Goldendoodle Puppies For Sale & Adoption

Because of their athletic and friendly temperament, Goldendoodle puppies make great companion dogs for active individuals or families. So, if you’re looking for a dog you can take to the park with the family, this is your dog! They love to play catch, run around and “play” with the kids, and even swim too (but watch out – they let off a lot of water when they shake off!). This breed tends to do very well with children, as long as the children are taught to play nicely with the puppy and as long as the puppy has been socialized and trained from an early age.

Browse our listings of Goldendoodle puppies for sale on this page to find the perfect mix of Golden Retriever and Poodle in your next mixed breed Goldendoodle.

Quick Stats

  • Price: $2,000-$4,000
  • Temperament: athletic, friendly, peaceful, intelligent
  • Lifespan: 10+ years
  • Height: 20-26 inches
  • Weight: 30-60 pounds

The Goldendoodle is a crossbreed from a Golden Retriever and a Poodle, so characteristics tend to vary a bit more between these dogs than between other types of breeds. For example, if the Goldendoodle puppy gets more Golden Retriever traits, it can tend to be friendlier and more easily trainable, whereas if it gets more Poodle traits, it will tend to shed less and be more hypoallergenic.

When mixed with a Toy Poodle instead of a regular sized Poodle, the resulting Goldendoodle puppy tends to be much smaller or “miniature” (typically 15-20 inches tall, compared to 20-26 inches).

Typically, though, most adult Goldendoodles stand about 20-26 inches tall and weigh between 30-60 pounds. The variance in height and weight is impacted by gender (males tend to be slightly larger and heavier) as well as which traits the puppy got more of – Golden Retriever or Poodle. Typically, this breed lives for 10 or more years, making it a great “childhood” pet for the kids.

In addition to being friendly and playful, Goldendoodle puppies are also known for their intelligence and loyalty. Because of these traits, they are commonly bred and trained to be great therapy dogs or guide dogs, especially if the puppy exhibits more of the Golden Retriever traits.

Most of the Goldendoodle puppies for sale on Puppy Connector range in price from $2,000-$4,000, although occasionally they get as low as $500.

Although they tend to do well indoors if trained properly, it’s generally best to keep this breed of dog outside, preferably in a fenced in back yard that has enough space for the dog to run around and get out its energy. Most adult Goldendoodles tend to prefer at least 20 or 30 minutes of exercise or activity each day, so plan to either go on a lot of walks or have enough space and activities in the yard to keep your Goldendoodle active from puppyhood all the way up to adulthood.

This breed tends not to shed much, so they are relatively hypoallergenic (although no dog is completely hypoallergenic), particularly if the puppy inherits more of the Poodle side. Keep in mind that it’s not possible to predict exactly which traits of Golden Retriever or Poodle that the puppy will inherit as more dominant.

In summary, this breed does well as a companion or service dog, and would not do as well as a watch dog or guard dog.

Think you might fall in love with this breed? Browse all of our available Goldendoodle puppies for adoption on this page, or explore some of the other puppy breeds we have available. Our sellers/breeders guarantee the health of each puppy at the time of sale.

Goldendoodle Puppy FAQs

How Much Does A Goldendoodle Cost?

Typically, Goldendoodle puppies range in price from $2,000-$4,000, although we’ve seen some go for as low as $500-$1,000.

How Big Does A Goldendoodle Get?

As puppies, Goldendoodles are typically around 6-8 inches tall when born and grow up to 20-26 inches tall as adults.

How Much Should You Feed A Goldendoodle Puppy?

The amount of food a Goldendoodle puppy requires depends on whether it was bred to be miniature or large. A one- to 3-month-old pup may need anywhere from one to two cups of food, three times per day. Check with your seller/breeder for more specific guidance.