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Poppy is a 50lb white standard poodle. She is a cuddly girl who is always looking for fun! Poppy also loves puppies and wants to help take care of them, even if they’re not hers!
Goldendoodles: The Golden Retriever / Poodle Mix Goldendoodles display what breeders call "hybrid vigor," meaning the mixed-breed pups are actually healthier than either parent lines. Mixing purebred dogs is a good way to encourage genetic diversity and to make sure a litter avoids pesky genetic disorders that are so common in purebred dogs. Because the goldendoodle is not purebred, it is not recognized by most breeding associations, including the American Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club. Despite a lack of formal recognition, breeders of the lovable dogs have quickly created their own lingo. A goldendoodle puppy can be: F1: Puppy of a purebred golden retriever and purebred Poodle F1b: Puppy of a F1 goldendoodle and a purebred poodle. F1b's have the best chance of having a low to non-shed coat. F2: Puppy of two F1 goldendoodles. Best for genetic health. Mini: the F1, F1b, or F2 result of breeding with a purebred toy or miniature poodle.
Glitch is a Standard Poodle who is black/silver. She weighs 55lbs. Glitch loves to be outside playing as much as she loves to be cuddling up with us!
Gracie is a white Standard Poodle. She weighs 50lbs and is Glitch’s sister! She will be a wonderful mom to puppies with her kind and gentle demeanor!
Meet Wally our F1 Goldendoodle stud! He is one of the calmest sweetest dogs you will ever meet. He’s a people pleaser who loves everyone. He is enabling us to breed F1b’s; F1 Goldendoodle + Standard Poodle= F1b The puppies will have curlier hair, less shedding, and will be a great fit for families with allergies.
Goldendoodle Puppies, Goldendoodle, puppy, puppies, puppies for sale, Michigan, Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, Northern Wisconsin, dog, breeder, kennels
© 2022 On Golden Farm. All rights reserved.

The PuppiesParents

On Golden Farm
Goldendoodles: The Golden Retriever / Poodle Mix Goldendoodles display what breeders call "hybrid vigor," meaning the mixed-breed pups are actually healthier than either parent lines. Mixing purebred dogs is a good way to encourage genetic diversity and to make sure a litter avoids pesky genetic disorders that are so common in purebred dogs. Because the goldendoodle is not purebred, it is not recognized by most breeding associations, including the American Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club. Despite a lack of formal recognition, breeders of the lovable dogs have quickly created their own lingo. A goldendoodle puppy can be: F1: Puppy of a purebred golden retriever and purebred Poodle F1b: Puppy of a F1 goldendoodle and a purebred poodle. F1b's have the best chance of having a low to non-shed coat. F2: Puppy of two F1 goldendoodles. Best for genetic health. Mini: the F1, F1b, or F2 result of breeding with a purebred toy or miniature poodle.
Goldendoodle Puppies, Goldendoodle, puppy, puppies, puppies for sale, Michigan, Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, Northern Wisconsin, dog, breeder, kennels
Poppy is a 50lb white standard poodle. She is a cuddly girl who is always looking for fun! Poppy also loves puppies and wants to help take care of them, even if they’re not hers!
Glitch is a Standard Poodle who is black/silver. She weighs 55lbs. Glitch loves to be outside playing as much as she loves to be cuddling up with us!
Gracie is a white Standard Poodle. She weighs 50lbs and is Glitch’s sister! She will be a wonderful mom to puppies with her kind and gentle demeanor!
Meet Wally our F1 Goldendoodle stud! He is one of the calmest sweetest dogs you will ever meet. He’s a people pleaser who loves everyone. He is enabling us to breed F1b’s; F1 Goldendoodle + Standard Poodle= F1b The puppies will have curlier hair, less shedding, and will be a great fit for families with allergies.