Golden Retrievers are among the world’s most well-loved dog breeds. They’re sociable, spunky, and sweet, which makes them so easy to be with. Because of their popularity among breeders and dog lovers, it is not surprising that there are quite a ton of Golden Retriever mixes out there!
Imagine mixing a sassy Chihuahua with a cheery Golden, and you’ve got the best of both worlds in a Golden Chi. Then, we’ve got the adorable Golden Yorkshire, part Yorkie and part Golden. And of course, how can we forget the lovely mix of Poodle and Golden in a Golden Doodle?
So today, let’s discover more about these gorgeous Golden Retriever mixes and why they rock canine lovers’ worlds.
58. Great Golden Dane: Golden Retriever + Great Dane
Towering other pups at 33 inches at the shoulder and weighing a whopping 200 lbs or so, the Great Golden Dane is one big canine. It is not a surprise that they grow this big, as they take after the massive build of the Great Dane.
These Golden Retriever mixes have short coats, unlike a purebred Golden. They also have that distinct black muzzle and floppy large ears of a Dane combined with a Golden’s sweet, puppy dog eyes.
57. Goldmation: Golden Retriever + Dalmatian
Think of a spotted Golden Retriever, and that’s what a Goldmation is all about. These pooches have a white coat with black spots like a Dalmatian but a longer coat length like a Golden. Some may have a Golden’s coat color, depending on which parent gene is more dominant.
These pups are amazing watchdogs. They are very protective to their loved ones and will do anything to keep them happy and safe. Although they can live up to 13 years, some can be prone to hip dysplasia, which is typical among Goldens.
56. Goldenmaraner: Golden Retriever + Weimaraner
A mixture of the Golden Retriever and Weimaraner, the Goldenmaraner is a relatively big canine like its parents. They have a Weimaraner’s dark coat but with slightly longer hair as a Golden. Shedding can be an issue as both parents are notorious shedders.
Do take note that these pups are very active. They need a big space to run around and exercise. But walking them should be fine, too, if you live in an apartment setting.
55. Golden Heeler: Golden Retriever + Blue Heeler
Golden Heelers are a little on the stockier side, which they take after their Blue Heeler parent. They also have either a tan color or a mixture of tan and white, as there is no standard shade for this Golden Retriever mix.
Just like a Golden, their coats are a bit dense, yet medium-length. They tend to shed, which makes them unsuitable for folks with allergies.
54. Golden Doberman: Golden Retriever + Doberman
Standing at 28 inches tall, this hundred pounder Golden Retriever mix is one tough pooch. Golden Dobermans have the coat color of a Doberman but with just a bit of fluff like a Golden. They are also bulkier unlike a purebred Dobie’s leaner and more slender body.
Always alert, athletic, and intelligent, Golden Dobermans are outstanding guard dogs. They adore their families and will do anything to keep them safe.
53. Golden Chow: Golden Retriever + Chow Chow
This massive pup gets the abundant fluff of a Chow Chow but with a Golden’s large ears and long coat. They are medium to large-sized dogs that can weigh up to 75 lbs. As both parents are shedders, this mixed breed will definitely shed constantly, so get your vac ready!
Quite typical of a Chow, this fellow has the same bluish-black tongue. Their mouths are also dark-colored, yet always sporting that adorable smile.
52. Golden Sheltie: Golden Retriever + Shetland Sheepdog
Golden Shelties are small to medium-sized pups. They can go up to 55 lbs and stand as tall as 20 inches at the shoulder. Smaller ones are a little over a foot tall. As for their coat color, it may either look like a Sheltie’s with white, red, and black, or a Golden’s tan coat.
Their muzzles are long and eyes are small, with a curious expression. These mixes have the face of a Sheltie but just a little bigger than a purebred.
51. Mini Golden Retriever: Golden Retriever + Poodle + Cocker Spaniel
Also known as the Petite Retriever, the Mini Golden Retriever is a combination of three different breeds – the Golden Retriever, Cocker Spaniel and Poodle. With that, we can expect a charming small pup with thick, wavy medium-length hair in a wide range of colors such as tan, red, cream, and white.
These dogs are very social fellows. They love to be with people and animals alike. To them, everyone is a friend, so they are great companion dogs but not exactly the best watchdogs.
50. Spangold Retriever: Golden Retriever + English Springer Spaniel
Spangold Retrievers have diverse appearances. Some may have black and white coats, others may be a combination and white and tan while others tend to have golden hair. It all depends on the more dominant parent gene.
