Mini / Petite goldendoodle Puppies

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Petite Goldendoodles

"Differences" between Miniature and          Petite goldendoodles...and labradoodles

 
 
A Miniature goldendoodle Or Labradoodle has 2 breeds: #1) Golden Retriever/Lab  #2) Miniature poodle. There may be 1 or more generations and there may also be back crosses to either parent breed.
 
 
A Petite goldendoodle is a 3 way mix with a Golden Retriever, Cocker spaniel = "miniature golden" Or a "miniature lab" (please see miniature labs at www.miniaturelabs.net ) our dogs which may have more or less cocker and more golden Retriever "Miniature Golden Retriever" bred to a miniature poodle. This produces " Petite goldendoodles " There may be different amounts of Cocker spaniel in the breeding ect. so be sure to find out exactly what the parent dogs of the petite goldendoodle puppies you are looking at are.
Bottom line though....Mini golden X Mini Poodle = Petite goldendoodle
Mini Lab X Mini Poodle = Petite labradoodle.
Same great dog, but more likely to stay small or rather "miniature" in size.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"F1-b" Means that a  goldendoodle (50% Poodle 50% Golden Retriever) Bred back to a Poodle. OR Golden Retriever (which is the other parent breed)  This is actually producing 3/4 poodle or 3/4 golden retriever.
 
Watch this page for updates and upcoming litters
  • WE HAVE PETITE GOLDENDOODLES AS OF 11/2/17!!!
  • PLEASE SEE OUR DOODLE SITE!!! www.miniaturedoodles.net

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

You can see a quick video of some of our past petite goldendoodle puppies here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge1EGkrpTOY

 

We are a FAMILY breeder and all of our dogs are indoor/outdoor pets. All are friendly and well socialized with children and adults. Raising suitable "FAMILY" pets is our main objective. Because we have "little ones" too, temperament is a KEY factor in our breeding.

We do not sell as breeders. Spay and neuter required.