Standard F1 Goldendoodle pups from our jovial 75 lb Golden Retriever dam and our 55 lb charming standard Poodle sire.
Click on the photos above to find out more about the proud parents.
Basil's and Clark's F1 standard goldendoodles: Flare!
Flare is now ADOPTED!
Flare is a sweet and happy girl! She's people focused, but will still play on her own. Being eager to please, food motivated, medium energy, and fairly confident she is a social girl who loves cuddles. Flare rates highly as a therapy dog and for facility work (I could see her working in a school for emotional support with the right owner), and would make a great part of any family (but she may not be best in a home where she's by herself too long every day).
If you feel you would be good fit for Flare, please contact me!
Basil's and Clark's F1 standard litter of goldendoodles at 4 weeks old
These large breed pups are sure making their way around in a hurry. They prefer to be out of the whelping box and play in their large nursery room... and some have already found their way outside! They're eating softened kibble and a few are trying the hard stuff, being that their teeth are all nicely in already!.
I expect these pups to weigh from 45-70 lbs. There are a good variety of sizes and coats and we'll see how the pups develop in the next few weeks. Their vet visit is July 7. Their puppy evaluations will happen a few days after that and then choosing will start.
I have one spot left in this delightful litter. Contact me if you're interested in this litter, or in future large breed pups.
Flare: female ~ spotted collar -- ADOPTED
Axe: male ~ black collar -- ADOPTED
Chief: male ~ red collar -- ADOPTED
Duff: male ~ dark blue collar -- ADOPTED
Sawyer: male ~ green collar -- ADOPTED
Berm: female ~ pink collar -- ADOPTED
Candle: female ~ yellow collar -- ADOPTED
Rain: female ~ light blue collar -- ADOPTED
Basil's and Clark's F1 standard goldendoodle pups born May 20
It doesn't happen often that a litter is 4 days overdue, but Basil remained quite content through it all. She decided to sleep a lot while waiting and that sure helped her have plenty of energy for the labour and delivery. Her delivery started at 1:20am and everything went very well.
We're pleased to see such beautiful pups from what is Clark's first litter. We look forward to see these 8 pups grow and to learn more about them in their time here -- and also as folks keep in touch over the years.
There are 4 girls and 4 boys. We were socked in with smoke from the wildfires, which were especially bad that morning, so we decided to go for a theme with firefighter lingo. Axe, Chief, Duff and Sawyer are the boys. The girls are Berm, Candle, Flare and Rain! These pups will be able to start to go home on July 15.
I expect the pups' weights will range from 45-75 lbs. I have a couple of spots left on this list. Please contact me if you're interested in one of these charming pups!