Teacup & Mini Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale
We love golden doodle puppies so much we wanted to share their cuteness with everyone. So we decided to breed Mini Goldendoodle Puppies as well as Toy Goldendoodle pups. Golden doodle puppies come in all sizes, colors, and temperaments. We strive to provide well behaved beautiful puppies that families and individuals can love and cherish for years to come! Below are our teacup goldendoodle puppies and our mini goldendoodle puppies for sale.
A Goldendoodle is a cross between a Golden Retriever and a Standard Poodle. The two breeds were chosen carefully to compliment one another. The Poodle was chosen for its curly, hypoallergenic coat and the Golden Retriever for its pleasant disposition and strong sense of loyalty. Both are highly intelligent breeds, ranking in the top 5 of the most intelligent dogs making Golden doodles among the most intelligent dogs. Therefore you'll be getting much more than just a dog, but a companion for life.
Mini/Medium Goldendoodle Puppies Available
F1 Miniature Goldendoodle Girls
F1 Miniature Goldendoodle Boys
Mini/Medium Goldendoodle Puppies
- Born : April 25, 2019
- Selections : abt May 30th
- Take Home : abt June 20th
- Size : abt 20-45 lbs
- Breeder : Mini Doodle Love
- Availability : Accepting Deposits
- Generation : F1 Mini Goldendoodles
Penny's Previous Goldendoodle Puppies
GOLDEN DOODLES QUALITIES & HEALTH EXPECTANCY
Golden doodles take on the best traits of both breeds. The cross between these two parent breeds make terrific family dogs, friendly, intelligent, affectionate and easy to train. They are devoted to their family and friendly towards children, other dogs and pets, and easy with strangers. Golden doodle dogs are social dogs, happiest when with people. Golden doodle puppies are likely to get into mischief and develop behavioral problems if they spend most of their lives alone. Their intelligence, eagerness to please, and love of learning make them very easy to train.
The Goldendoodle inherits the fur qualities of the Standard Poodle in that most do not shed or shed very lightly and may not produce any allergic reaction. The fur texture is that of a Standard Poodle as well. The curls are not as stiff though, and tend to form a wavy and silky coat. From the golden retriever it receives the pleasant temperament and strong loyalty that are associated with this breed.
Because golden doodles are a hybrid breed, the resulting hybrid vigor makes them less susceptible to genetic diseases associated with purebred breeds. They grow healthier and live longer than either parent line. The only genetic diseases golden doodles can be prone to would be those shared by both the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. There are no major genetic health concerns, but a few minor concerns: cataract, SAS (heart disease), and CHD (Canine Hip Dysplasia), Von Willebrand's (blood disease), elbow and patella disorders.
Golden doodle Life Expectancy
- Standard Goldendoodle: 9-12 years, depending on size and condition.
- Mini Goldendoodle & Teacup Goldendoodle: 10-14 years, depending on size and condition. Smaller dogs generally live longer than larger dogs.
GOLDENDOODLE SHEDDING & ALLERGIES
The more percentage of Poodle the better for no shedding and allergies. A first generation goldendoodle is the result of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. This is considered an F1 Goldendoodle. Because they are 50% Golden Retriever and 50% Poodle they will likely still have some shedding as a result of the higher percentage of Golden Retriever in them.
When you get to the second generation goldendoodle they are typically called an F1B. An F1B is the child of an F1 Goldendoodle and a Poodle. An F1B Goldendoodle has 75% Poodle and 25% Golden Retriever. The poodle's coat is what makes the Golden doodle hypoalergenic and non-shedding. So having an F1B Goldendoodle that has 75% poodle, you are going to have less shedding than you would typically have with an F1Goldendoodle.
An F2B Goldendoodle is the child of an F1B Goldendoodle (first generation born to a Goldendoodle) and a Poodle. This F2B Goldendoodle will have 87.5% Poodle and 12.5% Golden Retriever. These are even less likely to shed than the F1B, but both are considered to be ideal when looking for a puppy that is hypoalergenic.
