Goldendoodles

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Micro Goldendoodles | F1b

Taylor and Grant

Micro
20- 25 lbs lbs

Take Home: May 2023
Expected Weight: 20- 25 lbs pounds
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F1b Standard English Goldendoodles

Abbi and Samson

Standard
65-75 lbs

Take Home: July 2023
Expected Weight: 65-75 pounds
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F1b Micro Goldendoodles

Madi and Grant

Micro
15-20 lbs

Take Home: October 2023
Expected Weight: 15-20 pounds
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Helpful Facts

Sizes of goldendoodles.
What's the difference between an F1 and an F1b?

F1
Goldendoodles are bred in a variety of generations. The F1 is a straight cross between a Poodle and an American or an English Golden Retriever, making the puppies 50% Poodle and 50% Golden Retriever. F1 Goldendoodles are more apt to have straighter, more coarse coats than their F1b counterparts.

F1B
The F1b is a crossback (hence the “b”) of the F1 Goldendoodle to a Poodle, making the puppies 25% Retriever and 75% Poodle. This is a popular generation because these puppies are less likely to shed and are less likely to contribute to allergies, which are characteristics of the Poodle. The coat of an F1b is more likely to be curly, like the Poodle.

Why choose a goldendoodle?

They are a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. They are known to be the crossbreed of the century who are highly affectionate. They are known for their intelligence and loyalty to their family. They are amazing family pets as they are gentle, friendly, playful, and outgoing.

Goldendoodles have a life span of 10-15 years and they are considered to be hypoallergenic. They are easy to train and are great for first time pet owners. Many Goldendoodles are great candidates for emotional support therapy work. Goldendoodles require frequent grooming and maintenance to keep their coats clean and manageable.

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