But overall, Spangolds are medium-build pups. They have an English Springer Spaniel’s long and silky ears and a Golden’s bulky body. These canines thrive on physical activity, so they are amazing outdoor adventure buddies for you.
49. Golden Akita: Golden Retriever + Akita
These medium-sized pups have the small and triangular ears of an Akita Inu, and the fluffy coat of a Golden Retriever. They are muscular pups tipping the scale at 70 lbs while others can go as heavy as 90 lbs.
Golden Akitas are agile and energetic pooches. They love to stay active and can be a bit stubborn, which makes them more ideal for experienced dog owners.
48. Golden Dox: Golden Retriever + Dachshund
A Golden Dox is pretty much like a Dachshund, with its long body hanging low to the ground and held up by its stubby legs. They have long, floppy ears just like both parents but a longer coat in tan, red, or with some white markings.
Moderate exercise should suffice for these happy-go-lucky fellows. They do need early training and socialization to encourage positive behavior and alleviate boredom. Also, these pups have a strong prey drive, so be sure to keep your smaller pets out of their sight.
47. Golden Greyhound: Golden Retriever + Greyhound
Lean and long, these are the hallmarks of a Golden Greyhound. They are leggy pups just like the Greyhound but with a bulkier build as a Golden. These are agile runners who will eagerly join you in your outdoor activities.
Golden Greyhounds have short- or medium-length coats with tall, erect ears. They pretty much look like a Greyhound all around but with a Golden’s coat color.
46. Golden Sheepdog: Golden Retriever + Old English Sheepdog
Golden Sheepdogs are quite diverse-looking as their appearance depends largely on which parent these pups take after. Some may have a Golden’s tan coat color while others may inherit an Old English Sheepdog’s black or brown coat. Either way, they will always have a long, shaggy coat that makes grooming a bit of a challenge.
These are large dogs that can weigh as much as 80 lbs. But they should be fine in a modest-sized home, as long as they are taken to walks regularly. As puppies, they can be quite rambunctious but mellow down as they get older.
45. Golden Newfie: Golden Retriever + Newfoundland
These giant dogs are quite heavy, often tipping the scale at 90 lbs or past the 100-pounder mark! Golden Newfies have the face of a Golden Retriever but with a Newfie’s thicker and denser coat in brown or black. Some may have golden coats, however.
Because of their enormous build, these fellows are not too crazy about exercise unlike their Golden prent. But they enjoy the company of their families and are always eager to snuggle up with you.
44. Golden Shepherd: Golden Retriever + German Shepherd
When it comes to size, Golden Shepherds are more similar to a German Shepherd – tall, muscular, and robust. They have a GSD’s tall ears and black muzzle and a Golden Retriever’s tan or golden coat color.
Shedding is a big concern among Golden Shepherds. As both parents are notorious for their shedding tendencies, expect heavy shedding periods twice a year.
43. Golden Pei: Golden Retriever + Shar Pei
Sporting those infamous wrinkles on the face and a dense coat, the Golden Pei is a fascinating mixed breed. They have a Shar Pei’s thick coat but longer and with a smoother texture as a Golden’s hair.
These are medium-sized dogs that weigh up to 66 lbs and stand about 20 inches tall. Their lifespan is relatively long and can reach a ripe old age of 15 years.
42. Golden Shiba: Golden Retriever + Shiba Inu
Stocky with erect ears like a Shiba but with a Golden Retriever’s large, brown eyes, the Golden Shiba is an adorable fellow. They have fluffy coats in tan or red with a white chest.
As for their personality, they are friendly but with a stubborn streak. They may also be a bit jealous and tend to demand your attention a lot. So, if you have other pets in the house, this may be an issue with a Golden Shiba.
41. Golden Mountain Mix: Golden Retriever + Bernese Mountain Dog
A supersized pooch, the Golden Mountain Mix is an enormous dog that weighs as much as 110 lbs. They definitely take after their gigantic parent, the Bernese Mountain Dog. In addition to the build, they also sport the same tricolor coat like a Berner.
They may be massive but don’t let the size intimidate you – these are very sweet and affectionate pups. But if space is an issue at home, they may not be a good fit for your modest-sized abode.
40. Golden Maltese: Golden Retriever + Maltese
Think of a Maltese with a Golden Retriever’s coat and adorable smile, and that’s what a Golden Maltese is all about. They are small dogs with soft and wavy coats like a Maltese and a Golden’s floppy ears.
