Goldendoodle Shedding

June 22, 2018

Ask any dog owner or prospective dog owner what traits they look for or like in a pet, chances are you’ll find low-shedding high on their list. The Goldendoodle’s low-shedding coat is, in fact, one of the reasons why it’s so popular.

Shedding refers to the process in which dogs lose old or damaged hair. The amount and frequency of hair that is shed depend on the dog’s health and breed. By comparison, the Goldendoodle sheds less than most dog breeds.

Thanks to advances in genetic testing, breeders can now test for coat traits that determine whether a dog is more less apt to shed. There are three important coat traits. The first is curl. A trait which comes from the Poodle parent, Goldendoodles with curly hair shed a lot less than those with wavy or straight hair.

Then you have furnishings. Furnishings refer to the bushy eyebrows and moustache that characterise Poodles. Golden Retrievers don’t have furnishings. The third trait is shedding. There is an actual shedding gene that breeders can test for.

Do Golden Retrievers shed more than Poodles?

The short answer is yes. The Golden Retriever and the Poodle are complete opposites when it comes to shedding. Golden Retrievers shed profusely. Daily brushing is recommended to get some of the loose hair out of the coat. As a breed that sheds minimally, the Poodle, on the other hand, is a good choice for people suffering from allergies.

Do first generation Goldendoodles shed?

Being half Golden Retriever, which is a highly shedding breed, and half Poodle, a breed known for their low-shedding coat, first generation Goldendoodles shed less than a retriever but more than a Poodle.

Do F1B Goldendoodles shed?

Crossing a first generation Goldendoodle back with a poodle will give you an F1B Goldendoodle. By virtue of it being more Poodle than retriever (75% Poodle, 25% retriever ), it sheds very little.

Do F2 Goldendoodles shed?

Second generation Goldendoodles (F2) are genetically the most varied generation possible. As a result, F2 Goldendoodle shedding varies greatly from shedders to non-shedders.

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cindy
cindy
November 16, 2015 4:30 pm

cute photos you have posted but some of them are not teddy bear puppies

Gerardo
Gerardo
March 1, 2016 12:29 am

How much for each dog

Julie
Julie
May 25, 2016 10:41 pm

Love teacups…I am a first time owner. Thinking mix of maltese and shitzu…but not sure what to look for to make sure it is in good health. A breeder contacted me and had what I am looking for…but she said it was the runt…and will be tiny.

Your website impressed me…please contact me. How much too…curious on price.

Susan Murray
Susan Murray
June 30, 2016 10:57 am

So adorable! Do you have any available?

Rochelle jordan
August 30, 2016 5:09 am

Hello want buy look teddy bears picture send email xxxxxxxxxxx thank u

Connie Carrigg
November 23, 2015 12:18 am

I am interested in a teddy bear dog, I live in Barrie,Ont. Where can I find one in Ontario? How much do these dogs cost?I want a pup from a good breeder! i want a happy pup with no health issues,de-wormed,first shots and at least eight weeks with Mom. I read this is the right time to adopt!

Serious,
Connie RN,

Shamika
Shamika
December 1, 2015 2:28 am

I’m looking to bye a Teddy bear puppy for Christmas

Mariana Darida
Mariana Darida
December 23, 2015 11:58 am

Can you please let us know where are you located I am very interested to have one of your puppies .I prefer a female. Please let us know .
We live in Chicago .

Mary Battle
Mary Battle
December 29, 2015 5:25 am

I am interested in a teddy bear puppy, I’d like some information and prices.

Dolores
Dolores
January 11, 2016 6:54 pm

I live in Englewood fl where can I get one