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Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale in Boise Idaho 

In-Home Breeder

Health Tested English Teddybear, Mini, Medium and Standard Goldendoodle Puppies

Delivering Darling Doodles since 2012

Welcome to Power Goldendoodles

Today is an exciting day! You are shopping for a puppy. It's our greatest pleasure to assist you through your puppy journey. We are quality English Teddybear Goldendoodle puppy breeders in Boise, Idaho of F1 and F1b Goldendoodles. We specialize in Mini Goldendoodles, and we occasionally have Medium and Standard Goldendoodle puppies. Our Goldendoodle puppies are bred for health, temperament, non-shedding, allergy-friendly coats, and cute blocky builds. We are ethical, transparent and professional. We take pride in the quality of our puppy raising process, and whole health care for our adult dogs. Get notified when we have puppies!

April and her team did an awesome job. I had contacted several breeders and found her to be so professional and helpful that she made the choice easy for me. Her updates, patience and clear communication made the process smooth and much less stressful. I was a little nervous about not seeing him and purchasing a pup out of state but April and her team put me at ease. They quick built trust and were willing to answer any question I had. We love our mini goldendoodle and in the end would do it again and I would strongly recommend Power Puppies to any friend or family member. Thank you again April.  -Kyle, San Diego, CA.    

"My experience with Power Goldendoodles was excellent from beginning to end. Our puppy is the best, well adjusted, smart little guy and we couldn't be more satisfied. Highly recommended." 

             

                         - Christine in Seattle Washington

 

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Our Story

When our 1st son was 18 months old, he was bitten by a family member's dog when he fell on her. She was a common rescue mix and even though she was kind and showed no aggression before, we had to pry her off of his head. This was a horrifying experience, and it was very hard on the family. After that happening, we knew we needed a family friendly breed for our young family. We chose a Golden Retriever puppy and she was loving, smart and affectionate. I started adding a few breeding dogs to my program and began a wonderful adventure. I have always longed for the farm experience that I grew up with. Both of us grew up in farm settings, and have always been around raising animals and puppies. I knew that breeding dogs would give me the love of the farm, at our home near Boise, Idaho. It is the perfect match for me. We started breeding Goldendoodle puppies and have never looked back. I will always be a dog breeder. It fits my personality perfectly. When we started our journey for a family dog, we were where you are. The journey you're on is not easy. If you've researched, you know that Goldendoodles are amazing with families and children. Feel free to reach out to us for support, we are here to help you in the process.

Authority

Check it out! I am proud to be published in the Complete Guide to Goldendoodles. 

I dedicate myself full-time to being a Goldendoodle Breeder. We put our heart and soul into being professional and dedicated. I am learning every single day something new about genetics, health or breeding. I network with hundreds of other breeders where we discuss changes in the parent breeds, new medications, materials, new genetic testing, and trends. I also have a handful of excellent specialized veterinarians that I work with weekly to ensure the best care of our moms and puppies. 

We health test our dogs, which is very expensive and time consuming. We carefully learn about genetics and commit to extensive ongoing research in health, genetics, training and breed practices for goldendoodles.

 

All of our goldendoodle parent dogs have AKC or CKC pedigrees, OFA, (which is the official hip and elbow testing authority) and DNA health testing so that you are certain you are getting a purebred, health tested Goldendoodle, with Champion Lines. We are an in-home goldendoodle breeder. We purpose to always be adding more and more health testing to our breeding program.

Our Mommas

We run a Guardian Program, which is on of the best breeding practices in existence. We breed full-time and therefore have lots of experience. Small breeders often make many mistakes because they only breed occasionally. They don't have the knowledge or resources to improve the breed. We average 8-12 litters a year. Are we a puppy mill because of many puppies being produced? No. We are the farthest things from a puppy mill. Puppy mills kennel their many mother dogs and puppies for most of their lives. They re-sell their retired mothers for cheap prices, donate them to rescues, or even worse, euthanize them.

 

Our mother dogs are pampered, and cared for with their loving families and live with no more than 1 other dog forever in the same home they were raised in. They are bred for only up to 4 times, and if they have no health issues. We are able to have many, happy dogs this way. No mother dogs are kept outdoors or in dirty, disease infected areas. In fact, they get more attention than most dogs because we hand select homes where the environment is extremely healthy emotionally and physically for a family dog. They have kids to play with, usually an adult home most of the day, sometimes another doggie playmate and of course, there are two families watching out for their health. They are groomed, exercised (required), vetted, protected, and loved!

