goldendoodle mini for sale in n y

Posted on January 1th, 2011 by Admin

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. This is despite the sire being a Miniature Poodle. This will apply to any puppy from any F1 mating with a Miniature Poodle regardless of the size of Miniature Poodle and regardless of the breeder. I have had so many people contact me to tell me that their puppy has grown to be much larger than expected and their breeder told them they would be Cocker Spaniel size!In an F1 mating this is very, very unlikely as a Miniature Poodle is around Cocker Spaniel size itself and the resulting puppies from a mating between a Cocker Spaniel sized dog and a Golden Retriever isn't likely to result in Cocker Spaniel size progeny!You are likely to get puppies that mature to around 18 22 inches to the shoulder on average but this cannot be guaranteed.

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Posted on January 1st, 2011 by Admin

They have basic training, are doing well walking on a lead, have current age appropriate shots and worming, and are very healthy.

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goldendoodle mini for sale in n y

“ There’s no 100% guaranteed way to make sure you’ll never purchase a sick puppy, but researching the crossbreed so you know what to expect, checking out the facility to identify unhealthy conditions or sick animals, and asking the right questions can reduce the chances of heading into a disastrous situation. ”