Available Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale


  • A TWO year health guarantee

  • Started on potty training

  • Early Neurological Stimulation Program/Puppy Culture

  • Microchip

  • Dew Claws Removed

  • Licensed Vet Check

  • Temperament testing

  • Mother's Scent Blanket and Toy

  • 30 day Trupanion Pet Insurance Policy Trial

  • Vaccinated and Dewormed

  • Health Records

  • Spay/Neuter Contract

  • Photos or videos as they grow

We do not take deposits on litters until puppies are almost grown

Giving Puppy Silent Auction opens Friday July 10 at noon

Pending Good fit, we are opening bids on a puppy and the entire proceeds are going to help underpriviledged children through a 501c3. 

Hazels F1b English Teddybear Mini Goldendoodles

Applications are closed and will open 2-3 weeks before go-home date.

Estimated Go home date: Oct 28th

Health Tested Litter

F1b Generation: 100% non-shedding. Popular hypoallergenic generation.

Adult estimated weight: sized 15-25 lbs.

Colors: Red and Apricot

Hazel is our health tested CKC Registered F1 English Teddybear Goldendoodle. 

Rizzo is our health tested CKC mini poodle.



The following litters are not yet confirmed and subject to change:

(Go-Home Dates)

F1 English Teddybear Mini Goldendoodle Litter- Sept/Oct

F1 English Medium Goldendoodle Litter- Sept/Oct 

F1b English Mini Goldendoodle Litter- Sept/Oct

F1b American Mini Goldendoodle Litter- Sept/Oct

Skys F1 English Teddybear Mini Goldendoodle Puppies

All puppies have been sold.
Born June 2, 2020

Go home dates: July 28-August 4th

Health Tested Litter

F1 Generation: Fleece, wavy coat that is 90-100% non-shedding.

Sky had 7 girls and 5 boys.

6 girls and 4 boys will be available for purchase.

One boy is going to one of our family members.

One girl will be a "Giving Puppy" All proceeds from a silent auction will be going to a 401c3.

See more details here.

Adult estimated weight: 20-30 lbs.

Color: Apricot


Sky is an AKC, DNA tested English Cream Golden Retriever

Rizzo is our CKC mini health tested poodle stud.

See examples of these puppies in our galleries.


Daisys F1 English Teddybear Mini Goldendoodle Puppies

Applications are closed. Please apply for Sky's litter.

Born May 14, 2020

Go-home dates are July 9-16th.

Health Tested Litter

F1 Generation: Fleece, wavy coat that is 90-100% non-shedding.

Daisy had 2 girls and 7 boys.

Adult estimated weight: 20-30 lbs.

Color: Apricot


Daisy is an AKC, DNA tested English Cream Golden Retriever

Rizzo is our CKC mini health tested poodle stud.

See examples of these puppies in our galleries.

These puppies application will open around June 22nd after their first checkup and we will begin contacting families and taking deposits at that time. We do not take deposits early.


Zoes F1 Rare Sable and Cream Color Standard Goldendoodles

Puppies are sold.

Zoe had 10 puppies

1 black boy

5 black girls

3 cream boys

1 cream girl (going into a Guardian Home)

Go home date: July 3-10, 2020

Birthday: May 8, 2020

Health Tested Litter

F1 Generation: Fleece, wavy coat that is 90-100% non-shedding.

Adult estimated weight: 50-60 lbs.


Zoe is a Health tested Silver Beige Standard Poodle that carries sable and brindle.

Ace is a Health tested AKC Golden Retriever with Champion Lines.

All of the cream and sable (black with brown patches) in the Standard Gallery are Zoe's. See Blossom HERE to see an example of a cream baby that went on to be a demo dog for a training facility. We also have a recent Facebook post where families shared recent photos of their grown puppies. See past puppy videos HERE.


