Goldendoodles truly come in all shapes and sizes. Depending on a Goldendoodle puppy’s parents, his final adult size could be anywhere from 15 to 90 pounds! So the question of how big do Goldendoodles get can be answered by looking at an individual puppy’s parents. Here’s a brief overview.
There are three common sizes that Goldendoodles are classified as. These sizes are Mini, Medium, and Standard.
|Toy Goldendoodle||Miniature Goldendoodle||Medium Goldendoodle||Standard Goldendoodle|
|Weight||10-25 pounds||25-35 pounds||35-50 pounds||50-90 pounds|
|Height||15 or less inches tall at the shoulder||15-17 inches tall at the shoulder||17-20 inches tall at the shoulder||20-26 inches tall at the shoulder|
|When Full-Grown?||7.5-11 Months||11-13 Months||11-13 Months||12.5-16 Months|
Mini Goldendoodles end up being anywhere from 15 to 35 pounds when full grown. They can be between 13 and 17 inches tall at the shoulder, and they reach their final adult size between 11 and 13 months of age.
Medium Goldendoodles range from 35 to 50 pounds at maturity. They can be between 17 and 20 inches tall at the shoulder, and they reach their final adult size between 11 and 13 months of age.
Standard Goldendoodles can weigh anywhere from 50 to 90 pounds as adults. They can be between 20 and 26 inches tall at the shoulder, and they reach their final adult size between 12.5 and 16 months of age.
How Big Do Goldendoodles Get?
To recap, when full-grown, Mini Goldendoodles range from 15 to 35 pounds, Medium Goldendoodles range from 35 to 50 pounds, and Standard Goldendoodles can range from 50 to 90 pounds as adults.
If you want to learn about specific growth patterns for each size of Goldendoodle, check out our Goldendoodle growth chart page.
You can also use our interactive Doodle puppy growth chart and calculator, which will predict how much your Goldendoodle will weigh when full-grown!
That was a quick and dirty overview on how big do Goldendoodles get.
Let us know in the comments what size Goldendoodle you prefer!
Be sure to check out our Goldendoodle breeder directory to find your perfect puppy.
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