Goldendoodle and Labradoodle breeder Michael Waggenbach, of Sunshine Acres feels, “To get a therapy dog, the Goldendoodle is your better option. I am unsure what it is, but they do not have a tendency to dust all of the tabletops when walking into a hospital or an older residence, in which the Labradoodles’ tails are still moving forth so quickly they dust everything off”
During a meeting with Indiana Doodle Owners Group creator Beth Line, she stated, “There is a really comparison of goldendoodle vs labradoodle,” Beth explained. “As an operator and observer of behavioral traits I see a large difference.
It requires more to convince the Labradoodles to come in to your surroundings — to your area. Labradoodles assess you before they wander in to your region.
Labradoodles are extremely faithful, friendly, all of the things Labs are, however, they have to be sure that walking in to your area is a fantastic idea. They won’t arrive in.”
“They are also powerful. They have very powerful necks and they are likely to pull more. And their coats will differ. I tell the difference between F1 Labradoodles and Goldendoodles with their jacket.
It stands to reason a labs jacket is brief. Insert some poodle to it and it is likely to get some period and weight. But you are not likely to locate a six inch wavy, curly coat on F1 Labradoodles since there’s nowhere for this 6-inches to come out of genetically. A laboratory has a brief coat and the poodle has curl.
Labradoodles (F1) will also be likely to tend to become wiry, like a terrier. They are also weightier and their own body shape is a little boxier.”
The Goldendoodle on the flip side, when they hit their adult jackets, their hair will grow 4 to 6 inches and contains a wavy appearance or a curl to it due to the poodle. It is the exact same formulation, more curl equals less losing and much more tide equals greater shedding.