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Current Prices

Mediums 35-50 lbs. $3250

Minis 20-35 lbs. $3850

We treat all of our families with friendly, professional, prompt, and clear communication. Once you are a Power Puppy Family, we walk you through easy steps on everything you need to do and prepare for your Goldendoodle puppy. We make it easy!

You also have our support for the lifetime of your puppy.

Frequent Goldendoodle Questions

Do we have any puppies right now?

All of our puppies are listed on our available puppy page listed on this page along with the date that their application will be released, if we have set a date for it. If there is no date, it is pending until the puppies are born. 

Are we flying puppies during Covid-19 lockdown?

Yes, we are taking one day at a time. We are hoping that by the time our next litter needs to fly, some risks are reduced. 

Do we take a waitlist?

We do not take a waitlist like many breeders. We sell our puppies closer to when they are ready to go home. This allows for us to get to know the puppies before we introduce them to families.

Can you place a deposit now?

We do not take deposits until we have reviewed applications and personally talked with you first.

How do we choose who gets a puppy?

Your first contact with us is when you fill out our email subscription. Our website keeps track of all communication so that we can see how long you've been with us, each conversation and application you've filled out. We closely evaluate each application and look for longest waited, along with best fit. If we have some families that have waited the same amount of time, we will look at lifestyle and the temperament of the puppies available.

Do we offer delivery?

Yes, we almost always have puppy nannies available to fly your puppy to you. Delivery is $450 including the human ticket and dog ticket. You are most welcome to come here to meet us instead.

What sizes and generations will we be breeding in 2020?

We are breeding only minis the rest of 2020. We plan to have two f1b mini litters this year. We will not have any more mediums or standards after Zoe's litter this year.

How long do people usually wait?

Usually families wait either through 2 litters, or they wait 4-6 months for one of our puppies. It totally depends on how many we have and who applies at the time. Our interest ebbs and flows and sometimes families get a puppy the first time they apply. We encourage you to try for every litter that you're interested in.

What sizes are your goldendoodles?

Do we sell adult dogs?

No. We run a guardian program so our adult dogs always stay in the home they were in as puppies. We only sell puppies around 8 weeks old with Puppy Culture that preps them for training.

No Puppy Mill Promise

We are not a puppy mill. There are many breeders in the country that have over 50 breeding female dogs. They are "regulated" to have 2 inches of space between them and a cage. It depends on what state, but the regulations can only go so far. You can protect these mother dogs and increasing quality among breeders by being informed buyers and communicating with every breeder personally. Don't use puppy brokers that won't disclose contact information for the breeder. We are so very concerned about these wonderful mommas, it drives us even more to care for our dogs as individuals. The best thing to do is be informed and communicating with your breeder. 


All of our dogs have the best lives that dogs could possibly desire in homes with no more than 2 dogs. They sleep with their people indoors and are inside dogs, exercised daily and are very pampered. Each dog is unique and each of our Guardian Homes are unique. We carefully interview, and match our potential Guardian Homes with the temperaments and lifestyles that are best for the Guardian Dog and the families. We strive for optimal health in our breeding dogs and use Life's Abundance Dog Food. We choose families that do not kennel their dogs for long periods of time, usually with one or more adults at home during the day. We know that a certain level of dedication and study, work and professionalism is the best way to breed. Many mistakes are made when breeders are too small to have the dedication to good breeding. We work at breeding for excellence every day.


We are here to help you at Power Goldendoodles find the perfect family match. All parents are Purebred, Registered, healthy, well-mannered, and gentle with children. We would never breed any Golden Retriever, Goldendoodle or Poodle that has had health issues, temperament issues or has had puppies with reported genetic concerns. We strive for excellence, improving the breed and carefully selecting our Golden Retriever and Goldendoodle parent studs. Because we run a guardian program and use Partner Breeder's studs, we are not pressured into breeding just the few we have. We can easily retire a female that we may not want in our program. We also can carefully match our studs to our females based on their health, temperament, size and coat testing type.