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14+ Realities That New Goldendoodle Owners Must Accept

The temperament, borrowed from the Golden Retrievers (Goldens), characterizes the Goldendull as a companion dog, as indicated by its playful, kind, and inquisitive nature. Activity and sociability make this breed a central element in the home. This is evidenced by her desire for communication and attention.

Unfortunately, such good-naturedness of the Goldoodle, as in the case of the Golden Retrievers, negatively affected the quality of the guard, making them unimportant “defenders of the house.” The patience of this breed knows no boundaries, therefore, in families with small children, it is a nanny dog, whose kindness will not allow to harm the child. This same quality allows her to coexist peacefully with other pets at home.

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