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|Current Weight||6lb 1oz|
|Est Adult Weight||18-30 lbs|
|Vaccinations||Up-To-Date On All Shots|
|Neo Par Vaccine||12/30/2019|
|Duramune Max 5||
|Pyrantel Deworming||2 week intervals|
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First bred in 1969 between a Golden Retriever and a Miniature Poodle, the Mini Goldendoodle was originally bred as a hypoallergenic guide dog. Gaining popularity in the early 1990’s these beautiful dogs became would spread out over three generations.
- A first generation is known as a F1, this is a purebred Golden Retriever crossed with a Miniature Poodle.
- The second generation is known as a F1B Mini Goldendoodle, this is a F1 cross bred with a Miniature Poodle.
- The third generation is known as a F2, this is where a puppy has two Goldendoodle parents.
Most widely known for their affectionate, friendly, gentle and intelligent traits, they are often used in a variety of mental and physical activities including agility, hunting, narcotics detection, obedience, retrieving, and search and rescue.
Appearance and Grooming
The colors of a Miniature Goldendoodle coat can vary from black, copper, white, cream to gray, golden, apricot and red apricot, golden, red, white, and yellow. It’s coat also varies a lot in look and texture. Some dogs have fur that is shaggy like a Golden Retriever, others have curls like a Poodle, and some dogs are perfect hybrids. It doesn’t shed too much, but needs regular brushing and occasional bathing.
Mini Goldendoodles are a joyful companion that are loyal, brave and obedient and, most of all, it enjoys human company. Its temperament depends on heredity, training and socialization. Its general characteristics are the curiosity, playfulness, gentleness and patience. It will bark and alert its owner when visitors or intruders appear. It has a protective behavior and acts fearless towards aggressors in order to protect its family. It is suitable for family with kids due to its playful, energetic and affectionate temperament.
Family and Companionship
They are very good with children and agile, feature that makes it a smart watchdog. Its agility was inherited from Golden Retriever. It is sociable and gets along well with other pets and humans, but needs early socialization to prevent aggressive behavior. It is recommended to expose it to different environments, places, persons and experiences to become a well-rounded puppy. It is easy to train as it is eager to learn and to please its master. The trainer should use reinforcement methods such praise and rewards to motivate it. It will listen to commands and obey its owner and it will learn fast the instructions. It shouldn’t be left alone for long periods of time, as it can suffer from separation anxiety.
Being a smaller dog, they do not require nearly as much exercise. This is not to say that these dogs don’t have their fair share of energetic personalities and will often grow bored if not regularly exercises. A recommended 20 to 30 minute walk, twice a daily, and some added play time will be sure to burn some energy! In addition to games of fetch and chase these lovable pups also love to swim!
Training and Socialization
The influence of the parent breeds result in a dog that loves to learn and is eager to please their owner. They are known for forming a strong bond with their owner during the training phase, which may lead to separation anxiety, so in addition to taking them for walks to encourage socialization make sure to leave your puppy at home alone for little bits of time in the beginning to eliminate their fear. Consistent, fun and short training sessions will make this breed easy to train.
Affectionate, Intelligent, Loving, Social
|Adult Weight||F1B 20-35 lbs / F1 25-45 lbs|
|Adult Height||13-22 in|
|Life Expectancy||10-14 yrs|
I am absolutely obsessed! He was gifted to me only a couple of weeks ago, but I am very satisfied with my new fur son! We just had our first vet visit & he is a healthy pup! Would recommend this breeder forsure!
We searched for a mini Goldendoodle for over a year and could never find one in a shelter. I was scared to buy a dog online, never seeing it or where it came from. But I kept coming back to Premier’s website every day. I fell in love with this girl who was named Scarlett, renamed Talia. We picked her up at 9 weeks, weighing 3 lbs 8 oz. She is 5 months now, weighing 9 lbs, and is the absolute joy of our home. She is so loving, playful and easy to train. We bell trained her and she is for the most part potty trained....except when someone comes to the house and she is so excited to see them she just can’t contain it!! She has learned to sit, stay, paw and we are working now on lay down. We have never had a dog before so we were so anxious, but Premier made it easy for us. Talia is a healthy and growing mini who we are simply swooned over.