Despite their tiny size, these are dynamic pups. They love to play and run around, which makes them a fun companion and exercise buddy.
39. Golden Aussie: Golden Retriever + Australian Shepherd
Golden Aussies look quite like their Australian Shepherd parent with tricolor coats. Others, albeit not too common, may have gold or tan hair color like a Golden Retriever. They have medium-length coats that shed, which means regular grooming is a necessity for these pups.
This Golden Retriever mix is best suited to active folks. They are a ball of energy, so be prepared to give them their daily exercises. Otherwise, they may develop destructive behaviors such as chewing and digging.
38. Golden Schnauzer: Golden Retriever + Schnauzer
Golden Schnauzer is among the rare Golden Retriever mixes. They look quite like a Schnauzer with its trademark beard but with a Golden’s coat color.
These are smart and obedient pooches. Training them should be easy as they are always quite eager to please their owners. New to dog ownership? The Golden Schnauzer will be a fine fit for you.
37. Golden Anatolian: Golden Retriever + Anatolian Shepherd
This is another one of your massive Golden Retriever mixes that join the likes of the Golden Mountain Dog and Golden Newfie. The Golden Anatolian is a giant ball of fluff, taking after the Anatolian’s enormous build and whopping weight at 150 lbs or so!
They are robust dogs with an abundance of energy. If you need a reliable watchdog or a four-legged helper in your farm, this pup is perfect.
36. Golden Bullmastiff Retriever: Golden Retriever + Bullmastiff
Everything about the Golden Bullmastiff Retriever spells out power and strength. With a muscular body and a fierce facial expression, these dogs can be quite intimidating to look at. They have a Bulmastiff’s brindle or fawn coat color, which is also shorter in length to tone down the shedding.
Golden Bullmastiffs may appear intimidating but they are actually quite sweet. They are very loyal to their owners and would always enjoy a cuddle at the end of the day.
35. Golden Malinois: Golden Retriever + Belgian Malinois
Golden Malinois dogs are robust pups with dense, medium-length coats. They can come in different colors including gold, tan, or black, or even a combination of all three colors. These pups have double coats just like their parents, which means shedding can be a concern.
These medium-sized dogs can weigh up to 60 lbs. Daily exercise is very important to them to keep them healthy and to eliminate destructive habits and behaviors.
34. Golden Cocker Retriever: Golden Retriever + Cocker Spaniel
Featuring a Cocker Spaniel’s trademark silky, long ears and a Golden Retriever’s long and fluffy tan coat, the Golden Cocker Retriever is a stunning mix. They are of medium build at 60 lbs while others are on the shorter and lighter side at 30 lbs.
These pups are playful, sociable, and adaptable. They can do well in apartments because of their compact sizes. If you want a cuddle buddy or an adventure pal, this pooch fits the bill.
33. Alaskan Goldenmute: Golden Retriever + Alaskan Malamute
With the thick and fluffy coat of an Alaskan Malamute and a Golden Retriever’s floppy ears, the Alaskan Goldenmute is such a delightful mix. These 90-pounder pups are also quite tall at 25 inches at the shoulder.
As for their coat color, it is often a combination of tan and black with some white markings. They also have a tan-colored face mask typical of a Malamute. Lots of shedding can be expected from this pooch, thanks to their dense double coat.
32. English Goldstiff: Golden Retriever + English Mastiff
Another heavyweight Golden Retriever mix, the English Goldstiff is a muscular and robust big boy. These canines can easily weigh more than 120 lbs, especially the males. Their coats are short just like their English Goldstiff parent, ranging from apricot to fawn, and sometimes golden.
These are loyal and devoted dogs to their owners. With strangers, however, they can be quite aloof. Early training is a must for these pups.
31. Golden English Bulldog: Golden Retriever + English Bulldog
Sporting an English Bulldog’s trademark goofy grin, pudgy and stocky body, and facial wrinkles, the Golden English Bulldog is a unique-looking pup. They have short hair in a wide range of colors such as fawn, brindle, tan, and white.
Just like a purebred English Bulldog, this mix tends to gain weight easily. With this in mind, regular exercise and a balanced diet are important to maintain a desirable weight.
30. Golden Vizsla: Golden Retriever + Vizsla
One look at a Golden Vizsla, and you can easily assume it’s not a mix at all. After all, Vizslas are a spitting image of a Labrador. These dogs have golden hair but not as long and flowing as a Golden Retriever.
