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Your Goldendoodle, Your Loyal Pal

When it comes to filling the role of man's best friend, Goldendoodles have it easy. They are friendly, lovable, intelligent, and easy to train. Pet insurance can help protect your Goldendoodle so that the fun, fetching and swimming can continue.

Goldendoodles are a great balance of heart and brains. They are affectionate and form close bonds with their people, yet they are also intelligent and very trainable. This is the reason golden retrievers and poodles were originally crossbred-- to create a family dog that sheds less and can be trained as a guide dog for those with allergies.

Choose Trupanion for your curly-coated friend

This breed can be energetic and needs its daily exercise or it could get into mischief. And with all that bouncy energy, we recommend pet insurance for your Goldendoodle. Trupanion is a pet insurance provider started and run by pet lovers, which means we know that your doodle is more than just a pet. And we want to help protect them.



“As advertised, Trupanion paid 90% of Allie’s healthcare related to the claim. We were very pleased at the level of concern they showed along the way through Allie’s surgery and aftercare. We are grateful for Trupanion for helping us feel assured that Allie’s health is a priority to them.”


“We are so grateful to Trupanion and recommend it to everyone. I would never want money to be a consideration when it comes to Farley’s care."
(Trupanion paid $493 for Farley's veterinary bill when he ate an entire carrot cake!)

*These are unpaid endorsements.

Health Concerns for a Goldendoodle

Silhouette of a Goldendoodle

Sample Claims

Mulligan, 11-month-old Goldendoodle
$4,171 for bilateral hip dysplasia

Daisy Duke, 2-year-old Goldendoodle
$278 for spear grass stuck in paw

Murphy, 9-month-old Goldendoodle
$2,858 for foreign body surgery

Pumpkin, 3-year-old Goldendoodle
$2,201 for cruciate ligament injury