UPDATE!!! August 2011...We have had a litter of 10 Goldendoodle Puppies. They were born on June 25th, 2011. Most have gone to new homes and we have a few left. If you are interested in adding a Goldendoodle to your Hawaii Home, please call Gayle at (808) 388-1485 or email her at email@example.com. Cheers-
Mike (August 22, 2011)
A house can be made from brick, wood and even steel frames these days. It has walls, a roof, maybe some stairs and maybe even a yard for the kids to play in. The funny thing is that none of these things make a house a home. It takes love, some family and or friends and maybe some memories- both good and bad. These days, in addition to these things, another element that many people are bringing into their homes are pets. Now that we are home more and focused on creating a home, lots and lots of people are bringing puppies home. It may be the unconditional love, coming home to a furry friend that simply wants to be with you or perhaps the loving companionship. There are a zillion reasons that we are spending time and money bringing pets into our homes and being an animal lover, I could not be happier!
Gayle and I are not only animal lovers, are are breeders of Goldendoodles and Labradoodles here in Honolulu. While we are breeders, we actually look at each puppy as a member of our family. We have a litter of Gooldendoodle puppies right now that are 7 weeks and have have just had their first set of shots. They have also just had their vet check and are all happy and healthy and ready to go to their new homes. Three of the seven have already been adopted so we still have four puppies.
The mom of the Gooldendoodle Puppies is Missy, our Standard Poodle and the dad is Buddy, a gorgous Golden Retiever. These dogs are wonderful family dogs and we know Goldendoodles to be a Wonderful Family Breed.
We have 3 Black Females, 1 Black Male and 3 Creme Males. They range from 6 pounds to 8 pounds with 4 puppies right around the mid 7 pound range. Full grown, the males should be 65 to 80 pounds and the females from 55 to 75 pounds. If you would like to make a wonderful addition to your home and or family, please call Gayle at (808) 388-1485.
Here is some information about Doodles. It's pretty technical so if you would rather just love them, stop reading here. If you would like to know what goes into the making of one of our beloved Doodles, Heeeerrreeee you go!
What do all the Doodle breeding letters and numbers mean??? F1 = 1st generation puppy - 50% purebred-A and 50% purebred-B - for example, a Golden Retriever to Poodle cross, this is first generation, resulting in healthier offspring. In this particular Goldendoodle cross hair type can be smooth like a Lab or wirey look like a Irish wolfhound or Wavy/Shaggy, they can shed or not shed, pups in the same litter can vary. This is not the best cross for people with severe allergies. F1b = Backcross puppy - 25% purebred-A and 75% purebred-B. For example, an F1 Labradoodle and Poodle cross; this is Labradoodle bred back to Poodle, Wavy Curly shaggy look doodle very consistent in coat types. F1b is very likely to be non shedding and allergy friendly and is an easy coat to take care of. F2 = Second generation puppy - F1 hybrid crossed with an F1 hybrid - for example, an F1 Goldendoodle crossed with an F1 Goldendoodle. This combination you get the same percentage of purebred-A as purebred-B as you would an F1 hybrid. In the case of the Goldendoodle, they are more likely to shed. F2b/Multi-generation = second generation backcross puppy = F1 bred to a F1b (hybrid backcross). Coat types wavy to curly. Also MOST LIKELY to be Non-Shedding and allergy friendly. This is also the first generation of the multi-generation Goldendoodles.
If, by chance you need a new home to make a home for yourself and your new puppy, we can also help you there. For all matters Real Estate, have a look at our website at http://www.GreatHawaiianHomes.com.