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                                                                                                     About us

We are a family that have been breeding dogs since 2014. We have built up a reputation over the last 07 years as a reliable breeder of quality, registered, low-shedding, hypoallergenic, healthy Goldendoodles with excellent temperaments.
Many of our puppies have been used as therapy, emotional support and comfort dogs.

Our puppies are home raised which means they get lots of attention from people until it is time for them to go to their new owners.
Our goal is to breed very healthy, people loving, child friendly puppies.
The parent dogs and puppies receive quality vet care and so that they have no health issues from the beginning.
                                                         Included with our Puppies:
                                                       - Veterinarian issued health certificate
                             - First vaccines
                             - Deworming

                                                      - One year health guarantee
                                          - Small bag of puppy food
                                                      - Gift parcel full of doggy goodies


So far God has blessed us with many beautiful puppies. We hope that our puppies will continue to be beloved pets to many homes in South Africa.
They will bring lots of love and joy to their new families.

That they will be LITTLE STARS in the homes that they go to...

Phone.. (504)595-8944
Address.. 7820 Valley Park Blvd, Larkspur, 

                                    CO 80118.


About goldendoodle


What is a goldendoodle? 
A goldendoodle is a so-called designer dog. This means that it is originally designed and bred for a specific purpose. The story started with labradoodles in the 90's with a man in Australia crossing a labrador with a poodle to produce an allergy-friendly guide dog for the blind. In order to later produce a calmer family dog, they continued in parallel with breeding with golden retrievers and large poodles. It was discovered that doodles could become perfect care dogs / therapy dogs / guide dogs with their combination of the poodle's sharp brain and with a coat that many allergy sufferers could handle and the retriever's kindness and great "will to please". The result was a huge success that quickly spread to North America and England.
What should a goldendoodle look like?
A goldendoodle should be a happy and positive dog. It is intelligent, friendly, easy to learn, affectionate and childlike. A goldendoodle is usually very attentive to its owner and is easy and fun to train. Both the big poodle and the retriever are water-retrieving dogs, so it is no wonder that a goldendoodle usually loves to both swim and retrieve. A goldedoodle is versatile and seems to find most things fun. If you want to train rally obedience, agility, freestyle, nosework, retrieval, track or obedience, the dog is more than happy to participate. If you just want a friend to go for long walks with, then it's ok too. Just do not forget that a goldendoodle needs brain stimulation as it is a smart dog. It does not have to be so advanced for you as the owner, it is enough with a little "home search", such as hiding sweets in different places in the apartment or on the lawn.
What about fur care?
A goldendoodle can trap much, little or nothing at all. It all depends on how the genes from the retriever versus the poodle break through. There are doodles with flat, shaggy, fleece and curly fur. It is the curly fur that is most often considered to be the most allergy-friendly, but it is also the one that requires the most fur care. The fact that a doodle does not shed also means that it requires some fur care. The coat needs to be brushed regularly and must also be cut / trimmed. Many doodle owners invest in scissors and a trimmer and choose to cut themselves. Others hand in their dog for a dog grooming and pick up their newly groomed dog after a couple of hours.

What you as a doodle owner must not forget is to take care of the ears on your doodle. Many doodles have a lot of fur in the ear canal, the growth of fur in the ear canal is related to the type of fur the dog has. If the coat is curly, ie it has more of the poodle's genes in it, then it grows just like the poodle's fur in the ear canal. If you do not take care of the ears and pick fur when needed, it is easy for the dog to get both fungus and ear inflammation. Very coat provides a warm and humid environment in the ears which is a wonderful place for the fungus to grow in. If the dog a bath, it is important to dry the dog's ears, even the inside of the ear flap.


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Tilda is a goldendoodle F1 and is everything that a goldendoodle is expected to be, ie happy and positive. But Tilda is so much more, she is intelligent, friendly, easy to train, affectionate and loves children.

Tilda is always very attentive with a strong "will to please". We have tried rally obedience, freestyle, nosework and obedience, everything has been fun and she always gives very good results. But Tilda also has an "off button" and has no problem lying still and just taking it easy. She quickly reads the situation and simply does what is expected of her.

Tilda has a cream / apricot-colored, wavy coat. Her fur is wonderfully soft and does not shed. Tilda retired after her third and last litter in the autumn of 2017. 





