Labradoodle & Goldendoodle Forum
For owners and admirers of mini goldendoodles
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Started by Kevin Oskow Apr 29.
LOL! I wish I had some "poodle bones"!
I guess that makes me an F1 in life! My bones are way denser than the average person. :-) Kona is multi-gen australian labradoodle by dad, and his mom is an F1B Goldendoodle. He definitely looks like a drowned thin little hound when wet. The more poodle in the doodle, the thinner the legs I see!
Lucy is an F1 so she is a little "denser". Daphne's dad was a 9 lb poodle so i think Daphne got what I call "poodle bones". They're just not as heavy. She does have a lot of hair. When she is wet there is not much of her. She is also more "bouncy". She bounds around like a little Tigger.
I just looked at your photos of Daphne and Lucy. Adorable! Daphne must be very dainty under all of that hair. Lucy looks more like what I envision Kona will end up being like. I think he'll end up being about 30 pounds and 18 inches tall. That's right on the edge of "Large mini" and "small medium". Perfect for my little house.
I have two "minis". Daphne is one year old and stands 17 inches tall. She weighs 18 lbs. Her Mama, Lucy is 4 years old, 17 1/2 inches tall and weighs 30 lbs.
Hi Judy and Charlie! I had to chuckle when you said your Charlie is a mini goldendoole at 51 pounds! My Kona is a medium double doodle and only weighs 20 pounds at 6 months. So I'm thinking that he might not get to be much bigger than a mini, so I might have to quit calling him a "medium". I thought that a 51 pounds doodle was called a "standard" size. Or do you stick with the title of the sire or dam regardless of how out of the range they get?
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