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goldendoodle breeders florida july Mixing 50% golden retriever and 50% poodle gives you the F1 type Goldendoodle. A Goldendoodle is a mixture between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle; the Poodle part of the mix can be one of the three sizes of Poodles, Standard the largest, Miniature and Toy. Standard Goldendoodles typically range from 22 inches to the shoulder to 26/27inches although on occasions they can reach the dizzy heights of 29 inches. Whilst being totally adorable, we found that Standard Goldendoodles can sometimes be just too big for some families so we decided to look at also breeding a ‘scaled down’ version, leading us to look towards Miniatures. We discovered that Miniatures are a new phenomenon in the UK but that there is a huge variation in heights according to the size of Poodle in the mixture. We are now in the position to produce different sizes of 'Miniatures'. We are very excited to be the first breeder of 'Petite' Goldendoodles, which have the same characteristics as larger Goldendoodles but in a smaller package!They are likely to average around 14 inches to the shoulder, and we can more or less guarantee that no Standard size puppies will appear in a litter of Petites. Our Miniature puppies tend to average approximately 16 17 inches to the shoulder, around Cocker Spaniel size, although normally a little stockier. We also can breed Medium Miniatures who average around 18 22 inches to the shoulder, so perfect for families wanting a 'dog sized dog' but not a pony!All these different types of Miniatures result in a perfect family sized companion coupled with the gorgeous teddy bear looks that the Goldendoodle is renowned for, and wonderful, gentle, friendly temperaments which are second to none. It is important to be aware that we cannot guarantee size as puppies could reach the size of either parent or potentially taller. PLEASE BE AWARE that in an F1 mating, becauise one parent is a Golden Retriever then puppies can easily reach the size of a Golden Retriever when mature, although they are not normally as heavy.

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Goldendoodle come in a variety of sizes and colors. Here at Goldendoodle Kennels we specialize in the “smaller” size, sometimes called: “mini”, “toy” or “micro mini”. Because the breed is relatively new there are no established “standards” for the breed. Therefore breeders use different “titles” to describe their dogs. Gooldendoodle Focused Rescues in North AmericaThese websites and groups are excellent resources for information on adopting a Goldendoodle. Doodle Rescue Collective dopt a Pet. com is the world's largest non profit homeless pet adoption website. We are like an ad agency for shelters and shelter pets, helping them get exposure. Millions of people see our database of pets each month, and we display many tens of thousands of homeless pets to potential adopters. Our website makes it easy for anyone with an internet connection to find descriptions and pictures of adoptable animals by location, breed, gender, age, size, and color. Shelters post the pets, and we get them exposure, but we need your help!Please search to adopt a Goldendoodle for yourself, or tell a friend about our website so that they can adopt a Goldendoodle.

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Unlike the Bernese Mountain Dog, they have a much longer life expectancy, between 12 and 18 years, depending on their size. They are excellent family dogs, and are great around children and other pets. As Goldendoodle breeders hop on the bandwagon, more and more seem to not be very experienced with canine in general, much less properly care for the puppies they bring into this world. Laziness or lack of owner irresponsibility, there really is no excuse NOT to vaccinate your Goldendoodle or young puppies when it is readily available in most pet stores, feed stores as well as many canine supply sites all across the internet. Because the age at which individual puppies can respond to parvovirus vaccination varies, all puppies should be vaccinated beginning at age 8 weeks, if not sooner. There should be a series of five vaccinations given at 2 4 week intervals as the puppy ages.