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Gordondoodle Breed Information

Gordondoodle

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Living with a Gordondoodle

Personality: The Gordondoodle is a very playful dog who can be full of mischief.

Family Dog: The Gordondoodle makes a wonderful family dog.

Shedding: The longer the Gordondoodle's hair grows the more they seem to shed.

Grooming: If the coat of the Gordondoodle is kept long, it requires lots of grooming. If it is clipped it is much more manageable.

Behavior: The Gordondoodle is an extremely playful dog. They can play rough at times and like to use their front legs like a Boxer.

Barking: The Gordondoodle only barks when they want something. They can be very chatty at times.

Exercise: The Gordondoodle needs lots of exercise every day.

Physical Ability: The Gordondoodle is a very strong dog despite the long skinny legs.

Living Conditions: The Gordondoodle needs a lot of room to run.

Gordondoodle Appearance

Appearance: The Gordondoodle has the body of a Standard Poodle with long skinny legs.

Companionship: The Gordondoodle is a very sweet and loyal companion.

Feet: The Gordondoodle has small Poodle feet.

Tail: The tail of the Gordondoodle has the tail of the Gordon Setter.

Color: The coat of the Gordondoodle is black with white spots on the chest.

Coat: The coat of the Gordondoodle can be clipped. It resembles a Poodle's coat in some areas and in others it is more straight.

Gordondoodle Health

Ear Health: The Gordondoodle's ears must be cleaned very well.


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