Are goldendoodles hyper active?

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English goldendoodles have a lighter coat, are more laid-back, and have a stockier build.

Many breeders in the United States use field retrievers to produce their goldendoodles.

These retrievers are bred for field work and tend to be very lanky and hyper, and as a result they tend to produce hyper, lanky goldendoodles.

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Goldendoodles are one of the best family dog breeds. They're energetic and they love to play, but they aren't hyperactive. They are intelligent, loving, easy to train, easy going, and they get along well with everyone. Any dog that doesn't get to play will get restless, which can sometimes lead to behavioral problems.
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Border collies are notoriously energetic dogs. A hyperactive, exuberant nature is considered a breed trait, particularly noticed in the first half of a border collie's life span. But even a border collie can be TOO hyperactive, and such an instance might be a symptom of a more complex issue, such as separation anxiety.
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Labradoodles have a slightly higher energy level with a more reserved personality than Goldendoodles.

They also tend to be slightly stronger and more active than Goldendoodles.

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Beagles are active, curious dogs.

They are also hound dogs, so it's in their nature to roam.

Once past puppyhood, some Beagles seem to easily become overweight, so watch the caloric intake.

The beagle's life expectancy is about 12 years.

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Bulldogs are inactive indoors and don't require a great deal of exercise (although they must be walked every day to keep them from gaining weight). They are indoor dogs and prefer a relaxed lifestyle… Because of their pushed-in face, Bulldogs don't do well in extremely hot (or cold) weather.
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A Siberian husky has a lot of stamina which makes them a very active dog. They are very playful and also agile type of dog. A Siberian husky enjoys being on the outside. They like to exercise which makes them a great companion if you like to do some hiking, running and even camping and biking.
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Moderately active Rottweilers will appreciate a couple of 10- to 20-minute walks each day. They also enjoy playing with balls and going hiking. More energetic Rotties may need longer exercise times and more structured activities.
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