Goldendoodles are one of the most popular breeds of hybrid dogs. Breeding a Golden Retriever to a Standard Poodle gives you the best of both worlds. They are usually big, curly, goofballs that steal your heart. Rarely do you meet a Goldendoodle that you don’t leave wishing you had one. They just tend to have a natural charisma. While a Goldendoodle may shed, usually it is in “tumbleweeds” and not the annoying tiny hairs that cling to clothing. Many Goldendoodle owners profess they see no shedding at all with their dog. The coats vary, but the curly is best for low allergies and shedding. The wavy is low maintenace, but may shed some.

Goldendoodles come in a variety of sizes based on the size of each parent dog. Typically they stand 17-20 inches at the shoulder and weigh 40-50 pounds. Mini Goldendoodles are becoming more popular and they have the traits of the standard, but they may be as small as 10-15 pounds and 8-10” tall. These are great dogs for older people who do not want a bouncing 50 pound lover!

My Texana Doodles has recently acquired a beautiful Goldendoodle mini and we have a planned breeding with a handsome outside stud, in November, 2021. She will produce beautiful red or parti Goldendoodles. At a later breeding, she may be one of the Dams that starts the Golden Mountain Doodle line for our program. We have big plans for this little girl. She lives in guardianship with a family and is being well trained and loved. We can’t wait to watch her grow! She is a very small mini Goldendoodle projected to weigh less than 20 pounds full grown.

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