Aussiedoodles Vs. Goldendoodles

Choosing what kind of dog you are going to get is one of the most fun and crucial decisions you will make when becoming a dog parent. Aussiedoodles and Goldendooles are both great options, but which one is right for you? Considering the size, temperament, and lifestyle of Aussiedoodles vs Goldendoodles is a great place to start when making your decision.

Aussiedoodles Vs. Goldendoodles

Choosing what kind of dog you are going to get is one of the most fun and crucial decisions you will make when becoming a dog parent. Aussiedoodles and Goldendooles are both great options, but which one is right for you? Considering the size, temperament, and lifestyle of Aussiedoodles vs Goldendoodles is a great place to start when making your decision.

Size

Standard size Aussiedoodles and Goldendoodles are generally considered medium to large dogs. When full grown, Aussiedoodles weigh between 50-65+ lbs and Goldendoodles weigh 50-75+ lbs, which means you are looking at roughly the same size dog, regardless of which one you choose. They both have a height of 19-24 inches, so you won’t see much difference there either. The height and weight of the Poodle parent is often a good predictor for the size of your Doodle.

With both breeds, the females tend to be smaller than males. Both breeds also have a lifespan of 10-15 years.

Coat

Aussiedoodles and Goldendoodles are hypo-allergenic and low-shedding, something they inherit from their Poodle parent. This also appears in the curl of their coats. Their coats tend to come in three varieties: curly, wavy, and straight. Aussiedoodles tend to have a furry or shaggy coat, while Goldendoodles tend towards a less thick coat. Goldendoodles also can have feathering on their legs, similar to their Golden Retriever parent. Check out what some of the most common doodle coat types look like here

Aussiedoodles and Goldendoodles both need regular grooming, to keep their coats healthy, as they don’t shed. Check out our favorite grooming tools on our Puppy and Pet Supplies page.

Temperment

Both Aussiedoodles and Goldendoodles are friendly, loving, and loyal, making them great family dogs, especially if your children grow up with them! Both breeds come from working dog lineages, which means you are also getting an intelligent, hard working dog that will enjoy living life with you. 

Both Aussiedoodles and Goldendoodles are easy to train and enjoy learning tricks and playing games. The most important things to start with when training your Aussiedoodle or your Goldendoodle are potty training, crate training, and leash training. Once they have mastered the basics, you can move on to more fun things!

Aussiedoodles are goofy, loving, and intelligent. Their Australian Shepherd heritage makes them incredibly loyal and hardworking. They form intense bonds with their owners and listen well to them when trained. They may even try to herd you and your family! They also tend to have a slightly stronger personality than Goldendoodles, but they are still easy to train.

Goldendoodles are described as intelligent, loving, and gentle. They love being with their family and will fit in well with families that have small children or other small pets. Their agreeable nature means they won’t try to dominate in your household. Once they’ve bonded with you, they consider themselves part of the family, so make sure you spend plenty of quality time with them!

Lifestyle

Both Aussiedoodles and Goldendoodles need proper exercise, but when they receive regular stimulation and exercise, they will also be happy to cuddle with you. Aussiedoodles have relatively high energy levels and love swimming, hiking, playing catch and generally running around. They generally do best with 45-60 minutes of exercise, once or twice a day. 

Goldendoodles are a little less energetic than Aussiedoodles, but they still need a good amount of exercise. They tend to do best if they get at least 20-30 minutes of quality exercise per day. Because Goldendoodles love being with you, they will be happy tagging along on walks, hikes, or playing in your backyard.

Visiting your local dog park is another great way to help your Aussiedoodle or Goldendoodle get their exercise in. Taking them to the dog park also has the benefit of helping them socialize, become comfortable around new people, and make new doggy friends! It is best to start taking them to the dog park when they are around 4 months old.

Pros Of Aussiedoodles

Aussiedoodles are great dogs for families, especially if they enjoy being active. They are incredibly loyal and loving, which makes them great companions. Their loyalty even extends to being protective of your family, but without the excessive barking that some breeds have. They are hard-working and easy to train if you start early, which makes them extra fun to play with if you teach them to play tug or fetch. You’ll never be bored with an Aussiedoodle to play with!

Pros Of Goldendoodles

Goldendoodles are incredibly loving and gentle, which makes them the perfect addition to a family with small children or other pets. They are easy to train, so if you have been waiting to teach your puppy games, this will be perfect for you! They also won’t bark without a good reason. They are very social and will love spending all their time with you.

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