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The standard Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a standard Poodle. They are an intelligent, friendly, and affectionate hybrid with a moderate activity level. Larger Goldendoodles may be more active than their smaller kin the Miniature Goldendoodle (miniature poodle / golden retriever). They are an athletic breed that will need a good walk or active playtime each day and are capable of competing in "dog sports" such as agility, flyball, rally and obedience if you’re interested.

 Both of the breeds used to create Goldendoodles tend to be smart and learn quickly. If you begin socialization and training early, use positive reinforcement techniques such as praise, play, and food rewards, you will be met with a wonderful companion.

In 2004, Life magazine famously featured a Goldendoodle on its cover accompanied by the headline, “The Perfect Dog? How the Doodle became the new family pet.” It was instant validation for this wonderful hybrid among the general public and in the decade since. Goldendoodles have skyrocketed in popularity. Today people can’t seem to get enough of these beautiful and smart canine companions. Visit any park or green space in your city where people regularly go to walk their dogs and you’re quite likely to cross paths with someone strolling with a Goldendoodle.

 In early 2018 I went shopping at one of my favorite stores for supplies and guess what I saw for the first time? A RED GOLDENDOODLE on a can of 4HEALTH moist dog food! I was so proud that this hybrid was the “Chosen Hybrid” over so many others and featured on a nationwide dog food company's product. It's because they are now becoming accepted as ”America‘s Perfect Dog"


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