“Goldendoodles” are nothing more than mixed breed dogs. As of the date of my input here, there are a total of five pics, two in the body of the article and three in the gallery. All are of the most common color type of goldendoodles, white. I would like to see the different common colors of these goldendoodles, and differences between mini's and standard goldendoodles. I also hear there are some breeders using toy poodle sires versus mini's for breeding. Additionally, back crossing the hybrids is becoming more popular resulting in typically 75% poodle 25% golden retriever, less so the 75% golden and 25% poodle. Can anyone contribute any such somewhat representative photo's to the gallery so as not to clutter the article itself?Anthronify 05:00, 28 December 2006 UTCA local council issued dog breeding license is required for anyone who keeps a breeding establishment Including private dwellings for dogs which meets the following conditions :Anyone “in the business” of breeding and selling dogs trading needs to belicensed regardless of the number of litters they have in a 12 month period. For example if the person is breeding and selling dogs for commercial gain. England and Scotland If in a 12 month period their dogs give birth to 5 litters or more, regardless of whether they are in the business of breeding and selling dogs. Wales If in a 12 month period their dogs give birth to 3 litters or more, regardless of whether they are in the business of breeding and selling dogs. We have 4 gorgeous miniature F1b Goldendoodle puppies born 23/02/2018 ready to leave from 20th April when 8 weeks old to forever loving pet homes.
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All our dogs are raised on premium foods with human grade ingredients. Currently we are on a rotational program to help minimize any allergies and provide a variety of foods as they would receive in the wild. All dogs remain current on all vaccinations and are on year round parasite heartworm protection. The dogs rotate between spending time in the house with us and our kids, or out on the farm, or out in the yard. Our dogs do not spend their lives confined in a kennel. We have been breeding since 2001. We are very proud to say we are a referred and recommended breeder for children with Autism or Downs syndrome and have provided many excellent service dogs; our niche is for families with children. Doodles are known for exceptional intelligence and trainability, their low to non shedding coats good choice for allergy sufferers!and they excel as service/therapy dogs and in canine sports. Our puppies are raised with adults and children of all ages and are very well socialized. The puppies will be up to date with their shots and deworming. Parents are tested for hips, elbows and eyes, providing you with healthy, happy, well adjusted puppies.