List of Golden Retriever Mixes

Loved by most dog enthusiasts, the Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. A Golden Retriever mix is obtained by crossing a Golden Retriever with other purebreds like the German Shepherd, Siberian Husky, Labrador Retriever, Welsh Corgi, and Australian Shepherd. While these mixes can possess the qualities of either of their parents, most of them are friendly, tolerant, and intelligent.

Golden Retriever Mixes

Golden Shepherd

1. Golden Shepherd (Golden Retriever X German Shepherd)

Affectionate towards people, the Golden Shepherd likes to be involved in all activities.


2. Goberian (Golden Retriever X Siberian Husky)

Good-natured and athletic like its parent breeds, the Goberian is a delightful addition to any home.

Golden Labrador

3. Golden Labrador (Golden Retriever X Labrador Retriever)

Loving, intelligent, social, and cheerful, the Goldador makes a sensible and easy-going working dog.

4. Australian Retriever (Australian Shepherd X Golden Retriever)

Although it is tolerant of children, its spirited nature combined with possessiveness can be too overwhelming for young kids.

5. Golden Collie (Golden Retriever X Border Collie)

Its loyalty along with eagerness to please the owner makes it a dedicated family companion.

6. Miniature Goldendoodle (Miniature Poodle X Golden Retriever)

It is a small- to medium-sized mix with a low-shedding coat, bred for using as a companion and therapy dog.

7. Golden Cocker Retriever (Golden Retriever X Cocker Spaniel)

Its personality can be described as friendly, smart, and fun-loving, bonding closely with one person in the family.

Golden Doxie

8. Golden Dox (Golden Retriever X Dachshund)

Also called Golden Weiner, the Golden Dox can have an independent attitude and may possess a hunting instinct.

Golden Rottie Retriever

9. Golden Rottie Retriever (Golden Retriever X Rottweiler)

The Golden Rottie’s loyalty, sweetness, and pleasant disposition make it one of the most loved Goldie mixes.

10. Beago (Beagle X Golden Retriever)

As a lively, energetic, loving, and devoted dog, it loves to work with its family members.

Golden Chow Retriever

11. Golden Chow Retriever (Golden Retriever X Chow Chow)

It is a fluffy, aloof, and loyal pet that needs early socialization and obedience training.

12. Golden Pyrenees (Golden Retriever X Great Pyrenees)

A large, highly energetic cross, the Golden Pyrenees does not adapt to apartment living.

13. Golden Mountain Dog (Golden Retriever X Bernese Mountain Dog)

The Golden Mountain Dog is a swift and athletic working dog that can be used for tracking, hunting, and in competitive obedience.

Golden Irish

14. Golden Irish (Golden Retriever X Irish Setter)

It likes to spend time with people and be the center of attraction, interacting and playing with kids.


15. Goldmation (Golden Retriever X Dalmatian)

Although not aggressive, the Goldmation will protect its human pack from danger and bark at anything suspicious.

Great Golden Dane Dog

16. Great Golden Dane (Great Dane X Golden Retriever)

It might look dangerous because of its imposing stature, but it is naturally friendly and is good with children.

Golden Newfie

17. Golden Newfie (Golden Retriever X Newfoundland Dog)

A strong, muscular designer dog, the Golden Newfie is gentle, playful, and easygoing by nature and gets along well with other pets.

Golden Sammy

18. Golden Sammy (Golden Retriever X Samoyed)

It is one of the most even-tempered, loyal, and gentle Goldie mixes that you will ever come across.

19. Golden Saint (Golden Retriever X Saint Bernard)

Its huge, bulky stature combined with an alert, protective nature makes it useful in keeping intruders away.


20. Goldenshire (Golden Retriever X Yorkshire Terrier)

Highly intelligent, affectionate, loyal, and spunky, the Goldenshire becomes a friend to anyone it meets.

Apart from the common Golden Retriever mixes listed above, some other crosses are also produced by mixing the Goldie with other purebreds including the Welsh Corgi, American Pit Bull Terrier, Chihuahua, Pug, Pomeranian, Doberman Pinscher, Blue Heeler, Shiba Inu, Shih Tzu, and Alaskan Malamute.

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