Goldendoodles come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colours with puppies in a same litter looking quite different because it depends on whether they throw more to the Golden Retriever or to the Poodle. However, responsible breeders are trying to breed dogs that are not only healthy, but which have more consistency in their looks and natures too. However, there is no "breed standard" as such with some Goldendoodles having tight curly coats whereas other can have silkier, flatter coats that resemble more that of a Golden Retriever rather than a Poodle. Some breeders try to create a "Teddy Bear" look about a dog's head which has proved very popular. The Goldendoodle is a high energy, intelligent dog and as such they need to be given the right amount of daily exercise and mental stimulation for them to be truly happy, well rounded dogs. They need anything from 40 to 60 minutes exercise a day with as much off the lead time as possible. If they are not given the right amount of mental stimulation and exercise every day, a Goldendoodle would quickly get bored and could even begin to show some destructive behaviours around the home which is their way of relieving any stress they may be experiencing and not necessarily because they are being “naughty”. The Golden Retriever is a large breed dog and easily one of the nicest, sweetest dog breeds you will ever come across. These dogs are known just as much for their friendly personalities as for their beautiful gold colored coats. The Golden Retriever was originally developed as a gun dog to retrieve downed waterfowl over land and water. The breed was developed in Scotland during the mid 1900s when waterfowl hunting was an incredibly popular sport for the Scottish Elite.
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