Wren and Duck are expected to have a litter of mini/medium multigenerational goldendoodles around May 6th. They will be ready to go home around July 2nd.
Wren is our beautiful apricot abstract, medium-sized, F1 Goldendoodle with a brown/liver nose and amber/hazel eyes! Her parents were a golden retriever and poodle which makes her 50% golden retriever and 50% poodle. She is a very friendly, happy-go-lucky, and goofy girl! She loves car rides and playing with our kids outdoors. The outdoors is her happy place and she would run around outside all day if we let her. She is a little social butterfly and is immediately best friends with everyone that she meets.
Wren is 48lbs and 20 1/2 inches tall
Duck our gorgeous mini-sized, F1b, dark red parti stud with a liver/brown nose and amber/hazel eyes! Duck is a very smart, friendly, outgoing, little goofball! He has a wonderful on/off switch and loves all people, especially kids!
Duck is 23lbs and 16 inches tall
Red & red with white
Expected to be various shades of apricot to red with some having white abstract and parti markings. All of these puppies will also have beautiful brown/liver noses and hazel/amber eyes just like Wren and Duck.
Expected to be mini/medium in size. They are estimated to be around 25-45lbs and around 16-20 inches tall.
Curly, Wavy, and straight
We are expecting a combination of curly, wavy, and straight teddy bear coats (no flat coats – all will have the typical Goldendoodle look ie. beard, eyebrows, fluffy face).
Multigenerational goldendoodles which we love because it allows us to breed for consistency and predictability in structure, temperament, and coats. This means that they will typically shed less than most other generations, and have the perfect teddy bear look while still keeping a good amount of the lovable golden retriever in the mix instead of being almost all poodle. These puppies will be approximately 35% golden retriever and 65% poodle.
Possible Breeder Reserve**
**As the breeder, we reserve the right to any puppy from any litter at any time for any reason. This will usually mean first and possibly second pick depending on the litter but we may also not keep any from a litter. In that case, everyone else would move up on that litter’s list.
Puppy picking day will occur after temperament testing has been completed. Temperament testing will usually occur once the puppies are 7 weeks old. This will help ensure that your puppy’s temperament fits into your lifestyle. It is also extremely helpful for people looking for specific traits for an ESA, facility dog, or service dog.