White Goldendoodle: Complete Guide

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Goldendoodles come in a variety of shades and sizes because of their Poodle heritage. And, one of the more adorable and uncommon color variations is the White Goldendoodle.

The White Goldendoodle is a designer dog that is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a White Poodle. Their wavy white coats together with their jolly and friendly demeanor make them a popular choice for Goldendoodle enthusiasts.

Similar to the Black Goldendoodle and the other Doodles breeds, the White Goldendoodle is a charming Golden Retriever mix that might be a great addition to your family.

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White Goldendoodle: Breed overview 

White Goldendoodles
White Golden Doodle
Other NamesWhite Groodle
AKC Recognized No 
SizeSmall – Large 
Weight12 – 90 pounds 
Height 11 – 24 inches 
Coat Colors White 
Child FriendlinessHigh
Canine FriendlinessHigh
Training DifficultyModerate 
Grooming UpkeepModerate 
Exercise Needs Moderate – High 
Health Moderate 
Lifespan 12 – 16 years 
Puppy Costs $2,500 – $4,000

Can Goldendoodles be White?

Yes, Goldendoodles can be white and this is achieved by crossing a White Poodle with a pale-coated or cream Golden Retriever.

Are White Goldendoodles rare?

Golden Doodle White
White curly Goldendoodle

Yes, White Goldendoodles with a pure white coat are rare because the Poodle is the sole carrier of the white coat gene.

Two recessive alleles are needed to have a white coat for which the Golden Retriever does not carry. 

White Goldendoodles are typically produced through back-cross generations either as F1b, F1bb, or F2b Goldendoodles.

What is a White Goldendoodle called?

A White Goldendoodle is sometimes referred to as the White Groodle.

What is a White English Goldendoodle?

English White Goldendoodle is a cross between the European-style Golden Retriever that has a shorter, wavier coat and the White Poodle.

White English cream Goldendoodle has a cream or off-white coat that is similar to a Labradoodle.

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

No, White Golden Doodles are not recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) or any of the purebred dog registries since they are a hybrid with no breed standard.

White Golden Doodle physical appearance 

Goldendoodle White
White Golden Doodle puppy

White Goldendoodles generally have rounded skulls, wide muzzles, oval-shaped eyes, floppy ears that hang close to the face, and long feathery tails. 

Some White Goldendoodles do not exhibit an all-white color. In fact, it is much more common to see a cream-colored Goldendoodle with White spots or Goldendoodle with White markings, such as a Goldendoodle with White paws or a Goldendoodle White chest.

Goldendoodles with White markings on the face, legs, and body with an overall light-colored coat are also possible.

White Goldendoodles can also come in a variety of sizes since the Poodle has 4 different sizes. So, you would also see a standard or mini Goldendoodle with White markings.

Another coat variation is a Goldendoodle White with brown spots. White Goldendoodle with brown spots has a predominantly white coat with irregular brown spots on the body, ears, face, and legs.

Albino Goldendoodle

Albino Goldendoodle is not technically white in color, but only appears white due to the absence of pigmentation.

It is a genetic condition wherein the nose and paws also have no pigmentation exhibiting a light pinkish shade and an eye color that is pale.

Why is my Goldendoodle turning White?

Some Goldendoodle owners may wonder why is my Goldendoodle’s hair turning white. This is because some Goldendoodles inherited the Poodle gene that causes progressive fading of the coat.

So, it is possible for a light-colored or cream-colored Goldendoodle turning White as they age, which usually starts at around 2 to 3 months of age and gradually lightens as they mature.

Popular color variations of the White Goldendoodles

White Goldendoodles, aside from being completely white, can also come in combination with other colors such as black, red, apricot, and brown. 

White parti Goldendoodle

White parti Goldendoodle has a coat that is at least 50% white with solid-colored patches of another color.

Can Goldendoodles be black and White?

Is it possible or can a Goldendoodle be black and White? Yes, it is possible but getting a 50/50 black-and-white combination can be hard to achieve.

Are black and White Goldendoodles rare?

Yes, black and White Goldendoodles are rare because it is hard for the black and white color to appear even if you cross a black and white parti Poodle with a Golden Retriever.

