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|Current Weight||8lb 11oz|
|Est Adult Weight||30-50 lbs|
|Vaccinations||Up-To-Date On All Shots|
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.
Affectionate, Intelligent, Loving, Social
|Adult Weight||F1B 20-35 lbs / F1 25-45 lbs|
|Adult Height||13-22 in|
|Life Expectancy||10-14 yrs|
Very cute puppy. Very good experience with premier pups. They really care about the pups. Our puppy is lovely. Everyone in the family is in love with him.
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!!!
We adopted Tito last April. It was scary purchasing a pup, without meeting him first. Premier was so kind, answering all our questions. We took him to our vet the next day and they found him very healthy. Tito has made us laugh each day and this week, we celebrated his first birthday! I would adopt again from Premier and have recommended them to our friends.
Oakley is almost six months old now! He has grown like a weed and is healthy and active. He's still exhausting our older puppy Cooper. He just got his first hair cut a few weeks ago. He's a joy to have and I'm so glad we went through premier pups back in may. ????
Couldn't have had a better experience with Premier Pups. From our initial phone call after finding The web site to 3rd follow-up phone call during his first week with us, we have been very pleased with our experience in finding, acquiring and caring for our pup during his first week with us. Very professional and very caring.
Picked op Howie a week ago. Transition has gone great. Pup is healthy (per outside vet) happyand adjusting well. The experience has been great!
Cooper is now 8 months old, and purchasing him from Premier Pup is probably the best decision my wife and I have made! From the time we first called when we were interested, with lots of questions, all of the staff was friendly and helpful. We picked him up from the Premier pup facility, and it is every bit as nice in person as it is in the pictures. While you can't see all the dogs, they didn't mind showing us the behind the scenes areas at all, and the place was spotless, certainly not a puppy mill or anything of the sort (I was honestly a little worried). As soon as they brought Cooper out to us, we were in love! They called a couple of times the first few days to make sure everything was okay and answers any questions we had. Since then, Cooper has been perfect! While he has grown a bit bigger than their predictions (supposed to be 15-25, is actually somewhere around 30), we think he's the perfect size. He was very quick to potty train and hasn't had an accident in months. He also wasn't difficult to train, probably the best in his puppy class. He's adorable, loving, playful, and perfectly healthy. Everyone who sees him loves him! Couldn't have picked a better puppy. Thanks!!
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.
Purchased two Mini Golden's in the last year and we are in love. Excellent process and great quality pups!
I was so very stressed pickingup out a puppy I had never met... I looked for 6 months. Today I can not get over our pups personality... I would love to meet who raised her!!! So loving and sweet and friendly. I can't believe how much we love her!! We also have a 5 year old golden retriever, and they now are best of friends... I am so impressed with the family who raised our little girl!! Thank you so much for giving us this gift!!
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