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What is the longest living goldendoodle?
Although it’s purely anecdotal, the general consensus seems to be that the oldest Goldendoodle is around seventeen years old.
Why do goldendoodles have so many problems?
They include hip dysplasia, a skin disease called sebaceous adenitis, a heart condition called subvalvular aortic stenosis, Addison’s disease, and eye diseases such as progressive retinal atrophy, cataracts and glaucoma.
Do goldendoodles live long?
Goldendoodles, which have been bred in North America since the 1990s, are ideal family pets with curious, kind, loyal, and loving personalities. Goldendoodle lifespan is around 10 to 15 years and is inherited from their golden retriever and poodle parent breeds.
What doodle has the longest lifespan?
What are the worst traits of a Goldendoodle?
Goldendoodle issues can include:
- Destructive behaviors like mouthing, nipping, chewing.
- Difficulty in house training.
- Not coming when called.
- Play biting.
Do Goldendoodles have less health problems?
Thanks to mixing two breeds together, Goldendoodles tend to have less breed-specific diseases than their parent breeds.
Are Goldendoodles hard to maintain?
Goldendoodles are low maintenance dogs, but they do require regular grooming. Consider professional grooming at least twice a year, and keep up with grooming in between visits.
Why do Goldendoodles go crazy?
Dog toys can provide intellectual stimulation and benefit from being ‘self exercise’ for a dog. If doodles are bored, they can become excited when something unusual happens, resulting in a crazy episode. Mental stimulation through toys can result in fewer overreactions and seemingly calmer behavior.