The Goldendoodle breed is a newcomer to the ever-growing list of dog breeds. The breed first appeared in the late 1990s when breeders attempted to breed a larger alternative to small fashionable dogs, like the Cockapoo.
Since then, the Goldendoodle has grown in popularity and become one of the most recognizable dog breeds in the world. The Goldendoodle is referred to as a designer dog, a crossbreed between two purebreds.
Crossbreed traits are never set, which means the physical features and temperament of breeds like the Goldendoodle can vary drastically from dog to dog.
Goldendoodles possess the best features of the Golden Retriever and Poodle dog breeds such as high levels of affection, intelligence, and energy, as well as a soft, luxurious hypoallergenic coat.
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Golden Retrievers always rank high among the most popular breeds in the United States. These loyal, sociable dogs are excellent with children and families, and excel at obedience training and therapy work. Developed in the 1860s to be swimmers & retrievers, these pups love doing both of those things! Goldens are fairly large in size and have a medium-high energy level. They are known as loveable, confident and eager to please companions and do well in many environments, from apartments to larger living spaces.
These proud, fluffy pups were originally hunting dogs in northern Europe. Poodles are extremely intelligent and easily trained dogs, and are fun to be around. They are often used in service and therapy work because of their devoted and pleasant personalities. Poodles are the only breed that come in three sizes (Standard, Miniature and Toy), and they do very well with children and other pets. They are fairly active; they enjoy swimming, running, and retrieving. Although nobody can make guarantees about allergies, Poodles are frequently known as hypoallergenic because they have human-like hair instead of fur.
One of the more popular breeds in the country, Labradoodles are a mix of the Labrador Retriever and the Poodle. They were created in Australia in the late 1980s to combine the outgoing, happy personality of a Lab and the non-shedding coat of a Poodle. Given they are a mixed breed, their coats can vary greatly, but they are often considered to be a good choice for those with allergies because they tend to shed less than other breeds. Labradoodles are active, intelligent dogs that love to exercise. They are easy to train and are excellent with children.
Double Doodle is a designer or hybrid dog of the Labrador, the Golden Retriever, and the Standard Poodle, from the early 1980s. Double Doodle is a very intelligent dog, which helps him pick up new commands quickly. However, this doesn’t mean that the training time would always be easy with this breed. They require a strong leader, and all the orders should be taught to them during their early puppyhood. This breed is a keen-to-please dog that responds well to training and socialization. If you teach him that you are the Alpha in the relationship at his early age, then everything else should come easier. Double Doodle is a highly family-oriented, social dog that behaves greatly with small children and other dogs. He is a great choice for those who are looking for a low-shedding dog, or also for first-time owners, who want a dog that is easily trainable. Double Doodle’s size is about 23 to 25 inches, and its weight is 30 to 50 pounds.
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