Golden Vizslas are avid hunters. They also enjoy the outdoors, which make them a great buddy to take with you on your adventures.
29. Golden Hound: Golden Retriever + Basset Hound
Golden Hounds are short-legged, stocky and smiley pups. They have the build of a Basset Hound with its oval-shaped body and stubby legs. Yet, their coats are long and wavy like a Golden Retriever.
These dogs are a bit on the stubborn side, however. Training can be tough for first-timers because these pups are distracted too easily by the slightest smells wafting around. They also love to chase small animals because of their high prey drive.
28. Golden Jack Retriever: Golden Retriever + Jack Russell Terrier
Petite, compact, and fuzzy, the Golden Jack Retriever is a youthful-looking dog. Even as adults, they still look like puppies because of their small body and naive facial expression. Their coat colors depend on the more dominant parent gene, so they can either look like a Jack Russell or a Golden Retriever.
Always on the go, Golden Jack Retrievers love to play and romp around. But they are also great lap dogs and enjoy a cuddle or two with their favorite person.
27. Soft Coated Golden: Golden Retriever + Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
This medium-sized dog is a darling. They may either have cream-colored, chocolate, or tan coats. An average Soft Coated Golden tends to weigh between 35 and 45 lbs.
Training at an early age is a necessity for these fellows. This way, you can help them to be more in control of their innate hyperactivity. These are excitable canines that adore their owners and get along easily with other pets in the household.
26. Goldendale: Golden Retriever + Airedale Terrier
Fluffy and affectionate, Goldendales are interesting Golden Retriever mixes. They have wiry coats like an Airedale Terrier and the floppy ears of a Golden. Their coat colors vary from tan and black to solid gold.
Because of their alert and cautious nature, Goldendales are outstanding watchdogs. They will easily alert you when there are strangers or intruders around.
25. Scolden Retriever: Golden Retriever + Scottish Terrier
Scolden Retrievers look exactly like a Scottish Terrier but just a tad bit bigger. They have soft and fluffy coats in tan, cream, and gold. Their eyes have a soft and mellow expression, which they take after their Golden parent.
Lively and sociable, there is never a dull moment with a Scolden Retriever. They are also good entertainers and will never fail to put a smile on your face.
24. Goldador: Golden Retriever + Labrador
A mix of two retrievers, the Goldador is an excellent choice if you want the best of both worlds – the spunky character of a Golden and a Labrador’s agile nature. Goldadors may either have medium-length hair, while others tend to have fluffier and longer coats.
As both parents are active fellows, expect the Goldador to love being on the move a lot. Give them plenty of exercise each day, and they are a happy camper.
23. Golden Lhasa: Golden Retriever + Lhasa Apso
Lhasa Apsos are known for their flowing and luxurious coats while Golden Retrievers may not have the same length of coat but still dense and long nonetheless. Mix these two up and you’ve got one fluffy baby!
This is why owners need to brush a Golden Lhasa’s hair daily for maintenance. Be prepared for shedding, as well, which makes them not the best choice for allergy sufferers.
22. Afghan Retriever: Golden Retriever + Afghan Hound
A cross between the Golden Retriever and Afghan Hound, this pup is a medium-build pooch that’s quite tall at 29 inches. They have an elegant stature and donning the trademark long and flowing golden coat of their Golden Retriever parent.
But not all Afghan Retrievers have golden hair. Some may have chocolate brown, white, or cream coats. It all depends on which parent gene is more dominant.
21. Golden Pug: Golden Retriever + Pug
Compact and stocky, the Golden Pug is an adorable medium-sized dog. They have a Pug’s wrinkled forehead and black muzzle combined with a Golden’s fluffy coat. Their coats are not quite dense, so shedding is not much of a concern with this mixed breed.
Golden Pugs tend to gain weight too easily. Thus, it is best to give them a balanced diet and avoid too many treats to offset their risk of hip dysplasia, a genetic condition among Golden Pugs.
20. Golden Shih Tzu: Golden Retriever + Shih Tzu
This is one designer dog that has the good looks and shining character of a beloved canine. They have a Shih Tzu’s compact build and wavy hair and a Golden Retrievers coat color.
These dogs are not exactly into excessive physical activities. They are more than happy to be on your lap or to nap by your side. This is why Golden Shih Tzus make the best family pets!
19. Boxer Retriever: Golden Retriever + Boxer
A large pooch that easily weighs as much as 66 lbs and stands up to 23 inches tall, Boxer Retrievers are powerful canines. They have short coats like a Boxer but often in shades of gold or tan, which is a Golden’s signature color.
