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Mini Goldendoodle Breed Information

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playful Mini Goldendoodle

Mini Goldendoodle puppies are a doodle breed mix of a Golden Retriever crossed with a Miniature Poodle. Mini Goldendoodle puppies inherit all the wonderful qualities their parents are known and loved for. They are highly intelligent, loyal, playful, and very friendly. These doodle puppies train well whether their trainer is a new or experienced owner. They also have a stunning appearance that blends the loveliest features of Poodles and Golden Retrievers. 

BREED TYPE / MIX Doodle Hybrid / Poodle crossed with a Golden Retriever ENERGY Moderate SHEDDING Minimum TRAINING Responsive TEMPERAMENT Affectionate, Intelligent, Loving, Social ADULT WEIGHT F1B: 20-35 lbsF1: 25-45 lbs ADULT HEIGHT 13-22 in LIFE SPAN 10-14 yrs


  • Goldendoodle mini is a mix of a purebred Golden Retriever crossed with a purebred Miniature Poodle 
  • The Mini Goldendoodle is also commonly known as the Groodle dog, Golden Poodle mix, and Golden Retriever Poodle mix 
  • Hypoallergenic Mini Goldendoodle qualities are best in F1b Mini Goldendoodles  
  • Playful Mini Goldendoodle temperament 
  • Mini Goldendoodle puppy training requires little effort as this breed is very responsive to its owner 
  • Mini Goldendoodle adult weight varies between 10 and 40 pounds depending on breed generation and parents 
  • Wide variety of Mini Goldendoodle colors 
  • Mini Goldendoodle shedding is minimal. F1b Mini Goldendoodles shed the least amount of hair 
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The Miniature Goldendoodle is a beautiful blend of Poodle and Golden Retriever. Its coat, colors, and features are a mix between the best traits its parents have to offer. Some common features among the Mini Goldendoodle breed include adorable floppy ears, dark eyes, a medium length muzzle, and a long-feathered tail. The coat of this breed is typically a mix of the coat types of the Poodle and the Golden Retriever. Mini Goldendoodles can have a curly, wavy, or straight coat texture.  

The Mini Goldendoodle size can vary in adult dogs depending on the dog’s lifestyle and breed generation. Typically, full-grown Mini Goldendoodles weigh between 20 and 45 pounds, with the smallest of the breed averaging between 15 and 30 pounds. F1b Mini Goldendoodles and Petite Mini Goldendoodles (toy) can weigh as little as 10 pounds during adulthood.  

Mini Goldendoodles also inherit the agility and sporty build of both their parents. They are strong, muscular, fast, and resilient dogs. 


Like their parents, Mini Goldendoodles have excellent temperaments. They are outgoing, gentle, and very friendly. One of the best things that these dogs inherit from both of their parents is their disposition towards assisting others. Both the Poodle and the Golden Retriever are renowned for their qualities when it comes to guiding, detecting, and assisting. They are two of the best breeds that are widely used for a variety of jobs. As the Goldendoodle’s history teaches, this breed was created to be a hypoallergenic guide dog, and like their larger counterparts, Mini Goldendoodles fit this bill as well. They are very receptive to their owners and have all the best qualities for therapy work. 

Mini Goldendoodle are also very sociable dogs that love to interact with others whether they are children, dogs, cats, or strangers. They get along very well with children and are known to lack destructive behaviors like nipping or reacting negatively during rougher play. They can work as watchdogs as well, barking at potential intruders if necessary, but they are not the best breed for guarding as their nature is much too friendly. 


Mini Goldendoodle Grooming

When it comes to grooming your Mini Goldendoodle, there are a few things to consider. Their hair length, coat type, shedding amount, and daily routines play a big part in helping you determine what their grooming needs are. If your Mini Goldendoodle has long hair much like the Golden Retriever, you will need to brush it daily or bi-daily. Mini Goldendoodles that have a similar coat to that of their Poodle parent can be brushed as rarely as once every week or so.  

