Miniature Goldendoodle Breed History

A goldendoodle is a hybrid mix between a golden retriever and a poodle.  We breed f1b and multigen goldendoodles which are at least 75% poodle and 25% golden retriever. Such a crossing is achieved by breeding an f1 mini goldendoodle to a mini poodle which results in a thick, fluffy, nonshed coat, all in a 15-40 lb package! We are focusing more on developing multigen goldendoodles rather than f1b as we strive to have a more consistent and predictable coat and features much like breeders have done with the Australian Labradoodle. Their coat is a fleecy-wool but tends to have more fluff than curl like the labradoodle. They do require grooming and a good weekly brushing will prevent any matting and remove hair that would otherwise mat if not brushed out. They are very affectionate and love to snuggle! They have the “big dog” personality and bark of a golden retriever, not the yappier, high-pitched bark of the mini/toy poodle.

Our number one priority is to produce healthy puppies – Our breeding goldendoodle parents must pass several extensive health tests before being bred to ensure the health of their puppies and prevent passing on any genetic diseases. When you adopt a goldendoodle puppy you will receive a 26 month health guarantee against genetic diseases along with a shot record dialogging the dates of vaccines and dewormings. This information is important for veterinary care and health purposes.

Equally important to health is temperament. We strive to raise happy and well socialized puppies. From the time they’re born in our livingroom they never leave our home for a kennel facility or barn. Our puppies are whelped and raised in our home. From birth to 5 weeks they’re in our bathroom or laundry room just feet from my bedroom door and our kitchen. At 5 weeks old they move to the basement in a 10 x 10 room where they begin eating canned food. Our basement is our playroom and home school area so we are down there a lot! Our puppies are handled daily from birth by us and our children. They are used to household noises like the vacuum, buzz from the oven alarm, toilet flushing, tv, children’s toys, door bell, etc.

We realize that color is also an important factor in selecting a goldendoodle puppy. Therefore, we strive to produces a fabulous array of colors: red, gold, apricot, and cream.

Owning one of our adorable goldendoodle puppies is an experience that people of all ages should have. Mini Goldendoodles are a great size dog for kids, adults, and seniors.

The first thing to consider when adopting a goldendoodle puppy is the responsibility you will have over the next decade or so. You should also remember a puppy is like having a toddler so you’ll need to make sure you have the time to provide for your new puppy’s care and well-being. A puppy adopted from Mueller’s Blessed Day Doodles will also need to be an indoor pet, we don’t sell our labradoodle or goldendoodle puppies to be strictly outdoor pets, no puppy of ours should ever be chained to a yard tether or spending excessive time unaccompanied in a yard, they should be part of your family.

For more information about adopting one of our goldendoodle puppies for sale, feel free to call us at 816.914.5638, email [email protected] or use the contact form on the Contact Us page of this website. Thank you for stopping by to checkout our babies!