We proudly offer standard Goldendoodle puppies and mini Goldendoodle puppies for sale. Our F1B Goldendoodles are great for families, especially those who have allergies. The F1B breed of Goldendoodle puppies have beautiful coats with curly or wavy hair. Best of all they shed less and are more hypoallergenic.
About Our Goldendoodle Puppies
A Goldendoodle is a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Standard Poodle, making a dog that is non-shedding, laid back, and intelligent. Goldendoodle puppies are ideal for many types of homes because they are easy to train, great with kids, and easily adaptable. They are also very loyal and bond quickly to their family.
Golden Retrievers and Poodles are both very intelligent breeds making Goldendoodle puppies easy to train with consistency and patience. They love structure and once trained correctly, will be a life long best friend to the entire family.
Goldendoodles vary greatly in size and color. We raise Standard Goldendoodles that can weigh as much as 80 pounds as well as Mini Goldendoodles that can be as small as 15 pounds.
Goldendoodle Breed Information
Do Goldendoodles Shed?
No! Goldendoodle puppies are hypoallergenic, meaning they don’t shed and are far less likely to cause allergic reactions. However they do need to be brushed regularly to keep their coat soft and clean.
How Big Does do Goldendoodles Get?
Due to the huge range of sizes in Poodles, Goldendoodles can weigh anywhere from less than 20 pounds all the way up to 100 pounds! We breed all sizes of Goldendoodles, from Standard Goldendoodles that weigh between 45 and 100 pounds, to Mini Goldendoodles (30- 45 lbs), and occasionally even Micro/Petite Goldendoodles (8- 30 lbs).
What Is The Price Of Your Goldendoodes?
The cost of our Goldendoodle puppies range from between $2000 – $3500 depending on their coloration and size. View the full pricing breakdown on our Goldendoodle puppy pricing page. All our puppies come with a 2 year health guarantee since we have complete confidence in our health testing regime we require for all our parent dogs before they have their first litter.
History of the Goldendoodle
The Goldendoodle dog breed is a “designer dog” breed that started to become popular in the 1990s, shortly after the popularization of the Labradoodle in 1989. Funny enough, the first examples of Goldendoodles were breed by Monica Dickens – the great granddaughter of Charles Dickens – in 1969.
The Goldendoodle breed was originally pioneered to combine the intelligence and non-shedding coat of the Poodle with the family-friendly temperament of the Golden Retriever. This makes for a dog that is on average healthier than either a Poodle or a Golden Retriever alone. This also makes the Goldendoodle breed hypoallergenic, with many different coat types and colors. With proper genetic testing, we can accurately determine if a Goldendoodle puppy will have a wavy or curly coat. A curly coat is more hypoallergenic than a wavy coat, but requires more regular grooming. A dog being hypoallergenic doesn’t guarantee that some people won’t have allergic reactions, but it lowers the chance significantly.
Despite the Goldendoodles massive popularity, it isn’t yet recognized by any official organizations such as the American Kennel Club.
What Colors Are Goldendoodles?
Goldendoodles come in many different colors! Including:
The most common Goldendoodle puppies are completely solid in color, generally golden with a cream, apricot, or reddish hue.
For years we have produced the deep red color many people want in a Goldendoodle puppy. As desires of our families change over the years, so does our program. Over the last couple of years we have worked hard to produce red and white abstract Goldendoodles, red and white parti Goldendoodles, and now the blue merle Goldendoodle puppies. The solid colored Goldendoodle is still very popular but the parti, abstract and merle colors are now generally more desirable.
What Do The Different Generations Mean?
The different generations depict how much Poodle is in a Goldendoodle puppies’ genes. This is relevant for people with severe allergies, since the more Poodle, the more hypoallergenic.
- F1 Goldendoodle: Golden Retriever crossed with a Poodle
- F1b Goldendoodle: F1 Goldendoodle crossed with a Poodle
- F1bb Goldendoodle: F1b Goldendoodle crossed with a Poodle
- F2 Goldendoodle: F1 Goldendoodle crossed with an F1 Goldendoodle
- F2b Goldendoodle: F1 Goldendoodle crossed with an F1b Goldendoodle
- F3 Goldendoodle: F1b Goldendoodle crossed with an F1b Goldendoodle
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