one of the standard, moyen (medium), miniature or toy sized Poodles, therefore, the resultant offspring can grow into dogs of all sorts of sizes, even in the same litter.
Goldendoodles are gentle and affectionate with an easy-going temperament and accepting nature, endearing themselves to everyone they meet. So, if you are looking for a watchdog, a goldendoodle isn’t for you. Goldendoodles’ loving and social personalities, coupled with their gentleness with children and other animals, makes them great family pets. Keep in mind, however, because a goldendoodle is a mix of two different dogs, sometimes you will get more of a Poodle’s personality, and sometimes you will get more of a Golden Retriever’s personality. Their temperament is not entirely predictable, but no matter which breed they’re more like, their families are their entire world.
They are extremely intelligent, and according to the Goldendoodle Association of North America, they score #4 in the top 150 smartest breeds. Because they are so intelligent, goldendoodles are easy to train and are often recommended for first-time or timid pet owners.
Goldendoodles have become popular quickly, and their star is still rising!