Black Goldendoodle: Complete Guide

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Goldendoodles are one of the more popular designer breeds around. They typically come in reddish hues because of the Golden Retriever’s heritage.

In this article, we will discuss the Black Goldendoodle with its beautiful dominantly black coat.

Black Goldendoodle, just like other Doodles such as the Chocolate Goldendoodle or the Cream Goldendoodle, all have similar physical and temperamental characteristics which we will discuss in detail.

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Black Goldendoodle: Breed overview

Golden Doodles Black is a color variation of the Doodle that is gaining more popularity. Below is a brief description of what to expect from this breed.

Purpose Companion dog 
AKC Recognition No 
Size Small – Large 
Weight 12 – 90 pounds 
Height 11 – 24 inches 
Coat Colors Black 
Child Friendliness Moderate to High
Canine friendliness Moderate to High
Training Difficulty Easy
Grooming UpkeepModerate 
Exercise NeedsModerate 
Health Moderate 
Lifespan10 – 15 years
Puppy Costs $2,000 – $5,000

Are there Black Goldendoodles? 

Yes, Black Goldendoodles exist, but they are not as common as brown or red Goldendoodles

Can Goldendoodles be Black? 

Black Goldendoodle full grown
Can Goldendoodle be Black?

Since the Golden Retriever has a reddish coat, many may ask, “Can a Goldendoodle be Black?”

Well, yes, Goldendoodles can be black due to the Poodle having a black coat variety.

What is a Black Golden Doodle?

A Black Golden Doodle is a Goldendoodle with a predominantly black coat. Some would have markings of other colors, such as white, brown, or gray.

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Are Black Goldendoodles rare?

How rare are Black Goldendoodles compared to the other colors of Goldendodles?

Black Goldendoodles can be considered uncommon rather than rare. The probability of producing a Black Goldendoodle increases when a Black Poodle is crossed with a second or third-generation Black Goldendoodle parent.

Are Black Golden Doodles recognized by AKC and other dog registries?

No, Black Golden Doodles are not recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) and therefore cannot compete in the conformation shows because they are not purebred.

However, Black Goldendoodles can compete in agility or obedience competitions.

Black Labradoodle vs Black Goldendoodle

The main difference between Black Labradoodle and Black Goldendoodle is that Black Labradoodle is taller and much leaner while Black Goldendoodle is more heavier and shorter

Goldendoodle Black physical appearance

Black Goldendoodle physical traits can vary from each dog since they are a hybrid.

But, generally, they have rounded skulls, wide muzzles, ears that hang close to the face, oval-shaped eyes, and long, feathery tails. Their noses and paw pads are also black.

Black Goldendoodle with blue eyes

It is rare to see a Black Goldendoodle with blue eyes. The blue coloration can be due to the Merle gene being present, or a genetic mutation that involves the ALX4 gene connected to skin and hair development.

Some Black Goldendoodles may be born with blue eyes, but this typically turns brown as they mature.

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Do Black Goldendoodles change color?

If a Goldendoodle puppy is really black in color, then you may not see much Black Goldendoodle color change as they mature and might only lighten a bit.

But, a puppy Black Goldendoodle turning silver as it reaches the age of 2 is not in actuality a Black Goldendoodle but a gray or silver Goldendoodle. 

Of course, it is also normal for a Black Goldendoodle to develop gray hair as they reach their senior years.

A skin condition wherein a Goldendoodle skin turning Black is possible. This is called hyperpigmentation, or Acanthosis Nigricans, which can be caused by constant licking and biting due to skin trauma.

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Various Black Goldendoodles colors 

Black Goldendoodles have either an all-black coat or have some slight color markings on their body. Some variants of the Black Goldendoodle is discussed below.

Black and white Goldendoodle

Black and white Golden Doodles or Black white Goldendoodle have little white markings somewhere in their coat. It is typical to see a Black Goldendoodle with white chest, but it is also common for Golden Doodle Black and white to have white markings on the legs or their paws.

But, can Goldendoodles be Black and white or do we see a white and Black Golden Doodle with more white coverage on their coat?

Yes, it is possible to have a white and Black Golden Doodle, but it is pretty rare for a Goldendoodle white and Black to have 50/50 coverage of the two colors.

Golden Doodle white and Black is sometimes called the Black tuxedo Goldendoodle.

This is because the black and white pattern in tuxedo Goldendoodle Black and white resembles that of a tuxedo coat with the coat in the upper back, head, and tail being black and those around the neck, belly, chest, and legs being partially or mostly covered in white.

