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Posted on January 1th, 2011 by Admin

Golden Retrievers generally stand between 21 and 24 inches tall and they weigh anywhere between 55 and 75 pounds at maturity. These dogs are known for their beautiful golden coats, though the actual shade can range from very pale yellow to a deep gold color. The Golden Retriever has a medium length double coat with a soft undercoat and a wavy, water resistant topcoat. This breed sheds a moderate amount throughout the year and it sheds its undercoat twice a year, in the spring and fall. Regular brushing and grooming is necessary to control shedding and to maintain coat quality in this breed. The Golden Retriever generally does not require trimming except between the toes to prevent matting. In terms of temperament, the Golden Retriever is easily one of the gentlest and most mild mannered breeds in existence. These dogs are exceedingly popular as family pets because they are very people oriented and incredibly patient around children. Golden Retrievers generally get along well with other dogs and pets – they even do well around livestock. In addition to being very friendly, Golden Retrievers are also very intelligent which makes them highly trainable. The intelligence of this breed combined with its eager to please attitude makes it a great choice for therapy and assistance training as well as search and rescue and various dog sports.

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Posted on January 1st, 2011 by Admin

As breeders of Irish Goldendoodles, we are committed to continually improving the health, genetics and quality of our parent lines and are actively involved in breeder education.

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goldendoodle haircuts before and after

“ Both Golden Retriever and Standard Poodles are at risk for certain conditions like hip dysplasia and gastric dilation volvulus which could increase your Goldendoodle’s susceptibility to these conditions. ”