16 Best Goldendoodle Breeders In California (2022)

Picture from O’hara Goldendoodles breeder instagram
Picture from O’hara Goldendoodles breeder Instagram

Goldendoodle is popular breed accross USA. People fall in love with Goldendoodles at first sight because the breed has many advantages.

Therefore it’s important for our team to give helpful guides and tips for future Goldendoodle owners in California (CA):

  • List of breeders In the CA
  • A small list of How to choose a right breeder
  • Difference between F1 and F1b
  • Price of a Goldendoodle puppy

More details are in the article below.

OC Goldendoodles

OC Goldendoodles details

Big Dog Doodles & Livestock Ranch

Big Dog Doodles & Livestock Ranch details

Golden Liberty Doodles

Golden Liberty Doodles details

Cali Doodles

Cali Doodles details

Rainbows End Puppies

Rainbows End Puppies details

Coastland Goldendoodles

Coastland Goldendoodles details

Windsong Doodles

Windsong Doodles details

ASD Companion Doodles

ASD Companion Doodles details

Given Doodles

Given Doodles details

Almond Blossom Doodles

Almond Blossom Doodles details

Golden State Doodles

Golden State Doodles details

O’Hara Goldendoodles

O’Hara Goldendoodles details

Helix Hills Goldendoodles

Helix Hills Goldendoodles details

Bel Cuore Doodles

Bel Cuore Doodles details

Cutie Doodles

Cutie Doodles details

Sharper Doodles

Sharper Doodles details

About Goldendoodle

Goldendoodle is a cute mix between the Poodle and the Golden retriever. Many Americans love them because the combination of that beautiful breed includes the best traits of both parents and one of the most important things Goldendoodle is hypoallergenic.

Video guide about Goldendoodle dog breed

Sizes of Goldendoodles

SizeHeight and Weight
Petitebelow 14 inches, typically 25 lbs. or less
Miniature14 – 17 inches (43cm – 42cm) at wither, 26-35 lbs.
Medium17 – 21 inches (43cm – 52cm) at wither, typically 36-50 lbs.
Standardover 21 inches (53cm – 63cm) at wither, typically 51 lbs. or more
Goldendoodle height and weight ranges

What is the difference between F1 and F1b?

Generations of Goldendoodles

F1Golden retriever x Poodle (50% chance of being low-shedding)
F1BF1 Goldendoodle x Poodle (higher success rate over F1 for non-shedding)
Multigentwo goldendoodle parents. One parent has to be an F1B or multigene. A poodle bred to a multigen goldendoodle is also a multigen. (Most hypoallergenic with a 98% non-shedding success rate)
Generations of Goldendoodles
Letter “F” stands for “Filial.”
Filial simply means that the dog is a crossbreed rather than a purebred.
The number “1” refers to the fact that the puppies are the first generation offspring of a Poodle and a Golden retriever.
“B” stands for Backcross. Backcross means that the F1 dog is bred with a purebred parent breed.

F1 and F1B Goldendoodles difference in video

How Much Does a Goldendoodle Cost in the US?

Goldendoodle’s average price in California is between $1500 and $5000.

How to choose a Goldendoodle breeder

There is the main point you should pay attention on:

  1. GANA Member
  2. Experience
  3. Breeding Practices
  4. Health Screening
  5. Paperwork and History

Goldendoodle Breeders In USA


There are enough good breeders in the US, California. Choose the good one you liked the most after the review of the list we provided. Enjoy your future friend ❤️

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