A Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Miniature or Standard Poodle.
Goldendoodles are extremely happy-go-lucky dogs that are fairly easy to train, and well known for their calm and loving nature.
They are highly intelligent, friendly and affectionate. This breed generally gets on very well with children.
Poodle Health Testing
Goldendoodle Health Testing
As with any breed of dog you have a monthly maintenance cost. We have set the average amount you can expect to spend on your pet. Please remember this can vary depending on location and area you live in.
If you are getting a Goldendoodle, please remember that all non-shedding dogs require regular professional grooming as well as regular grooming at home, if you want that nice teddy bear hair cut.
All puppies require training, and we strongly recommend you attend regular Puppy training classes. Early environmental training will set your puppy off to the best start.
Ask your breeder what environmental training they have done prior to the puppies leaving them?
Most Goldendoodles have a moderate energy level, so they will require lots of walks and boredom buster games that will simulate their minds.
What to look for in a Breeder
We believe that transparency and information is the key to finding your perfect puppy. Here at The Doodle Club we offer a Paw Point scheme to improve standards and for you to make an informed choice.
Breeders are awarded two stars for meeting our health testing requirements for their breed. Breeders can achieve more stars, please see our Paw Point scheme for more information.
What Size is a Goldendoodle
The Goldendoodle can come in a variety of sizes. They can bred with a Toy, Miniature or a Standard poodle.
The Goldendoodle can have a variety of different coat types, as do many crossbreeds. It is possible to buy a Goldendoodle that could be a first generation cross (F1) or multigenerational.
See our Breed Generation Guide.