He lives to play. That said, we are living in our RV in Florida for four months, and a better companion could never be found. He travels all day with one or two stops. Remembers leash behavior and LOVES the dog park. After the loss of our goldendoodle to cancer, I didn't think I could love another dog so much. He has proven me wrong. Thank you, McKenzie's Doodles for providing us with the highlight to our day. ""Lexi's brought a tremendous amount of joy and laughter to our house. So much so, it's hard to remember what life was like before her. We can t thank you enough. She's fantastic with the kids and loves to snuggle.
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Our puppies are playful, cuddly, and really great with children. We are a small business but we love our mini doodle dogs. Quite regularly these sweetheart puppies will stop people in the street just to adore the cuteness!All of our mini doodle dogs are well socialized and very loved, from day one. Check them out online or come see them in person; they LOVE visitors!We are located in Northern Utah but we deliver puppies to homes all across the nation. At Mini Doodle Dogs it's important that all of our Mini Labradoodle puppies, Mini Goldendoodle pups, Mini Sheepadoodle dogs, Teacup Goldendoodle puppies, Toy Sheepadoodles and Toy Labradoodles come with a 1 year Health Guarantee, so if there is any complication or problem we'll work with you in resolving it. All of our puppies are up to date on their shots, dewormed, litterbox trained, and have crate training before leaving us so that you can have confidence in the puppy you're buying. Therefore if you're looking for a Mini Golden doodle for sale, or other mini doodle dog check out our mini goldendoodle page for pictures and other information. Like most dog breeds, goldendoodles generally do the majority of their growing in the first six months of life. In fact, many mini goldendoodle puppies reach half of their adult weight by four months. Standard goldendoodles may take a month or so longer to reach that half way mark. The larger the dog, the longer growing takes.