Doodle breeds, like Goldendoodles and Cavapoos, have surged in popularity over the last decade. These "designer dogs" are a combination of two purebred dogs, creating a new mixed breed with desirable traits from both parents, like a fluffy coat, a playful personality, and general adorableness. As more and more people seek out these mixed-breed dogs, breeders have created new doodle variations to meet the increasing demand.
At Little Teton Doodle, our priority is to produce healthy and well-socialized puppies seamlessly fitting into their new forever homes. We take pride in utilizing responsible and ethical breeding practices to ensure our puppies are healthier and free from any genetic disorders. Our team of experienced and certified veterinarians carefully assesses the health and well-being of our puppies before releasing them to their new homes.
Doodle breeds are hybrid dogs-a mix of a poodle and another purebred.
Breeders started procreating poodles with other breeds to produce dogs bearing desirable traits of its parents with hypoallergenic coats. Poodles have a distinctively curly coat that resembles more hair than fur, so mixed breeds may inherit this coat, which is advisable for those with allergies.
Goldendoodle, a popular doodle breed, is a mix of golden retrievers and poodles.
Goldendoodles are friendly, energetic, and affectionate family dogs that don't shed much. They require daily exercise and grooming to keep their curly coat from matting and tangling. Goldendoodles come in a range of sizes, from mini to standard, depending on the size of the poodle used.
Cavapoos are a doodle breed that mixes cavalier King Charles spaniels and poodles. Cavapoos are playful and gentle, and they tend to bond very closely with their owners. They have a soft, fluffy coat varying from straight to wavy or curly, and are a good breed for allergy sufferers since they shed minimally. Cavapoos need daily exercise and grooming to keep their coat clean and tangle-free.
Little Teton Doodle carefully selects dogs for breeding based on health, temperament, and pedigree. Breeding dogs are tested for genetic diseases and must meet high standards. We are committed to the health and well-being of all dogs. Only a limited number of litters are bred each year.
Puppies are raised in a home environment and receive extensive socialization from an early age. They are vetted by a licensed veterinarian, receive necessary vaccinations, and are guaranteed to be in good health. We work hard to match puppies with suitable families and offer support for the life of the dog. The top priority is producing happy, healthy puppies with wonderful temperaments and social skills.
Goldendoodles are a hybrid breed known for their affectionate and energetic temperaments. They are a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle, resulting in an intelligent and social dog that craves human companionship. Goldendoodles tend to be playful, gentle, and patient with children and other pets. Since they are a mixed breed, their traits can vary, but they are usually happy, friendly, and eager to please.
Goldendoodles come in a range of sizes, from miniature to standard.
Goldendoodles can have different coat types, including straight, wavy, or curly. Their coat colors are most commonly cream, gold, apricot, and red. They are considered light to non-shedding if they inherit a Poodle's curly coat, making them a popular choice for people with allergies. Regular grooming is required to keep their coats clean and trimmed.
Goldendoodles require daily exercises, such as walks or playtime. They thrive on routine and attention, so they are not ideal for owners with long work hours or who are frequently away from home.
Their coat should be brushed 2-3 times a week to prevent matting and knots. Trimming and clipping are recommended every 6-8 weeks. Bathe them as needed with mild dog shampoo.
Goldendoodles should be fed high-quality dog food appropriate for their age and size. They need annual checkups, vaccinations, and dental care to remain healthy. With proper care and affection, Goldendoodles can live 10-15 years or more.
Cavapoos are a mix of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle. They have an affectionate and playful temperament, bonding very closely with their owners. Cavapoos are highly social and get along well with children and other pets. They are intelligent, eager to please, and respond well to training.
Cavapoos can have different coat types depending on whether they take more after their Cavalier or Poodle parents. They may have a silky, wavy coat (Cavalier) or a curly, woolly coat (Poodle). Common colors include black, white, chestnut, tricolor (black, white, and tan), Blenheim (chestnut and white), and ruby.
Due to their mixed coat types, Cavapoos may require daily brushing and professional grooming every 4-6 weeks. Housetraining a Cavapoos takes patience and consistency. Crate training helps teach them to hold their bladder. Early socialization and positive reinforcement training help Cavapoos become well-adjusted and obedient dogs. Their eager-to-please nature makes them receptive to training.
When selecting a doodle breed that's right for you and your family, there are several important factors to consider. These factors can range from size, temperament, activity level, and trainability, to coat type and grooming needs.
Size: Goldendoodles and Cavapoos tend to be smaller than standard poodles. Goldendoodles come in a variety of sizes, ranging from mini to standard, whereas Cavapoos are typically smaller.
Activity level: Higher energy doodles need daily exercise, while lower energy doodles are more lap dogs. Choose a doodle suited to your activity levels.
Trainability: Poodles are highly intelligent and trainable, but other breeds can impact a doodle's trainability. Consider how much time you have to devote to training.
Temperament: Doodles can have a range of temperaments, from energetic and boisterous to calm and reserved. Think about the temperament that would fit best with your lifestyle.
Coat type and grooming needs: Goldendoodles and Cavapoos typically have wavy, low-shedding coats that require regular brushing. Poodles, on the other hand, have tight, curly coats that require regular grooming and clipping.
Adoption is often less expensive than purchasing a puppy from a breeder. Consider your budget when deciding between the two options.
With adoption, you may not know the dog's background and history. Purchasing from a reputable breeder allows you to know the dog's history and breeding.
Puppies require significant time and patience, while adopting an older dog may be easier to care for. Consider the age that would fit best with your situation.
Doodles make wonderful companions thanks to their playful and affectionate nature. Whether you're seeking an exercise buddy, a cuddle companion, or an ever-faithful friend, doodles deliver joy and laughter every day.
Little Teton Doodle is committed to responsibly breeding doodles and placing them in loving homes. With a dedication to health, temperament, and quality, we work closely with families to find their perfect doodle match.
Don't miss out on the delights of doodle ownership. Contact Little Teton Doodle to learn more about available litters of goldendoodle, cavapoos, or poodle puppies and find your forever friend. Our support continues long after placement through resources, advice, and a passionate community of doodle lovers.