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Are you looking for the perfect companion who is a great snuggler, will do anything to make you happy, can be your partner in crime and make you laugh? If so... you are on the right website! Let me introduce you to the Goldendoodle.

What Are Goldendoodles?

Goldendoodles are the mix of the Golden Retriever and the Poodle. Pairing the sweetness of the Golden Retriever with the brains of a Poodle is the perfect combination that results in an easy to train, fun and sweet companion with little to no shedding.

How Long Have We Been Breeding Goldendoodles?

FarmerDoodles has been breeding for 15 years. Our focus is to create healthy, confident, easy to train companions with little to no shedding, compared to the average dog. To accomplish this, we start with the best parents who have great temperaments, are well socialized, and that have been extensively health tested. We also utilize the benefits of coat testing to determine coat type and shedding probability. We will work closely with your family to help pair the perfect puppy with you!

Who Are We?

We are a family of five with 2 grown daughters and 1 son. Our son was diagnosed with high-functioning autism at 3 1/2 years old. Seeing the benefits of having our son involved in the care of animals and upon meeting our first Goldendoodle, we knew this was the perfect fit for us. Who could resist the fun-loving, comical, "I want to please my human!" that the Goldendoodle is? This began our journey into breeding Goldendoodles. It is common to see our dogs/puppies become therapy dog certified. To keep up to date on best canine care and breeding practices, we surround ourselves with the best team which includes our trainer, Paramount Dog Training (www.paramountdogtraining.com); our reproductive veterinarians; Dr. Hutchison, Dr. Greenfield and Dr. Pentacost at Animal Clinic Northview (www.northviewvet.com) and our General practitioner vet, Dr. Roberts at Medina County Animal Clinic; 330-722-1188. We also participate in ongoing education yearly to stay up to date on best breeding practices and care.