How smart is a Goldendoodle?

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The Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle (usually a Standard or Miniature).

At their best, they are intelligent, friendly, and affectionate.

Both of the breeds used to create Goldendoodles tend to be smart and learn quickly.

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While it is not common for the Goldendoodle to be aggressive or aloof, there are some instances where they can show these signs of aggression and discomfort around other dogs and peopleโ€ฆ One great way to do this is by rewarding them with treats when they behave positively to new people or dogs.
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Some Goldendoodles are hypoallergenic and most don't even shed, making them great for handlers with allergies, or those who want to avoid constantly picking up the vacuum.
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The Goldendoodle is not a watch dog, and he's generally not known to be noisyโ€ฆ Being a wonderful family companion, the Goldendoodle generally gets along well with children and does well with other dogs and family pets. The Goldendoodle is a very social dog who should not live away from his family.
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The Goldendoodle is a โ€œdesigner dog,โ€ a hybrid dog breed resulting from mixing the Poodle with the Golden Retriever. Like all other designer โ€œbreeds,โ€ this Doodle is not truly a breed of its own, but is a crossbreed โ€” and in this case, a cross that is enjoying growing popularity.
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Originally bred as a larger alternative to the already popular designer breed known as the Cockapoo, the Goldendoodle has proven to be an excellent family dog.

They're also versatile working dogs.

Goldendoodles can be very easy to train and are a good match for first-time or timid owners.

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Some dogs are also just a bit lazy. Just like humans, there are dogs that will be more difficult to coax off the couch. If your Goldendoodle is living the good life and snoozing and chilling, there is chance they are just built to be a little lazyโ€ฆ Dogs often get more low-energy as they age.
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F1B Goldendoodles will have a higher success rate for non-shedding and are recommended for families with moderate to severe allergies.

These puppies are very desirable for families that want a more golden-looking Goldendoodle that does not shed.

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