Tuxedo Black and white Goldendoodle or Black and white tuxedo Goldendoodle is technically more of a Parti Poodle than a Black Goldendoodle.

Parti Poodles is defined as Poodle with at least 50% white color on their coat. 

Some Black and white Goldendoodles present with a Black and white spotted Goldendoodle. These Goldendoodles Black and white are also technically not Black Goldendoodles because of the wider coverage of irregular patches of white in their coat.

Are Black and white Goldendoodles rare?

Yes, Black and white Goldendoodles are rare because you need to cross a Golden Retriever with a parti Poodle, and to achieve equal patterns of black and white is even harder.

For example, you need a mini Black Golden Doodle with genes for white spotting to get a Black and white Goldendoodle.

Black and white parti Goldendoodle

Black white parti Goldendoodle has at least 50% white coverage on their coat.

Black phantom Goldendoodle

A Black phantom Goldendoodle has a body coat that is completely black with small portions on the coat in another color specifically on the eyebrows, chest, muzzle, legs, and under the tail.

Black and tan phantom Goldendoodle

A Black and tan phantom Goldendoodle has a body coat that is all-black with tan phantom markings on the eyebrows, chest, muzzle, legs, and under the tail.

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Black and brown Goldendoodle

Black brown Goldendoodle or brown and Black Golden Doodle has a predominantly black coat with brown markings found anywhere on the coat.

This differentiates Goldendoodle Black and brown from a Phantom Goldendoodle which has specific areas on the coat that have markings.

Some Black Goldendoodles lighten in color as they mature, but a Black Goldendoodle turning brown is not possible. A Black and brown Goldendoodle puppy generally stays the same color as they mature.

Black and Brown Goldendoodle can come in different sizes, like the Black and brown mini Goldendoodle or mini Goldendoodle Black and brown. 

Brown Black and white Goldendoodle 

Body coat is mostly black with white and brown markings on the face, chest, legs, and tail.

All Black Goldendoodle

Solid Black Goldendoodle with the entire coat completely in black with no markings whatsoever.

Black and grey Goldendoodle

Black and gray Goldendoodle or Goldendoodle grey and Black has a predominantly black coat with some gray markings.

A puppy Black and grey Golden Doodle is typically born all-black and will develop some gray areas in their coat as they mature. 

Grey and Black Goldendoodle can come in different size variations, such as the mini Goldendoodle Black and grey. Black and grey mini Goldendoodle has a height range of about 16 to 18 inches upon maturity.

Do Black Goldendoodles turn grey?

A puppy Black Goldendoodle turning grey or lightening their jet-black color as they mature is noticeable in some. 

Black and tan Goldendoodle 

Golden Doodle Black puppy
Goldendoodle Black and Tan

Goldendoodle Black and tan with predominantly black coat and tan markings on the head, chest, legs, and tail.

Black merle Goldendoodle

Base color is black with mottling of gray or white throughout the coat.

Black and silver Goldendoodle

Coat with black base color with silver markings on the face, ears, chest, and legs.

Black sable Goldendoodle

Coat has black-tipped hairs with roots that can be red, brown, or silver, which can be in any pattern across the coat.

Black abstract Goldendoodle 

Base color is black with some irregular white patches on the head, chest, muzzle, legs, and tail. 

Black and gold Goldendoodle

Base color is black with irregular gold patches in the coat.

Black parti Goldendoodle

Coat has more than 50% white coverage with black patches.

Black and red Goldendoodle

Coat is predominantly black with some red markings on the coat.

Golden Doodle Black coat types and textures 

Golden Doodle Black can either inherit the curliness of a Poodle’s coat or the straighter and wavier coat of the Golden Retriever.

Black Goldendoodle straight coat 

Straight haired Black Goldendoodle would have a similar coat as its Golden Retriever parent. Straight hair Black Goldendoodle is likely to shed more because of the double coat.

Curly Black Goldendoodle 

Black curly Goldendoodle inherits more of the Poodle coat that have varying degrees of curling. Those with tighter curls should be groomed almost daily to prevent excessive matting.

Wavy Black Goldendoodle

A middle ground between curly and straight, this coat still needs regular grooming to prevent matting but doesn’t shed as much as those with straight coats.

Black Goldendoodle grooming and cleaning

Brushing frequency depends on coat texture. Black straight hair Goldendoodle or Black flat coat Goldendoodle sheds more. Some would opt to have a shaved Black Goldendoodle for easier maintenance.

