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Welcome to the home of Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale. As Registered and well recognized Goldendoodle Puppies Breeders, we have been raising Goldendoodle Puppies since 2014 . We have extensive experience in breeding and grooming Goldendoodle Puppies  . We provide an opportunity to become an owner of our Goldendoodle Puppies for sale. We equally provide shipping services to ensure your Goldendoodle Puppies arrives your location with no hassles. 

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ABOUT GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES BREED

The Goldendoodle breed is a newcomer to the ever-growing list of dog breeds. The breed first appeared in the late 1990s when breeders attempted to breed a larger alternative to small fashionable dogs, like the Cockapoo.

Since then, the Goldendoodle has grown in popularity and become one of the most recognizable dog breeds in the world. The Goldendoodle is referred to as a designer dog, a crossbreed between two purebreds.

Crossbreed traits are never set, which means the physical features and temperament of breeds like the Goldendoodle can vary drastically from dog to dog.

Goldendoodles possess the best features of the Golden Retriever and Poodle dog breeds such as high levels of affection, intelligence, and energy, as well as a soft, luxurious hypoallergenic coat.

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Goldendoodle puppies are a lovely addition to any family and projected to surpass many dog breeds on its way to becoming one of the world’s most popular pets. Incredible friendliness and an overabundance of affection are defining characteristics of adult Goldendoodles.

Doodle puppies, like doodle adults, are also friendly and affectionate but practically vibrate with energy. Doodle puppies tend to “kill” their stuffed toys, nip at fingers and zoom from room to room like an animal possessed.

Nipping, growling, and jumping are common, but not to worry. Doodle puppies, though energetic are no more destructive than other puppies and are relatively easy to train.

Housebreaking a puppy requires patience, praise, and consistency. Goldendoodle puppy parents should spend as much time as possible with their doodle puppy, especially for the first three weeks.

Positive training techniques are the most effective when obedience training a Goldendoodle puppy. Agility courses and the dog park are also great places to socialize new Goldendoodle puppies and to burn off their abundance of puppy energy.

The Goldendoodle is a hybrid, or designer dog, which is a crossbreed between two purebred parents, as such the Goldendoodle does not belong to any breed group. However, much about the Goldendoodle can be determined by examining the breed group of its parents, a Golden Retriever and a Standard Poodle.

Poodles are generally considered “Non-sporting” dogs with beautiful hypoallergenic coats. Golden Retrievers, on the other hand, are classified as “Sporting” dogs and are bred to excel as guide dogs and sniffer dogs.

Doodles were initially bred as guide dogs and a hypoallergenic alternative for the vision impaired who also suffer from dog allergies. Because the Goldendoodle is a crossbreed it is not recognized by the prominent breed associations such as the AKC, the UKC, and the CKC.

Depending on its ancestry, a Goldendoodle may exhibit features that are more like the Standard Poodle, or the Golden Retriever.

First generation Goldendoodles, known as F1 are the direct offspring of a Standard Poodle and a Golden Retriever. F1 Goldendoodles may be hypoallergenic and often exhibit what is known as “hybrid vigor,” which makes them generally healthier than either parent.

Goldendoodles referred to as F1B (first-generation backcross) are the offspring of a Goldendoodle and a Standard Poodle and generally exhibit an abundance of Standard Poodle traits like a curly, hypoallergenic coat.

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Goldendoodles (first generation) exhibit a range of colors and sizes based on their parentage. In general, Goldendoodles are considered medium-sized, between 17 and 21 inches tall with incredibly soft, wavy fur that covers their entire body.

Head

Goldendoodles possess a large head compared to other medium-sized dogs. The Goldendoodle’s skull is broad, slightly arched and may exhibit the “golden retriever bump” on top of their head.

The muzzle is medium length, straight and free of fleshy jowls. Doodles exhibit the large teeth and floppy ears of their parents. (Golden Retriever and Standard Poodle)

They have large, friendly eyes that reveal a keen intelligence, and a face that is often hilariously expressive for a canine.

Body

Goldendoodles range from small and slender, to stocky and muscular depending on their parentage. One method for estimating the future size of a Goldendoodle puppy is to divide the combined weights of its parents and divide by two.

Legs and Feet

Goldendoodles have muscular, well-coordinated forequarters with medium paws and thick pads.

Tail and Hindquarters

The hindquarters of the Goldendoodle consist of straight, muscular legs when viewed from the rear, medium-sized, compact paws.

Coat and Colors

The Goldendoodle coat is a defining feature of the breed, even though it can vary dramatically from doodle to doodle. The appearance of a doodles coat depends significantly on the dog’s genetics, and parentage.

Goldendoodles who exhibit an abundance of dominant poodle genes may inherit a curly hypoallergenic coat. Doodles who exhibit an abundance of dominant Golden Retriever genes are likely to inherit a straight coat that is not hypoallergenic.

Goldendoodles are generally born with one of three coat types: shaggy, curly and straight. Coats also vary by color including black, copper, white, cream, gray, golden, apricot, and red.

Shaggy – The shaggy Goldendoodle coat is a combination of the curly Poodle coat and the straight coat of a Golden Retriever. Shaggy Goldendoodles have soft waves of thick, potentially hypoallergenic fur that requires frequent brushing.

