As a designer breed, goldendoodle for sale come with a premium price tag. The initial purchase or adoption costs, as well as lifetime expenses like vaccinations, diets, healthcare, grooming and miscellaneous items can add up quickly.
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The quality and reputation of a breeder is one major factor that affects the price of a goldendoodle. Reputable breeders focus on the health and well-being of their dogs. This includes extensive testing on their adult dogs to ensure healthy hips, eyes, heart and patellas before breeding. They also typically have a puppy application process that asks about the lifestyle of potential owners to ensure the best fit for the dog. Less reputable or puppy mill breeders may have lower prices, but this should be a red flag.
A goldendoodle’s coat type and color can also affect the price. As a result of their Poodle heritage, goldendoodles have a low-shedding coat and are less likely to trigger allergies in humans. This trait, along with their intelligence and desire to please, makes them easy to train using positive reinforcement.
If you’re not in the market for a new designer pup, consider rescuing one. Because they are so popular, goldendoodles often show up in shelters and rescue organizations. While this option might not be as convenient as purchasing a puppy from a reputable breeder, it can help you save money and give a loving home to a deserving pet.
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