Champion Lines

Champion Lines means that there are close relatives of a dog that has achieved a Champion title in the show ring. We import our parent dog's lines, so they are from International Champion Lines. This is Ace for example. He is an AKC English Cream Golden Retriever imported from European lines. We raised Ace as a puppy and he now lives in Washington, DC with our sister, as a stud for our breeding program. He has 15 International Champions and 1 World Champion in his 5 generation pedigree. Several of his puppies are now grown and are currently in our Guardian Program having mini teddybear Goldendoodle puppies.

Stardom

Our puppy Poppy, an f1b Mini Goldendoodle is a star for "A Dog's Journey" movie, the sequel to "A Dog's Purpose" movie. She is such a wonderful example of a sweet, highly trainable mini Goldendoodle puppy. 

Trainability

Blossom, one of our talented puppies has achieved "Trick Dog Champion." She retrieves her toys by name and puts them away. She also opens the refrigerator, gets you a drink of water and closes the fridge.

English Teddybear Goldendoodles

English Teddybear Goldendoodles are English Cream Golden Retrievers mixed with Poodles. We breed our own lines of English Golden Retrievers and all of our future breeding dogs will be English Golden Retrievers. We partner with family members and choose from the very best puppies to introduce into our program. Our current American Golden Retriever mommas also have many of these characteristics. We chose them because out of the American lines, they have similar qualities.

 

We look for blocky, mellow, and great health testing in our parent dogs. We found that most English Cream Golden Retrievers have all three of those qualities. Some American Golden Retrievers have all three, but they are hard to find. English Golden Retrievers have cancer rates are nearly 1/2 of the American Golden Retriever. Their hip testing has significantly higher scores. The other genetic tests we do on our dogs are often much better with the English. Their temperament is the biggest difference that most people notice between the two types. They are much more mellow. We feel that because our puppies will be family and service dogs instead of hunting or agility dogs, we think that the mellow, laid back temperament of the English Golden will be best for our lines. English creams have a wonderful body style for Teddybear Goldendoodles. They are blocky and thick. This offsets the lean, athletic build of the poodle and perfectly compliments them. They are the parent dog for us!

Our Puppies

Our puppies are thoroughly and highly socialized. All of our puppies go through the Super Dog ENS Stimulation protocol and Puppy Culture. Our puppies are handled daily by children of all ages.

 

Our Goldendoodle puppies are exposed to every household noise because they are raised in a home. They are in the dining room or living room areas so that they are close by all the daily activities in the home. This also gives everyone in the home convenient access to socialize them as part of family life. As they grow, we integrate outside playtime for the puppies part of the day, so that they learn the dog world as well as the people world.

Our

Potential Service Dogs

We specialize and strive to produce excellent companion, therapy and service Goldendoodles with calm temperaments. A few of our breeding females are active therapy dogs in facility settings.  One of our puppies is a diabetic alert dog.

What is a Goldendoodle

The Goldendoodle breed is a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. It is currently recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club and the International Canine Association as a Designer Dog Breed. 

 

Golden Retrievers are known to be the all-around best family dogs in the world. They are trainable, easy going, and safe with children. That's why we initially chose a Golden Retriever when we had a young family. They are great at agility, retrieving, hunting and they have beautiful soft coats. Most of all, Golden Retrievers are people pleasers and will do almost anything to earn affection.

Poodles come in 4 sizes: Toy, Mini, Moyen, and Standard. They are one breed and so their temperaments are the same, just in different sizes. They are the second smartest dog in the world and easily trained. They are alert, and of course, non-shedding! They give the Goldendoodle their lovely fleecy and easy to groom coat.

Why Goldendoodles

Goldendoodles are retrievers with a soft mouth, affectionate, and highly intelligent. They have endurance and agility. Goldendoodles have what Breeders call "Hybrid Vigor." This is because their gene pools are so different, they end up have stronger genes than both parents. This contributes to their health and minimizes the breed specific hereditary health predispositions. Goldendoodles often grow stronger than both parent breeds. They often have better hips, eyes, and lifespan.

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