Beautiful Goldendoodles for Sale
Our beloved Goldendoodles for sale! A Golden Retriever and Poodle mix. He earns popularity for his affectionate nature as and his beautiful (and allergen-friendly!) coat. Goldendoodles are generally more enthusiastic about meeting new people. They are ingrained with a social, happy-go-lucky attitude that comes from the Golden Retriever. Goldendoodles are also commonly used as emotional support animals and therapy dogs. Available in both the larger standard size and as a smaller miniature size. This is due to the size variation of the Poodle parent. Goldendoodles are energetic yet gentle dogs that crave human interaction. They love daily walks or outdoor play sessions to fill their physical needs. Both of their parent breeds are friendly and super smart. Thus, the Goldendoodle inherits the best of both breeds. Families with small children, first time dog owners, and those needing emotional support animals are perfect candidates for Goldendoodles.
Poodles range in size more than Golden Retrievers. A Goldendoodle’s height and weight depend mostly on his Poodle lineage. Specifically, a Standard Poodle will result in a full-size Goldendoodle. However, a miniature Poodle parent likely reduces a pup’s full-grown size. Standard Goldendoodles can stand more than 21 inches tall. They can weigh in the neighborhood of 100 pounds. Miniature Goldendoodles stand less than 14-17 inches tall. Typically they weigh no more than 35 pounds.
Goldendoodles for Sale Coat Colors
Golden Retrievers have coats that stick to the wheat or golden range. A Poodle can be one of many colors—this variation also shows up in Goldendoodles. It can also result in black, white, brown, cream, and red Goldendoodles. In very rare cases, a pup bred from multiple generations of doodles will have recessive color traits. Colors such as gray, blue, or even multi-colors can appear. The most common eye color for this breed is brown tones.
Allergies? No Worries!
Perhaps one of the biggest attractions of Goldendoodles is their hypoallergenic coat. However, Goldendoodle coats can be longer and wavier, thanks to their Golden Retriever genes. As a descendant of the poodle, the Goldendoodle is a popular option for dog owners with allergies. The Goldendoodle hardly sheds, which means they can be a good fit for people who tend to have allergies around pups. For owners who want a big dog that doesn’t shed, a doodle that’s 75 percent Poodle and 25 percent Golden Retriever is a superb option. This is also known as an F1B Goldendoodle. These inherit a curlier Poodle coat that’s better for those with dog allergies.
Grooming Your Goldendoodle
A Goldendoodle can have very curly, poodle-like locks from the Poodle parent. Or inherit a more wavy mane from their Golden Retriever parent. Despite their hypoallergenic coat, doodles have a double coat.
A double coat consists of an undercoat and an overcoat. The undercoat will be lighter in color and also softer to touch. The outer coat will be coarser and comprises of longer hair which hides the softer fur. The outer coat can shed all year round whereas the undercoat will only shed seasonally.
The undercoat is there simply to keep your dog insulated. It protects your dog against the harsh winter temperatures. In the summer it keeps them protected from the summer sun.
Even with very little to no shedding, Goldendoodles still need grooming to keep their coat healthy. The curlier the coat, the more often they’ll need to be brushed. In general, a Goldendoodle needs daily brushing to avoid painful matting. However, if they have a straight coat or a very short coat, weekly brushing sessions will be sufficient.
Our Goldendoodles for Sale
We generally have a litter or two of Goldendoodle puppies for sale at various times in the year. Please check our Puppies for Sale page to see if we have a current litter. After that, you can begin the Process and be on your way to a bouncing, little fur-baby of your own!