Black and White Goldendoodle

White and black Golden Doodle or black and White Golden Doodle presents with a predominantly white coat with some black patches on the coat.

The solid black patches in a Goldendoodle black and White or White and black Goldendoodle are found on the face, ears, chest, paws, and legs. 

Golden Doodle black and White or black and White Golden Doodles are a variation of the Parti Goldendoodle.

Some Goldendoodle White and black can be classified as tuxedo black and White Goldendoodle. Black and White tuxedo Goldendoodle has a white color concentrated around the chest and legs, making them look as if they are wearing a tuxedo.

Producing a tuxedo Goldendoodle black and White is not easy since crossing a Parti Poodle with a Golden Retriever will result in unpredictable coloring, so they usually command a high price.

Some Golden Doodle White and black may have a dominant black color with some white small white spots known as an abstract pattern, and other black and White Goldendoodles will mainly have a white coat with some irregular black patches.

Goldendoodles black and White or a black White Goldendoodle also has different size variations. There are black and White mini Goldendoodle or mini Goldendoodle black and White. 

There is also the standard, toy, and teacup black and white Goldendoodle aside from the mini black and White Goldendoodle.

Black and White parti Goldendoodle 

Black White parti Goldendoodle presents with at least a 50% white coat color with some solid black patches.

Black and White spotted Goldendoodle

This variation presents with a white predominant coat that has some irregular black spots scattered throughout the coat.

Brown black and White Goldendoodle

This variation mainly has a white coat with solid black patches on the body and face together with some small brown markings on the eyebrows or paws.

Brown and White Goldendoodle

Goldendoodle White and brown
White and brown Goldendoodle

A White and brown Goldendoodle or Goldendoodle White and brown presents with either a white or brown predominant color. 

Brown and White Golden Doodles with at least 50% white coverage are another variation of the Parti Goldendoodle.

The brown patches in this Goldendoodle brown and White variation are usually found in the head and back, while the white patches in the brown and White Golden Doodle center around the neck, chest, and legs.

Brown and White Goldendoodles can also have a brown predominant color. The white patches in this White brown Goldendoodle can be scattered irregularly throughout the body.

Sizes also vary for this color combination. There is the mini Goldendoodle White and brown or brown and White mini Goldendoodle that has an average height of 13 to 17 inches. Other size variations include the standard, toy, and teacup.

As with most Goldendoodles, the Mini Goldendoodle brown and White is moderately hypoallergenic due to their Poodle heritage.

White and brown mini Goldendoodle that have an F1b generation, or more specifically, a cross between a Poodle and a Goldendoodle will be more hypoallergenic compared to a first-generation Goldendoodle.

Brown and White parti Goldendoodle

The Brown and White parti Goldendoodle is a variation with a coat that is at least 50% white.

Chocolate brown and White Goldendoodle

The chocolate brown and White Goldendoodle is a variation with a white and rich brown coat color combination.

Red and White Goldendoodle 

Goldendoodle red and White or red White Goldendoodle presents with at least 50% white coat with a secondary red color. 

The red patches in a red and White Golden Doodle or White and red Goldendoodle appear on the head and back, while the white patches around the chest, neck, and legs. 

A cute variety of this color is the mini Goldendoodle red and White or red and White mini Goldendoodle that is perfect for small apartment living.

Red and White parti mini Goldendoodle similarly has at least 50% white coat coverage with the red color centered mostly around the back and face.

Red and White abstract Goldendoodle

Variation with more than 50% red coverage on the coat with some white mismarking.

Red and White parti Goldendoodle

Variation with more than 50% white coverage and some patches of red.

Red and White tuxedo Goldendoodle

Coat variation with white patches on the chest, chin, and legs.

Apricot and White Goldendoodle

White and apricot Goldendoodle presents with a predominantly white coat with apricot patches on the head, ears, muzzle, and back.

Some would call the Goldendoodle apricot and White a White and Tan Goldendoodle because of the light brown color.

Variations in sizes include the standard, toy, teacup, and the apricot and White mini Goldendoodle.

Apricot and White parti Goldendoodle

An apricot and White parti Goldendoodle has a coat with at least 50% white coverage and some apricot patches.

Chocolate and White Goldendoodle

The chocolate and White Goldendoodle has a coat with dark brown color with white patches on the face, belly, body, and paws.

