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What is a Goldendoodle?

A Goldendoodle is a hybrid dog breed that is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle.  The two breeds were chosen carefully to complement one another. The poodle was chosen for its curly, hypoallergenic coat, and the golden retriever for its pleasant disposition and strong sense of loyalty. 

Both are highly intelligent breeds, ranking in the top 5 of the most intelligent dogs. The result is an adorable dog with a lot of personality, intelligence, and friendliness. Goldendoodles have become increasingly popular over the years, and for good reason. They are the perfect addition to any family, with their low-shedding coats, family-friendly temperament, and trainability.

Goldendoodles come in a variety of sizes, from miniature to standard. Miniature Goldendoodles can weigh anywhere from 15 to 35 pounds, while standard Goldendoodles can weigh up to 90 pounds. Their coat can be curly or straight and can range in color from cream to black.

We love these dogs and we know that you will too! Our priorities are great health, even calm temperament, and adorable puppies.

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Temperament and Personality

One of the most appealing things about Goldendoodles is their temperament. They are known for being friendly, affectionate, and easy to train. They are also highly adaptable and can fit in well with any living situation, whether you live in a small apartment or a large house.

At our home, we perform temperament tests on our puppies early on to ensure that they have the right temperament for a family pet. We look for traits such as friendliness, sociability, and trainability to ensure that our puppies will make great companions for their new families.

Training and Exercise

Goldendoodles are highly trainable and respond well to positive reinforcement. They are eager to please their owners and are quick learners. They thrive on human interaction and need plenty of exercise to stay healthy and happy. Regular exercise and playtime are important for Goldendoodles, as they are active dogs that love to run, play, and explore.

Grooming and Maintenance

One of the main reasons why Goldendoodles are such popular pets is because of their low-shedding coats. Their coats are a mix of the Golden Retriever and Poodle, which means that they don’t shed as much as other dog breeds. This makes them a popular choice for allergy sufferers who still want to enjoy the company of a furry friend.

However, Goldendoodles do require regular grooming to keep their coats looking their best. This includes regular brushing, trimming, and bathing. At our home, we provide our clients with detailed grooming instructions to help them keep their Goldendoodle’s coat looking healthy and shiny.

Goldendoodle Sizes

Micro Golden Doodles: 5-10 lbs

These tiny 5-10 LBS puppies are ideal for small apartments and city life because they require less space than larger varieties.

Teacup Golden Doodles: 8-15 lbs

These sweet puppies are still small enough for travel and apartment life but their size is great for little kids and family life.

Toy Golden Doodles: 13-25 lbs ( limited litters Per Year )

Do you need a hiking or running companion but live in the city? A toy Goldendoodle is the size for you.

Mini Golden Doodles: 20-35 lbs ( limited litters Per Year )

Looking for a great dog that can handle whatever you are doing but aren’t so big that they can’t fit into your apartment? Consider a mini goldendoodle to meet your specific requirements!

Medium Golden Doodles: 30-45 lbs ( limited litters Per Year )

Great for homes that want a doodle but don’t want an extra-large dog, this is the dog for you!
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Goldendoodle Generations

Golden Retriever x Poodle = F1 (50% Golden Retriever & 50% Poodle)
F1 x F1 = F2 (50% Golden Retriever & 50% Poodle)
F1 x Poodle = F1B (25% Golden Retriever & 75% Poodle)
F1B x Poodle = F1BB (12.5% Golden Retriever & 87.5% Poodle)
F1B x F1B = F2B (25% Golden Retriever & 75% Poodle)
F2 x F1 and below = Multigenerational

Goldendoodle Qualities and Health Expectancy

It is important to keep in mind that every dog is different, but understanding general qualities and health expectations can help you to make the best decision where your lovable companion is concerned. This is why we require health testing for each of our parent dogs to avoid potential health complications.
Goldendoodles take on the best traits of both breeds. The cross between these two parent breeds make terrific family dogs. They are friendly, intelligent, affectionate, and easy to train. They are devoted to their family and friendly towards children, other dogs, and pets, and are easy with strangers.