F2B Goldendoodles are sometimes also referred to as Multigen or Multigenerational Goldendoodles. All this means is that the Goldendoodle was born to a parent that was also a Golden doodle. In Conclusion, if you're looking for a puppy that will have little to no-shedding, be extremely smart, fairly easy to train, etc... then looking for an F1B Goldendoodle or an F2B Goldendoodle would be ideal!
STANDARD VS MINI GOLDENDOODLE
There are Standard Goldendoodles, which are the result of a Golden Retriever bred to a Standard Poodle (50-90 lbs & most are in the 22-27" range at the shoulder). An F1 Medium or Miniature Goldendoodle is the result of a Golden Retriever bred to either a Toy Poodle (10 inches and under), or a Miniature Poodle (over 10 inches and not over 15 inches). They are still a first generation Goldendoodle hence the F1; but because of the Toy Poodle they will likely be smaller than a standard goldendoodle. Whether the Goldendoodle is a Medium or a Mini depends on their full grown weight / size.
The typical weight of a Medium Goldendoodle is around 30-50 lbs; while the typical weight of a Mini Goldendoodle is about 15-30 lbs. There is quite the difference between each of the varying sizes, so to estimate the size of the child take the weight or each parent and find the median. For example, if the mother (dam) was an F1 Medium Goldendoodle that weighed 40lbs and the father (sire) was a Toy Poodle that weighed 5lbs; then the median would be 22 1/2 lbs, making the child an F1B Mini Goldendoodle. Here are some charts to show the information in an easier to understand format.
Here are the estimated sizes listed:
- Micro Goldendoodle: 5 to 10 pounds full grown.
- Teacup / Toy Goldendoodle: 7 to 14 pounds full grown.
- Mini Goldendoodle: 15 to 30 pounds full grown.
- Medium Goldendoodle: 30 to 45 pounds full grown.
- Standard Goldendoodle: 45-90 pounds full grown.
- Golden Retriever x Poodle = F1 (50% Golden Retriever & 50% Poodle)
- F1 x F1 = F2 (50% Golden Retriever & 50% Poodle)
- F1 x Poodle = F1B (25% Golden Retriever & 75% Poodle)
- F1B x Poodle = F2B (12.5% Golden Retriever & 87.5% Poodle)
- F1B x F1B = F1B (25% Golden Retriever & 75% Poodle)
- F2 x F2 = F3 (50% Golden Retriever & 50% Poodle)
- F3 x F3 = Multigeneration (50% Golden Retriever & 50% Poodle)
Our puppies are F2b Teacup Goldendoodles as well as F1B Miniature Goldendoodles that are from top quality lines. Goldendoodle puppies make great pets as they are extremely intelligent, non-shedders, and hypoallergenic. Our Mini Goldendoodles, and Teacup Goldendoodles are sensitive, loyal and affectionate.
We get asked alot if there are more health problems with Teacup Goldendoodles, because of the father being a Mini or Toy Poodle. Mini and Teacup Goldendoodles are actually healthier! What most people don't know is that all small and toy breeds originally were bred down in size from larger dogs. Teacup Goldendoodle Puppies actually have less health problems, and live longer. The smaller Goldendoodles such as the Mini Goldendoodle have less health problems because they share less of the same bad genetic traits. In fact that's true about most dogs; smaller dogs generally live longer than larger dogs.
GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES
Teacup and Toy Goldendoodles are among the smallest of the Doodles. They are estimated to be about 7-14 pounds and only 15 inches tall fully grown. All of our Teacup Goldendoodles begin litterbox training at about 3-4 weeks, as well as crate training. We do our best to bring you a puppy you'll love even before bringing them home.
Make a deposit and you can select your puppy in the order of the deposits taken. Puppy selections can be made in person or online. Because of the smaller size of Teacup Goldendoodles or Toy Goldendoodle Puppies some puppies may need to stay with their mother a little longer than others. We want to be absolutely certain that each puppy receives the best care possible.