Welcome to Goldendoodles of Colorado!
Hello, my name is Bonnie. I have been a dog breeder for over 18 years and have specialized in Goldendoodles for over 13 of those years. My family has always loved dogs, and we strive to treat all of the puppies we raise with love and care. I am a located 20 min North East of Colorado Springs and my facilities have been licensed by the Colorado Department of Agriculture's PACFA (pet animal care facilities act). I currently offer 4 varieties of Goldendoodles that have become the most sought after crossbreeds. Goldendoodles were originally bred to be low shed therapy/service dogs. They are most known for their loving temperament, high-intelligence, and low to no shed coats. The puppies all come with a well vet check, first shots, and worming before going to their new homes at 8 weeks old.
Current Types of Goldendoodles:
English F1 Goldendoodles Are a crossbreed between a English Golden Retriever and a Standard Poodle and typically weigh between 50-75 lbs. They are medium size and have a low shed coat.
F1B Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between a F1 Goldendoodle and a Standard Poodle and typically weigh between 50-75lbs. They have a curlier, no shed coat that is ideal for someone with severe allergies.
Small-English F1 Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between my Small-English Golden Retriever and a small Standard Poodle and typically weigh between 55-65lbs. They have a shorter in size, and a low shed coat.
Small-English F1B Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between a Small-English F1 Goldendoodle and a Standard Poodle and typically weigh between 55-65lbs. They have a curlier, no shed coat that is ideal for someone with severe allergies.
All puppies are $1,900. The deposit to reserve a puppy is half the sale price ($950) and made by personal check. The remaining half will be due on the day of pick-up in cash when the puppy is 8 weeks old. When putting down a deposit you must decide from which litter and if you want a male or female. The first person to put down a deposit will have first pick and so on. 1 week prior I will send you a set time to come on the day of pick-up when the puppies are 8 weeks old in order of first pick to last pick.
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If you have questions go to the FAQ page of this site, and if you have any additional questions please contact Bonnie at: firstname.lastname@example.org