Helpful Info.

F1-  Is the first generation Poodle bred to Golden Retriever.
Most first generation Goldendoodles shed lightly and are compatible
for families with mild allergies.

F1B - Backcross is produced by crossing an F1 Goldendoodle with a
Poodle. (These dogs will have a high success rate for low to non shedding.)

F2 - Is the second generation which is a F1 Goldendoodle crossed
with another F1 Goldendoodle.

F2B -  Is a F1 Goldendoodle  crossed with a F1B Goldendoodle.
(‚ÄčThese dogs will have a high success rate for low to non shedding)

F3B -  Is a F1B Goldendoodle crossed with a F1B Goldendoodle ( Multi Gens)

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you allow visitors?  

We do allow the families who have placed a deposit on a puppy to
come visit their puppy AFTER they have received their first set of vaccinations. At no time will the general public be allowed to visit. This is to insure the future health of the puppies.

{We hope this does not offend anyone, but our puppies health if of great importance to us and their new families.}

Male or Female? 

Both genders make wonderful pets -if they are spayed or neutered.

When can you spay or Neuter?  

If Females are spayed at 6 months of age and Males are  neutered at 4 1/2 of age.

How To Groom Your Doodle

You will need to brush pet hair at least every 3-5 days to prevent hair from matting up. Take your doodle to the groomers every 3-4 months. Make sure you tell the groomer how you want your doodle trimmed. Groomers think that all doodles needs a poodle cut or they totally shave them.
Take in a picture to show them how they should be groomed. Do not use oatmeal or flea and tick shampoo on your puppy or dog, it could damage their fur.
About 3-4 months of age take your doodle to the groomers and get a bath and a (TRIM)
not shaved. Clean the ears and trim their nails, also. They will need the full grooming about
9 months old. Grooming visits should only be every 3-4 months.


Compliments of my Ex-Groomer.
Pet owners beware!
You get what you pay for.