I purchased Harley (formerly known as Brooke) on 8/22/2018. The adoption went very smoothly and to my surprise we received her at the airport one day later on 8/23. It’s now been a week and Premier Pups has kept in touch every other day to be sure that she was eating well and was she making herself at home. I couldn’t be more happy with my Premier Pups experience from beginning to end!
August joined our family 6 months ago and we couldn’t be more happy with our decision to add a fur baby to our family. He is the BEST dog! Premier pups was fantastic! This was our first experience purchasing a dog online. Premier was extremely supportive and helpful. August took a while to adjust after the flight, didn’t want to eat very much, but after that initial adjustment he’s done great. August is an F1B and at almost 8 months old weighs about 18 pounds. We haven’t noticed 1 single dog hair on the floor. My son has many animal allergies but hasn’t had an issues with him.
Our daughter begged for a puppy for months before her eighth birthday. She researched online and read books to find out everything she could about caring for a puppy and which breed was best to have for people with dog allergies. Then I found Premier Pups, we looked at the breeds available and decided on a mini goldendoodle. We made an appointment to visit Premier Pups the same day we called. We were impressed with the facility, the staff and the puppies! We visited with three different adorable mini goldendoodle puppies and chose the one we wanted to adopt. The staff was friendly, caring and helpful. It was a Great Experience!
I was very wary of any place that I would get my first dog from. I did all the research for local places for Mini Goldendoodles, but stumbled upon Premier Pups, and knew this was the place to get my pup. My one concern of a place too far to drive to was having him in cargo for flights. Wrigley ( Formerly Sawyer), had two flights to get to me. One to Atlanta, and one to Tampa. I was able to track his flight the whole way, a picture was sent to me of him during transfer in Atlanta, and picking him up from cargo was easy & Wrigley was unbothered from the journey. I've heard horror stories of people who got "mini" Goldendoodles, and they're now 90-140 lbs. Wrigley is now a year and a half old, full-grown, and 25 lbs- a typical mini size. He's the most amazing dog, constantly learning, and so cuddly and sweet to every person and dog. The only thing I wish I knew about this breed is how often they need to be groomed. After about 8 months old, it's an every 6 week process, which gets expensive. A small cost to a worthwhile companion though. The one concern I voiced about my process with Premier Pups afterward the whole ordeal was swiftly handled. I received a call from the owner who apologized and corrected the small problem. 10/10 will use for my next puppy.
Hello from Charleston South Carolina. Just a short note to share our wonderful experience with PremierPups and Emma's new journey going forward. She is a sweetie! We just visited the Pup Doctor on our second visit (healthy), the Dr. really thinks she is special also. She is bringing a lot of happiness and joy to our family this holiday season! Dana
Picked op Howie a week ago. Transition has gone great. Pup is healthy (per outside vet) happyand adjusting well. The experience has been great!
I am not the owner of this special pup. It was awarded to one of the participants in the 5th Annual C. Clyde Run, named in my honor. This was a charity event for Shepherd's Crossing, an ecumenical non-profit which assists poor people with rent and utility assistance. The event raised $30,000 (including in-kind donations) and attracted 300 participants. Premier Pups delivered Bear on October 28 and he won the hearts of those who saw him. In addition to donating the Mini Goldendoodle, Michael Schoeff, Premier Pups owner, made a substantial cash donation. Shepherd's Crossing has assisted hundreds of individuals with rent and/or utility payments. Premier Pups and Michael Schoeff play an important role in that support. The puppy arrived in excellent health and adapted to its new surroundings quickly. I can heartily recommend Premier Pups to anyone wanting a puppy.
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