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Size: Medium Weight: about 35 to 40 pounds Fur length: Long Ears: Flappy Fur type: Curly Fur Color: Dark Brown / Chocolate, Light Brown / Golden, White / Cream
Life Expectancy: about 15 years Rarity: Uncommon Availability: Hard to find Climate: Not good for cold climate.
Miniature Goldendoodle is a smaller version of a Golden Retriever by mixing its genes with a Miniature Poodle. It is a hybrid embracing all the qualities of both breeds. The term miniature may always give as an idea of a really small-size dog but that’s not true all the time to this breed. It is because technically the mixture will give us a size that is halfway between a Poodle and a Golden Retriever.
Usually the color of a miniature Goldendoodle stays true to its name and that is rich golden but if not, it will be in a cream color. However, chances to have solid colors of black, silver, gray, blue, apricot, and red may happen because of the cross breed which is the miniature Poodle.
The most noticeable description of its coat is its being dense. Such coat characteristic is one of the reasons why the dog is able to withstand playing in a snowy weather. More often than not, the coat is a water-resistant with a wavy outer coat.
Lovable is a single word that makes this dog a favorite family pet. The lovable characteristic of the dog attributed by its good behavior and amazing intelligence. It is a friend not only to humans but also to other dogs. It is also known to be an achiever because of its natural desire to be likeable to man. Such goodness is also equated by an incredible level of energy making the possible actions realizable.
Diet of this breed must be of good value and amount because there are some health problems that the parent breeds are at risk of. Another aspect of the dog that needs attention is its coat. It should be brushed and shampooed regularly.
If you wish to train a pet, this breed is one of the best choices because it has an astonishing intelligence and an ideal behavior that makes the training process an easy task to do.
Typically, this breed always does well in an indoor area with of course sufficient activity. Activities may include toy chasing and retrieval. Although this is desirable but still it does not erase the fact that they still need to be taken out for long, daily, brisk walk to satisfy its nature. Just be reminded to place the dog behind you to assume the leader status.