Although their coats are not as long or flowing as a purebred Golden Retriever, these pups have double coats that shed moderately. Fortunately, it only happens once a year!
18. Golden Irish: Golden Retriever + Irish Setter
At first glance, some people may mistake this pooch for a red-coated Golden Retriever. But look again, and it’s actually a cross between an Irish Setter and a Golden. These pups have a long and flowing red coat with a well-muscled and elegant build.
The average Golden Irish weighs about 70 lbs. These canines need ample exercise to stay healthy while mitigating risks of hip dysplasia common in both parent breeds.
17. Golden Ridgeback: Golden Retriever + Rhodesian Ridgeback
Bulkier than a Ridgeback but with a darker red coat than a purebred Golden, the Golden Ridgeback is a unique-looking pup. They are large dogs that can weigh up to 80 lbs while females are usually lighter and smaller.
As young pups, Golden Ridgebacks tend to be more playful and agile. However, they become calmer and more aloof as they get older. This Golden Retriever mix is also a tad stubborn, which can be a challenge for first-time dog owners.
16. Golden Corgi: Golden Retriever + Corgi
Two of the world’s well-loved dog breeds, the Golden Corgi is a mix between the Golden Retriever and the Corgi. These canines have short legs and oval bodies like a Corgi and a golden coat, which they inherit from their Golden Retriever parent.
Their coats, however, are medium-length and soft, unlike the Golden’s long and flowing hair. This is why shedding is kept to a minimum, which makes them easier to maintain and groom.
15. Golden Husky: Golden Retriever + Siberian Husky
A stunning mixed breed, Golden Huskies are a combination of both parents’ charming looks – baby blue eyes of a Husky and a Golden Retriever’s fluffy and golden coat.
Because of their double coat, these dogs shed constantly. However, the main shedding seasons are in the fall and spring, so it is best to keep them well-groomed especially during these times of the year.
14. Golden Collie: Golden Retriever + Border Collie
Sturdy and strong, the Golden Collie is the epitome of balance and grace. They are medium-sized canines that weigh up to 50 lbs. Their coats are flowing and long, as both parents have an abundance of hair. They also have a shaggy, long tail and floppy ears.
These are smart and obedient dogs. Training is relatively easy because these canines simply want to please their owners all the time.
13. Golden Pointer: Golden Retriever + English Pointer
Weighing up to 65 lbs, the Golden Pointer is an adorable dog with a medium build. They are also rather tall at 27 inches at the shoulder and covered with a thick and fluffy coat in red, tan, or cream.
Golden Pointers love to run around. They are also great at hunting and retrieving, which makes them great companions when out in the wild.
12. Golden Pyre: Golden Retriever + Great Pyrenees
Unlike the purebred Pyrenees, the Golden Pyre is a bit on the lighter side. They have a shaggy, long coat as the Pyr and with a reddish or deep golden hue, which they take after their Golden parent.
Golden Pyres are large dogs. They can easily weigh 90 lbs or so, which means exercise is important to keep them from being overweight.
11. Golden Sammy: Golden Retriever + Samoyed
A cross between the Golden Retriever and Samoyed, the Golden Sammy has a long and fluffy coat that is often cream-colored or somewhat golden… Almost reminiscent of toasted marshmallows! This color is a mashup of both parents’ white and golden coat colors.
With their dense coats, it is best to keep these dogs cool and hydrated. They do not do very well in hot and tropical climates, so they need ample shade from the harsh heat of the sun.
10. Golden Bull: Golden Retriever + Pitbull
Stocky and muscular, the Golden Bull is the offspring of a Golden Retriever and Pitbull. They have a Pittie’s short hair in golden or tan hue like a Golden Retriever. Shedding is not an issue at all for these dogs, which also makes maintenance much easier.
Exercise is a must for these dogs to eliminate their tendency to become anxious or bored. Keep them mentally and physically engaged in an activity for 60 minutes per day to keep them happy and healthy.
9. Golden Cavalier: Golden Retriever + Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
They may be tiny but the Golden Cavalier, a mix between the Golden Retriever and King Charles Spaniel, is a spirited and affectionate pooch. These fellows can grow up to 40 lbs with a modest height of 14 inches.
Many Golden Cavaliers have a stunning golden coat that’s long, smooth, and flowing. And most of all, they have silky, droopy ears that they take after their Cavalier parents.