Bathing is necessary monthly or bi-monthly to remove dust and debris from your dog’s coat. This will help keep your dog’s coat smooth, clean, and shiny. It is recommended to use dog shampoo and lukewarm water when bathing your Mini Goldendoodle. You can also bathe your dog sooner than every 4 weeks, if necessary, but this should not be done often as it can cause your dog to develop skin rashes and other problems. You will also need to brush your dog’s teeth regularly, as often as every day if possible is best.  

Mini Goldendoodle Exercise Needs

Mini Goldendoodles are active to moderately active dogs that have a long list of favorite things to do, especially when it comes to exercise. They love running, playing games of fetching, and hiking, among many other things that allow them to be on the move. As active dogs, adult Mini Goldendoodles can require as much as an hour of daily exercise with 2 or three walks and a few indoor games. You should walk your Mini Goldendoodle puppy 5 times a day for a few minutes each time and your Mini goldendoodle adult for at least two 20-minute walks. 

Mini Goldendoodle Health  

Mini Goldendoodles are healthy dogs that don’t usually encounter serious conditions during their lifetime. They are a mix of two healthy dogs that are known to come from a healthy bloodline. Neither the Golden Retriever nor the Poodle have very serious concerns when it comes to hereditary disease. Some health issues that may be present in their breeds are  hypothyroidism, ear infections, and allergies. These conditions can appear in Mini Goldendoodles but are generally very rare. 

Mini Goldendoodle Lifespan

Compared to their larger counterparts, Mini Goldendoodles have a longer life expectancy. Their lifespan is between 12 and 16 years with some reaching as much as 20 years of age. To ensure your dog lives well into its senior years, it is recommended to visit your local veterinarian for routine checkups as often as every few months. You should also ensure that your dog is exercised daily, groomed, and fed good quality food tailored for its age, size, and energy levels.  

Mini Goldendoodle Training

Mini Goldendoodle puppies are a fantastic breed to train, even for non-experienced dog owners. These dogs are not only impressively intelligent, but also driven to please their owners by any means. The training methods that offer the best result when training these puppies include positive reinforcement and reward-based motivation. In other words, praise and treat your puppy to delicious treats and they will do the rest. 

Early socialization is important for Mini Goldendoodles, even though they are among the friendliest dogs. Socialization provides your puppy with the right tools to become an adult dog to be proud of. They might be overly enthusiastic, especially as young puppies, which is why it’s important to provide interactions and experiences that will allow you to correct undesirable behaviors.  

Crate training is important if you want to provide your puppy with a sanctuary of its own as well as a place to sleep and spend some time during the day. Although crates are beneficial for several reasons, they can also cause more damage than good if training is not done properly. It is recommended to spend plenty of time near your puppy’s crate in the first few weeks and to never leave your puppy alone in the crate for extended periods of time while you are away. 


Goldendoodles are believed to be the second doodle breed/designer breed to be created by intentionally crossing two purebred dogs. These doodle dogs first appeared in 1969 when Goldendoodle breeders from the United States set out to create a hypoallergenic dog that could be used for guiding and assisting. Their smaller counterparts, the Miniature version of the breed, followed suit just a few years later. There are a few differences between standard and Mini Goldendoodles. The first difference, that is often the most obvious, is their size. Mini Goldendoodles are bred by crossing a Golden Retriever with a miniature Poodle. Another difference between the two is the purpose of their creation. The mini doodles were created to possess calmer temperaments and a more balanced personality that would allow them to be owned by city dwellers living in tight quarters.  

Since their debut, Mini Goldendoodles have been bred through multiple generations to enhance certain qualities. There are currently over 6 generations that Mini Goldendoodles can be found in, with three being the most popular: 

The first-generation Mini Goldendoodles – F1 – are bred by crossing a Mini Poodle with a Golden Retriever. These puppies are renowned for their excellent health, combination of physical traits inherited from both parents, and semi-hypoallergenic qualities. 

The second-generation Mini Goldendoodles – F1b – that are also commonly known as a first-generation backcross – are bred by crossing (or backcrossing) an F1 with a Miniature Poodle. These puppies have good health, excellent hypoallergenic qualities, and a lot of the Poodle’s and Retriever’s best personality traits. 

The third-generation Mini Goldendoodles – F2 – are bred by crossing two Mini Goldendoodles. These puppies are usually bred for specific traits like a specific coat color, hair type, size, or temperament.