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Premier Illinois Goldendoodle Breeder

A Goldendoodle puppy is a crossbreed dog breed that is a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. Goldendoodle puppies are known for their friendly personalities, low-shedding coats, and intelligence. They come in a variety of sizes and colors and are popular as family pets and therapy dogs.

Why should I get a Goldendoodle Puppy?

The Goldendoodle is a special dog breed derived from Poodle mixes (generally a Standard Poodle) with Golden Retrievers. Known for their intelligence, friendliness, and loving personalities, our puppies will light up your heart with love and joy for years to come. With such high trainability traits, our adorable puppies make the perfect companion for children and families.

The energy level of a Mini Goldendoodle puppies isn’t as high as other breeds. Only requiring moderate exercise, these little furry friends make great city dogs. Whether you want to go for a quick walk around the block, or a stroll in your local park, like Grant Park in Chicago, our mini’s are ones that won’t knock you down with exhaustion.

They are also one of the most playful Goldendoodle sizes. “Fun” will be the middle name of your Mini!

Mixed breed dogs share characteristics of their parents and with Mini Goldendoodles, the Golden Retriever 100% comes out to play. Families from the 4-corners of our great nation have fallen in love with this breed, and so will you.

In the long list of dog breeders, you have to look for dog lovers — For nearly a decade Central Illinois Doodles has forged the path in breeding Mini Goldendoodles. If you’re looking for a Goldendoodle puppies for sale in Illinois and the whole US, read on to learn more about this amazing breed and why it should be your next puppy.

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Goldendoodle Traits

  • Fun-loving and playful personality

  • Higher-energy, love to run and be active

  • Excellent service dogs for those with disabilities
  • Good with children

  • Low-to-non shedding

  • For allergy-friendly needs, F1b puppies are optimal

  • Standard-sized need space to stretch

  • Mini or tiny sizes available for smaller spaces

What Goldendoodles Do We Offer?

Each new litter of Goldendoodles is unique and may inherit various features from each parent breed. That is why it is crucial to pick a reliable Golden doodle breeder with expertise in both parent breeds.

As all dog owners know, every new puppy has a unique personality waiting to develop with your love and care.

Standard Goldendoodle Breeder

Standard Goldendoodle Breeder

Standard Goldendoodles are the offspring of a Golden Retriever and a Standard Poodle. This first-generation hybrid will have wavy, low to non-shedding, and allergy-friendly coats (50% Golden Retriever/50% Poodle).

The standard is the largest doodle size, ranging in height and weight from 25 – 28 inches to 65- 90 pounds. Typically, Standard Goldendoodle weighs between 50 and 65 pounds and stands between 23 and 25 inches in height.

Families adore standard Goldendoodles because of their prominent playful personalities and peaceful, friendly demeanors.

Mini Goldendoodle Breeder

Mini Goldendoodle Breeder

Our F1 Mini Goldendoodle puppies for sale are the offspring of Miniature Poodles bred with Golden Retrievers. The Miniature or Mini Goldendoodle grows between 15 and 20 inches tall and weighs between 25 and 35 pounds when fully grown.

This size Goldendoodle is the sweet spot — people who live in large homes with enclosed yards and those who live in condominiums or townhouses love this size.

Toy Goldendoodle Breeder

Toy Goldendoodle Breeder

Toy Goldendoodle puppies are our smallest doodles available. These little cuties weigh less than 25 pounds (usually 10-25 pounds) and range in height from 10 to 18 inches. The Toy F1B Goldendoodle is a cross between a Toy Poodle and an F1 Mini Goldendoodle. (25% Golden Retriever / 75% Poodle)

Individuals who live in smaller living areas such as apartments or condos should accommodate a Toy Goldendoodle quite easily if they have access to the outdoors.

Our Toy Goldendoodles have the sweetest personalities and hypoallergenic qualities, making them another popular choice.

