There is a big trend in dog breeding to take larger dogs and make smaller versions of them.
This can be beneficial to a lot of dog owners because this allows them to get all of the benefits of the larger dog, without the mess, the shedding, or the necessity for all of the space along the way.
One of the dogs that has gone through this is the Goldendoodle and now we have the micro mini Goldendoodle.
What is a Micro Mini Goldendoodle?
The micro mini Goldendoodle is the smallest of the Goldendoodle family, weighing from five to ten pounds and standing only around 10 to 12 inches tall as adults. This is a newer term breeders have been using in the last few years to describe these smaller versions of the traditional Goldendoodles.
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When we look at a standard Goldendoodle, we are looking at a dog that can be kind of big.
They can weigh more than 55 pounds and may stand more than 20 inches tall at the shoulder by the time they reach their adult life.
This can be a good-sized dog that many families love, but for a family that has a small living area, this could be too big.
This is where the micro mini Goldendoodle comes into play.
This type of dog is just a much smaller version of the Goldendoodle for you to love and cuddle around your home.
This dog will range from five to ten pounds, instead of the 55+ pounds of a traditional Goldendoodle.
They will also only stand around 10 to 12 inches when they are fully grown.
This can give you a cute little bundle of fluffy to enjoy around your home.
The micro mini Goldendoodle can come in many different names so you may see breeders listing them out in this way.
You could find them in the micro mini Goldendoodle and the micro petite Goldendoodle.
The micro mini Goldendoodle is a term that is meant to encompass a really small type of mini Goldendoodle.
This term is basically for marketing purposes, but it does show that this Goldendoodle is going to be a lot smaller than the traditional Goldendoodle and can be even smaller than the teacup or toy Goldendoodle.
This dog is going to be a lot of fun to have around the home.
They have all of the personality that comes with the standard Goldendoodle, but could fit in the pocket of your jacket.
You will need to be aware that there are a few potential health issues that this dog is going to face compared to the standard Goldendoodle.
There are many different sizes that you can choose when it comes to the Goldendoodle based on the type that you choose to go with.
Keep in mind that there is no standard size for any of these types of Goldendoodle, though these are the sizes that most Goldendoodle breeders will choose to go with.
- Micro Goldendoodle will be between 5 to 10 pounds when they are full grown.
- Teacup Goldendoodle will be around 13 pounds and a little smaller when they are full grown.
- Toy Goldendoodle will usually be less than 20 pounds when they are full grown.
- Mini Goldendoodles can be a little bit bigger, but will fit under 30 pounds when they are fully grown and can count all of the others earlier on the list as well.
- Medium Goldendoodle is going to be less than 45 pounds when they are full grown.
- Standard Goldendoodles are going to be the biggest of all the Goldendoodles and will weigh somewhere over 45 pounds.
Each of these dogs can be a lot of fun to keep around the home and will ensure that you are getting a fun companion to have around for the whole family.
How Do I Breed a Micro Mini Goldendoodle?
Breeding a micro Goldendoodle takes a lot of time and can be very difficult.
Many people also consider this to be unethical to do because the dog is going to be so small.
However, to help breed a micro Goldendoodle, you will need to start by breeding a small Golden Retriever with a Toy Poodle.
Over the following generations, the goal is to only breed the runt, which is the smallest dog in the litter, to keep getting a smaller dog each time.
Only breeding the smallest dogs out of the litter will help the offspring to get smaller and over many generations, you can end up with a micro Goldendoodle.
Because this takes a long time to get done, the micro mini Goldendoodle is going to be more expensive, and they could have some potential health problems along the way too.
Does the Micro Mini Goldendoodle Have Lots of Health Issues?
Dog owners will find that the micro mini Goldendoodle does have more health issues compared to the standard Goldendoodle due to the smaller size.
There are several different health issues that this dog is going to be more prone to have including blindness, digestive problems, respiratory problems, seizures, collapsing trachea, heart defects, and hypoglycemia.
There are other health issues that some vets may worry about with this kind of dog.
You may need to worry about things like patella luxation, liver shunts, and issues with the teeth and gums.
You will need to be careful with the breeder you use when you pick out a micro mini Goldendoodle and ensure that you pick the right one to avoid as many of these health problems as possible.
The Benefits of the Micro Mini Goldendoodle
There are several benefits to choosing this type of Goldendoodle for your home. Some of the benefits will include:
When you see this micro mini Goldendoodle, you will think they look just like a cute teddy bear. This can make them an adorable addition to your home.
Due to the size and all of the energy of the standard Goldendoodle, they need a ton of energy and have to be taken out often.
But with the micro mini Goldendoodle, you will have a dog that can relax a bit more and will not be able to run around as much.
This can make them a great option for apartments that do not have as much room.
The micro Goldendoodle is going to eat less food than some of the other types of dogs, especially the standard Goldendoodle.
The standard Goldendoodle is more than 45 pounds, which means they can eat a ton of food.
At only 5 to 10 pounds, the micro Goldendoodle will not eat as much and can save some money.
Using a food delivery service is a surprisingly great way to save money on dog food.
There are many types of Goldendoodle that you can choose to add to your home.
While the standard one is a great option, they can be big and take up a lot of space.
For someone who wants a cute little dog that does not have as much energy or takes up as much space while still bringing a lot of fun to your life, then the micro mini Goldendoodle is the best choice for you.
How Much Does the Micro Goldendoodle Cost?
Even though this dog is going to be really small, you will be surprised at how expensive it is to get one of these dogs.
It’s not uncommon to see these puppies listed for more than $5000.
On average, you should notice that these puppies are going to cost two or three times more than the cost of a standard Goldendoodle puppy.
The main reason that these dogs are so much more expensive than other Goldendoodles is that they are hard to breed and they are very popular.
You have to take at least a few generations of dogs to get them to be this small and that will take a long time.
And many dog owners want one of the micro Goldendoodles so they are going to be expensive to keep up with the demand.
Choosing the Micro Mini Goldendoodle
There are a lot of benefits to choosing a Goldendoodle for your family pet and they are going to provide you with hours of entertainment and love for everyone to enjoy.
With a micro mini Goldendoodle, you can get all of the love and energy out of this type of dog without all of the hassle with the size.
As long as you purchase from a reputable breeder and are aware of some of the potential health side effects of a dog this small, a micro mini Goldendoodle will be a great option to add to your family.