5 Health Care Tips For Your Goldendoodle

Goldendoodle PuppiesNo doubt your Goldendoodle is one furry, loving, and adorable dog, and it doesn't take long before they're just another member of the family. We all love our pets and want to take of them the best we can.

Here's 5 Care for your to make sure that they live a healthy, happy, and long life.

1. Keep Them Groomed

Just because a Goldendoodle sheds less than its counterpart, does not mean that there should be any less grooming. A Goldendoodle's beautiful, curly coat is their pride and joy, so keep it looking clean and healthy.

These dogs should be brushed almost daily, with baths biweekly and haircuts scheduled every six to eight weeks. Keep them well-groomed and everyone will be talking about how radiant their coat looks.

2. Give Them Some TLC

Goldendoodle (Photo credit: nikoretro)

Just like you need a day of pampering every once in a while, so does your dog. Along with brushing, washing, and regular haircuts, they also need their nails trimmed. This should be done at least on a monthly basis to keep them clean and under control.

Also, Goldendoodles should have their teeth brushed as often as possible, as smaller dogs are more prone to periodontal disease. Plus, it keeps their breath smelling fresh, so you don't mind when they lick your face!

3. Check for Ear Infections

If your dog loves playing in the water during the warm months of summer, make sure that you check them for ear infections on a regular basis. Because they inherit the ears of a Golden Retriever, their ears hang, not always allowing for proper water drainage.

If you notice redness, swelling, scratching, or discharge around their ears, take your Goldendoodle to the vet.

4. Exercise and Rest are Equally Important

A male Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever/Poodle mix).
A male Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever/ mix). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We all know how lively puppies can be, but when you own a Goldendoodle, you really learn the meaning of energy! These dogs love to go on walks, play with toys, or go for swims, and the exercise is very beneficial to their overall health.

However, Goldendoodles also tend to overexert themselves, taxing their strength and stamina. Make sure that after a hard day of play, you know to give your dog plenty of rest.

5. Be Observant

Before you even welcome a new puppy into your family, make sure that the Goldendoodle breeder you are buying from offers a health guarantee on the dog.

Because they are a hybrid, they are prone to developing genetic diseases. Be wary of the health of the puppy when you are first choosing them, and throughout their life, be observant of any signs that may signal sickness.

Goldendoodles can develop health conditions that come from both Golden Retrievers and Poodles. Some of these include hip dysplasia, Addison's disease, retinal atrophy, glaucoma, and a type of heart disease called subvavular aortic stenosis.

Your dog is a very important and joyful part of your life. By following these 5 tips, you'll be able to keep your furry friend healthy and happy for as long as possible.

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+Neil Kilgore is the Jack (Russell) of all trades at Greenfield Puppies in Lancaster Pa. He regularly blogs about dogs, breeders and puppies on the Greenfield Puppies website.

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    • Alice Carroll
    • October 24, 2022

    Thanks for the reminder that exercise is very important to keep up with when taking care of a Goldendoodle. I’d like to look for a good Goldendoodle puppy breeder soon because I’d like to have my own pet soon. I think that my daughter will be delighted to have someone to play with at home.


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