Goldendoodle dogs are social dogs and are happiest when they are with their family. Goldendoodle puppies are likely to get into mischief and develop behavioral problems if they spend most of their lives alone, due to their high levels of intelligence. Their intelligence, eagerness to please, and love of learning make them very easy to train.
Coat Expectations
Improper Coats: This coat type is fairly common in F2 goldendoodles. These coats are relatively easy to maintain and don’t require much brushing, but they don’t tend to produce the same “teddy bear” look that many of the other coat types display. These coats tend to have moderate to high levels of shedding

Straight/Light Wave Coats: Wavy coats are very common. They typically require brushing once a day in areas that generally receive high friction, such as behind the ears, the neck, the base of the tail, etc.

Curly Coats: These coats are most common in F1B and F3 Goldendoodles. This coat requires daily full-body brushing. Curly coats come in many varieties, depending on the tightness of the curl. This coat type tends to have minimal to no shedding and are a great option for homes with allergies.
Health Testing
Because Goldendoodles are a hybrid breed, the resulting hybrid vigor makes them less susceptible to genetic diseases associated with purebred breeds.

They grow healthier and live longer than either parent line. The only genetic diseases Goldendoodles can be prone to would be those shared by both the Golden Retriever and the Poodle.

We get asked a lot if there are more health problems with smaller Goldendoodles, because of the father being a mini or toy Poodle. Smaller Goldendoodles are actually healthier!

What most people don’t know is that all small and toy breeds originally were bred down in size from larger dogs. The smaller Goldendoodles have fewer health problems because they share less of the same bad genetic traits. In fact, that’s true about most dogs; smaller dogs generally live longer than larger dogs.
How Goldendoodles May Impact Allergies
The higher the percentage of Poodle, the better the chances of no shedding and allergies.

A first-generation Goldendoodle is the result of a golden retriever and a poodle. This is considered a F1 Goldendoodle. Because they are 50% golden retriever and 50% poodle, they are more likely to shed as a result of the higher percentage of Golden Retriever in them.

When you get to the second generation Goldendoodle, they are typically called an F1B. An F1B is the child of an F1 Goldendoodle and a poodle. An F1B Goldendoodle has 75% poodle and 25% golden retriever. The poodle’s coat genetics is what makes the Goldendoodle allergy friendly and non-shedding. Since a F1B Goldendoodle has 75% poodle, you are going to have little to no shedding.

Make sure to ask your breeder about coat genetics. Sometimes the genetics of F2 and beyond can produce improper coats that shed and are missing furnishings (The adorable hair that gives your doodle that teddy bear look).

Adopting a Goldendoodle

If you’re interested in adopting a Goldendoodle puppy, look no further than Little Teton Doodles. We have a variety of Goldendoodle litters available, and we work hard to ensure that all of our puppies are healthy, happy, and well-socialized. Our Goldendoodle puppies are raised in a loving and nurturing environment, and they receive the best care possible from the moment they are born.

We are committed to helping our clients find the perfect Goldendoodle puppy for their family. We take the time to get to know our clients and their lifestyle to ensure that they are matched with the right puppy. Our Goldendoodles are highly sought after, and we have a waiting list for our litters. If you are interested in adopting a Goldendoodle puppy, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible to reserve your spot on our waiting list.

The Goldendoodle is a wonderful breed that makes an excellent family pet. With their friendly temperament, intelligence, and low-shedding coats, they are the perfect addition to any household. If you are interested in adopting a Goldendoodle puppy, we encourage you to contact us today to learn more about our available litters and how you can bring home your new best friend.

Livvy & Gryff Teacup Goldendoodles

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Rosemary is a spunky girl and a total heartbreaker. She absolutely loves kids. She is estimated 9-11 lbs full grown.
Rosemary is ideal for any type of family. She loves to cuddle and go on  walks around the neighborhood.

Remi & Echo Micro Goldendoodles

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Parlsey is a real-life teddy bear! She is the smallest in the litter. She is estimated to be 8-10 lbs full grown. 
Parsley would love to find a cute lap to curl up on while you're reading a book or go to a local park or cafe to meet new people. She loves kids and new friends. 
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Rosemary & Parsley

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Micro F1bb Goldendoodle - Female
Est. 6-8 lbs 
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Coco Chanel

Micro F1bb Goldendoodle -Female
Est. 6-8 lbs
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Micro F1bb Goldendoodle - Male
Est. 6-8 lbs

Our Promise and Guarantee To You

We take great pride in our puppies and want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. That's why we offer a 1-year genetic life-threatening guarantee on all of our puppies. We also provide a certified veterinarian report for each puppy so you can be sure that they are healthy and happy.
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