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FUTURE BEST FRIEND

FUN-LOVING FAMILY RAISED 

GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES FOR ADOPTION

WELCOME

Thank you for visiting S & L Goldendoodles!

S&L Goldendoodles is a family-owned dog breeder located in southeastern Pennsylvania. Here at S&L Goldendoodles we, Steve & Lizzianne, strive to raise healthy puppies with excellent temperaments. Click the button below to learn more about us and how we got started raising goldendoodle puppies or scroll down and check out our goldendoodle puppies for sale,

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We are expecting puppies in August.

If you are looking to add a puppy to your family we would love to help you find that perfect puppy. Fill out the adoption form or contact us @717-450-6724 or email us @ Stevestoltzfus27@icloud.com

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OUR DOGS

Meet the crew! Scroll down to see all of our dogs and click the Read More button to learn more about what makes each one unique

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Our Adults

Meet the dogs at S&L Goldendoodles. We have a happy family of Goldendoodles that we would love you to meet. All of our Goldendoodles have been genetically tested  and their care is the utmost priority here at S & L Goldendoodles

Our Puppies

Each of our puppies comes with a 1-year genetic health guarantee, is up to date on vaccines, and dewormer, and is vet checked.

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What Our Customers Are Saying

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Jennifer Sarro

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recent review

When we first got Macey we were so in love (cream colored) she is by far the best dog but most of all best emotional support dog for my daughter. Then we said let’s get a brown one (Bella) who is Maceys biological niece. We love our girls , they are gentle , SMART and the sweetest dogs . Thanks for raising great pups Macey is 3 and Bella is 2 now .

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ADOPT OUR PUPPIES

Interested in adopting a goldendoodle puppy? You have come to the right place

How to Adopt

  1.  Fill out and submit an Application Form.

  2.  After we receive your application we will contact you and help you choose your puppy and place a holding deposit.

  3.  After your puppy is 8+ weeks old all that is left is to sign the health guarantee and purchase agreement and pay the remaining balance.

  4.  Take your puppy to his/her new home.

  5.  Live happily ever after!

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Are you interested in adopting a Goldendoodle? If so here are 7 things you should know first

Frequently Asked Goldendoodle Questions

Are Goldendoodles hypoallergenic?

Goldendoodles are often considered hypoallergenic due to their Poodle ancestry, but individual reactions can vary. Regular grooming can help reduce allergens

Can Goldendoodles swim?

Generally, yes. Many Goldendoodles have a natural affinity for water, inherited from their retriever lineage. Proper introduction and supervision are important for their safety.

Are Goldendoodles smart?

Yes, Goldendoodles are known for their intelligence. They inherit smarts from both Poodle and Golden Retriever parents, making them quick learners and adaptable companions.

How often to groom Goldendoodles?

Grooming frequency depends on coat type. For wavy or curly coats, regular brushing every 2-3 days and professional grooming every 6-8 weeks are recommended.

Are Goldendoodles easy to train?

Generally, yes. Their intelligence and desire to please make Goldendoodles trainable. Consistent positive reinforcement and early socialization contribute to their success.

Can Goldendoodles be aggressive?

Like any dog breed, temperament varies. Goldendoodles are typically friendly, but individual behavior depends on genetics, upbringing, and training.

Are Goldendoodles hyper?

Goldendoodles can have bursts of energy, but they are not excessively hyper. Regular exercise and mental stimulation are important for maintaining a balanced behavior.

How often do you need to bathe Goldendoodles?

Bathing every 6-8 weeks is generally sufficient for Goldendoodles. Over-bathing can strip their coat of natural oils, leading to skin issues.

Are Goldendoodles good with cats?

Goldendoodles can get along well with cats if properly introduced and socialized from a young age. Supervised interactions help establish a positive relationship.

How much do Goldendoodles shed?

Goldendoodles can shed, but their shedding is usually minimal compared to some other breeds. This can vary based on coat type, with curly coats shedding less than straight ones.

