The Goldendoodle breed is also commonly known by the names Groodle, Golden Poos or Goldie Poos. The Groodle Puppies are cross between a Golden Retriever and a Standard or Miniature Poodle.
They are great popular family pets and companion dogs. They are also charming and loyal. They can have shaggy coats much like that of a Retriever or a relaxed curl coat that resembles that of a Poodle, however many Groodle having a coat that’s somewhere in between the two. They are gentle, patient and affectionate by nature which makes it a very popular pet.
The Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Standard or Miniature Poodle, both of which are pure breeds. Over the years Goldendoodle has become one of the most popular family and companion dogs, which is understandable given their good looks and charming, loyal nature.
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Groodle is a cross between a Poodle and a Golden Retriever. Usually, they are more popular as Goldendoodles in other parts of the world but Australia has its own charm which is why they are named differently.
Training a Groodle isn’t something you should put off while they settle in. You need to teach your Groodle what to expect from the moment they get into the home to stop them from getting confused. Also to manage their expectations makes it much less likely they’ll get into trouble. You also need to set boundaries from the beginning with basic commands.
A mini groodle can grow as large as 22kg and 45-50cm, depending on parentage; some groodles will grow to only 15-20kg and around 45cm.
The Groodle is a a cross breed between the Golden Retriever and Standard Poodle, hence “Goldendoodle”. The Groodle was first developed in the early 1990’s, originally designed to be a suitable guide dog, to disabled persons with vision impairment who suffered from allergies as well.
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It can be somewhere between $2,000 – $5,000.
Yes they are. They are intelligent and very friendly companion.
15-30 minute walk on the leash.