Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale

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What could be better than both a Golden Retriever and a Poodle? A mixture of the two! If you’re on the fence about which of these two dog breeds is right for you, you don’t have to decide — at Keystone Puppies, you can have your cake and eat it too with one of our Goldendoodle puppies for sale. With the sweet, friendly disposition of a Golden Retriever — which has made it one of the most popular breeds in the United States — and the intelligence and hypoallergenic coat of a Poodle, this breed is truly the best of both worlds!

Like their close cousin the Labradoodle, Goldendoodles — first widely bred in the 1990s — were bred as a larger alternative to the wildly popular Cockapoo. These dogs initially worked as service animals for the blind and other people with disabilities who were allergic to standard retrievers. The designer dog breed quickly became a hit due to its exceptional temperament, intellect and trainability — in addition to the curly, low-shedding coat that has become the trademark of the doodle crossbreed.

If you’re considering one of our Goldendoodles for sale, be prepared for a whip smart pup with seemingly boundless energy. This breed loves to be in its family’s presence at all times, and many Goldendoodle puppies suffer from separation anxiety when left on their own for too long. Due to their size and exercise requirements, this breed is not recommended for apartment dwellers — your Goldendoodle puppy will thrive when he has plenty of room to run and play, so homes with a fenced-in backyard are an ideal fit.

  • Country of Origin: N/A
  • Weight: 50 - 80 lbs
  • Height: 16 - 24 inches
  • Color: Are you ready to buy a Goldendoodle puppy? These dogs come in a range of colors that includes the coat colors of both the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. Breed colors includes solids and mixes of creams, apricots, and reds, black, chocolate (dark brown), silver and gray coloring.

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Goldendoodle Puppy Temperament

One of the most characteristic traits of our Goldendoodle puppies for sale is their friendliness. Like their Golden Retriever forebearers, these sweet pups love everybody! From children of all ages to seniors and other dogs, there isn’t anyone this dog can’t get along with! However, like all breeds, it’s important to properly socialize your Goldendoodle puppy during early development to ensure he doesn’t develop an aversion to strangers — this is most likely to manifest as fearfulness, as this breed does not exhibit any signs of aggression.

Thanks to its Poodle ancestors, our Goldendoodle puppies for sale are one of the smartest breeds available for adoption. Eager to please, your pup will respond exceptionally well to reinforcement training and pick up new commands quickly and easily. However, due to their separation anxiety, this dog can display destructive tendencies if left alone for too long. It’s important for anyone considering a Goldendoodle for sale to be prepared to keep up with the breed’s attention and exercise — around one to two hours a day — requirements.

Goldendoodle Puppies Health Considerations

Though generally a healthy and long-lived dog breed — with a lifespan of up to 15 years due to its robust poodle genes — Goldendoodle puppies are not without a few health considerations to keep in mind. This will vary depending on the type of Goldendoodle — e.g., whether they’re smaller or larger, as well as whether they take after their Poodle or Golden Retriever ancestors — in addition to the quality of the pup’s pedigree. Some of the main health issues affecting Goldendoodle puppies include the following:

  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Luxating Patella
  • Von Willebrand Disease
  • Otitis Media

While these conditions can affect any breed, it’s important to keep the risk in mind before considering one of our Goldendoodles for sale. The best way to ensure that your pup lives a long and healthy life is to adopt form an experienced and reputable breeder. At Keystone Puppies, we make it our mission to stamp out puppy mills for good by promoting healthy puppies from knowledgeable breeders. To learn more about what we do to guarantee your new puppy’s pedigree, read about the Keystone Puppies Health Guarantee!

Goldendoodle Breed Coat & Coat Care

Their coat is usually curly and short. Because they are bred to have the coat qualities of a Poodle, these pups are often hypoallergenic and shed very little. The curly coat should be soft to the touch.

Like all doodle mixes, your Goldendoodle is likely to have a coat of short, curly hair. However, some dogs — particularly those who take after their Golden Retriever ancestors — will have longer, straight coat varieties. Others will have coats that are somewhere in between — including wavy and flat coat varieties. All our Goldendoodle puppies are born with a soft, single-layer puppy coat that will mature into a double-layer adult coat at around six months.

During these initial six months, it’s important not to trim your pup’s growing coat. After this, your Goldendoodle should be trimmed every six to eight weeks to prevent tangling and matting. All our Goldendoodles for sale will need to be brushed at least once a week to ensure their coat stays healthy and free of dirt, oil and other debris.

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