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Frequently Asked Questions
At full growth the average height of a Female Minature Goldendoodle is between 17-19 inches with an average weight of 20-35 lbs. For Male Miniature Goldendoodles their average height is between 16-17 inches with an average weight of 18-30 lbs.
They can have a straight, wavy or even a curly coat. You can best tell what type of coat your puppy will have when they reach about 6 weeks of age.
These pups can come in solid colors or with patterns. The most common colors include: cream, fawn, brown, isabella, grey, red and black.
F1 is a breeding of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. The standard doodle would be with a standard size poodle and the mini would be with a mini size poodle. F1B is a breeding of an F1 Goldendoodle with a Poodle. This means 75% poodle and 25% golden retriever. F2 results from breeding F1 golden parents. This results in a 50% golden retriever-50% poodle ratio.
Yes! Their friendly nature, strong intuition and unmatched intelligence, allows them to excel in areas of service and therapy.
Currently, a miniature goldendoodle is considered a “Hybrid Designer Breed” and the AKC does not recognize them as a pure breed at this time.
Miniature Goldendoodles are a cross breed and therefore their coats can vary. Some do not shed at all and some have light shedding that occurs. Generally speaking, they are a great choice for allergy sufferers.
Because this Miniature Goldendoodle is considered a hybrid the only genetic diseases they can be prone to would be those shared by both the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle, both of which have no major concerns. As with any dog as they begin to age you can expect common concerns. For this hybrid they may be prone to CHD, PRA, VonWillebrand's, Elbow and patella disorders.
The average life expectancy is 10 to 15 years.
Yes! Aside from their loving and sweet temperament, Miniature Goldendoodles make great pets for families with kids or just friends visiting with children. These dogs are very energetic and love to run and play with kids.
It depends on the look you’re going for. Ideally Miniature Goldendoodles with a longer hair length need professional grooming every 6-8 weeks. If you like to keep your Mini with a shorter clip, they will need professional grooming every 8-10 weeks.
If you’re looking for a more active Miniature Goldendoodle then you may want to think about a female. Though, the males are still active they have a tendency to be more laid back.
Miniature Goldendoodles energy levels are average. In addition to a daily walk they will need about a half to an hour of play each day to stay fit and trim.
Yes, very much so. Miniature Goldendoodles are highly sociable dogs who form long-lasting bonds with their humans.
Goldendoodles are loyal, gentle and affectionate. They have the obedience of the golden retriever and the intelligence of the Poodle. They are sociable animals who love to be around the company of people.
We adopted Simba from premier pups last August and he is the best pup we could have asked for as first time dog owners. He is so full of playful and sweet. He was potty trained in under a month and we are currently in the process of house training him. He picked up on training words (sit, down, wait, paw) within a few days as well. I would highly recommend this breed and premier pups!
We highly recommend premier pups! They were wonderful and so helpful, as we are 1st time puppy owners. We love our Lucy pup and if we ever get another puppy we will definitely be buying from premier pups again! Thank you for everything.
I purchased Harley (formerly known as Brooke) on 8/22/2018. The adoption went very smoothly and to my surprise we received her at the airport one day later on 8/23. It’s now been a week and Premier Pups has kept in touch every other day to be sure that she was eating well and was she making herself at home. I couldn’t be more happy with my Premier Pups experience from beginning to end!
We've had the best experience getting our puppy thru Premier pups . They were very helpful prior to us getting him and made several follow up calls to check on him. He was in perfect health. His trainer in puppy class said today that wherever you got him, you did real good and we agree!!!
Holly has just arrived in our home about a week ago. She is so cute, goofy and well behaved, though we still got done ways to go with potty training. She is energetic, and very family friendly. (She puts up with being carried around wrong every day by the little kids!) The premierpups staff was very supporting and we would highly suggest them to anyone looking for a new pup.
Lucy is our Mini Goldendoodle, she was 5lbs at 8 weeks and is now 17lbs. She is 7 months old and has a personality of her own! She is very smart and stubborn, when we talk to her she likes to talk back. She has been very easy to train and learns new skills very quickly. She is fully house trained, it took about 4 months for her to get it down. She has little burst of energy throughout the day, however the majority of the day she is sleeping or calmly entertaining herself. Lucy is very friendly with people of all ages, other dogs, and cats. Sometimes we will catch her talking to the deer in the back yard, she is truly fearless. We 100% recommend getting a Mini Goldendoodle, and premier pups made the process very easy.
