Our Golden Mountain Doodles at JM Kennels in Johnstown are some of the most sought-after dogs in Colorado, and we are proud to offer them for sale at our facility. These dogs are bred and raised with love and socialize with each other and humans on a daily basis. If you're interested in adding one of these beautiful creatures to your family, keep reading to learn everything there is to know about this special breed and view our upcoming litters!
Everything You Need To Know About the Golden Mountain Doodle
What Is a Golden Mountain Doodle?
A Golden Mountain Doodle is a hybrid dog that is the result of breeding a Golden Retriever with a Bernese Mountain Dog. They are sometimes also referred to as Goldendoodle or Bernedoodle. This breed is known for being friendly, intelligent, and good-natured. They are the perfect family dog and make great pets for people of all ages.
Characteristics of a Golden Mountain Doodle
Golden Mountain Doodles are available in three different sizes: standard, mini, and toy. However, their exact size varies depending on the size of the parents. They typically have a wavy or curly coat that may be either golden, black, brown, or white in color. Additionally, Golden Mountain Doodles are considered to be hypoallergenic dogs as they do not shed a lot, making them a great choice for people who have allergies.
Temperament and Personality of a Golden Mountain Doodle
The temperament of a Golden Mountain Doodle is typically very friendly and easy-going. They are great with children and tend to be well-behaved and playful. As with all dogs, however, it is important to socialize and train them when they are young. This is why it is one of our highest priorities at JM Kennels to ensure that all of our Golden Mountain Doodles in Colorado are properly socialized daily.
Exercise Needs and Lifespan of a Golden Mountain Doodle
Golden Mountain Doodles need moderate amounts of exercise. A good daily walk or playing in the yard should be enough to meet their needs. It is also important to note that too much exercise can cause joint problems down the road, so be sure to monitor your dog's activity level.
The lifespan of a Golden Mountain Doodle is typically around 12-15 years, which is longer than the average Bernese Mountain Dog. However, with proper care and nutrition, they can live even longer!
If you're looking for a friendly, intelligent, and good-natured dog that doesn't shed a lot, the Golden Mountain Doodle may be the perfect breed for you! At JM Kennels in Johnstown, we have specialized in breeding and raising Golden Mountain Doodles in Colorado for more than 30 years and take great pride in providing our clients with healthy, happy dogs. Be sure to view our upcoming litters to find the perfect one for you!