Chocolate and White parti Goldendoodle

A Chocolate and White parti Goldendoodle has a coat with at least 50% white coverage with some patches of chocolate color.

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Cream and White Goldendoodle

The Cream and White Goldendoodle has a cream color coat with white patches on the belly, face, and paws.

Cream and White parti Goldendoodle

A Cream and White parti Goldendoodle has a cream and white coat with at least 50% white coverage.

Tan and White Goldendoodle 

White and tan Goldendoodle is similar to the White and Apricot Goldendoodle.

Gold and White Goldendoodle

White and gold Goldendoodle has a golden coat with patches of white on the face, belly, and legs.

Grey and White Goldendoodle

White and grey Goldendoodle or Goldendoodle grey and White has a gray coat with white patches.

The white patches in a gray and White Goldendoodle appear on the face, belly, and legs.

Goldendoodle gray and White, similar to other white combinations, are typically found among generations higher than F1.

Golden Doodle White coat types and textures

Brown and White Goldendoodle puppy
White Goldendoodle with brown spots

Golden Doodle White comes in 3 coat types, namely, curly, wavy, and straight. The curly and wavy types are the most common while it is rare to see a White Golden Doodle with a straight coat.

White Goldendoodle straight coat

White Goldendoodle with a straight coat is commonly seen among reverse Goldendoodle generations that have been bred back to a Golden Retriever.

The White Doodle dog’s coat color is also more cream than white.

White curly Goldendoodle

White Doodle dogs with curly coats have the densest and thickest coat type. They are the most hypoallergenic of the three (3) coat types having more of the Poodle’s coat quality.

Wavy White Goldendoodle dog

Coat has a less curly and lighter texture. 

Goldendoodle White grooming and cleaning

Goldendoodle white dogs are high-maintenance furry companions when it comes to grooming. If their coats are not well-cared for, they will form knots that are very hard to untangle.

So, here are some tips on how to take care of the beautiful coat of a White Goldendoodle.


A slicker brush is a must-have for White Goldendoodle owners like you. It’s a tool that removes knots and tangles efficiently.

It also helps to use a pin and bristle brush because the pin brush side removes debris and dead skin while the bristle side brings out a nice shine to the coat of a Goldendoodle white dog. 


Goldendoodle is an active designer dog breed that enjoys playing and rolling on the grass. To remove dirt and mud from the coat, give your Fido a nice bath using a gentle and organic dog shampoo

It’s important to note that you should only bathe your Goldendoodles once a month. It’s best to avoid bathing them frequently because doing so can dry out their skin and coat and this can lead to dry skin, irritation, itchiness, and inflammation.

If your Goldendoodles get dirty after a long walk, you can simply use doggie wipes to wipe down their coat, paws, face, and behind.

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Teeth Brushing 

When cleaning their teeth and gums, be sure to use a soft-bristled dog toothbrush and an enzymatic dog toothpaste to remove any tartar and plague buildup as well as keep their breath fresher. 

Nail Trimming 

Another grooming routine is to keep their nails short. Don’t neglect your dog’s nails. Otherwise, these can cause discomfort and infection.

Many K9 owners will use a dog clipper.

However, if you’re afraid that you might accidentally cut the quick or your know that your precious Goldendoodle is sensitive to the clipping sound, try using a dog nail grinder which features quiet-motor, is more precise, and is highly recommended by many veterinarians.

Ear/Eye Cleaning

To clean the eyes, get a moist cotton ball to remove eye boogers as well as wipe off eye stains.

You can also use eye/ear dog wipes that are safe to use even for the most sensitive dogs. 

Grooming Needs Grooming Frequency
Brushing2-3x weekly
Bathing1x monthly
Teeth Brushing3x weekly
Nail Trimming As needed 
Ear/Eye Cleaning Check weekly 

White Goldendoodle haircuts 

Glam up your white Goldendoodle by trying out some of these eye-catching haircuts. 

Teddy bear White Goldendoodle cut

The hair is trimmed all over to about 1 to 2 inches long which softens the face and makes it look like a teddy bear. The head is usually shaped and rounded for a cuter appearance. 

