Goldendoodles are popular crosses between full-bred golden retrievers and poodles. They’re smart, playful and kind. Because they can weigh up to 90 pounds as adults, we recommend only owning a goldendoodle if you’re able to provide it with a yard and plenty of exercise.
The goldendoodle’s popularity arose from the popularity of golden retrievers in the United States. Golden retrievers have a full coat and shed quite a bit, which can aggravate allergies. Poodles have hypoallergenic fur, so the cross between the two breeds produces dogs with the temperament and intelligence of both breeds and a hypoallergenic coat.
Goldendoodles need to be groomed regularly even though they have hypoallergenic coats. We make this task easier for you by training your puppy to accept bathing, nail trimming and haircuts.
Many labradoodles perform service work because they’re intelligent, easy to train and have a desire to please their families. They’re crosses between full-bred Labrador retrievers and poodles and have many of the personality traits you’d find in a full-bred Labrador retriever. Their gentleness makes them an ideal choice for families with children.
Labradoodles have a high drive and need mental and physical stimulation. It’s important to find time to take them for walks, to the dog park or out for a game of fetch or tug. Larger labradoodles thrive best with a large yard to run in, but they can come in sizes as small as 22 pounds. If you live in an apartment, one of these smaller puppies can easily fit in.
There’s no shortage of variety with labradoodles. They come in many colors and sizes up to 90 pounds. It’s not too difficult to select a labradoodle that’s perfect for your family and lifestyle.
Cockapoos are the smallest puppies we offer. Some cockapoos will only grow to 6 pounds, so they’re great for apartment living. If you’d like a larger dog, they come as large as 65 pounds. These agile, noble dogs are crosses between cocker spaniels and poodles and offer a variety of color, size and fur textures.
Cockapoos like to explore, play and meet other people and dogs. They’re patient with children and don’t require a yard as long as you’re able to walk them and take them to the dog park regularly. Their intelligence makes them easy to train.
The most important benefit of a cockapoo to allergy sufferers is its hypoallergenic fur. They don’t shed very much at all, so you won’t encounter the hair and dander you would with a typical dog. They’re trained before we deliver them to be able to tolerate baths, grooming and trimming so you can keep their skin and coats healthy.