Goldendoodles with wavy coats can be bathed every 2 months while those with curly hairs can be bathed once or twice monthly.

Black wax Goldendoodle ear infection is common since their hanging ears prevent air circulation inside, so regular ear inspection is necessary. 

Grooming Needs Grooming Frequency 
Brushing2x – 3x weekly 
Bathing 1x monthly
Ear Cleaning Weekly 
Nail Trimming As needed 
Teeth Brushing 2x – 3x weekly 

Black Goldendoodle haircuts 

You have several options for Black Goldendoodle haircut styles. One common Black Goldendoodle haircut is the Black Goldendoodle puppy cut where the hair is trimmed close to the body. 

If you want a bolder cut, then there is the Black Goldendoodle mohawk wherein a portion of the head hair is maintained long that extends to the back while the rest of the body hair is trimmed very short.

Black Goldendoodle teddy bear cut

Black teddy bear Goldendoodle involves trimming the body hair in equal length. The hair around the face is rounded to make them look like a teddy bear.

Are Black Goldendoodles hypoallergenic?

It depends on which type of coat they have. Those with curlier hair tend to be more hypoallergenic. 

One way to prevent canine allergy triggers is to invest in air purifiers with HEPA filters that can filter out loose hairs, dander, dust mites, dust, pollen, and mold from the air.

Do Black Goldendoodles shed? 

Goldendoodles with straight hairs shed more than those with curly hairs. A vacuum cleaner with good suction properties can easily get rid of loose hair lying around your house.

Black Goldendoodle size, height, and weight

Full size Black Goldendoodle can range in size depending on the size of the Poodle parent which is:

  • Standard 
  • Medium
  • Miniature
  • Toy
  • Teacup

Full grown Black Goldendoodle 

Black Goldendoodle adults
Full grown Black Golden Doodle

Typically, Black full grown Goldendoodle will reach its full height by their first year, but a full grown Goldendoodle Black may reach their final weight in 2 years when they fill out their chest.

Black male Goldendoodle tends to be heavier than Black female Goldendoodle with their heights not having much difference.

Full grown Black and white Goldendoodle 

Black and white Goldendoodle full grown can range in size from teacup to standard. How fast they grow depends on their size.

Black and white Goldendoodle full grown: Height: 7 to 26 inches, Weight: 7 to 90 pounds.

Full grown Black and white parti Goldendoodle

Goldendoodles grow in different heights due to the different sizes of Poodles. A Black and white parti Goldendoodle will have similar size variations as well.

Full grown Black and white parti Goldendoodle: Height: 7 to 26 inches, Weight: 7 to 90 pounds.

Black mini Goldendoodle full grown 

Mini Goldendoodle full grown Black or full grown mini Goldendoodle Black will reach its full height by their 1st year. Mini Black Goldendoodle full grown may reach their final weight past their 1st year when their chests have filled up. 

Full grown Black mini Goldendoodle: Height: 16 to 18 inches, Weight: 13 to 30 pounds.

Full grown Black F1b Goldendoodle 

Black F1b Goldendoodle is the first cross-back generation. It is a cross between a Black F1 Goldendoodle or 1st generation Goldendoodle and a purebred Black Poodle.

Full grown Black F1b Goldendoodle: Height: 16 to 25 inches, Weight: 20 to 90 pounds.

Black Standard Goldendoodle

Standard Black Goldendoodle at maturity stands between 22 and 24 inches tall at the shoulders.

The weight of a standard Goldendoodle Black ranges from 50 to 90 pounds.

The Black Goldendoodle standard being the largest size variation may take 12 to 18 months before they are considered fully grown.

Black Moyen Goldendoodle 

An adult Black Goldendoodle Moyen is around 20 inches in height and weighs between 30 and 45 pounds.

Black Mini Goldendoodle

Black mini Golden Doodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Black Miniature Poodle or a 1st and 2nd generation Goldendoodle mini Black.

Mini Goldendoodle Black or mini Black Goldendoodle reaches a height of 16 to 18 inches. Black Goldendoodle mini is slightly taller than a Toy and smaller than a Moyen or Medium. Miniature Black mini Goldendoodle has a weight range of 13 to 30 pounds.

Black mini Goldendoodle puppies will reach their full weight between 11 and 13 months. At their 4th month, Black miniature Goldendoodle puppies typically reach half their adult weight.

One indication that a mini Black Goldendoodle puppy is fully grown is to check the size of their paws. Mini Goldendoodle puppies Black have bigger paws to the size of their legs.

