White Goldendoodles do not shed much. They are hypoallergenic, which means they only shed a little bit and do not tend to trigger allergies to pet hair and dander. This is one of the biggest reasons why White Goldendoodles are so popular!
Are White Goldendoodles High Maintenance?
White Goldendoodles are indeed high maintenance due to their white coat. Not only do they need professional grooming, but they actually require more bathing than other Goldendoodles to maintain their white coat appearance. You can’t prevent them from getting dirty, but you may need to work harder to keep their fur actually white.
If you want less maintenance for your White Goldendoodle, ask your groomer to cut the hair around their nose shorter, as well as their feet and tail. These are the most common places especially for a white pooch to get stained.
How Often Should You Groom A White Goldendoodle?
Like the Poodle, White Goldendoodles have to be professionally groomed once a month. Since they’re white, they’re going to show more dirt than any of the other colors.
So, if your White Goldendoodle gets dirty between trips to the groomer, we recommend using Seamus Cherry Blossom Whitening Dog Shampoo to help keep your pooch squeaky clean! It is also formulated to help brighten and restore white spots to its former shine.
To help them shed the loose hair that gets caught up between the curls, use the Furminator Undercoat Tool to comb through and shake them out. This helps to keep a White Goldendoodle’s coat and skin healthy and free of debris.