Lamb cut

The coat is trimmed shorter except for the legs for a puffier appearance. Some owners prefer the ears to be kept long for a more sassy look. 

Are all White Goldendoodle hypoallergenic? 

Most White Goldendoodles are cross-back generations that has more of the Poodle’s coat texture making them more likely to be hypoallergenic. 

If you or anyone in your family is sensitive to dog allergens, it is a good idea to invest in an air purifier with HEPA filters. You can place one in each room or throughout your home.

We highly recommend the air purifier with HEPA filter because they help to reduce dust, dog dander, dust mites, loose hairs, germs, and odor in your home which can trigger an allergic reaction in sensitive people.

Do White Goldendoodle shed? 

White Goldendoodles shed very minimally throughout the year since they have more of the Poodle’s wavy or curly coat.

However, allergic sufferers who are very sensitive to even tiny amounts of hair can benefit from using a vacuum cleaner that can easily get rid of most dog dander, fur, dust, and dust mites.

With my family of two dogs, we trust the Miele vacuum cleaner which can easily transition between hardwood floors and carpet and features six different suction power settings so you can vacuum hard to reach places.

White Golden Doodles size, height, and weight 

Depending on the size of the Poodle, a White Goldendoodle can come in 4 different sizes:

  • Standard 
  • Miniature
  • Toy
  • Teacup

White standard Goldendoodle 

White standard Goldendoodle is a large White Goldendoodle that can weigh over 40 pounds. They typically reach their mature size between 12 and 16 months old.

White miniature Goldendoodle

Slightly smaller than a standard or big White Goldendoodle, the White Miniature Goldendoodle is typically a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Miniature Poodle.

White toy Goldendoodle

White toy Goldendoodle is smaller than the White medium Goldendoodle with a height range of 10 to 16 inches. 

White teacup Goldendoodle

A White teacup Goldendoodle can weigh as little as 7 pounds. Many Goldendoodle owners joke that this small White Goldendoodle can easily fit in the size of their hand.

Full grown White Goldendoodle 

White Goldendoodle full grown size depends on the size of the Poodle parent. The height range of a full-grown White Goldendoodle is 8 to 26 inches weighing between 7 to 90 pounds.

Full grown black and White Goldendoodle 

Black and White Goldendoodle full grown height and weight depend on the size of their Poodle parentage. They can therefore range in height from 8 to 26 inches with a weight range of 7 to 90 pounds.

White full grown mini Goldendoodle 

White mini Goldendoodle full grown range in height between 15 to 17 inches at the withers and weighs between 15 and 35 pounds.

Full grown black and White parti Goldendoodle

A full-grown black and White parti Goldendoodle can range in size from standard to teacup ranging in height from 8 to 26 inches with a weight range of 7 to 90 pounds.

White mini Goldendoodle 

Mini Goldendoodle White or White miniature Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a White Miniature Poodle.

A White Goldendoodle mini or Goldendoodle mini White is one of the most common White Goldendoodles aside from the Standard White Goldendoodle. 

White miniature Goldendoodle puppies will typically reach their full adult size between 11 and 13 months of age. A good indicator that a White mini Goldendoodle puppy is still growing is to check if its paws appear oversized in relation to its legs.

Miniature White Goldendoodle or miniature Goldendoodle White can either have a straight or curly coat depending on their generation.

White mini Goldendoodles that are backcrossed to a White Poodle will have curlier coats and will not shed as much compared to a first-generation or F1 mini White Goldendoodle that may have a straighter coat.

White teacup Goldendoodle 

Teacup Goldendoodle White is the smallest size possible for a White Goldendoodle reaching a height of 8 to 13 inches with a weight of 7 to 10 pounds.

They are typically produced by crossing two Toy White Goldendoodle runts together.

White toy Goldendoodle 

Toy Goldendoodle White is a bit larger than the White Teacup Goldendoodle. They range in height between 10 and 16 inches and weigh between 10 and 25 pounds upon reaching maturity at around 8 to 11 months.

White Golden Doodle generations 

White Golden Doodle generations indicate whether they are bred from two purebred parents or bred from a purebred and a crossbreed. It can also indicate whether or not the White Goldendoodle is back-crossed to a purebred Poodle.

