Some dog breeds stop growing sooner than others. The bigger the dog, the longer it takes for her to reach maturity. So when do Goldendoodles stop growing?

When do Goldendoodles stop growing?

Just like people, Goldenoodles grow and develop at different rates. Some puppies are early bloomers and others take a little longer to reach maturity.

Generally speaking, you can expect standard Goldendoodles do most of their growing within the first six to eight months. Your Goldendoodle puppy grows like a weed during the first half-year or so of her life.

Standard Goldendoodles continue growing from one to two years of age; they typically reach their full height by the first 12-14 months, and “fill out” (gain weight) for a few months until they reach their full size.

How big do Goldendoodles get?

There’s a wide range for Goldendoodle size. The size and weight of a Goldendoodle at maturity is heavily influenced by the type of Poodle used during breeding. It makes sense that a standard Goldendoodle weighs more than a mini Goldendoodle, but size varies even within a single type of Goldendoodle.

  • For example, a Goldendoodle can weigh 75 pounds or more at maturity, but our Goldendoodles typically stop growing around 60 pounds.
  • Our standard Goldendoodles weigh between 50 and 60 pounds once they are fully grown.
  • Our medium Goldendoodle puppies usually weigh 40 to 50- pounds at maturity.
  • We also raise mini Goldendoodle puppies; our miniature Goldendoodles weigh between 25 and 35 pounds once they are fully grown.

This means that there’s a Goldendoodle for everyone! Whether you prefer larger dogs, medium size dogs, or small dogs, a Goldendoodle puppy is a good option.

Better breeders get better results

Predicting physical traits for designer dog breeds like Goldendoodle can be difficult. However, it’s difficult to predict how much a purebred dog will weigh at maturity, too. There are several factors that determine how much your dog will weigh. You can control factors like diet and exercise, but many factors are beyond control. Some dogs are just bigger than others.

Good Goldendoodle breeders do tend to get consistent results, however; this provides a better idea of the physical characteristics that your Goldendoodle will have when she gets older.

We are experienced and responsible Goldendoodle breeders that raise standard, medium, and miniature Goldendoodle puppies. Take a look at our available puppies — call 501-514-1026 or contact us online for information about our upcoming litters and buying Goldendoodle puppies in Arkansas.

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