The parents of the Golden Bordoodle have a range of fur types: The longer, semi-thick hair of the Border Collie and the curlier, short but thick hair of the Goldendoodle.
The size of the Golden Bordoodle is typically that of a medium-sized breed, usually falling somewhere between 40 and 50 pounds.
Border Collies generally are a mix of black and white, with slight traces of brown and even blue mixed in at times. They also have a rare coat color that is light-brown, almost purplish which is called lilac.
This is one of the most appealing elements of the Golden Bordoodle. All of their ancestors are extremely smart – with two of those three considered the number one and two smartest dogs in existence.
An owner should keep an eye out for the following conditions: - Hypothyroidism - Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis - Hip dysplasia - Trapped neutrophil syndrome