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Affectionate, devoted and energetic, Goldador mixed breed dogs are prized for their trainability. As a cross between the Golden Retriever and Labrador Retriever, this mix inherited some of the best traits of both purebred parents. Although these dogs sometimes have the unfortunate status of “designer breed,” you can find them in the care of shelters and rescue groups. Remember to adopt. Gophers make excellent family members, as they get along well with children and are sociable with other pets, as well as being valuable guide, service and bomb-sniffing dogs. Affectionate and friendly, they can even be great companions for novice pet parents. However, they are very energetic dogs and need plenty of exercise. Make sure you can commit to plenty of daily walks and active play sessions before bringing this mix home. If you can, you will have a happy, loving and loyal family member.
Goldadors like to eat and can become overweight easily if they do not get enough exercise.Goldadors make good family dogs and generally get along well with children of all ages.The Goldador sheds moderately and requires weekly brushing.Goldadors usually get along well with other dogs and pets, especially when raised with them or socialised at a young age.Goldadors require about 30 minutes of exercise a day. Although a house with a fenced yard is the ideal home for a Goldador, they can do well in a flat or condominium with adequate exercise.Goldadors can be a good choice for first-time dog owners.To get a healthy dog, never buy a puppy from a puppy mill, pet shop or breeder that does not provide health clearances or guarantees. Look for a reputable breeder who tests their breeding dogs to make sure they are free of genetic diseases that can be passed on to puppies and breeds for a healthy temperament.
The Goldador was first developed more than a decade ago: the Labrador Retriever and the Golden Retriever were crossed in the hope of creating a sensitive and tolerant working dog. The effort was successful. Organisations that train guide and assistance dogs often use these Labrador/Golden crosses. As a companion, the Goldador has not yet gained the popularity of other so-called “designer” dogs, such as Labradoodles. At this time, there are no breed clubs or efforts to create a breed standard for the Goldador.
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