F1B medium sized Goldendoodle pups from our 45 lb adorable and goofy F1 Goldendoodle dam and our handsome, sweet, moyen Poodle sire (with a bit of Parti).
Click on the photos above to find out more about the proud parents.
JJ's and Abe's F1B medium litter of goldendoodle puppies at 4 weeks!
What a sweet bunch of wee ones! The pups are enjoying their mush and toileting outside of the whelping box. I'm thankful they're a chilled group as I had to do this photoshoot single-handedly (I wouldn't be able to do that with many litters). I'm not saying that they'll stay this quiet as they're changing daily, but I am enjoying them immensely.
They get to see the vet on May 29 and choosing will happen shortly thereafter. They can start going home as early as June 7, but I can keep them longer if needed.
I have 2 spots available in this litter. Contact me if you're interested.
Abs: male ~ blue collar -- ADOPTED
Biceps: male ~ brown ribbon -- ADOPTED
Lats: male ~ lime ribbon -- ADOPTED
Masseter: male ~ burgundy ribbon -- ADOPTED
Occiput: male ~ orange ribbon -- ADOPTED
Popliteus: male ~ blue ribbon with dots -- ADOPTED
Rhomboid: male ~ red ribbon -- ADOPTED
Subscap: male ~ black ribbon with dots -- ADOPTED
Triceps: male ~ turquoise ribbon -- ADOPTED
Deltoid: female ~ yellow ribbon -- ADOPTED
Iliospoas: female ~ green shear ribbon -- ADOPTED
Soleus: female ~ pink ribbon -- ADOPTED
JJ’s and Abe's litter of 12 F1B medium sized goldendoodles arrives
JJ and Abe are proud to announce the arrival of 12 beautiful F1B medium goldendoodle pups on April 12!
When JJ started having her pups I knew we were in for a big litter because her pups were quite small and her tummy was huge! JJ is a very attentive mamma and those pups are being very well nurtured and nourished by her!
She had just gotten up when I brought the camera in, so I tried to make her pose with her pups. Eventually they were all drinking again but by then she was flat out, and not posing. So for photos, we get what we get, as I like to try to keep things calm as possible during these first few days.
There are 9 boys and 3 girls. Our youngest daughter came to visit from college this weekend. She was studying muscle names, hence the theme.
We named the boys: Abs, Biceps, Lats, Masseter, Occiput, Popliteus, Rhomboids, Subscap and Triceps, and the girls: Deltoid, Iliospoas, and Soleus.
With the parents weighing 30 and 40 lbs, I would assume most of the litter will be in this weight range when grown.
I do have availability in this litter at this time. The pups' vet appointment will be the end of May and choosing will happen the first couple weeks of June. They can go home after mid June.