The Goldendoodle is a hybrid cross of the Golden Retriever and the Poodle. It is believed that the standard Goldendoodle was introduced around 1990.
Goldendoodles are known for their gentle and loving temperament. They are great with children and they usually get along well with other dogs and animals. They are social, energetic, and playful by nature. Goldendoodles are often easy to train because they are highly intelligent and eager to please their owners. Their train-ability also makes them popular as therapy and service dogs. The Goldendoodle gives some people who suffer from allergies and people who want a low to non-shedding dog another dog option.
There are many Goldendoodle sizes as well as generations.
All Goldendoodles are what is called a cross breed. Meaning their traits are not fixed so we cannot guarantee that the puppies from this litter will fall into a desired weight range.
*The "b" is short for backcrossed because these are bred back to a Poodle
F3 Goldendoodles (current litter of puppies):
This litter of puppies is known as "F3" and they are the result of:
Honey (F1b Goldendoodle) X Max (F1b Goldendoodle).
The F3 Goldendoodle is also called a multi-generation Goldendoodle. This term is used to describe any litter greater than the 2nd generation. F3 Goldendoodles contain a significant portion of Poodle genetics so they are great for people with pet allergies since these puppies are 75% Poodle and only 25% Golden Retriever. The F3 Goldendoodle generation coat can vary from a heavy wave to very curly which makes them very allergy friendly.