Black mini Goldendoodle puppy typically is born with an all-black coat. As adult Black mini Goldendoodles, their black coat can lighten lightly or develop small patches of white on their chests.

Some miniature Black Goldendoodle puppies may even turn out to have a grayish coat as they mature.

Goldendoodle Black mini or miniature Goldendoodle Black typically lives one or two years longer than the Standard Black Goldendoodles. 

A mini Goldendoodle Black and white or Black and white mini Goldendoodle has more white coverage on their coats. Mini Black and white Goldendoodle is technically not considered a Black Goldendoodle because white patches can cover large parts of its back, chest, and legs.

Black Toy Goldendoodle 

Toy Goldendoodle Black reaches a height of 10 to 11 inches and weighs between 10 to 25 pounds.

Black Teacup Goldendoodle

Teacup Goldendoodle Black has a height of 9 to 10 inches and weighs 7 to 10 pounds.

Black Micro Goldendoodle 

A Micro Black adult Goldendoodle reaches a height of 7 to 8 inches at the shoulders and weigh between 6 and 7 pounds.

Black Petite Goldendoodle

Petite Goldendoodle Black is a mix of the Golden Retriever, the Cocker Spaniel, and a Black Poodle or a 1st and 2nd generation Black Goldendoodle. It ranges in height from 10 to 18 inches.

Large Black Goldendoodle

Big Black Goldendoodle is a standard-sized Goldendoodle.

Medium Black Goldendoodle

The Miniature and Moyen Black Goldendoodles can be classified as Black medium Goldendoodle or medium Goldendoodle Black.

Small Black Goldendoodle

The Toy, Teacup, and Micro Goldendoodle can be classified as small Black Goldendoodles.

Black Goldendoodle generations 

Since a Black Goldendoodle is a designer breed, they are available in different types of  generations which affects the amount of shedding. 

Black F1 Goldendoodle

The F1 Black Goldendoodle is a product of a Black Poodle and a Golden Retriever. Thus, the F1 Goldendoodle Black is considered a first-generation hybrid.

The Black Goldendoodle F1 benefits from the phenomenon known as ‘hybrid vigor,’ meaning the Black F1 Goldendoodle puppies are thought to be healthier than their purebred parents.

However, the amount of shedding can still be high due to the Golden Retriever parent. 

Black F1b Goldendoodle

When you hear the term F1b Goldendoodle Black, it refers to backcrossing breeding. This means that the F1 hybrid is bred with either a Black Poodle or a Golden Retriever.

So, an F1b  Black Goldendoodle is a product of a black F1 Black Goldendoodle and either a Black Poodle or a Golden Retriever.

Breeders do backcrossing to further reduce the levels of shedding.

In the case of Black F1b Goldendoodle puppies, the level of shedding is brought down to as much as 50%.

This signifies that the Black Goldendoodle F1b has a 50% chance of being hypoallergenic. Plus, the coat of a Goldendoodle F1b Black could either be straight, curly, or wavy. 

F1b Goldendoodle Black and white 

The Black and white F1b Goldendoodle is an offspring of an F1 black and white Goldendoodle and either a purebred Golden Retriever or a Poodle. 

F1b mini Goldendoodle Black

A Black F1b mini Goldendoodle is a product of an F1 Goldendoodle and a Black Poodle. You can expect the shedding level of an F1b Black mini Goldendoodle to be lesser than the F1 Goldendoodle generation. 

F1bb Black Goldendoodle

An F1bb Goldendoodle Black is 12.5% Golden Retriever and 87.5 % Black Poodle. Since the genes of the Poodle parent are more dominant, the Black F1bb Goldendoodle is a very low shedding dog. 

F2 Black Goldendoodle

A Black F2 Goldendoodle is an offspring of a Black F1 Goldendoodle and an F1b Black Goldendoodle.

The shedding level of an F2b Goldendoodle Black can vary, some Black F2b Goldendoodle may not shed at all while some F2b Black Goldendoodle may be heavy shedders. 

Black Goldendoodle temperament and personality

The Black Goldendoodle is a very bright, affectionate, and playful dog. This breed has no aggressive bones in her system, rather, she is calm and loves human companionship

Do Goldendoodles Black make good family dogs?

Yes, Goldendoodle black dogs are patient with boisterous children. They are also known to get along well with other pets. 

Black Goldendoodle dog exercise requirement

Both the parents of a Black Goldendoodle are smart and energetic. The same can be said for their offspring who need an average of 1 hour of moderate exercises each day such as running and swimming, too. 

