Besides servicing me we volunteer at assisted living facilities, visit hospitals and assist children who have difficulty reading out loud. We also have twin goldendoodles who are also your babies and certified. Make no mistake, it is their first beginning home with you and good genes that brings us joy everyday with new adventures. My Veterinarian always comments about their health and beautiful disposition. We are a team that took me beyond any of my expectations. Anyone interested please buy from the best, American Goldendoodles. I am now on a walker and my wheelchair sits in my garage because of your loving American Goldendoodles!"
Hello! My older sister has wanted a goldendoodle for what seems like forever, her husband is looking into buying her one. He asked me for help but I have never even owned a pet so I have no idea where to start or how to help. They live in upstate NY, they have a nice house with a backyard. I know ideally he would want to get her a puppy for Christmas or her birthday which is late in January. But really he just wants to get her a puppy at some point in the future. I'm looking for any advice: on where to buy, how to check to make sure the breeder is legit, if you should pay for some kind of obedience school, and what a good price is. Any advice is helpful because I'm completely new to this. Thanks!
Theodore is a F1 mini goldendoodle. He was born January 15, 2018 in a littler with 9 other puppies (7 girls, 2 boys). He is 40lbs now. Theodore and his brother were the biggest pups in their litter! Below is his seven week old head shot. Look at that paw!
These are just the basics. An experienced breeder will be able to provide you with the best guidance on what to expect from each generation of goldendoodle, especially traits that may be passed down specific to puppies in the litter.
Because there are a variety of coat colors within both breeds, there is a lot of color variation in the goldendoodle. Dogs may be pale and cream-colored, dark apricot, or even black or chocolate-colored. Goldendoodles are not always solid-colored pups and can have a wide variety of markings, making each dog unique!
Yes, with proper training and socialization, the goldendoodle can be a great first pup for a family. We have highlighted how these pups love to please their humans and make great companion dogs so if you are thinking about adding a dog to your family the goldendoodle might be a perfect choice.
Like their golden retriever parents, goldendoodles also make great service dogs. Their intelligence and obedience are a winning combination that helps them excel as guide dogs, and their affectionate and gentle nature makes them a great choice for therapy dogs. Goldendoodles also possess a knack for sniffing out the presence of peanuts for people allergic to the legume.
Because they're not a true breed, the appearance of goldendoodles can vary widely depending on which parent possesses the more dominant genes. Their coat can be straight like a golden retriever's or curly like a poodle's, but it often lands somewhere in between, appearing wavy and shaggy. Goldendoodle puppies may go through different stages before their coat takes on its final appearance. Coloring is often yellow-brown like that of their golden retriever parent, but it can also be any color you'd find in a poodle, including white, amber, red, brown, black, gray or white. It's also possible for the coat to be multicolored.
Although it's possible that they'll take after their golden retriever parents in terms of shedding, goldendoodles more typically don't shed a lot. They don't need to be bathed more often than every couple of months unless they get dirty, but they do need to be brushed daily to keep their coats from matting. If their coat is clipped fairly short, which some pet parents prefer, they will only need to be brushed once or twice a week.
As they're technically mixed-breed dogs, goldendoodles are not recognized by the AKC or other international purebred dog registries. And as of 2019, no breeding clubs have formed to promote the development of a breed standard. However, they are recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club and can be registered with that organization.
As cute as they are sweet and loving, goldendoodles are also energetic and playful, making them an excellent match for active families who like to include their dogs in all of their outdoor adventures.
At Seattle Goldendoodles, we raise top quality goldendoodles for families who want to add a four legged member to their family. We are a small family who loves dogs. Each goldendoodle gets the love and attention they need to become well adjusted, happy pets. When you select your 8 week old goldendoodle, it will be crate trained, potty trained, and adjusted to in-home family living. We also guarantee your goldendoodle against hip dysplasia for 1 year.
When you pick up your new goldendoodle puppy, we provide you with all of the information and guidelines you need to ensure your new family member gets the care it needs to reward you with many years of unquestioned love.
Safari Doodles was created by two friends who love dogs. All of their dogs are part of their family and live inside their homes. Their vast experience in producing goldendoodles has given them the skill and ability to use this knowledge to create service dogs for people with disabilities. 781b155fdc