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What Is So Special About Goldendoodles?
Goldendoodles have a lot of special qualities that they deserve to be proud of. As a cross-breed between
a golden retriever and a poodle, they have adorable, wavy locks that always seem to be soft to the
touch. Goldendoodles are highly sought-after dog breeds, but it’s not just for their cute looks.
These dogs are incredibly intelligent and loving, eager to please and take part in family activities. You’ll
find that these gentle dogs are much easier to train than other breeds. Because of their calm attitude
and devotion, they are extremely careful with young children, which makes them a popular breed choice
for families.  Learn More

The Breed’s Temperament
The highlight of owning a goldendoodle is their happy demeanor. The breed’s temperament is patient
and gentle across the board, making them a fantastic choice for families.
The happy-go-lucky attitude this breed has is most often focused on playtime, where they expend most
of their energy. Both poodles and golden retrievers need a lot of exercise, so it’s no surprise that
goldendoodles need to romp around the yard with lots of attention from the kids, or plenty of outings
with the family. They are most hyper as puppies and tend to become slightly more docile as they age.
Since goldendoodles are always cuddly and affectionate, it’s no surprise that they hardly ever show
aggression, even towards strangers. For this reason, they aren’t often chosen as guard dogs. This is
primarily why they are chosen as house dogs for people who need an extra dash of patience and
unconditional love throughout the day.

Are Goldendoodles Good House Dogs?
Goldendoodles are excellent house dogs, thriving on companionship and affection. Keep in mind that
while they are smart and gentle, they also need lots of exercise and space to play. They are a particularly
popular choice for families as they are incredibly patient and gentle around young children.
Because of their well-behaved demeanor, you can leave a goldendoodle alone at home without worry
so long as their needs for activity and affection are met when the family is home.

Is a Goldendoodle the Right Breed for You?
Goldendoodles are a great addition to any family, but they are a big responsibility. These dogs need a
healthy and active lifestyle to truly flourish. This makes them a great addition to families who enjoy the

outdoors or really focus on their pets’ needs, otherwise, their playfulness and smarts will show in how
they act out.
Active goldendoodles are happy and well-behaved goldendoodles, which also means they will need
space and a lot of mental stimulation and affection. Take care of them, and they’ll show you
unconditional love for the rest of their life.

Goldendoodle Puppies for Sale
Based in southeastern Pennsylvania, S&L Goldendoodles is the top choice for family-friendly
goldendoodle puppies for sale. We take time to ensure our healthy pups are matched with the right
family. When you are searching for goldendoodle puppies for sale, look no further. Simply fill out our
Puppy Adoption Application Form to get started.  Get Directions

If you're considering bringing a Goldendoodle puppy into your family, there are some important things to keep in mind before making your final decision. Goldendoodles are a popular hybrid breed that combines the intelligence and hypoallergenic qualities of Poodles with the friendly and playful nature of Golden Retrievers. Here are seven questions we often hear from people interested in buying a Goldendoodle puppy:

1.  Do goldendoodles come in a variety of sizes?

From mini to standard, Goldendoodles come in a range of sizes. Miniature Goldendoodles typically weigh anywhere from 15-30 pounds, the next size up is the standard Goldendoodles which typically weigh up to 90 pounds. Make sure you choose a size that will fit your lifestyle and living space.

2.  Do they require regular grooming:

Goldendoodles have a unique coat that is typically curly or wavy, which means they require regular grooming to keep their coat in good condition. Depending on the length of their hair, they may require brushing several times a week and a trim every few months.

3.  Do they need lots of exercise?

Goldendoodles are active dogs that require lots of exercises to stay happy and healthy. They love to play and run, so be prepared to take them on long walks, runs, or hikes daily.

 

4.  How are they with kids?

Goldendoodles are known for their friendly and gentle temperament, making them great family dogs. They love to play with children and make great companions for kids.

 

5.  Can they suffer from health issues?

As with all dog breeds, Goldendoodles can suffer from a range of health issues. Some common issues include hip dysplasia, allergies, and ear infections. Before bringing a Goldendoodle puppy home, make sure you have a plan in place to keep them healthy, including regular vet checkups and a healthy diet.

 

6.  Do they shed?

Doodles are a low-shedding breed, but puppies with very flat, straight coats may shed more, similar to Golden Retrievers. Wavy coats shed less and require minimal grooming. Curly coats shed very little but they do require regular brushing to keep them from matting. Breeders can determine coat types early on and coat testing can ensure non-shedding genes are passed down to future generations. Multigenerational litters with more poodle in the mix result in curlier coats and less shedding, with F1b or past third-generation Goldendoodles being ultra low-shedding when bred correctly.

 

7.  Are there still Puppy Mills?

Yes. Goldendoodles are a popular breed, which means they can be expensive to purchase from a reputable breeder. Before purchasing your Goldendoodle make sure you are buying from a reputable breeder. Here at S&L Goldendoodles we make sure to take extra care to make sure our dogs have the best life. We are known for our excellent breeding programs and smooth adoption process.

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