Many K9 owners with a spacious backyard will allow their Goldendoodle to play outside in their yard during the day. That’s because walking, running, chasing, and rolling around are all good forms of exercise.

If you do let your canine friends roam freely in your backyard, be sure that your yard is fully fenced in. This helps ensure that they are safe and sound while still enjoying their time outside.

However, it is important to note that some towns or counties have zoning laws that prohibit the installation of physical fences. If your town has this law, don’t fret!

A great alternative is to get a wireless dog fence which is more cost-efficient than physical fences and is highly flexible and adaptable to any and all types of terrains.

If you do allow your Goldendoodle to head outside during the day, it is a good idea to install an electronic dog fence which will allow your pups to head outside and come back into the house whenever they want.

What’s great about the automatic doggy door is that it is easy to install, programmable, and K9 owners can set curfew hours. This way, your pups can enjoy the outdoors during the day while staying safe indoors at night.

So whether you work from home or at the office, your furry friends can now head outside and play without needing you to open and close the door for them every time.

Black Golden Doodle dog training

You will not have a hard time teaching a Black Golden Doodle basic obedience and potty training. This dog is intelligent and responds well to positive reinforcements. 

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Goldendoodle dog Black food and diet

A good quality dog food with the right balance of protein, carbohydrates, and fats is recommended.

The quantity depends on the size and lifestyle of your Black Goldendoodle, so check with a veterinarian about  the right amount of food for your dog. 

Black Goldendoodle health issues 

As a designer breed, a Black Goldendoodle is considered healthier due to the concept of health vigor.

Still, this breed can inherit some of the health problems of her purebred parents such as these five (5): 

Hip Dysplasia 

More common among medium to large Black Goldendoodles, hip dysplasia is an orthopedic issue that stemmed from the abnormal growth in the hip joint. 


A neurological disorder that causes seizures lasting not more than 5 minutes. It is thought to be caused by an abnormality in the brain. 

Skin Problems

Both the parents of a Black Goldendoodle are prone to skin problems that can be allergic reactions to a change in temperature, food, or mites. 


An endocrine disorder wherein the Black Goldendoodle does not produce enough thyroid hormones for proper metabolic functions. 

Eye Problems 

The Golden Retriever parent is prone to eye problems like progressive retinal atrophy, cataracts, and Golden Retriever Uveitis or GRPU. 

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Black Goldendoodle lifespan

The average life expectancy of a Black Goldendoodle is from 10 to 15 years. 

Black Goldendoodle price 

So, how much is a Black Goldendoodle? Are Black Goldendoodles cheaper than other colors of Goldendoodles?

The Black and white Goldendoodle price is between $2,000 and $5,000.

The Black Goldendoodle puppy price is not cheaper, in fact, since it is hard to produce an all Black Goldendoodle. Therefore, the Black Goldendoodle cost is higher compared with other colors of Goldendoodles. 

Black Goldendoodle rescue 

Breed-specific rescue centers are possible places to find Black Goldendoodles. Check out Doodle Rock Recuse ( located in Texas. Founded in 2017, its mission is to rehome abused and neglected Doodles. 

Black Goldendoodle adoption 

Don’t feel sad if you cannot afford to buy a Black Goldendoodle yet from a reputable breeder. There are adoption centers where you might find Black Goldendoodles at a more affordable price. Visit the webpage of Doodle Dandy Rescue ( in Texas. 

Black Goldendoodle breeder

When looking for Black Goldendoodle breeders near me, one of the traits to look for Black Goldendoodle breeders is the breeder’s willingness to explain to you the different generations of Black Goldendoodles, more so if you’re an allergy sufferer.

This is because the F1B and F1BB Black Goldendoodles are the low shedding Goldendoodles. Thus, the Black Goldendoodle breeder should help you decide which Black Goldendoodle generation suits you and your family. 

Black Goldendoodle puppy

An 8 week old Black Goldendoodle is the best time to bring home a Black puppy Goldendoodle. By this time, a Goldendoodle puppy Black has already been administered with the initial shots of core vaccines namely distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvovirus , and parainfluenza.

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All puppies including Black Golden Doodle puppies are curious about their new surroundings. They would chew on anything and this is why puppy-proofing your home is critical.

Goldendoodle puppies Black would also need a quiet place to rest, nutritious food for healthy growth and development and toys for mental stimulation

If you’re looking for a doggy bed that is chew-proof and that is flea and mold-resistant, it’s best to go with an elevated pet bed like the one here:

Plus, during the first few days of the Black golden Doodle puppy in your home, it’s natural for it to feel threatened by new sights, sounds, and faces.

