Our F1b Honey is a cream/apricot Goldendoodle she has had her first litter of stunning pups. She has a fabulous temperament, is a family dog Our lovely family pet 'Honey' who is a standard F1b Goldendoodle with a golden/apricot non-shedding coat has given birth to her first litter of 8 fabulous pups. She is from health tested parents and is health tested herself:
Very low hip and elbow scores.
The stud dog - Dad 'Duke' is a standard F1 Goldendoodle he has a golden/apricot non shedding coat and is a family pet, with a fantastic temperament. He was bred by a licensed breeder 'Webbs Paws' both parents were health tested.
Stunning boys and girls available from golden to a gorgeous dark caramel. The puppies are being brought up in a family environment, so will be well socialised and used to all the normal household noises.
We are pleased to say that the puppies have had their first health check and are fit and healthy and will be ready for their forever homes at 8 weeks (12th April) They will be wormed from 2 weeks and flead up to date. Their first vaccination, microchip and 2nd vet check will be done at 8 weeks.
The puppies will leave with a gift pack containing a blanket with the scent of mum and siblings, a toy and a supply of Royal Canin puppy food.
To secure your puppy a non refundable deposit of £450 will be required.
Goldendoodles make wonderful fun family pets, they love to run, play fetch with balls, sticks or whatever you throw for them and have non-shedding coats which are suitable for people with allergies.
**Orange Collar Boy now reserved**
**Green Collar Boy now reserved**
**Red Collar Girl now reserved**
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