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How big do mini goldendoodles get?

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The Miniature Goldendoodle is 1.5 to 2 feet tall and weighs 15 to 30 pounds. They are a hybrid breed, resulting from a cross between a golden retriever and a toy poodle. The Mini Goldendoodle's life expectancy is 10 to 15 years.

Mini Goldendoodles may lean toward either parent in the appearance of their coat; some are straight and others are curly. Their color may be white, apricot, red, gold or cream, while others may be a light sandy brown or black. Mini Goldendoodles have a friendly temperament and make good family pets. They are easy to train and learn quickly, needing a moderate amount of daily exercise.


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