White mini Goldendoodle

White mini Goldendoodle

Goldendoodles are one of the world’s most popular hybrid dogs. The breed came into existence over 30 years ago in the United States, when a Golden Retriever was bred with a Poodle. The result was the perfect blend of both breeds, the Poodle coat, and the Retriever’s personality.

White Goldendoodle - Your Complete Breed Guide
White Goldendoodle – Your Complete Breed Guide

A White Goldendoodle is the resultant offspring of crossbreeding a White Standard Poodle and a pale-colored Golden Retriever. Not only do they inherit the Poodle’s hypoallergenic coat, but they also inherited the Golden Retriever’s love of children, which makes them a very popular choice for families on top of other interesting characteristics.

White Goldendoodle Full Grown
White Goldendoodle Full Grown

These dogs are incredibly smart and highly active dogs that are regarded as a designer breed. They are so popular because they’re hypoallergenic dogs with friendly and outgoing personalities. Keep reading to learn all about the White Goldendoodle.

Are White Goldendoodles Rare?

White Goldendoodles are not rare. In fact, they’re very popular, along with Cream Goldendoodles and Apricot Goldendoodles, and widely available to be adopted or purchased from many locations.

White is also a common color for two-coloured Goldendoodles, such as brown and white, apricot and white, and black and white.

Can Goldendoodles Be White?

Poodles and Golden Retrievers both have white coat colors, so they can definitely breed white puppies. Coat color is always determined by genetics. It usually takes a White Poodle and an English Cream Golden Retriever to create a fully white litter.

Even when a Goldendoodle is pure white, there’s always an undertone. When you take a closer look at your White Goldendoodle’s fur, you will notice a slight cream hue to it. That, of course, stems from the genes of a English Cream Golden Retriever.

How Big Do White Goldendoodles Get?

A White Goldendoodle can grow to be from 20 to 24 inches. They’re typically known as a larger option instead of a Cockapoo. They’re not quite a large dog breed, but they’re bigger than a medium breed, making a perfect middle-ground for size.

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