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Goldendoodle

The term Goldendoodle (Golden Doodle) describes a hybrid dog, crossbred between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. This hybrid is often said to have begun in Australia, along with the Labradoodle; U.S. fanciers challenge this assertion. Poodle hybrids have become increasingly popular and it is likely that the combination of Golden Retriever and Poodle has been duplicated by breeders in various countries.
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Jeep, Goldendoodle of 4 months, beginning to pick up on his retrieving genes

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The Goldendoodle, like the Labradoodle and many other Poodle cross breeds, was bred to produce a very low shedding assistance dog for challenged individuals who need such a dog, but who suffer from allergies to shedding hair or have other problems with excessive shedding. While the Goldendoodle is typically a low-shedding hybrid, it does shed to some degree. The Goldendoodle hybrid works well for many allergy sufferers; however, one can be allergic to an animal's saliva, or its dander. While some breeders claim that the Goldendoodle is a hypoallergenic canine, allergists believe that there is no such thing as a hypoallergenic animal. There have been no studies to date verifying whether any canine is completely hypoallergenic.

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Appearance

There are currently no size classifications for the Goldendoodle. It is difficult for a hybrid litter to "breed true"; that is, it is difficult to know exactly what size a Goldendoodle or Labradoodle will grow to as an adult, regardless of parental size. However, Goldendoodle sizes can vary if they are standard or mini. A standard Goldendoodle is the result of crossbreeding with a standard-sized Poodle. A standard Goldendoodle can get fairly large. A mini Goldendoodle is the result of crossbreeding with a miniature Poodle, although some mini Goldendoodles grow beyond their intended size. The mini Goldendoodles can grow to be about one foot tall or larger. The Goldendoodle can come in many different colors, depending on the poodle genes passed onto the pup. However, Goldendoodles can be tan, chocolate, red, black, silver, or a mix. A mix of colours can come from the same litter.

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Temperament

The Goldendoodle is a loving, loyal dog and has a keen sense of smell. They can be taught to enjoy swimming, as both the retriever and Poodle elements of their heritage normally enjoy water. Goldendoodles are intelligent, friendly, and great with kids, just like their Golden Retriever and Standard Poodle parents. They are easily trained, highly social, and by nature are easy with strangers and other dogs. They love to play, and retain the strong retrieving instincts of the Golden Retriever.

Breed Status

The Goldendoodle is not a purebred; rather, it is a specific type of mixed-breed dog or "crossbreed". As such, it is not accepted for registration by mainstream registries of purebred dogs such as the American Kennel Club or United Kennel Club. A true club will only register dogs with a provable pedigree.

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Jager the Goldendoodle Dog 1
This is Jager, we got her Oct.4 and just love her, she loves to play with the other dogs.
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Some breeders allege that the Goldendoodle standard is a first generation (F1) pairing between purebred Poodle and Golden Retriever parents. Other maintain a looser definition and include under the classification what is known as an F1-backcross Goldendoodle, or F1-B. This dog results from a union of Goldendoodle plus Poodle or Goldendoodle plus Golden Retriever parents. Those marketing F1-B puppies resulting from an F1 paired with a Poodle typically maintain that such animals achieve the same hypoallergenic qualities as the purebred Poodle.

There are currently several breeders attempting to stabilize the Goldendoodle as an actual breed. This requires formation of a sufficiently large breeding stock as identified by previous breeding history, number of animals, geographic dispersion, etc. and accepted by the registration entity. After breed formation, only offspring from parings of animals within this locked set are considered to represent the breed. The risk of future genetic problems from such selective breeding is best answered by early establishment of a varied, original, gene pool. Even with these precautions by the registry, the subsequent, aggressive, breeding practices that are often pursued amongst the most popular breeds can produce problems that might only reveal themselves as the dogs mature. On the other hand, all modern breeds have been developed in exactly this way--by limiting the parental pool in order to isolate targeted characteristics of structure, colour, and aptitude. To date, no major all-breed registry recognizes the Goldendoodle as an official breed.

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Marble the Goldendoodle Dog
My Goldendoodle is F1 male born June 2007 Mother golden father standard white poodle, one in a litter of ten bread by private breeder who wanted to mate her dog for the first time. Parents have excellent pedigree and puppies were raised in good clean condition all got good homes and all thriving. Am delighted with my dog marble, and have regular contact by e-mail with the lady that bred him. He is Quick to learn very sociable and shares his home with three other dogs. He comes from the Durham area and now lives in Redcar close to the beach.

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Mollie the Goldendoodle

This is Mollie. She is one year old and is a wonderful, loving addition to our family. She loves to play and interact with dogs and people. Terry and Danna
Hi got my first labradoodle wanted 1 forever but had 2 save, he is called Oscar and sooooo gorgeous, gets on well with my jack russel, not sure how big he'll grow his dad was a miniature poodle, he is 5 months now and just a bit bigger than my other dog, so far people stop me in st and say what kind of dog is it, some people never hear of this breed,. Loopylinda.
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Eddie the Goldendoodle Dog 1

This is my Golden doodle Eddie. Photographs taken at 12 weeks and six months. He was born June 2007 in a litter of 10 puppies. We have owned many dogs in the past of various breeds but none can match up to the delightful loyal and friendly character we have in Eddie. Regards Megan.
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