White F1 Goldendoodle

White F1 Goldendoodle is a result of crossbreeding a purebred Poodle and a Golden Retriever making them 50% Poodle and 50% Golden Retriever. 

White F1b Goldendoodle

F1b Goldendoodle White is the result of crossbreeding an F1 Goldendoodle with a purebred White Poodle giving them a genetic ratio of 75% Poodle and 25% Golden Retriever.

F1b mini Goldendoodle White

This variation is a crossbreed between an F1 Goldendoodle and a Miniature White Poodle.

F1b Goldendoodle black and White

Black and White F1b Goldendoodle is a crossbreed between an F1 Goldendoodle and a Black and White Poodle.

What is the personality of a White Goldendoodle?

White Goldendoodles have calm and easygoing personalities. They show no sign of aggression and usually don’t bark at people they are not familiar with making them unsuitable to be a watchdog.

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Do White Goldendoodles make good family dogs?

Yes, White Goldendoodles are very friendly and affectionate showing great patience with kids and other animals.

White Goldendoodles exercise requirement

White Goldendoodles are quite active that need around 1 to 2 hours of daily exercise that can be split into two sessions.

If you have a busy schedule, it is a good idea to let your Goldendoodle play outside in your backyard during the day. Simply walking, running, chasing, jumping and freely roaming around are all good forms of exercise.

Should you let your furry friends play outside, make sure your backyard is fully secure and fenced in.

We are aware that some towns or counties have zoning laws that prohibit putting up physical fences. If you live in one of these towns and would still like to let your four-legged friends play outside, don’t fret.

A great alternative would be to install a wireless dog fence, which is invisible, cost-efficient, and flexible to any and all types of terrains.

If your dogs love to head outside during the day to get some fresh air and sun, it is also a good idea to install an electronic dog door which is easy to install and you can set curfew hours.

This way, your pooch can play outside during the day while staying safe indoors at night.

White Goldendoodles training

White Goldendooodles are smart and very eager to please their owners making them highly trainable with the support of positive reinforcement.

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White Goldendoodles food and diet

A diet rich in proteins is the best for an active mixed breed like a white Goldendoodle. Giving treats like bananas and commercially-prepared dog treats are fine but in moderate amounts only. 

White Goldendoodles health issues 

Given that a white Goldendoodle is a product of two purebred dogs, it’s possible for the puppies to inherit some of the genetic diseases associated with the parents such as these 5:

1. Hip Dysplasia

A growth deformity in the hip joint, hip dysplasia is when the ball and the socket grow at unequal rate. 

2. Epilepsy

A neurological disease where the affected dog experiences uncontrollable shaking or seizures. 

3. Patellar Luxation

This is an orthopedic problem that causes the kneecap to dislocate. 

4. Eye Diseases

Issues like cataracts and progressive retinal atrophy causes the affected dog to suffer from vision loss.

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5. Hyperthyroidism 

This is an endocrine disorder that is caused by the thyroid gland producing excessive hormones. 

If you want to know the specific health issues your White Goldendoodle may be most susceptible to, we highly recommend doing a dog DNA test for health dectection.

You can bring your pooch to the vet or get an at-home dog DNA test like the Embark dog DNA test breed and health kit where you can have it done at the comfort of your own home.

White Goldendoodles lifespan

The life expectancy of a white Groodle is 12 to 16 years

White Goldendoodle price 

Below is a table showing the average price of Goldendoodles in terms of color and size.

We also created a table to give you an idea regarding the expenses that come with dog ownership. 

Average prices of white Goldendoodles 

Goldendoodle color/sizeAverage price 
Goldendoodle White price$2,500 – $4,000
Black and white Goldendoodle price $2,000 – $3,000
White mini Goldendoodle price $2,500 – $4,500

Expenses that are associated with dog ownership 

Type of Expenses Average CostFind it here:
Food and treats$75 – $150Puppy and dog food
Feeding bowls $15 – $30Doggy bowls
Doggie bed$20 – $40Doggy beds
Dog crate$40 – $150Dog Crate
Collar and leash$10 – $30Dog collar
Toys $15 – $45Dog toys
Grooming Supplies $20 – $50Grooming Supplies
Total $195 – $495

White Goldendoodle breeder

As an assurance to the buyers, reputable and ethical breeders show proof of good health of the puppies and their parents.