Goldendoodle Appearance

When it comes to Goldendoodle vs mini Goldendoodle puppy, they come in various coat colors. Of course, it all depends on the parents since this is a hybrid dog. Goldendoodle or mini Goldendoodle puppy can be tricolor, merles, apricot, red, black, or tan markings. There are many different doodle coats, giving you a wide selection when deciding on a companion to bring home. A standard Goldendoodle can have these types of hair: straight, wavy, and curly.

The most common type of coat for F1 mini Goldendoodles (50% Golden Retriever mixed with Poodle) is straight or wavy. As for F1b mini Goldendoodles (25% Goldendoodle mixed with 75% Poodle) are often on the curlier side because they have more Poodle genetics.

Goldendoodle Sizes

Like all other Doodle breeds, a Goldendoodle puppy starts small and will eventually grow to a range in sizes of their parent breeds. At Central Illinois Doodles, we are a reputable Goldendoodle breeder, and you can find the sizes we breed below. You can also find our sale Goldendoodle puppies sizes indicated on their profile page.

Standard Goldendoodle Weight & Height Chart

Age Weight Range Height Range
2 Months 10-15 lbs (4.5-6.8 kg) Not commonly measured
3 Months 15-30 lbs (6.8-13.6 kg) Not commonly measured
4 Months 20-40 lbs (9.1-18.1 kg) Not commonly measured
6 Months 30-50 lbs (13.6-22.7 kg) 15-18 inches (38-45.7 cm)
8 Months 40-60 lbs (18.1-27.2 kg) 16-20 inches (40.6-50.8 cm)
1 Year 50-70 lbs (22.7-31.8 kg) 17-22 inches (43.2-55.9 cm)
Adult 50-90+ lbs (22.7-40.8+ kg) 20-24 inches (50.8-61 cm)

Toy Goldendoodle Weight & Height Chart

Age Weight Range Height Range
2 Months 2-5 lbs (0.9-2.3 kg) Not commonly measured
3 Months 3-7 lbs (1.4-3.2 kg) Not commonly measured
4 Months 4-9 lbs (1.8-4.1 kg) Not commonly measured
6 Months 5-12 lbs (2.3-5.4 kg) Up to 10 inches (25.4 cm)
8 Months 6-15 lbs (2.7-6.8 kg) Up to 12 inches (30.5 cm)
1 Year 7-17 lbs (3.2-7.7 kg) 10-12 inches (25.4-30.5 cm)
Adult 7-17 lbs (3.2-7.7 kg) 10-12 inches (25.4-30.5 cm)

Miniature Goldendoodle Weight & Height Chart

Age Weight Range Height Range
2 Months 5-10 lbs (2.3-4.5 kg) Not commonly measured
3 Months 10-15 lbs (4.5-6.8 kg) Not commonly measured
4 Months 15-20 lbs (6.8-9.1 kg) Not commonly measured
6 Months 20-25 lbs (9.1-11.3 kg) 12-15 inches (30.5-38.1 cm)
8 Months 25-30 lbs (11.3-13.6 kg) 13-16 inches (33-40.6 cm)
1 Year 25-35 lbs (11.3-15.9 kg) 14-17 inches (35.6-43.2 cm)
Adult 25-35 lbs (11.3-15.9 kg) 14-17 inches (35.6-43.2 cm) [Mature Height]

Why Choose Us as Goldendoodle Breeders?

Central Illinois Doodles has a reputation for being the best Toy and Mini Goldendoodle breeders in Illinois. Here’s why:

Genetically Tested and Guaranteed

“Genetically tested” sounds good, but what does that mean?

Simply put, it means that your puppy comes from carefully chosen parent dogs whose lineages have been OFA DNA tested for genetic issues and common health concerns. As a result, all of our puppies come with 2-year written guarantees that they are free of health conditions and genetic disorders.

Temperament is also a priority for us, and our goal is to ensure that the dogs we breed are the best match, not just for adorable puppies but well-tempered ones, too.

