Flat, wavy, dense
Golden: Scotland, Poodle: France
Gold or other solids
Loyal, sociable, affectionate, playful
The Golden Doodle is an active, intelligent and elegant dog. They are squarely built,
well-proportioned, moving soundly and carrying themselves proudly. Golden Doodles
are large dogs, from light pale yellow to burning golden sunset colors. They have
generally flat or wavy fur that is medium length, furnishing featherings on the legs,
chest, and underbelly.
Golden Doodles are responsive, alert, well-mannered, and very playful. They do very
well with children and offer a high tolerance of them. They are intelligent, lively, quick to
mimic and learn. They are highly intelligent and very obedient. Poodles love to be
around humans and are not good for kenneling.
The story of the Golden Retriever is found in the recorded accounts of a man named Sir
Dudley Majoribanks (later known as Lord Tweedmouth) in England. Despite the claims
of several other countries, France has now been officially recognized as the country of
the Poodles origin though some authorities attribute Germany or Great Britain as their
country of origin.
A Golden Doodle is a cross-breed of a Golden
Retriever and a Standard Poodle and may
demonstrate any combination of traits from
those two breeds.