Create a calm environment so that your new fur baby will feel secure and safe. After a few months, your dog will become a full grown Black Goldendoodle puppy who’d give you and your family  unconditional love that knows no boundaries. 

Black and white Goldendoodle puppies

Goldendoodle puppies Black and white are not easy to find because this color combination is not easy to produce. Black and white Goldendoodle puppy can be produced by crossbreeding a Golden Retriever with a parti Poodle which is 50% white and 50% black.  

Places to find Black Goldendoodle puppies for sale 

A Black Goldendoodle puppy for sale is a rare find, hence, once you’ve found a breeder that may have Black Goldendoodle puppies for sale near me, it’s a good idea to include your name in the waitlist.

This is because a lot of interested buyers wait for an average of 6 months.

Here are some breeders to consider in your neck of the woods: 

Black Goldendoodle puppies for sale UK 

The breeder at Cheristone Doodles ( sells health-tested Goldendoodle puppies for sale. 

Black and white Goldendoodle puppies for sale

You can go to Moss Creek Goldendoodles ( in Florida for Black and white Goldendoodles. 

Black and white mini Goldendoodle puppies for sale

Visit the webpage of Golden Stars ( for available mini Black and white Goldendoodle. 

Black mini Goldendoodle puppies for sale

Still searching for mini Black Goldendoodle puppies for sale? Then check out Crockett Doodles ( for cute miniature Black Goldendoodle puppies for sale. Puppy delivery is available within the USA. 

Black Goldendoodle puppies Michigan

If you’re based in Michigan and still on the lookout for Black Goldendoodle puppies near me, then try Black Mountain Goldendoodles (

Finding a healthy Black Goldendoodle for sale

If you’re more inclined in looking for adult Black Goldendoodles for sale, we’ve listed some breeders whom you can inquire about for the availability of Black Goldendoodles. 

Black mini Goldendoodle for sale 

If you’re from the USA searching for a Black mini Goldendoodle for sale near me, go to Strong Oaks Goldendoodles ( for a mini Black Goldendoodle for sale. The breeder may have retired dogs for sale. 

Mini Goldendoodle Black for sale Canada

Black mini Goldendoodles for sale could be available at Mini Golden Doodle Puppies ( in Toronto, Canada. 

Black and white Goldendoodle for sale CA 

Black and white Goldendoodles for sale are hopefully available at Coastland Goldendoodles ( in Ventura, CA. 

Black and white mini Goldendoodle for sale UK 

If you’re based in the UK and looking for Black Goldendoodle for sale near me, try BodeliciousDoodles ( for possible adults for sale. 

Black Goldendoodles for sale near me Texas

For Texas residents looking for Black Goldendoodle near me, go to Shady Oaks Goldendoodles (

Black Lab Golden Doodle Mix

Black Lab Goldendoodle mix is a cross between a Black Labrador and a Goldendoodle. The sizes of Goldendoodle Black Lab mix puppies differ because Poodles come in different sizes.

For Goldendoodle Black Lab mix, visit the webpage of Bay Area Goldendoodles ( to see if they have Black Lab and Goldendoodle Mix dogs for sale.

The other option is to go to Colorado Golden Doodlebugs ( for possible Goldendoodle and Black Lab mix. 

Black Goldendoodle: Pros and Cons 

In a nutshell, here are the traits of a Black Goldendoodle to help you decide if you will get one or not. 

Pros Cons 
SweetNeeds moderate forms of exercise
Playful Needs mental stimulation 
Family-friendly Requires frequent grooming 
Not aggressive Tends to suffer from separation anxiety 
Does not bark a lot Prone to hip dysplasia 
Low shedders Not a good guard dog 

Is the Black Goldendoodle right for me?

A Black Goldendoodle is a pleasant dog to live with. She does not shed a lot making her an ideal companion for allergic people. Just promise her to give some physical activities once a day and she’ll be a happy fellow that can live peacefully with anyone, regardless of age. 

Related Questions

Are Black Goldendoodles good dogs?

Definitely yes! Black Goldendoodles are good dogs. They have a calm personality and is easy to train.

What is the rarest color of Goldendoodle?

Gray or grey is the rarest color of Goldendoodles.

Are Black Goldendoodles healthy?

Yes, Black Goldendoodles are healthy because crossbreeding a Poodle and a Golden Retriever reduces the possibility of being prone to some of the common breed-specific diseases. 

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