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Goldendoodle – Standard Puppies For Sale



Introduction

Goldendoodle – Standard Puppies For Sale

Introduction

Have you been thinking about getting a Goldendoodle? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve got available Goldendoodles of all shapes and sizes, including standard pups that are sure to steal your heart. So if you want to buy a Goldendoodle — or even if you just want more information on them — then read on.

What is a Goldendoodle?

A Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. They are a hybrid dog bred for the first time in North America. These dogs have become popular since their creation and can now be found at dog shows across North America.

Goldendoodles are affectionate, friendly, intelligent and very people-oriented dogs who get along well with children as well as other pets they’re raised with from puppyhood on. They’re emotionally stable, making them great companions for seniors or other individuals who need emotional support.

The size of your Goldendoodle will depend on which parent he takes after—if he inherits his mother’s genes (a female), then he’ll likely be smaller than if he inherits his father’s genes (a male). Male Goldendoodles usually weigh between 55–75 pounds; females usually weigh about 40–60 pounds.

The average lifespan of this breed is 10–15 years but it has been known to live longer than that sometimes!

What is a F1B Goldendoodle?

F1B goldendoodles are a cross between an F1 goldendoodle and another poodle of some sort. This means that they are 50% poodle, 25% golden retriever and 25% miniature poodle. They have the coat of a golden retriever, but their temperament is similar to that of a standard poodle. These dogs make great companions for people who have allergies; they do not shed as much as other breeds or even as much as regular goldendoodles do.

What is an F2B Goldendoodle?

The difference between an F2B Goldendoodle and an F1B Goldendoodle is that the latter has one generation of poodle in its lineage, while the former has two.

When you are looking for a non-shedding dog, it can be helpful to learn more about their genetics. The first number refers to how many generations back the poodle bloodline begins, and the second indicates how many generations back before that there was a golden retriever cross. So an F1B Goldendoodle would be 75% poodle (with one generation of poodles) and 25% golden retriever (with two).

As you might expect from this combination of breeds, these dogs tend toward being friendly with strangers but not overly shy or aggressive. They are also good choices for people who suffer from allergies because they produce fewer allergens than standard retrievers do.

What is a Miniature Goldendoodle?

The Miniature Goldendoodle is a cross between the Golden Retriever and the Miniature Poodle. This mix was created because of their hypoallergenic qualities, as both breeds are known for having low shedding coats and being great with kids.

The Miniature Goldendoodle makes for an incredibly affectionate pet that can be trained easily to follow commands or perform tricks. They make great family dogs, but they also do well alone or with other pets in your household. They’re extremely loyal animals who are always ready to play!

Because of the hypoallergenic nature of both parent breeds, it’s no surprise that these dogs have some unique health benefits: people who suffer from allergies often find themselves able to live comfortably with Minis without any issues whatsoever!

What is a Standard Goldendoodle?

A Standard Goldendoodle is the largest of all Goldendoodles. They are a cross between a purebred Golden Retriever and a purebred Standard Poodle, so they can be up to 24 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh anywhere from 50-90 pounds. This size range makes them large enough for their own home but not too large to be carried around easily or played with by children.

They have longer snouts than other types of Goldendoodles, which makes them look like a larger version of their parents: retrievers with long noses! The longer snout gives you more room for your eyes, nose and mouth—and that means better communication between you and your puppy!

How big will they grow?

Golden Retrievers and Poodles are the two most common parent breeds used in Goldendoodle breeding, so their size will vary. A golden retriever male can weigh anywhere from 70-80 lbs, while a female may reach 50-60 lbs. The average Poodle weighs 15-20 lbs at maturity. When you’re looking at a litter of puppies, it’s important to remember that there is no guarantee how large or small your puppy will grow because he or she can inherit traits from either parent breed or both!

Your Golden Doodle’s size can be predicted by looking at the parents’ physical characteristics: If both parents are larger than average (like Labs or Newfoundlands), chances are good that your puppy will be big as well. Likewise if both parents are small dogs like Chihuahuas or Bichon Frises; they’ll likely produce smaller puppies too! You may also want to consider what kind of breeders you’re using—some breeders specialize in producing either large or small Goldens/Labradoodles with specific coat colors; others sell only one type of dog (for example all black dogs).

The Goldendoodles come in many sizes, colors and levels of curliness.

Goldendoodles come in many sizes, colors and levels of curliness. The best way to figure out which Goldendoodle is right for you is to do research. You can also ask your breeder or other people who have them what they think about their dogs’ personalities and if they are happy with the breed.

Conclusion

We have an amazing litter of Goldendoodles! Both parents are health tested and clear. The puppies will be up to date on all vaccinations. We offer a two year health guarantee against any genetic defects. We microchip each puppy with Home Again Microchips. Call or email for more information about these adorable Goldendoodle puppies! I can send you more pictures upon request!

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