Welcome to Goldendoodles of Colorado!
Whether you are looking for your first puppy, another addition to your dog family, or looking to fill the void left by the loss of your beloved dog, our puppies at Goldendoodles of CO will be a great fit for you. My name is Bonnie and my family and I have been breeding Golden Retrievers for over 20 years, and we have specialized in standared sized Goldendoodles for over 15 of those years (Our very first litter of Golden Retriever puppies is pictured on the right!). Our family has always loved dogs, and we strive to treat all of the puppies that we raise with a great level of love and care. We are located 20 min North East of Colorado Springs, and our licensed facilities are reguarly inspected and approved by the state of Colorado.
We currently offer several 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 their first shot (DAPPv+Cv) and worming before going to their new homes when they turn 8 weeks old.
On pick-up day we include a file/chart that contains: a signed breeder's exam, parents AKC and CKC papers, first shot (DAPPv+Cv) & worming records, rabies prevention brochure, an info sheet (feeding, vaccines, training etc), and a small blanket with the scent of the litter. For more information visit the "FAQ" page of this website.
Things To Consider:
Raising a puppy is a very big commitment. They require a lot of time, attention, training, and supervision, especially when they are young. If you are serious about getting a puppy it is very essential that you make the necessary changes in your schedule and lifestyle to accommodate for their needs. Puppies do not do well being left alone for long periods of time, so it is important that you look to see when the best time would be for you to get a puppy. For example, many school teachers wait until the summertime to get a puppy from us, because they have more time to devote to them.
Goldendoodles are low to no shed dogs which means they need to have their hair cut/groomed regularly. In order to prevent their hair from matting they will need to be brushed regulalry as well. They will not need that as much when they are young, but when they are older and their adult coat begins to come in is when they will need more regular grooming.
Current Types of Goldendoodles:
(We also have litters of Poodles and Golden Retrievers from time to time.)
The weights of the different types of Goldendoodles depends on the parents, but below is the most common size for each type.
English F1 Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between our English Golden Retrievers and a Standard Poodle and typically weigh around 60-75lbs on average as adults. They have a low to no shed coat that is ideal for someone with mild to moderate allergies.
Small-English F1 Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between our Small-English Golden Retrievers and a Standard Poodle and typically weigh around 50-65lbs on average as adults. They are shorter in size than an typical F1 Goldendoodle, and have a low to no shed coat that is ideal for someone with mild to moderate allergies.
F1B Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between a F1 Goldendoodle and a Standard Poodle and typically weigh around 60-75lbs on average as adults. They have a curlier, no shed coat that is ideal for someone with mild to severe allergies.
Small-English F1B Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between a Small-English F1 Goldendoodle and a Standard Poodle and typically weigh around 50-65lbs on average as adults. They have a curlier, no shed coat that is ideal for someone with mild to severe allergies.
F1BB Goldendoodles are a crossbreed between an F1B Goldendoodle and a Standard Poodle and they typically weigh around 60-75lbs on average as adults. They have a curlier, no shed coat that is ideal for someone with mild to severe allergies.
The puppies are $2100 and the deposit to reserve one is $900 sent by PayPal or check in the mail. The remaining $1200 is due by cashier's check on pick-up day when the puppies are 8 weeks old. That is when they are chosen and taken to their new homes during 30min appointments that go in the order of the waiting list from #1 pick to last pick of males and of females. In the meantime we post weekly pictures of them on our website starting when they are at least 1 week old. If you are interested in putting a deposit down to reserve an available spot for a puppy send an e-mail to email@example.com
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