Hello and welcome to Ohio Goldendoodles!
We are quality goldendoodle breeders from Canton, Ohio. Please be careful when adding a member to your family!
I believe that temperament is at least 50% hereditary, so having parent dogs with excellent temperaments is a must. The parent dogs are all extremely calm, great with children, and easy to train. The definition of a F1 Goldendoodle is a 50/50 mixture of a golden retriever and a standard poodle. Goldendoodles make excellent pups!
All of our dogs are health tested. Certificates can be found at www.pawprintgenetics.com This is a genetic testing center for dogs.
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The Many Faces of Our Goldendoodles
The Goldendoodle is not only a perfect companion dog, but is a versatile breed. The Goldendoodle can fill many different roles from therapy and service all the way to a new family member.
Note to future goldendoodle parents
To anyone considering purchasing a puppy, make sure you are purchasing from an experienced breeder. This means your breeder should be able to educate you about all traits of a goldendoodle. They should be able to answer any questions/concerns that are related to the health of your new puppy long after you are home. You’ll find many people breeding doodles these days, making sure you’re purchasing from the right breeder is important. After all, this pup is going to become part of your family!
Sadly, I have seen too many goldendoodles end up in shelters or owners wanting to re-home their dog. Please take the purchase of your pup serious as I want every single one of my pups to go to their forever home!
Parents should be on site, healthy, and AKC registered (if purchasing a F1, which is from two purebreds). Anyone that says there is NO shedding is wrong. No dog is 100% hypoallergenic. Also, pups should always be checked by a licensed vet. Yes, this will cost extra for the breeder. A new puppy could have a hernia, heart murmur or something else undetected by the breeder or customer.
Health of the Pup
They need to be VET checked. Many breeders say shots have been given (this means they give the shots, with no vet check). Unless they have been checked by a vet, you do not know what you are buying. Any puppy could look healthy and have something wrong with it.
“This advice is my opinion only. I am not a vet but I have a good standing reputation as a breeder. (I only breed goldendoodles, not any other dog). I take my pups to see our vet at six weeks. They are checked over and they receive their shots from our vet. We do purchase worming medication from our vet, so we can safely de-worm them ourselves. This way we are not exposing them to unnecessary germs. Not to mention they come from a loving home, are well kept, and have a wonderful first 8 weeks, where they are socialized and have much interaction with our other dogs and many learning toys to play with! Happy pups make happy families! “
-Lee KennyOhio Goldendoodles