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Petite Goldendoodle

Golden Retriever / Toy or Miniature Poodle / Cocker Spaniel Hybrid Dogs

The Petite Goldendoodle is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Golden Retriever, Poodle (Toy, Miniature or small Standard) and the Cocker Spaniel. Breeders are producing a much smaller Goldendoodle (Petite Goldendoodle) by first downsizing the adult, breeding female Golden Retriever. Breeders accomplish this by crossing the Golden Retriever with a Cocker Spaniel. The puppies that come from this cross-breeding are called Golden Cocker Retrievers. The Golden Cocker Retriever is bred with a Miniature Poodle (either by natural breeding or surgical / artificial insemination). The Petite Goldendoodle puppies are ½ Poodle, ¼ Golden Retriever and ¼ Cocker. The Petite Goldendoodles will be smaller dogs when grown because of the downsizing of the mother dog. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in any of the breeds. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

Note: Some breeders are using other types of spaniels besides Cocker Spaniels to create a Petite Goldendoodle. Be sure to ask the breeder what exactly is in their lines of dogs.

Petite Goldendoodle

Petite Goldendoodle, photo courtesy of Timshell Farm Goldendoodles

 
 

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Petite Goldendoodle

Orly out on the boat! Photo courtesy of Timshell Farm Goldendoodles

F1 Petite Goldendoodle female golden colored pup shown here at 9½ weeks old. She is 25% Golden 25% Cocker & 50% Mini Poodle

F1 Petite Goldendoodle female golden-colored pup shown here at 9½ weeks old—she is 25% Golden 25% Cocker and 50% Mini Poodle. Photo courtesy of Burr Oaks Dood Ranch

   
   

Petite Goldendoodle Puppies

Young Petite Goldendoodle puppies, photo courtesy of Timshell Farm Goldendoodles

 

Parti Petite Goldendoodle Puppy

Parti Petite Goldendoodle puppy, photo courtesy of Timshell Farm Goldendoodles

Petite Goldendoodle puppy at 6 weeks old, with the Cocker added in. ¼ Golden, ¼ Cocker &  ½ Mini Poodle

Petite Goldendoodle puppy at 6 weeks old with the Cocker added in—¼ Golden ¼ Cocker and ½ Mini Poodle. An F1 Cockapoo was bred to an F1 Mini Goldendoodle. Pups are still first generation. As an adult this pup will weigh 15 to 20 pounds. Photo courtesy of Burr Oaks Dood Ranch

Petite Goldendoodle puppy at 6 weeks old, with the Cocker added in. ¼ Golden, ¼ Cocker &  ½ Mini Poodle

Petite Goldendoodle puppy at 6 weeks old with the Cocker added in—¼ Golden ¼ Cocker and ½ Mini Poodle. An F1 Cockapoo was bred to an F1 Mini Goldendoodle. Pups are still first generation. As an adult this pup will weigh 15 to 20 pounds. Photo courtesy of Burr Oaks Dood Ranch

Petite Goldendoodle puppy at 9 weeks old, with the Cocker added in. ¼ Golden, ¼ Cocker &  ½ Mini Poodle

Petite Goldendoodle puppy at 9 weeks old with the Cocker added in—¼ Golden ¼ Cocker and ½ Mini Poodle. An F1 Cockapoo was bred to an F1 Mini Goldendoodle. Pups are still first generation. As an adult this pup will weigh 15 to 20 pounds. Photo courtesy of Burr Oaks Dood Ranch

 

Petite Goldendoodle puppy with the Cocker added in. ¼ Golden, ¼ Cocker &  ½ Mini PoodlePetite Goldendoodle puppy with the Cocker added in. ¼ Golden, ¼ Cocker &  ½ Mini Poodle

Petite Goldendoodle puppy with the Cocker added in—¼ Golden, ¼ Cocker and ½ Mini Poodle. An F1 Cockapoo was bred to an F1 Mini Goldendoodle. Pups are still first generation. As an adult this pup will weigh 15 to 20 pounds. Photo courtesy of Burr Oaks Dood Ranch

 

Parti Petite Goldendoodle Puppy

Parti Petite Goldendoodle puppy, photo courtesy of Timshell Farm Goldendoodles

 

Young Petite Goldendoodle Puppy

Young Petite Goldendoodle puppy, photo courtesy of Timshell Farm Goldendoodles

 

 

 

 

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