About the Breed

Mini Golden Doodles are a wonderful hybrid breed!

They are a cross between Poodle and Golden Retriever!

The fur coat of the Mini Golden Doodle dog is typically shaggy to curly or somewhere in between. Most are non-shedding, and allergy friendly. They are excellent pets – loveable, faithful, easily trained. They love to excel in games.
Mini Golden Doodles – Colors can be black, silver, and all shades of red, gold or tan.
They adapt well to most lifestyles, whatever your lifestyle requires they will become.
Since Mini Golden Doodles are so trainable, they are used for many important jobs, such as guide dogs for blind people, drug or bomb sniffing at airports, or helping rescue people from water accidents, earthquakes and other natural disasters.
The Mini Golden Doodle retriever’s intelligence makes it a versatile breed and allows it to fill a variety of roles, such as hearing dog for the deaf, guide dog, hunting dog, detection dog and search and rescue participant.

Seeing that our Mini Golden Doodle puppies are the results of cross – breeding of a Golden Retriever and Poodle you may want to read the traits of these breeds:

Traits and description of the Golden Retriever
The Golden Retrievers' intelligence makes it a versatile breed and allows it to fill a variety of roles – common ones being 'guide dog for the blind', hearing dog for the deaf, hunting dog, detection dog, and and search and rescue participant. The breed's friendly, gentle temperament means it is unsuited to being a professional guard dog, but its temperament has also made it the third most popular family dog (by registration) in the United States, the fifth most popular in Australia, and the eighth most popular in the United Kingdom. Golden Retrievers are rarely choosy eaters, but require ample exercise (of two or more hours a day). The breed is fond of play but also highly trainable! A Golden Retriever from Texas holds the world record for the most tennis balls held in the mouth by a dog when gathering balls as a game. The temperament of the Golden Retriever is a hallmark of the breed, and is described in the standard as "kindly, friendly and confident". Golden Retrievers make good family pets, particularly as they are patient with children. They are not "one man dogs" and are generally equally amiable with both strangers and those familiar to them. Their trusting, gentle disposition makes them a poor . Any form of unprovoked aggression or hostility towards either people, dogs or other animals, whether in the show ring or community, is considered unacceptable in a Golden Retriever and is not in keeping with the character of the breed. Nor should a Golden Retriever be unduly timid or nervous. the typical Golden Retriever is calm, naturally intelligent and biddable, and with an exceptional eagerness to please. Golden Retrievers are also noted for their intelligence. The breed is one of the brightest dogs ranked by obedience-command trainability. Typical Golden Retrievers are active and fun-loving animals with the exceptionally patient demeanour befitting a dog bred to sit quietly for hours in a Adult Golden Retrievers love to work, and have a keen ability to focus on a given task. They will work until they collapse, so care should be taken to avoid overworking them. Other characteristics related to their hunting heritage are a size suited for scrambling in and out of boats and an inordinate love for water. Golden Retrievers are exceptionally trainable—due to their intelligence, athleticism and desire to please their handlers—and excel in obedience trials. They are also very competitive in agility and other performance events. Harsh training methods are unnecessary, as Golden Retrievers often respond very well to positive and upbeat training styles. Golden Retrievers are compatible with other dogs, cats and most livestock. They are particularly valued for their high level of sociability towards people, calmness, and willingness to learn. Because of this, they are commonly used as guide dogs mobility assistance dogs, and search and rescue dogs. They are also known to become excellent surrogate mothers to different species. Kittens and even tiger cubs from zoos are well taken care of by them. In some cases, a retriever may produce milk for her adopted young, though she may not have been pregnant or nursing recently. The Golden Retriever's eagerness to please has made it a consistent, top performer in the obedience and agility rings. Its excellent swimming ability makes it proficient at dock jumping. A natural retrieving ability means it is also competitive in fly ball and field trials. The first three dogs ever to achieve the AKC Obedience Champion title were Golden Retrievers; the first of the three was a female named 'Ch. Moreland's Golden Tonka'. Since Golden Retrievers are so trainable, they are used for many important jobs, such as guide dogs for blind people, drug or bomb sniffing at airports, or helping to rescuing people from earthquakes and other natural disasters. This breed is also used in water rescue/lifesaving.
Traits of Miniature Silver Poodle
If you're looking for a beautiful dog with incredible intelligence, you need look no further than the Silver Miniature Poodle. These dogs are favoured by many people as companions, show dogs and for agility trials. This breed has originated in France. Poodles a few centuries ago were hunters and retrievers. The word 'poodle' may be derived from The French word that literally means "likes to play in water". The Miniature Poodle as a whole is a very loyal, loving intelligent dog. That intelligence has made the Silver Miniature a favourite for shows, performances and tricks. These dogs quickly learn new things and are eager for a new challenge. They will usually be more than willing to enter into games, especially if they are learning new things as part of the play. This breed usually weighs ten to twelve pounds as an adult.