Exercising your Goldendoodle can be a tricky thing because it all depends on specifics with your dog. Most dogs need exercise daily, but it always depends on the breed. When it comes to Goldendoodles, they can get all the exercise they need when running around a fenced in backyard. Depending on the age, size, and temperament, you’ll need some info on how to keep a consistent exercise routine for them.
How Much Exercise Do They Need?
When they are puppies, they will need to exert more of their energy, which means it’s probably important to get at least 15-30 minutes of exercise in running around outside playing fetch and with their toys. You can do this a few times a day.
As they get older, their exercise routine will change to walking around the block a couple times to once per day, or even taking them out in the yard to run around once per day. You can even consider knocking out a short hike with them once per month.
Keep Their Exercise Consistent
It’s very important that you keep your Goldendoodle’s exercise routine consistent each day. You can write out a schedule that may look like this:
Morning; Take your Goldendoodle for a short walk
Afternoon: Let them outside for 15-30 minutes to run around
Evening: Longer exercise time in the backyard or a longer walk after dinner
Having consistency in their exercise routine will keep them grounded and disciplined in the other training areas.
Goldendoodles and Their Behavior
Goldendoodles are some of the most loving and kind dogs on the planet. They strive to please their owners, which is always good. When training them and making sure they get enough exercise, it’s important give them the attention and love they deserve.
At Jubilee Labradoodles, we provide goldendoodle and labradoodle puppies for families and individuals to take home. If you want to learn more about training tips for your goldendoodle or you’d like to take one home for good, contact Jubilee Labradoodles at 517-902-9808 today or visit us online for more information!