Can Goldendoodles Be Black?

The Goldendoodle is an adorable dog that’s cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. They are pretty agile.

These dogs are high in demand, so finding them can be quite a challenge, even more so if you’re looking for a Black Goldendoodle. That’s right, Goldendoodles aren’t just Golden in color.

Despite their name depicting them as golden rays of sunshine running around the park, it turns out Goldendoodles come in various colors.

Goldendoodle Color Changes

Understanding the generation of your Goldendoodle can also help you determine what color it might be. The color they are as puppies isn’t always their color once they’re fully grown.

Goldendoodle Color Changes

Let’s have a quick breakdown of these generations. An F1 generation Goldendoodle is bred from a Standard Poodle and Golden Retriever dog. The second generation of Goldendoodle is known as F2.

Generations of the Goldendoodle

F2B Goldendoodles are 62% Poodle and only 37% Golden Retriever. If the parents are black Goldendoodles or at least one parent, this generation can have a litter with some black Goldendoodles.

Generations of the Goldendoodle

Another thing that can occur is when you get yourself a Goldendoodle that is only eight weeks old, they still have puppy fur. That fur does shed when they are about 6 to 10 months old.

Goldendoodle Puppy Coat Colors

This means that the puppy you brought home can be a completely different color when it’s older. To get yourself a black Goldendoodle, it really will depend on the parents.

Goldendoodle Puppy Coat Colors

Your Goldendoodle has a black color because of the genes that were passed down from the parent breeds. Your Goldendoodle’s parent breeds are the Golden Retriever and the Poodle.

Why is My Goldendoodle Black?

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