It’s not unusual for these breeders to conduct a DNA test of the puppies to rule out any genetic disease. 

White Goldendoodle puppy 

It is possible for White Golden Doodle puppies to carry the piebald gene that causes deafness.

White Goldendoodle puppies may suffer from Cochleo Saccular Deafness which can affect either one or both ears of Goldendoodle puppies White.

A White Golden Doodle puppy will begin to have hearing issues as early as 2 weeks of age. Thus, a deaf Goldendoodle White puppy will be harder to train than colored Goldendoodles. 

White mini Goldendoodle puppies 

Are you wondering if mini Goldendoodle puppies White are louder than their larger counterpart?

Yes, smaller dogs like a mini Goldendoodle puppy White tend to be yappy so be ready to hear a lot of ows-ows from this little one. 

Black and White Goldendoodle puppies 

Goldendoodle puppies black and White are hard to produce because only the Poodle parent carries the black gene.

This is especially true if you are aspiring to have a 50% black and 50% white black and White Goldendoodle puppy which is also called Tuxedo Goldendoodles. 

Brown and White Goldendoodle puppy

Both the brown Goldendoodle and the pure white Goldendoodle are rare, hence finding this color combination may be a challenging task to do. 

Red and White Goldendoodle puppies

Red and white Goldendoodle puppies are also very difficult to find. In case you are lucky, don’t be surprised if the color red lightens as the puppy grows older. 

Places to find White Goldendoodle puppies for sale 

The purpose of this section is to provide you with links to reputable Goldendoodle breeders who may have the color you’re aspiring for such as a White Goldendoodle puppy for sale.

If you are based in the USA and still searching for White Goldendoodle puppies for sale near me, go to Coastland Goldendoodles (coastlandgoldendoodles.com) in Ventura, California. 

Black and White Goldendoodle puppies for sale 

Teddy Bear Goldendoodles (teddybeargoldendoodles.com) have black and White mini Goldendoodle puppies for sale.

Brown and White Goldendoodle puppies for sale 

The breeder at Moss Creek Goldendoodles (mosscreekgoldendoodles.com/goldendoodle_puppies.php) provides buyers with a 2-year puppy warranty. 

Red and White Goldendoodle puppies for sale 

Try to go to Platinum Goldies (platinumgoldendoodles.com/apricot-goldendoodle-red-goldendoodles-goldendoodle-puppies) for possible Red and White Goldendoodle puppies for sale. 

Finding a healthy White Goldendoodle for sale 

An adult Goldendoodle White for sale may not be as easy to come by.

So, if you’re looking for White Goldendoodles for sale near me, we have a shortlist of breeders who may have White Goldendoodles for sale.

If you’re in the US, this section will help you locate White Goldendoodle for sale near me. 

Black and White Goldendoodle for sale 

For black and White Goldendoodles for sale, check out Breezy Hollow Puppies (breezyhollowpuppies.com/texas-goldendoodles) for black and White mini Goldendoodle for sale.

Red and White Goldendoodle for sale 

You can also visit the webpage of Sunshine Acres Goldendoodles (doodlepuppy.com/red-goldendoodle-puppies-for-sale)

White mini Goldendoodle for sale 

If you’re looking for mini Goldendoodles, try visiting Purebred Pups (purebredpups.com/dogs/breeds/miniature-goldendoodle)

White Goldendoodle: Pros and Cons 

To summarize, here’s what to expect from a white Groodle. 

Pros Cons 
Smart Difficult to groom
Sociable Active 
Sweet Tends to suffer from separation anxiety 
Shedding is not as heavy May show some stubborn behaviors 
Playful Can get destructive if left alone 
Witty Prone to obesity 

Is the White Goldendoodle right for me?

A white Goldendoodle is a good-natured dog that can co-exist peacefully with everybody. But do give this dog daily physical and mental stimulations, otherwise, boredom can turn into incessant chewing of your things around your home. 

Related Questions

What is the rarest color of Goldendoodle?

Blue is one of the rarest colors along with silver and gray.

How much is a White Goldendoodle?

The average price of a White Goldendoodle is from $2,500 to $4,000.

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