Mini Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale

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About Mini Goldendoodles

You’ve probably heard about Goldendoodles because this dog breed is all the rage. In part, that’s because Goldendoodles are just plain adorable, with curly coats and sweet faces. However, they are also hypoallergenic and intelligent, which further makes them an excellent fit for many families. But Goldendoodles can become pretty big, and large dogs aren’t for everyone. Luckily, Mini Goldendoodles can offer all of the positives of the Standard-sized breed, just in a smaller package.

 What Is a Mini Goldendoodle

A Mini Goldendoodle is the smallest version of a Goldendoodle, a designer breed resulting from mixing Golden Retrievers and Poodles. Goldendoodles generally come in three varieties: Miniature, Medium, and Standard. First-generation Goldendoodles will result from one parent of each breed. However, not all Mini Goldendoodle puppies will have that lineage. They may result from breeding two Goldendoodles or a Goldendoodle with a Poodle.

Mini Goldendoodles are very popular among people looking for a smaller dog to bring home. That is because, like Standard Goldendoodles, Mini Goldendoodles are highly intelligent, loyal, and loving. With a little effort, they can be very well-trained. Plus, they’re great with kids and are generally a very laid-back dog breed that can fit many families’ needs.

Mini Goldendoodles are also popular with dog lovers who are unfortunately allergic to most breeds. The Goldendoodle is a hypoallergenic breed, suitable for most people with allergies. This quality is largely due to the fact that they don’t shed, which can be a great trait even if you aren’t allergic because it means you can spend less time vacuuming.

In terms of appearance, Goldendoodles can vary a lot beyond just their size. For instance, their fur can come in numerous different colors and patterns. Most commonly, Mini Goldendoodle puppies have a solid coat that is golden but may have a tint that is reddish, orange, or white. However, it is also possible for them to be black, copper, white, etc.

Furthermore, some Mini Goldendoodles have coats that are abstract or parti. These terms mean that they may feature a combination of colors, like red and white patches. Some Goldendoodles also may have a blue merle coat.

About Our Mini Goldendoodle Puppies

We take pride in our breeding program because we want to ensure that every Mini Goldendoodle puppy can live a long, happy life with their new owners. In order to accomplish this, we give all puppies the care and love they need to develop a friendly personality that will make them a great addition to your family.

We also feed every Mini Goldendoodle Nutri Source food because this high-quality kibble promotes health across the board. We’ve had excellent results with this brand because it is sensitive on the puppies’ stomachs and promotes good skin and healthy coats. We also give every dog a daily vitamin to ensure their nutritional needs are always well-met.

We further make sure that your Mini Goldendoodle puppy will have been wormed and inoculated before they go home with you. Over three different sessions, at the 4, 6, and 8-week marks, they will have received the NeoPar, NeoVac DA2, and Intra Trak3 vaccines.

We want each of our Mini Goldendoodle puppies to be in good health for years to come, so we conduct rigorous genetic testing on their parents. The adult dogs are checked for Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) and Von Willebrand’s (VWB) with DNA tests. A DNA test is additionally conducted to ensure that all puppies that are born are unlikely to shed. We also ensure that each parent dog receives Hip and Elbow certification from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA).

Full-Grown Mini Goldendoodles

Goldendoodles can vary a lot in size, depending on their type. For instance, a Standard Goldendoodle can weigh as much as 100 pounds, which is a huge leap from the smallest variety, the Mini Goldendoodle, which can weigh as little as 15 pounds. But even within the Mini variety of Goldendoodles, a range of sizes exists. A Mini Goldendoodle can become as big as 45 pounds once it reaches maturity but often stays within 15-30 pounds.

This means that because there is such a range of sizes, it can be hard to know exactly how big your new Mini Goldendoodle will be once it is fully grown. The good news is that if you carefully observe your puppy’s growth, you can get an approximate prediction.

Mini Goldendoodles will keep growing until they are about a year old. However, their growth will decline when they are around 4.5 to 6 months old. When they are about 18 weeks old, you can make a rough calculation for how big they will become. Simply double their weight at 18 weeks to receive the size your Mini Goldendoodle puppy will likely reach when fully grown.

Mini Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale

Our Mini Goldendoodle Puppies can come from several different generations. Some come from breeding a Golden Retriever and a Poodle and are referred to as F1 Goldendoodles. Many others are F2 Goldendoodles, the product of two F1 Goldendoodles. However, sometimes an F1 is bred with a poodle, which creates an F1b. F1b’s may be bred with other F1b’s, another poodle, or an F1 Goldendoodle. 