8. Golden Catahoula: Golden Retriever + Catahoula Leopard Dog
No two Golden Catahoula look alike – even if they are from the same litter! This Golden Retriever and Catahoula Leopard dog mix may either have blue or brown eyes. They also have medium or short-length coats and in shades of gold or tan mixed with some black and white spots.
If you have a big space in your yard, this pooch should fit right in. They are quite large at 70 lbs and enjoy running around. So, if there’s ample room for such an active, large pooch, this fellow is for you.
7. Beago: Golden Retriever + Beagle
For folks who prefer a smaller dog that’s sweet and affectionate, a Beago will never disappoint. This pup is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Beagle. They have an oval body and floppy ears like a Beagle and a golden or tan coat color just like their Golden Retriever parents.
As expert hunting pups, Beagos are best kept in a fenced yard. Otherwise, they will easily run away and chase after a small animal, thanks to its strong prey drive.
6. Golden Bully: Golden Retriever + American Bulldog
An energetic pooch, this is one of the most low maintenance Golden Retriever mixes because of their short coats that barely require daily grooming. Their coats often come in shades of golden to light tan while others can be a mixture of both.
At 75 lbs or more, Golden Bullies are heavy poochs. They don’t require much exercise, which makes them a good fit for folks who prefer a sedentary lifestyle.
5. Saint Bernard Retriever: Golden Retriever + Saint Bernard
A large and mighty canine, the Saint Bernard Retriever can easily weigh over 100 lbs. Their robust bodies are covered in an abundance of fluff often in any of these colors – black, red, and white.
Generally, these pups are agreeable and easy to deal with. But they are better off in a spacious home with a large yard. They require daily exercise to stay fit and eliminate anxieties.
4. Goldenweiler: Golden Retriever + Rottweiler
Imagine a long-haired Rottweiler with a golden and black coat, and that is a Goldenweiler. They have golden coats like a Golden Retriever mixed in with a Rottie’s trademark colors such as tan and black. These are big dogs that weigh over 100 lbs and stand up to 25 or so inches tall.
Goldenweilers are fantastic watch dogs because of their innate alertness and protective nature. They always do what they can to keep their loved ones safe and make sure no intruders get in their territory.
3. Goldendoodle: Golden Retriever + Poodle
Goldendoodles come in different sizes, depending on the Poodle size they are bred with. But no matter what the size, they are always the same fluffy pups with a quirky facial expression. Their coats may also be curly, straight, or wavy and in shades of black, gray, cream, dark brown, or orange.
With their sociable nature, they can easily get along with everyone in the household. They also don’t mind sharing their home with another pet as they enjoy others’ company.
2. Goldenshire: Golden Retriever + Yorkshire Terrier
One of the smallest Golden Retriever mixes, the Goldenshire is a combo of the Golden Retriever and Yorkshire Terrier. They have silky, long golden coats, which need regular grooming to keep them nice and smooth.
Apartment dwellers will find this pup suitable for their small space. After all, it is a compact dog that does not need a lot of running around in a massive yard.
1. Golden Chi: Golden Retriever + Chihuahua
This list will never be complete without the Golden Chi. Weighing as much as 30 lbs or as light as 15 lbs, these pups come in different package sizes. They have a Chi’s apple-shaped head and large eyes and a Golden’s fluffy coat.
For the most part, Golden Chis live a long and happy life. They are generally healthy dogs without a lot of genetic problems, which means an average Golden Chi lives up to 15 years or so.
Is There A Mixed Breed Of Golden Retriever That Doesn’t Shed? The Goldendoodle, a hybrid dog with a Poodle’s and Golden Retriever’s genes have a fluffy coat that’s considered as hypoallergenic. They do shed but very minimally, which makes them suitable for people with allergies.
What Is The Best Golden Retriever Mix? Aside from being hypoallergenic, Goldendoodles are a popular Golden Retriever mix because of their amiable and sweet disposition. They are also smart, loyal, and obedient, so it should be easy to train and to teach them tricks.
How Big Do Golden Retriever Mixes Get? The size of a Golden Retriever mix largely depends on its parents. Some mixes can grow as small as 15 lbs, such as the Golden Chi, Goldenshire and Golden Cavalier because of both their parents’ compact stature. On the other hand, there are larger Golden Retriever mixes weighing as heavy as 220 lbs, such as the Golden Dane, Golden Pyre, Golden Newfie, and Saint Bernard Retriever.