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Available Puppies

 We are getting ready for our summer litters.  Please take a look of the parents and their upcoming litters.

Meet the parents

The waitlist for our May litter is full, we are not taking more deposits for that.
I have some available spots on the next two litters. Please take a look. 

The Parents of our June Litter

Mom is an F1 Goldendoodle, about 45lbs. Very smart, trained service dog. 


Dad, F1b Goldendoodle. He is about 65lbs. He has a very good, laid back personality. He loves water and loves fetching (he would do that all they long:)


This litter will be born in mid June and will go home in mid August. The puppies will be F2b goldendoodles, with hopefully a few wavy hair puppies. So if you are one of those goldendoodle fans who like the look of mom you might have a better chance with this litter. The waitlist is open, you can save your spot with a $200 deposit. The total price is $1800.  
Make sure that you remind me if you have got a puppy from us before, or if someone will buy a puppy for your recommendation ( so you can get the $100 off).
It is also very helpful to know if you prefer wavy or curly hair puppy ( or you don't mind). 

The parents of our July litter

Mom is a medium size Poodle


Dad is a standard Poodle


This will be a medium size Poodle litter with great parents, with great personalities. Both are very sweet, very smart. Their puppies will be ready to go home at the beginning of September. We expect them to be about 35-50 pounds when they grow up. The total price is $1800. From that you will need to put down  $200 deposit to save your spot on the waitlist. 

What does F2b mean?

The Second Generation backcross Goldendoodle (F2b) is produced by crossing an F1 Goldendoodle (Dad) with an F1B Goldendoodle-Mom. 

  • F2B Goldendoodle = F1 Goldendoodle X F1B Goldendoodle: 62.5% Poodle - 37.5% Golden Retriever.

This generation has a good success rate for non-shedding compared to the F1 and F2 Generations. This generation can work for families with moderate to severe allergies. Many families want an F2b goldendoodle puppy, because they can have a little more Golden Retriever in look and temperament, than F1B puppies ( F1b goldendoodles have 25% golden retriever genes). Most are low to non-shedders. 

GoldendoodleReds. Lighter or darker. 

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