2020 Goldendoodle Reservation Options
Please understand that these lists can change. I always put my dam and sires 1st, so if it is in their best interest to make change, we will do so. By placing a deposit you are making a commitment to 4E Kennels, understanding that lists can and do change and pregnancy and timing is NOT guaranteed. 
The Goldendoodle

The goldendoodle is a cross between the Golden Retriever and a Poodle. They generally do not shed and are wonderful family and life companions. We breed to breed standards and use only parents whom have been health and temperament tested. Goldendoodles are active, intelligent and eager to please. Golden Retrievers tend to be tender hearted and very tolerant of unpredictable handling. They are a top choice for family companions, therapy dogs and for many service dog organizations.

Sizes We Offer

Standard: Standard Poodle and Golden retriever are used and the weights average 50-80 pounds

Moyen: European imported AKC poodle and a Golden Retriever and the weights average 40-50 pounds
Mini: AKC toy poodle and a Golden Retriever and the weights average 20-30 pounds

Temperament: We carefully select our parents based on temperament and health, so that good traits are passed down to their offspring. Standard Goldendoodles are gentle and affectionate. They are highly trainable and incredibly intelligent. They have an innate ability to read human emotions and attach very deeply to their families/owner. They are working dogs and require training, exercise and mental stimulation. It is imperative that they are a part of your family and not a dog that is kept outside looking in.  

Weight: Standard Goldendoodles average 50 pounds plus

Grooming: Goldendoodles require regular grooming. Brushing daily in between grooming appointments is best. They are prone to matting. 

Health: Goldendoodles live 10-15 years and common ailments are ear infections, food intolerances and allergies. Cancer is very common in Golden Retreiver lines, making our beloved Goldendoodles predisposed to cancer.

Coat Types
Straight Coat: Like a Golden Retriever, this coat may have a slight wave to it. They do not blow their coat like a Golden Retriever, but can and do shed.
Grooming: Easy to groom--a simple brush will suffice. May not need professional grooming.

Wavy Coat: This coat is very low to non-shedding. In general, most people with allergies are fine with a wavy coat. People tend to call this the "teddy bear" coat.
Grooming: The best of both worlds. Easy to maintain in-between professional grooming. Generally soft to the touch.

Curly Coat: This coat will be similar to the poodle coat and will not shed. This coat generally will not affect allergies.
Grooming: A poodle coat--curly and fleecy. While they don't shed, they still have to lose their hair. You will not see it around your house because it sticks in the coat and mats easily.

F1: 50% Golden Retreiver and 50% Poodle - coats generally do not shed, are soft and "wavy" and overall easier to groom. 

F1b: 25% Golden Retreiver and 75% Poodle - coats generally are "curly" and poodle like in their appearance and touch.

F2: F1 parent and F1 parent; 50% Golden Retriever and 50% Poodle - breeders have found there is a more consistent coat quality
We are so excited to now offer F2 Goldendoodles!
Weight: Average. 40-50 pounds (with our largest tipping into 60 pounds and our smaller ones staying in the 30's).
Temperament: mini Goldendoodles are fun loving, alert and sprightly. The Toy poodle is loyal and sensitive to loud sounds and human emotions. They are intelligent and easy to train. Coupled with the golden retrievers gentle nature and easy going personality the mini doodle is gaining popularity with those that prefer a smaller dog. 

Mini (one standard and one toy parent) weight: average 30 pounds
Small Mini (one moyen and one toy parent) weight: average 20 pounds