All three of our Goldendoodles are F1b's, and our studs are Standard Poodles, which means that ALL of our puppies will be Multi-Gen Goldendoodles. If you aren't sure what that means then you've come to the right place! Below you will find information about Goldendoodles and the difference in each generation. Please read over each one to better help you in choosing the right pet for you and/or your family.



A Goldendoodle is a crossbreed (or "hybrid") between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. When you take a Goldendoodle and breed it back to a Poodle, you get an F1b Goldendoodle, which is what our adults are. That means they are 75% Poodle and 25% Golden Retriever, so shedding is unlikely.


Goldendoodles are non-purebred dogs, and they are often referred to as "designer dogs."


The original purpose for the Goldendoodle was an attempt to develop an allergy-friendly canine to help visually impaired individuals who suffered from canine related allergies.


Goldendoodles have been used moderately as guide dogs, therapy dogs, and search and rescue dogs.


"A Goldendoodle is a Golden Retriever and Poodle cross. Goldendoodles, also called Golden Poos, Goldie Poos, or Groodles, have been bred in North America and Australia since the early to mid-1990's. As the smaller poodle hybrids had been such a success in filling the niche for small, allergy friendly family pets, Golden Retriever breeders decided to try a breeding with a standard poodle for a larger family pet. The quick rise of the popularity of Goldendoodles is due to the dogs themselves. They are a most marvelous hybrid.


The term 'Goldendoodle' appeared soon after the introduction of the Labradoodle by Wally Conron. The earliest known use of the name 'Goldendoodle' comes from the Neelands family in the U.S.A. in 1992. The family started calling their dog, Sugar, a 'goldendoodle' in response to a question from a passerby who asked "is that a labradoodle?". They replied, "No, it's a goldendoodle", and have referred to her as such ever since."




Goldendoodles are very intelligent, gentle, affectionate, playful animals. They are generally calm, but they are a very active breed, so they require lots of exercise. They are very loving and tend to form strong bonds with their owners, and they are great family pets. They are known to be especially well with children, and they usually get along well with other animals.



F1 Goldendoodle:


Golden Retriever + Poodle

(50% GR / 50% Poodle)


*Some will shed little to none and others will a bit more.


F1b Goldendoodle:


F1 Goldendoodle + Poodle

(75% Poodle / 25% GR)


*Most are little to non-shedding.

F1bb Goldendoodle:

F1b Goldendoodle + Poodle

(87.5% Poodle / 12.5% GR)

*F1bb Goldendoodles are low to

non-shedding = Allergy friendly!

*F1bb is also Multi-Gen.

F2 Goldendoodle:


F1 Goldendoodle + F1 Goldendoodle

(50% Poodle / 50% GR)


*Some will shed little to none and others will a bit more.


F2b Goldendoodle:


F1 Goldendoodle + F1b Goldendoodle

(62.5% Poodle / 37.5% GR)


*Most of the curly ones usually do not shed like an F1b. The ones with straighter hair will shed like an F1.


F3 Multi-Gen Goldendoodles:


(1) F1b Goldendoodle + F1b Goldendoodle

(75% Poodle / 25% GR)


(2) F2b Goldendoodle + F2b Goldendoodle

(62.5% Poodle / 37.5% GR)


(3) F2b Goldendoodle + F2 Goldendoodle

(55% GR / 45% Poodle)


*Multi-Gen Goldendoodles are low to

non-shedding = Allergy friendly!


The area that is highlighted in blue under the Goldendoodle Generations is the type of puppies we have bred.







Goldendoodles are available in many different colors, however the majority of ours are likely to be cream, black, or a little of both. Here is a complete list of Goldendoodle colors (our previous puppies' colors are highlighted in blue):


Ultra Cream (white)

Champagne (off-white)

Apricot (cream)




Black and White Parti

Caramel and Tan Parti

Brown Pigmentation (cream with brown nose)

*Rare Colors - brindle, silver, wookie, wookie parti, and tricolored phantom




Goldendoodles have a few different coat types as well. Here is a list of coats:


Straight (Long/Golden Retriever look)

Loose and wavy (Shaggy)

Curly (Most like a Poodle)


*Our doodles, Oscar and Harper, have the shaggy type coat. Leia has the curly coat. Our puppies have been a mixture of all three coat types.




Goldendoodles are also available in a few different sizes. All three of our Goldendoodles are standard size, which means all of our puppies should be standard size. Here is a list of the sizes:



*Adult dog will be 12"-15" from shoulder to paw. Weight ranges from 18-30 lbs.



*Adult dog will be 16"-19" from shoulder to paw. Weight ranges from 30-50 lbs.



*Adult dog will be 19"-23" from shoulder to paw. Weight ranges from 50-85 lbs.






The area that is highlighted in blue under Goldendoodle Sizes is what we expect our puppies to be since all three of our adults are standard size.