Variety of Sizes and Colors

Our Goldendoodles come in various sizes, from standard to miniature to toy, encapsulating the breed in a lovely tiny package!

Every litter features a wide range of hues, from white to brown to tan and everything in between. The coat types of our Goldendoodle puppies for sale range from wavy to wavy, with loose curls to very curly.

Whatever your preference, they are all extremely precious!

Highly Intelligent Goldendoodle Puppies for sale

With both of its parent types ranked in the world’s top ten most intelligent dog breeds, canine psychologists position the Goldendoodle between the Poodle and Golden Retriever.

Owners will be thrilled to see that our little puppies are already displaying indications of their intelligence as they learn and play in their new surroundings at just a few weeks old.

While other breeds at the same age may be distant and unsure of their place in the family, our pups bond quickly and develop devotion and loyalty at a young age.

Goldendoodle breeders can ensure that their puppies inherit the best and healthiest qualities by carefully selecting parent dogs.

So whether you are looking for a devoted friend, a service dog, or a therapy dog, Goldendoodle puppies are the best possible breed to consider!

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Goldendoodle Puppy Personality

Goldendoodle puppies are very special because their personalities are very good. The dog is known to be intelligent and affectionate. These dogs are one of the best breeds for human company and their gentle nature and high patience make them wonderful family pets. Usually the puppies are cheeky and mischievous, can sometimes be clingy and have separation anxiety, but they are rarely aggressive.

Are mini Goldendoodles social creatures? Yes – as highly social dog breeds, doodles love to be surrounded by their owner or other human interactions. They will always be content when they’re with their family or loved ones.

Goldendoodle Puppy Temperament

  • Fun, entertaining, playful
  • Active, energetic
  • Smart, intelligent
  • Easy to train, can adapt to drastic changes

Bring Home Your New Best Friend Today

At Central Illinois Doodles, we want to assist you in making one of the best decisions you’ll ever make: bringing a Goldendoodle puppy into your life.

Check out our available puppies page to learn more about our current litters. We look forward to talking with you about our current or upcoming litters and helping you reserve your new puppy.

Goldendoodle Puppies FAQ

Yes, Goldendoodles are very healthy due to their hybrid genes. As long as you’re taking proper care of your puppy, you can expect excellent health from a Goldendoodle.

A Goldendoodle’s lifespan ranges from 10 to 15 years. Smaller dogs like the mini Goldendoodle tend to live longer, healthier lives than large dog breeds.

Yes, Goldendoodles are good family dogs because they can quickly adapt to children, are highly obedient and get along well with social interactions.

Yes, Goldendoodles are intelligent, and they can easily be trained. You can tell how smart they are from watching how quickly they learn.

Goldendoodles enjoy the outdoors. After all – they need their exercise and would take their time stretching. If you’re an outdoor person, then a Goldendoodle puppy might be compatible with you.

Standard Goldendoodle don’t often shed as much in comparison to the Retriever. This is because they inherit genetic traits from their Poodle parents which are hypoallergenic and non shedding.

It’s known that Goldendoodles are hypoallergenic dogs because they receive genes from their Poodle parents.

Yes, many Goldendoodles are used as service dogs, guide dogs and emotional support and therapy dogs. This is due to their easy-going temperament, extremely high intelligence, and ability to follow commands.

The size of Goldendoodles can vary depending on the size of their parents. They can range from small to large, with weights between 15 to 90 pounds.

Yes, they are highly intelligent and trainable, making them a great choice for first-time dog owners.

Goldendoodles require regular exercise to maintain their physical and mental well-being. They should have daily walks and playtime to prevent boredom and destructive behavior.

Puppies require regular grooming, which includes brushing their coat, trimming their hair, and cleaning their ears. It’s recommended to groom them every six to eight weeks.

Puppies can be left alone for short periods, but they prefer to be around people and may suffer separation anxiety if left alone for long periods. It’s essential to provide them with mental stimulation, such as interactive toys, to prevent boredom.

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