This means that there are many variations of Goldendoodle available. It’s also important to know that the more poodle that is in the mix, the more hypoallergenic a Mini Goldendoodle puppy will be. Therefore, an F1bb, which results from an F1b breeding with a poodle, will be the ideal dog if allergies are concerned. 

For every litter, there is an explanation of the Mini Goldendoodle puppies’ lineage and an estimation of how large they will grow to be. You can view this information and the price for each puppy on this page, which lists the currently available puppies.

Mini Goldendoodle Puppy Frequently Asked Questions

How Big Does A Mini Goldendoodle Get?

In terms of height, the Mini Goldendoodle should grow approximately 13-15 inches tall when measured to the shoulder. That figure is nearly half the height of a Standard Goldendoodle, which can become tall as 24 inches high.

Of course, there are always variations. Individual Goldendoodles might be slightly taller or a little slighter, making them fall somewhat outside of the estimated size ranges. The breeds of a Mini Goldendoodle’s parents will especially impact their height.

That is because not all Mini Goldendoodles result from one Golden Retriever and one Poodle parent. Those breeds have been crossed to create the Goldendoodle, but they are not always represented in equal measure. For instance, Mini Goldendoodle puppies may have two Goldendoodle parents. They can also be a mix of Goldendoodle and Poodle.

How Much Does a Mini Goldendoodle Cost?

All Goldendoodles from Poodles2Doodles are priced between $2000 and $3000. The size of a specific puppy, plus the type of coat that they have, will account for the variation in prices.

Every Goldendoodle also has a 2-year guarantee of genetic health that is baked into the price. That reflects our faith in the battery of health tests that are performed on parent dogs prior to them having their first litter. We also ensure that all Mini Goldendoodle puppies receive excellent care for the first weeks of their life before they are taken home by their new family. To that end, all Mini Goldendoodle Puppies are fed healthy and nutritious food, given their shots, and dewormed.

We find that these protocols are an effective measure of catching potential physical concerns. Therefore, we feel confident that the Mini Goldendoodle puppies for sale are each able to be healthy and happy companions for your family for years to come.

However, we require that you take your new puppy to your vet immediately after receiving them. We will always replace your puppy with another one if a deadly condition is found at this point. Likewise, if any of our Mini Goldendoodle puppies for sale are found to have a genetic disorder within the first two years with their new family, we will replace the puppy. We do not refund puppies, but we will always ensure that replacements are of equal value.

When Does A Mini Goldendoodle Stop Growing?

Mini Goldendoodle puppies typically stop growing around the one-year mark. But this is just an estimate. Some Mini Goldendoodles will be full-grown shortly before their first birthday, and others can keep growing for months after.

You can track your puppy’s growth by knowing the standard benchmarks for weight as they grow. For instance, your Mini Goldendoodle should be between 6 and 12 pounds at approximately three months old. At around six months of age, your Mini Goldendoodle puppy should weigh 11-22 pounds.

What Size Crate for Mini Goldendoodle?

The dog crate you purchase must be large enough to accommodate your Mini Goldendoodle puppy when it is fully grown. To that end, because Mini Goldendoodles are typically around 15-35 pounds when they are adults, you should buy a crate that is 36 inches.

You don’t want to purchase a crate that is too large because this can undermine the process of crate training. For instance, with crates that are too big, puppies are more likely to use a corner as the bathroom.

To effectively train your puppy, you need a crate that acts as a den. That means that it is large enough to accommodate when your puppy stands up, sits, lies down, or stretches out but is no bigger than is necessary to allow for these movements.

How Much Does a Mini Goldendoodle Weigh?

While they are still growing, you can anticipate a puppy of this breed to be between 6 and 12 pounds at three months old and 11-22 at six months. Mini Goldendoodle puppies can grow to a range of sizes as adults. However, usually, their weight does not exceed 30 or so pounds once they are in adulthood. They can also be much smaller than that, as some do not exceed 15 pounds when they are fully grown. 


Of course, if your Mini Goldendoodle is taller than average, it will weigh slightly more than the typical range once it matures. Nutrition will also have a significant impact on the weight of any dog. So it’s possible for an overfed Mini Goldendoodle to become overweight. 

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