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Please scroll down to see puppy availability (oldest litters first).

We are accepting deposits ($300) to hold early choices from current and future litters. 

The order that deposits come in is the order families will be choosing from their respective litter. Choices are made when pups are about 5-6 weeks of age.






**Goldendoodles  pups currently available.  Some of our older pups are now reduced in price. See below:

Also expecting medium goldendoodles to be born late August or early September.

Thanks for visiting!

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Please read regarding visits post-COVID-19 pandemic:

While we still are scheduling in-person puppy visits, we have made some changes to our policies. Also, at this time, we are unable to accommodate visits prior to pups being 5 weeks of age.

1) All puppy visits will be outdoors.

2) We will schedule visits by appointment only to ensure only one family unit is visiting at a given time.

3) We ask that anyone who has cold symptoms or  fever or anyone with a covid exposure within the last 14 days postpone their visit.

4) We ask visiting families keep the number of persons coming to a minimum, and for safety reasons, we recommend not bringing young children to visit at this time.


5) We respectfully ask that you only schedule a visit if you are actively looking for a puppy to join your family now (and would be prepared to take the puppy home same day, assuming you find a good match).   Please delay your visit if you are in the "gathering information" stage of looking for a puppy that  you plan to adopt at a future date.



2023 Litters - accepting deposits now

We should have a variety of sizes of goldendoodles Estimated dates and parent photos listed below when breedings or pregnancies have been confirmed.

Litters listed in order of birth  (SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE FOR NEWEST LITTERS) Please continue to scroll down to see upcoming pups.

Born June 17, 2023 are petite mini goldendoodles. Both parents are mini goldendoodles and pups should weigh between 17-24 pounds at maturity (average of 20-22 pounds). Dad is red and mom is a light cream, so all colors in between are possible. This smallest size is priced at $2500, but currently available puppy reduced to $2000.  Only 1 pup  is still available  - a very sweet, smaller, cream/very light gold male. He is ready for his new home now.

*Please note age of pup/birth date. Photos posted may not reflect current age.

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Petite mini goldendoodles at 5 days of age (light pup is male and dark is female)

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Male petite mini pictured at 5 weeks of age-AVAILABLE

Born August 29, 2023 are "larger mini"/"smaller medium" goldendoodles.  Mom is a miniature, light cream multigen goldendoodle and dad a medium size reddish gold F1 goldendoodle. Pups should mature between 28-40 pounds. Pups are $2000 each. Deposits accepted now to hold early choices from this litter. Pups will be ready for their new homes by mid October

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3 male mini/medium goldendoodles at 11 days of age.

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4 female mini/medium goldendoodles at 11 days.

 Reservation deposits accepted now on expectant/current  litters.

  Please see updated pricing below. 


Deposits of $300 hold an early choice from a litter and applies toward total cost.

Typical prices below  (subject to change) based on estimated size are as follows:

Standard doodles (55-75 pounds) $1500

Medium doodles (48-55 pounds) $1800-$2000

Mini doodles (24-35 pounds, depending on parent size) $2200

Petite/small mini doodles (16-23 pounds) $2500

Prices may vary from above, depending on circumstances/timing of litters (Holiday pups may be higher)_

So what is a Double Doodle?

Double doodles are an ideal doodle mix for many people. One parent is typically a

labradoodle and the other a goldendoodle. This provides the pups with the desired

low -shed shaggy or fleecy/curly coat that is low shedding, the excellent temperaments

found in both labradoodles and goldendoodles, AND many people believe

this cross also provides an added health benefit. Having 3 breeds in the mix, this may

further reduce the chances of any breed specific health condition.

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