I have a puppy named Ford. Ford is an 8 week old F1B Goldendoodle puppy. His mom was a silver standard poodle his father was a red golden doodle. He is a standard size so he will grow to be about 50 to 60 pounds as an adult. He just received his first set of vaccinations and he has been dewormed twice. Ford is solid black he has a curly coat and he is hypoallergenic so he will not shed much at all. His personality is very outgoing friendly and he will do very well with other dogs and children as golden doodles are usually very good with the whole family. If you would like to meet fort I am available to meet today and or tomorrow but I am not sure how long he will last keep in mind his pictures do him no justice and he is even more luxurious in person.

  • About About Goldendoodles

    The Goldendoodle breed is a newcomer to the ever-growing list of dog breeds. The breed first appeared in the late 1990s when breeders attempted to breed a larger alternative to small fashionable dogs, like the Cockapoo.

    Since then, the Goldendoodle has grown in popularity and become one of the most recognizable dog breeds in the world. The Goldendoodle is referred to as a designer dog, a crossbreed between two purebreds.

    Crossbreed traits are never set, which means the physical features and temperament of breeds like the Goldendoodle can vary drastically from dog to dog.

    Goldendoodles possess the best features of the Golden Retriever and Poodle dog breeds such as high levels of affection, intelligence, and energy, as well as a soft, luxurious hypoallergenic coat.

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  • Important Please Read

    Remember stress brings on illness! This puppy is like a little baby, just building his or her immune systems! Pamper and monitor your puppy each and every day! Watch for any signs of illness such as: NOT eating, listlessness, coughing, diarrhea, vomiting or nasal discharge. It is very important that all of our puppies are kept on the same food which is Purina Puppy Chow Tender and Crunchy, when taken by “purchaser” for at least 14 days and slowly transition to your new food.