Goldendoodles are a hybrid breed, which means their physical appearance can vary dramatically, even within the same litter

 


FAQ’s


How bad do Goldendoodles shed? Most Goldendoodles poses a hypoallergenic, non-shedding coat. However, how much a Goldendoodle sheds can vary from puppy to puppy, even in the same litter.

Is a Goldendoodle a good family dog? Absolutely. Goldendoodles have proven themselves to be excellent family dogs.

How smart is a Goldendoodle? Goldendoodles are bred to be working dogs, which means the exhibit an impressive canine intellect.

How long does a Goldendoodle live? With annual trips to the vet, a healthy diet and plenty of exercises the average life expectancy of a Goldendoodle is between 10 and 15 years.

Are Goldendoodles loyal? Goldendoodles are extremely loyal to their family.

Do Goldendoodles need haircuts? Yes. Regular grooming is essential to the health of a Goldendoodle.

Do Goldendoodles make good service dogs? Yes. Goldendoodles are bred as service dogs and have proven themselves to be cable workers.

Why are Goldendoodles so popular?  The Goldendoodle is not recognized as an official breed by any major kennel club, so its popularity compared to other official breeds is hard to officially determine.

However, considering the frequency of adoption, it is no exaggeration to say the Goldendoodle is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. Goldendoodles are popular because of their hallmark coat and overly affectionate temperament.

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First created in the late 1990s, Goldendoodles are one of the youngest and most popular breeds around today. The Goldendoodle owes much of its popularity to its parents, the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle.

The Goldendoodle is a hybrid breed, initially bred to combine the features of the hypoallergenic Standard Poodle with the loyal intelligence and temperament of the Golden Retriever.

The Standard Poodle and the Golden Retriever are not only two of the smartest dog breeds, but they are also two of the most loyal. What’s more, the coats of both breeds are luxurious and easily distinguishable from the coats of every other breed in the world.

The result of breeding to beautiful and capable canines is the wonderfully affectionate and wildly popular Goldendoodle. F1 Goldendoodles are the direct offspring of a Standard Poodle and a Golden Retriever and are the most common of the breed.

In the years since the late 1990’s variations on the Goldendoodle have emerged including:

  • F1B – Offspring of a Standard Poodle and an F1 Goldendoodle
  • F2 – Offspring of an F1 and another F1 Goldendoodle
  • F2B – Offspring of an F1 and an F1B Goldendoodle
  • Variations in breeding result in a wide variety of Goldendoodle shapes, sizes, and colors.

However, the same variations also exclude the Goldendoodle breed from official “breed” recognition by breed associations like the AKC, the UKC, and the CKC.

Most Goldendoodle owners could care less about the official breed status of their Goldendoodle. Instead, most are overjoyed by their doodles highly affectionate and friendly temperament.

The Goldendoodle temperament comes from its Golden Retriever parentage and contributes to the dog’s friendly personality and its ability as a service dog.

In fact, the original intent of breeding the Goldendoodle was to combine the service dog ability of the Golden Retriever with the hypoallergenic coat of the Standard Poodle for the visually impaired who are sensitive to dog allergies.

Goldendoodles Puppies for sale are regularly trained as therapy and guide dogs to assist the disabled and visually impaired. They are also utilized by the military and law enforcement to sniff for narcotics and rescue those in need.

Goldendoodle may have a short history, but they have filled those years with loyal companionship and millions of hours of service that has bettered the lives of human beings.

First created in the late 1990s, Goldendoodles are one of the youngest and most popular breeds around today. The Goldendoodle owes much of its popularity to its parents, the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle.

The Goldendoodle is a hybrid breed, initially bred to combine the features of the hypoallergenic Standard Poodle with the loyal intelligence and temperament of the Golden Retriever.

The Standard Poodle and the Golden Retriever are not only two of the smartest dog breeds, but they are also two of the most loyal. What’s more, the coats of both breeds are luxurious and easily distinguishable from the coats of every other breed in the world.

The result of breeding to beautiful and capable canines is the wonderfully affectionate and wildly popular Goldendoodle. F1 Goldendoodles are the direct offspring of a Standard Poodle and a Golden Retriever and are the most common of the breed.

In the years since the late 1990’s variations on the Goldendoodle have emerged including:

  • F1B – Offspring of a Standard Poodle and an F1 Goldendoodle
  • F2 – Offspring of an F1 and another F1 Goldendoodle
  • F2B – Offspring of an F1 and an F1B Goldendoodle
  • Variations in breeding result in a wide variety of Goldendoodle shapes, sizes, and colors.

However, the same variations also exclude the Goldendoodle breed from official “breed” recognition by breed associations like the AKC, the UKC, and the CKC.

Most Goldendoodle owners could care less about the official breed status of their Goldendoodle. Instead, most are overjoyed by their doodles highly affectionate and friendly temperament.

The Goldendoodle temperament comes from its Golden Retriever parentage and contributes to the dog’s friendly personality and its ability as a service dog.

In fact, the original intent of breeding the Goldendoodle was to combine the service dog ability of the Golden Retriever with the hypoallergenic coat of the Standard Poodle for the visually impaired who are sensitive to dog allergies.

Goldendoodles are regularly trained as therapy and guide dogs to assist the disabled and visually impaired. They are also utilized by the military and law enforcement to sniff for narcotics and rescue those in need.

Goldendoodle may have a short history, but they have filled those years with loyal companionship and millions of hours of service that has bettered the lives of human beings.

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