I knew I wanted a Mini Goldendoodle and I wanted one now. Premier Pups was perfect because I didn’t have to be put on a long waitlist!! We contacted them on a Sunday and picked up Winnifred on a Friday!! I’ve never owned my own dog, and Premier Pups was very informative and helped me know how to care for her the first days. They called and checked in after we got home too. Winnifred is my whole world and I’m so thankful I found her.
This is Myla. We got her at the end of July and she was the perfect dog for us. Premier pups did a wonderful job with her. They got her all up on shots, took care of her and made sure she was healthy to come home. Myla is the best dog we have ever owned thanks to premier pups. They were kind enough to send us pictures of her, facetime us, and they met us halfway to give her to us. I could tell they truly care for each of the pups they breed and give them unconditional love. I HIGHLY recommend premier pups for your choice of a breeder. Thank you premier pups for giving us the best dog ever!
Already in love with Ellie ?? and she’s only been a part of our family for 16 days! Ellie learns very quickly and can sit; lie down, shake and come when called. Plus she’s an avid Ohio State fan! Premier Pups has been very supportive and cares about their puppies.
Murph is the light of my life. Premier Pups was so thorough in regards to his flight information and made sure I was kept up to date with his travel information. Murph has the most amazing temperament and is so very smart. He arrived completely healthy and has remained healthy since. He is 10 months now and the doctors say he is right on schedule in terms of growth, just 27lbs. Premier Pups answered all of my questions and I felt prepared to get my puppy. THANK YOU SO MUCH, I really do not know what I'd do without him.
Affectionate, Intelligent, Loving, Social
|Adult Weight||F1B 20-35 lbs / F1 25-45 lbs|
|Adult Height||13-22 in|
|Life Expectancy||10-14 yrs|
|Rating||5.0 (51 reviews)|
First bred in 1969 between a Golden Retriever and a Miniature Poodle, the Mini Goldendoodle was originally bred as a hypoallergenic guide dog. Gaining popularity in the early 1990’s these beautiful dogs became would spread out over three generations.
- A first generation is known as a F1, this is a purebred Golden Retriever crossed with a Miniature Poodle.
- The second generation is known as a F1B Mini Goldendoodle, this is a F1 cross bred with a Miniature Poodle.
- The third generation is known as a F2, this is where a puppy has two Goldendoodle parents.
Most widely known for their affectionate, friendly, gentle and intelligent traits, they are often used in a variety of mental and physical activities including agility, hunting, narcotics detection, obedience, retrieving, and search and rescue.
Appearance and Grooming
The colors of a Miniature Goldendoodle coat can vary from black, copper, white, cream to gray, golden, apricot and red apricot, golden, red, white, and yellow. It’s coat also varies a lot in look and texture. Some dogs have fur that is shaggy like a Golden Retriever, others have curls like a Poodle, and some dogs are perfect hybrids. It doesn’t shed too much, but needs regular brushing and occasional bathing.
Mini Goldendoodles are a joyful companion that are loyal, brave and obedient and, most of all, it enjoys human company. Its temperament depends on heredity, training and socialization. Its general characteristics are the curiosity, playfulness, gentleness and patience. It will bark and alert its owner when visitors or intruders appear. It has a protective behavior and acts fearless towards aggressors in order to protect its family. It is suitable for family with kids due to its playful, energetic and affectionate temperament.
Family and Companionship
They are very good with children and agile, feature that makes it a smart watchdog. Its agility was inherited from Golden Retriever. It is sociable and gets along well with other pets and humans, but needs early socialization to prevent aggressive behavior. It is recommended to expose it to different environments, places, persons and experiences to become a well-rounded puppy. It is easy to train as it is eager to learn and to please its master. The trainer should use reinforcement methods such praise and rewards to motivate it. It will listen to commands and obey its owner and it will learn fast the instructions. It shouldn’t be left alone for long periods of time, as it can suffer from separation anxiety.
Being a smaller dog, they do not require nearly as much exercise. This is not to say that these dogs don’t have their fair share of energetic personalities and will often grow bored if not regularly exercises. A recommended 20 to 30 minute walk, twice a daily, and some added play time will be sure to burn some energy! In addition to games of fetch and chase these lovable pups also love to swim!
Training and Socialization
The influence of the parent breeds result in a dog that loves to learn and is eager to please their owner. They are known for forming a strong bond with their owner during the training phase, which may lead to separation anxiety, so in addition to taking them for walks to encourage socialization make sure to leave your puppy at home alone for little bits of time in the beginning to eliminate their fear. Consistent, fun and short training sessions will make this breed easy to train.