Below you will find all newborn and upcoming litters from Happy Doodle Farm, LLC where reservations are available. Please look below for all pricing and basic information about the litters you are interested in. We will keep this page as up-to-date as possible. If you still have further questions do not hesitate to send a text to (502)291-8723. When you make a decision on a puppy you can hold your place on the wait list by buying a $300 Happy Doodle Farm Store Credit (Gift Card). Once this is received we will mark your puppy as sold. This amount is non-refundable like any store credit, but like any gift card it may be used for a future purchase from Happy Doodle Farm.  Our doodles have been placed in homes all around the country from California to Texas to Florida to New York. So don’t limit your search to a “Goldendoodle puppy near me” when you can get the perfect Doodle puppy delivered to you anywhere in the United States!

NEWBORN LITTERS

GoldenDoodles

$3000 -Now Accepting Deposits (Text (502)291-8723) 

These Goldendoodles are adorable. Mom is a Standard F1 Goldendoodle (50% Golden Retriever x 50% Poodle) – Momma is 40 pounds and Daddy is a standard F1bb Goldendoodle (81% Poodle x 19% Golden Retriever) he weighs about 50 pound. Puppies are expected to be around 45 pounds full grown. Dad is Red Parti and Mom is cream. Puppies are Red and Parti. Both parents have been DNA tested. You will find a loose curly, fluffy, soft coat with very minimal shedding possible.   

Take home will be around the middle of October 2020

Golden Labradoodle Puppies First Photo
NEWBORN LITTERS

Golden Labradoodles (Double Doodle)

$2800 -Now Accepting Deposits (Text (502)291-8723) 

These Double Doodles are Labradoodles with a touch of  Goldendoodle. Mom is a Standard F1 Labradoodle (50% Labrador Retriever x 50% Poodle) – Momma is 50 pounds and Daddy is a standard F1bb Goldendoodle (81% Poodle x 19% Golden Retriever) he also weighs about 50 pound. We chose this mixture over a typical F1b Labradoodle breeding so that we could work in some Goldendoodle genetics into the mix. Puppies are expected to be around 50 pounds full grown. Dad is Red Parti and Mom is cream. Based on genetic testing we expect those colors from this litter. Both parents have been DNA tested. You will find a loose curly, fluffy, soft coat with very minimal shedding possible.  

Take home will be around the middle of October 2020

Golden Labradoodle Puppies First Photo
Upcoming Litters

Golden BerneDoodles

$2,800 -$3,500  (Pricing depends on pick order and coat color) Tri-color and Phantom Brown ($3,500), Red and White ($3,000), Solid Colors ($2,800)

10% Deposit holds your position

Golden Bernedoodles or Golden Mountain Doodles are a very sought after pairing for us at Happy Doodle Farm. They are a mix of Goldendoodle and Bernedoodle keeping the perfect mix of cuteness, low shedding, and all the other things we love about Goldendoodles. This pairing has an exciting variety of coloring which you can see below from a previous litter. These are excellent for the doodle lover who wants a Goldendoodle, but wants one that’s different from everyone else. Our Golden Bernedoodles are born from a F1 Bernedoodle mom and an F1b Goldendoodle. Momma is coming in at 55 pounds and Dad is just about 50. This pair could produce puppies over 60 pounds. You can expect a curly coat that is super soft. Anticipated size would be right around 55 pounds.

Take home will be around Christmas 2020

Golden Bernedoodle from Prior Litter Living in Columbus, Ohio
NEWBORN Litters

f1 Standard petite goldendoodles

$2,800 due August 15, 2020

 F1 Standard Petite Goldendoodles – Momma  and Daddy are 45#. We are expecting light apricot and blonde. A first generation Goldendoodle is 50% Golden Retriever/50% Standard Poodle. You will find a wavy, fluffy coat with light shedding possible.  Below you will see pictures of past puppies to generate an idea of what to expect. We have 3 male deposits available and 3 female deposits available. 

Take home will be around the first week of October 2020

Puppy from the Last Litter