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  • What is an English Goldendoodle?
    It is a cross between an English Golden Retriever and a Poodle. They are very intelligent, playful, fun, and loving, but with a more "Boxy" head and heavier boned than the American Goldendoodles. It gives them that adorable "Teddy Bear" look. The English Golden Retriever is said to be healthier and has a lower cancer rate than the American Golden Retriever.
  • What are the different generations of Goldendoodles?
    F1 Goldendoodles - (50% Golden Retriever x 50% Poodle) ​ F1b Goldendoodles - (75% Poodle x 25% Golden Retriever) ​ F1bb Goldendoodles - (F1b Goldendoodles x Poodle) ​ F2 Goldendoodles - (F1 Goldendoodles x F1 Goldendoodles) ​ F2b Goldendoodles - (F2 Goldendoodles x Poodle) ​ Multi Generation - F3 Goldendoodles) (F1b Goldendoodles x F1b Goldendoodles) ​
  • What is an Australian Goldendoodles?
    An Australian Goldendoodles ( not to be confused with an Aussiedoodle) is a cross between an Australian Labradoodle and an English Goldendoodle.
  • How big will they get?
    Puppies should mature somewhere between the mother's and father’s size. That being said, I have seen some dogs mature smaller and larger than either parent. We can give you an idea of the size they will mature at, but we cannot guarantee it.
  • Why is this puppy still available?
    Every year, I get asked the same question. Why is this puppy still available? Why didn't he/she get picked? There are many answers to why a puppy doesn't get picked right away. Some puppies don't fit into the requirements that each family has. e.g. colour, size, coat type. Some puppies are more outgoing than other's and some are more reserved. We've had puppies that were not seen at all because they didn't meet the requirements that the families on the waitlist had. Just because a puppy is still available doesn't mean that there's something wrong with them.
  • Does my puppy have to be spayed or neutered?
    Yes, we require all puppies to be spayed or neutered between 8-12 months of age. If we do not receive confirmation of the spayed/neuter by 13 months, you will have your health guarantee voided and an additional fee will apply. ​
  • I'm going on a holiday, can my puppy stay longer?
    We have put in a lot of time and many sleepless nights with our puppies, and are in need of a well-deserved break when our puppies are ready to go to their new homes. We prefer all puppies to be picked up on their scheduled take-home day. For those who need a few extra days, there will be a charge of $25 per day to be paid at 7 weeks, along with their final puppy payment. Sorry, no exceptions. ​
  • Can I see the puppies before I leave a deposit?
    Visitors are limited to families that have placed a deposit on a puppy. See our Visitor Policy for more information.
  • Do you offer shipping?
    Yes, we do. We have puppies all over Canada and in the U.S. as well. ​
  • Where are you located?
    ​We are located just outside of Dugald Manitoba, approximately 15 minutes east of Winnipeg.
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