How Do I Groom My Goldendoodle Coat Type Of Goldendoodles

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How Do I Groom My Goldendoodle Coat Type Of Goldendoodles

by Jeremy Rupke

The curlier your goldendoodles coat the harder it is to take care of. If your goldendoodle is very low to non-shedding you will need to brush it at least every 2 days to prevent them from matting and take your golden doodle to the groomer every 4-5 months. Make sure to be very specific with the groomer as to how you want your goldendoodle groomed because I?ve seen some groomers groom goldendoodles like poodles or totally shave them and owners have been horrified. Be specific and bring a picture in to show the groomer how you want your goldendoodle groomed.

The first time your pup is at the groomer (at 6 month or so) just get the groomer to give them a bath, clean the ears and cut the nails. You don?t want them to do the whole 9 yards/clip them as it might scare you goldendoodle pup. The next time your goldendoodle pup is at the groomer you can get the groomer to clip them (so around 9 months).

You should only bathe your goldendoodle every 3-4 months as this strips all the essential oils out of the fur and is not good for them.

Coat type of goldendoodles?

Remember every goldendoodle has a different coat type! There is NO guarantee this will be a hypoallergenic or non-shedding dog although I?ve sold many goldendoodles to people with allergies with much success.

If you have allergies then it?s best to get a goldendoodle with a wavy to curly coat. The curlier the coat the less you goldendoodle will shed. The straighter the coat the more your goldendoodle will shed

We can tell coat type when they are 6-7 weeks old and will help put the right goldendoodle puppy with you!

There are 2 different types of allergies. Most people are allergic to canine dander and are fine with poodles BUT if you?re allergic to saliva (if you break out in hives and can?t be around poodles) then you will be allergic to doodles as well.

Sherry Rupke is a vet tech, and has received years of training on proper care of dogs and other animals. She was raised on a farm and has been interested in caring for animals since she was a child. Sherry has been breeding dogs for over 5 years, and has built an outstanding reputation in the goldendoodle community, visit her website at

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