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Do Goldendoodles Shed?

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Goldendoodles usually do not shed or shed very little. Since the goldendoodle is a crossbreed between a golden retriever and a poodle, the dog's fur takes on the non-shedding qualities of poodles.

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As a crossbreed, the goldendoodle coat has characteristics of both the golden retriever and the poodle. Goldendoodles usually have light-colored to golden fur that is shaggy and fluffy or full of gentle curls. These dogs shed less than a purebred golden retriever or not at all. Goldendoodles are often marketed as hypoallergenic pets, but there is no proof that they are completely hypoallergenic. Still, a goldendoodle may be a good choice for someone with allergies, or who desires a fur-free household.

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