May 22, 2018
They have several other names, such as Groodles, Goldie Poos, and Golden Poos. Goldendoodles were specifically bred to be low-shedders and hypoallergenic. The coat of the Mini Goldendoodle puppy will vary depending on the dominant parentage. It can be straight, wavy, or curly. There are also different coat colors that may be blonde, white, tan, chocolate, café, silver, black, red, phantom or even a mix. A Mini Goldendoodle puppy will need frequent grooming visits, because their coats may become easily tangled. Bathe as necessary whenever his coat becomes dirty.
The temperament of the Mini Goldendoodle tends to be highly intelligent and easily trainable. It’s really no wonder because both the Poodle and Golden Retriever are known for their incredible intelligence. Again, both breeds are affectionate and make excellent family dogs, so it’s no surprise that the Mini Goldendoodle puppy would have these same endearing traits. These pups love human interaction and do not like being left alone for long periods of time. They aren’t excessive barkers, but they will alert you when someone is at the door or approaching!
The Mini Goldendoodle puppy may be prone to some of the same health problems as Poodles and Golden Retrievers. Some of these health problems may include cataracts and hip dysplasia. Goldendoodles are also known to suffer from some food and skin allergies and also are prone to bloat. They have a lifespan of 9 to 15 years. The Mini Goldendoodle puppy will vary from 15 to 35 pounds. It sounds large considering the word “mini” but keep in mind their Retriever ancestry. Their heights are 13 to 20 inches.