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Do Goldendoodles Shed? A Guide To Shedding & Grooming

Yes, Goldendoodles shed. They are a mix between a Poodle and a Golden Retriever, and they get their shedding genes from the Retriever side. That being said, Goldendoodles usually donโ€™t shed much. Exactly how much hair they lose will often depend on the dominance of the genes they inherit from their low-shedding Poodle parent.

Phantom Goldendoodle

The uniqueness of a Phantom Goldendoodle lies in their coat color and markings. This Phantom Goldendoodle is simply a type of Goldendoodle with two coat colors, with special markings and the colors appearing on specific parts of the body. They are so rare that we cannot possibly predict the outcome of having a Phantom Goldendoodle offspring in the breeding process.

Micro Goldendoodle

A Micro Goldendoodle is a crossbreed between a Miniature Poodle and a Toy Goldendoodle. The term โ€˜microโ€™ refers to the size of the dog less than 10 lbs. The breed is known to socialize very fast, to be hypoallergenic, and to be low-maintenance.

Teddybear Goldendoodle

The Teddy Bear Goldendoodle, or English Goldendoodle, is the crossbreed between a Poodle and an English Cream Golden Retriever. In terms of temperament and physique, a Teddy Bear Goldendoodle is not much different from any other regular Goldendoodles.

White Goldendoodle

A White Goldendoodle is the resultant offspring of crossbreeding a White Standard Poodle and a pale-colored Golden Retriever. Not only does it inherit the Poodleโ€™s hypoallergenic coat, but also the Golden Retrieverโ€™s love of children, making this dog breed a very popular choice for families on top of other interesting characteristics.

Multigen Goldendoodles

The Multigen Goldendoodle is a crossbreed of two Goldendoodles bred beyond the second generation. The term โ€˜Multigenerational Goldendoodlesโ€™ primarily refers to the F3 Goldendoodles and further generations. This breedย has the optimal characteristics of their parents, such as reduced level of shedding, extremely friendly, and a hypoallergenic nature.

Mini Goldendoodle

The Miniature Goldendoodle is a miniature size variant of the Goldendoodle. The Miniature Goldendoodle is a result of crossbreeding the Golden Retriever and the Miniature Poodle or the Toy Poodle. The Miniature Goldendoodle is not recognized as a legitimate breed by any of the major kennel clubs. However, they have aย breed standard that was created by the Goldendoodle Association of North America.

Goldendoodle Health Issues You Should Be Aware

The most common health issue among Goldendoodles is hip dysplasia, followed by subvalvular aortic stenosis and sebaceous adenitis. Hip dysplasia can severely impact the life of your Goldendoodle that requires adequate rehabilitation to lead a normal life. However, diseases such as subvalvular aortic stenosis and sebaceous adenitis are potentially life-threatening and require medical treatment.

Goldendoodle Temperament And Personality

With their inherent smarts, Goldendoodles are trainable pooches. They are also energetic, which means taking them out to play or run around is very important. And if you just want a friendly pooch who gets along easily with everybody, this dood is for you.