Please click here to go to Amazon and check out the book Fenna The Wonder Doodle, a story about one of our Golden Doodles!
Here at Cheyenne Farm Kennel we have been breeding Golden-Doodles since 2004. In the beginning, we used our regular goldens with a poodle from another breeder. So those first few litters were on the larger side 55-85 lbs. In 2006 we purchased a poodle, Boomer, who was on the low end of the standard and therefore we now produce medium size dogs. Not only did we change the male dog, we started using our smaller, stockier Golden Retrievers so that kept the Golden-Doodles stocky instead of lanky like a poodle.
The F1 Golden-Doodles are great dogs and do shed a little, although it has been our experience they are most likely good with children who have allergies. We presently own 2 F1 Golden-Doodles, Summer belonging to my neice and Sassy belonging to one of my daughters. OUR GOLDEN-DOODLES USUALLY WEIGH 40 TO 50 LBS. We also have raised a new poodle stud dog a little larger, but with our smaller F1 Golden-Doodles we are hoping to keep the weights in the 40 to 50 lb range. WE ARE PRESENTLY FOCUSING ON F1B GOLDEN-DOODLES although we do occasionally have the F1.
THE F1B GOLDEN-DOODLES usually do not SHED AT ALL. They are excellent family dogs and are good with children and family's with allergies. We have lots of testimonials from families who are thrilled with the Golden Doodle breed.
A mixed breed, like the golden doodle. Aussie-Doodles have the hypo-allergenic fur of a poodle or golden doodle with the short stocky body of a Mini Australian Shepherd.
The Australian Shepherd, a lean, tough ranch dog, is one of those “only in America” stories: a European breed perfected in California by way of Australia. Fixtures on the rodeo circuit, they are closely associated with the cowboy life.
Puggles are a combination of a beagle and a pug; a hybrid breed, usually weighing between 15-25 pounds.
Check out our testimonial page for customer reviews on a lot of Puggles.