Below are our BEST ESTIMATIONS of the litters we have coming up through 2023! Please note that these are ESTIMATIONS and are in no way concrete. Litter timing relies SOLELY on the biology of the female and often fluctuates depending on external factors beyond the control of JLDD. We know our clients are excited for more information on when their new family member may arrive, and it is our goal to provide everyone with the most information we have. The page below will be updated weekly, and you will receive an email regarding updates on litters that you may be interested in.
Information on the parents can be found by clicking their names, and photos of past litters of various mothers can be found by clicking on our PAST PUPPIES page! Please note that not every mother listed below has had puppies before, or may have had puppies with a different stud.
You can find more info on our DEPOSIT AND PICKING processes by clicking the link! Please feel free to contact us if you have questions!
NOW ACCEPTING DEPOSITS
The deposit list is ordered by when the deposits were received. You are welcome to be on more than one deposit list. By being on the deposit list you will be notified FIRST when a litter is bred via email. You will then get the opportunity to be added to that wait list. Add the end of that week families will be added to the wait list in order of when their deposit was received. After that, families will be added to the list on a first come first serve basis. When the litter is born, we will let them families know if a puppy will be available to them or not. Families remain on the general deposit list until they are matched with their puppy.
Adopting Medium Goldendoodles | What to Know
What kind of personality is my Medium Goldendoodle likely to have?
When it comes to personality, Medium Goldendoodles offer the best of both worlds. These dogs have the gentle, eager-to-please temperament of the Golden Retriever, mixed with the quick wit and intelligence of the Poodle. Goldendoodles are very sociable dogs, too, and are at their happiest when they’re with the humans they love.
These people-friendly pups make loyal companions and excellent family pets.
What size will my Medium Goldendoodle grow to?
The size of your doodle pup will be an average of its parents’ sizes and is based on weight rather than height. Our Medium Goldendoodles are in the 30-45lbs range. Note that a full (unclipped) coat can make a Doodle appear larger.
Is this type of puppy right for me?
If you don’t live in a large home or have a huge garden, you may think it makes more sense to buy a smaller doodle. However, while big dogs certainly shouldn’t be cooped up in a small apartment every day, there are other factors than size to consider. Contrary to popular belief, a small dog doesn’t necessarily make a good apartment dog.
That’s because smaller dogs tend to have a higher-energy and more vocal personality than larger breeds. While every size of Goldendoodle will require daily exercise, Medium Goldendoodles do well in smaller living spaces as these easy-going dogs are more likely to relax at home after they’ve burnt off their energy for the day.
What do these types of dogs look like?
The Medium Goldedoodle is a graceful dog with a square and naturally athletic build. Medium Goldendoodles have a relatively high set tail, a slightly arched neck, and large, expressive eyes.
In general, pups with dark features will have brown eyes, while champagne and chocolate will have hazel eyes. Like the Poodle, Goldendoodles have excellent posture too, and a strong, purposeful trot. When your doodle is happy or excited, it may even prance elegantly around or skim the ground.
What do the letters and numbers mean in F1 Medium Goldendoodle, F2B Medium Goldendoodle, etc.?
In a nutshell, the ‘F’ simply stands for Filial Hybrid and means the pup’s parents were two purebred dogs, while the numbers refer to the generation it came from. So an F1 Medium Goldendoodle will be a first-generation pup, i.e., bred from a pure Golden Retriever and a pure Poodle.
The letter ‘B’ that comes after the generation number, e.g., F1BB or F2B, stands for ‘Backcross.’ A backcross pup is the result of a hybrid bred back to a pure breed. In the case of the Medium Goldendoodle, this will generally be a Goldendoodle bred with a purebred Poodle. In a nutshell, the F’s, Numbers, and B’s show you how much golden retriever the generation will have as compared the the amount of poodle.
Do Medium Goldendoodles shed?
While no dog TOTALLY does not shed, most Goldendoodles have a low to non-shedding coat and generally shed less than other dogs. However, shedding does vary from dog to dog, which is why we test all of their litters to ensure the least amount of hair shedding possible. This has a lot to do with the dog’s generation.
If you’re concerned about shedding, a Medium Goldendoodle pup from multi-gen or F2BB generations is recommended. Typically, curlier-coated doodles that have more Poodle bred into them often shed less than wavy coated doodles too; however, we also have wavy coated pups that are low-shedding.
Are Goldendoodles hypoallergenic?
Depending on what genes your Medium GoldenDoodle has picked up, it will either have a straight, wavy, or curly coat. Many Goldendoodle coats are hypoallergenic, but exactly how allergy-friendly your pup will be will depend on the coat he/she has inherited and whether you react to dander, saliva, or the fur itself.
If you are concerned about allergies, we can help you find the right GoldenDoodle for you. For a fee of $25, we'll send you a t-shirt worn by one of their parent doodles. This will allow you to test whether you have a reaction to its scent, dander, fur, and saliva.
If you don’t have a reaction, the chance of reacting to a pup from the dog’s litter is low. And if you do have a reaction, we can find you a doodle puppy for sale from another litter.
What color will my Medium Goldendoodle be?
Our Medium GoldenDoodles come in a range of gorgeous colors and patterns, including Solid (the coat is all the same color); Parti (30% of the coat is white); Phantom (lighter colored markings on the eyebrows, chests, and legs); Sable (coat is a mix of grey, brown and black); Brindle (when shaved, the dog looks almost tiger-striped); and Tri-Colored (black coat with distinct white chest and brown eyebrow leg markings).
What pre-care will my Golden Doodle pup receive before adoption?
After your new Goldendoodle has been born, you’ll receive weekly updates from us to let you know the litter is doing. At our SC doodle breeding home, your pup’s health is extremely important, and so we ensure every dog completes the necessary health tests and veterinary checks before you bring them home.
Plus, we also start our little doodle pups on potty and crate training to give you both a head start. If you would like your pet to be totally crate and/or potty trained before you bring them home, simply choose one of our puppy training packages.
Your new family member will stay with its mom and its brothers/sisters until it is between six and eight weeks old. Learn more about what Goldendoodles we have for sale here.
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