F1B mini Goldendoodle pups from our 38 lb inquisitive and bright F1 medium Goldendoodle dam and our 12 lb Derbalicious miniature Poodle sire.
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Eliza's and Derby's F1B mini goldendoodles at 4.5 weeks old
What a beautiful litter... oh,my heart. I'm glad I don't have to decide on just one! Lol.
The pups are enjoying softened kibble and are wandering outside of their whelping box to potty. I expect this litter to weigh 12-30 lbs full grown. They can go home just before Christmas. Choosing will happen around December 20.
Brother: male ~ blue ribbon -- ADOPTED
Buddy: male ~ beige ribbon -- ADOPTED
Darlin': male ~ red ribbon -- ADOPTED
Nugget: male ~ yellow ribbon -- ADOPTED
Dolly: female ~ orange ribbon -- ADOPTED
Missy: female ~ lime ribbon -- ADOPTED
Princess: female ~ purple ribbon -- ADOPTED
Sister: female ~ pink ribbon -- ADOPTED
Eliza's and Derby's F1B mini goldendoodle pups born on October 25
Eliza is one of those champion labourers. She does everything right and I don’t need to worry about her at all. She's an amazing mama!
Her and her little 8 pups, 4 girls and 4 boys, are growing and doing well. Some may remember that Eliza's first litter was born the same time as our first grandchild two years ago. This time Eliza is a few days early, as our next grandchild is due November 1st!
We thought this was pretty special. Our litter theme is some endearing names we often say when we're in the presence of babies. The boys: Brother, Buddy, Darling and Nugget. The girls: Dolly, Missy, Princess and Sister.
I have 3 spots remaining on this list if you're interested in some of the smallest-sized pups we raise. I expect them to weigh 12-30lb average. There are a good variety of colours, sizes and coats and we'll see how their personalities develop. They can start going home December 20.
I don't mind if a pup is a Christmas gift, but I do not allow surprises. There are books that are required reading ahead of time and I want the family to be on board and ready when the pup comes into their home. I'm also willing to hold a pup until the busy Christmas gatherings subside when life is quieter between Christmas and the New Year.