The goldendoodle is one of the newest additions to the fast growing list of crossbreeds that have appeared on the scene over recent years. The idea behind crossing Poodles with Golden Retrievers was to create a "doodle-type" dog that also boasted being low shedding and a dog that was both highly intelligent and affectionate that would make them not only ideal pets, but assistance dogs too and more especially for people who suffered from allergies.
Goldendoodle puppies were given their name by an American family called the Neelands in 1992 when they told someone their dog called Sugar was not a labradoodle, but a goldendoodle and so it was that the name stuck with them.
These charming dogs have become extremely popular in many countries around the world and more especially in Australia. However, as yet, they are not recognised by The Kennel Club or other international breed clubs as yet.
As a goldendoodle licensed breeder My Posh Pup continue to thrive in the breeding of the ultimate F1 healthy goldendoodle's in the most responsible way and aim to achieve a consistency in their looks and personalities. We are fully insured, veterinary approved, council licensed and a member of the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers.
My Posh Pup are proud to have supplied quality goldendoodle puppies to the following countries around the world: France, Channel Islands, Belgium, Holland, Austria, Bermuda and of course the UK. We can also now report a puppy from a recent litter is set to travel to Australia with his new family to live.
We look forward to hearing from you
Nigel and Annie of "My Posh Pup"
"A goldendoodle licensed breeder who you can trust!"
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All of our puppies have found homes however WE DO HAVE ACCESS to a goldendoodle and labradoodle litter sired by our stud "Reddington" so please contact me for further details.
With 25 years in the Kent Police Dog Unit Nigel is in an ideal position to find you a quality dog from a trusted breeder and able to identify fake adverts, scams and undesirables who are advertising pups for sale on Pets 4 Homes.