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shipping & guarantee

shipping & guarantee
We do not allow car rides for trips that could be done in a plane in a shorter amount of time.We will consider a car ride if your location would require layovers that would take longer than a car ride.We don't  sell puppies to residence outside  the US . We are not equipped to sell puppies to anyone outside the US.
Our doodle nanny fly in-cabin with the puppy under their seat or on their lap and are professional and trustworthy. Cost is all-inclusive.

Flight Nanny fee:$500
Non Refundable deposit to hold your puppy(s): $400

Place a Puppy Deposit:
A deposit is require to reserve a puppy if you can't purchase same day . The deposit is always transferable to other litters if you decide to change your mind but non-refundable.


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Phone.. (504)595-8944
Address.. 7820 Valley Park Blvd, Larkspur, CO 80118. 


  • 7820 Valley Park Blvd, Larkspur, CO 80118, USA
  • (504)596-8944


Yes they are. The Goldendoodle have wonderful temperaments. Their natures are so fun loving, goofy even and quite comical. Do these traits mean they get along well with other animals? I think so! They are very social and enjoyable animals to be around.
In my opinion, no it doesn’t matter. All our Goldendoodles puppies come de-sexed so it is a decision that is a personal one for you and for your family to make.. Some families prefer males other families prefer females. This is entirely your decision, your environment may play a factor as well as other family members.
Yes! Yes ! Yes! They love the water. My girls take a walk down to the beach to a whole new level. They are so much fun, fearless around the water, another great reason to invest time in training to enjoy this fabulous quality of the Goldendoodle.
Short answer is no they don’t. Wool and Fleece coats do not require extensive looking after. When your puppy is in transition from developing its adult coat from its puppy coat more time and attention is required at this stage. But I ask you how long is a piece of string? Everybody has a differing opinion as to how much time is required and how much time you have to give. I keep my girls in a long coat for most of the year, when the weather gets warmer, I reduce the length of their coat. I groom or give my girls regular attention because I love to not because I have to.
Extremely important in a short answer. A significant piece of advice. The Goldendoodle is highly intelligent, bright and bubbly. Your puppy needs to be stimulated and they thrive and love the challenges of a training facility and or training program. You need to learn how to manage a dog of such high intelligence. You will reap the rewards of any effort you put in at this stage.
This is an extremely important consideration when looking to buy a
Goldendoodle. I would recommend never buying a puppy unless they are an accredited breeder for many reasons. The most significant being accredited breeders are all proudly bound to the requirements set out by the Goldendoodle Association and have their dog’s health and those of their puppies a priority. A strict guideline of health testing for all our breeding dogs is required. PETROSGENETICS Goldendoodles will provide a limited health guarantee for all puppies. To maintain breeder accreditation we must follow a breeders Code of Ethics ensuring responsible breeding which ultimately results in quality Goldendoodle puppies for you.
Yes. Most Goldendoodles are non shedding but this is not always the case. It depends on the puppies coat type. Most wool and fleece coat puppies will not shed and a hair coat will shed. There are sometimes exceptions to this and your breeder will be happy to discuss your needs and those of a particular puppy.
Our puppies are not toilet trained in a home environment.
The best way to toilet train your puppy is using puppy pads/grass potty mat and by taking your puppy outside every hour.
Use positive reinforcement/encouragement when your puppy toilets where you want it to toilet.
Shipping across US state lines + shipping box included is  $80.00, however any orders over $500  includes free shipping.  

But all international orders are treated on a case by case basis. We use  an  international pet  provider for international shipping, so we will need to ensure that they deliver to the select country/address and obtain the associated delivery costs. Final costs will be confirmed with the customer before being added to the order.
For addresses within the state – Once the order has been confirmed and payment has been received, the order will be posted within one business day. The delivery time estimate from USPS Post is approximately 1-3 business days to receive your order (Note: Orders are coming from WYOMING). If you do not receive your order within 3 business days, please check your mailbox and tracking number, then contact us and we will make sure to get your BIRDS in no time!.

For international addresses – All international orders are treated on a case by case basis. Will use alternate commercial international providers for international shipping, so we will need to ensure that they deliver to the select country/address and what the expected delivery time is. On average, US Post advise that the delivery time estimate is approximately 5-10 business days to receive your order.
Upon order completion, we will send an email and/or text message confirming your order. You will also receive a shipment confirmation and tracking number via email and/or text message once your package has been prepared for shipment. If you have questions about your order status or did not receive the email, please contact us.
If you entered the wrong information for your order, please contact us as soon as possible. We'll do our best to change it for you, but we can't guarantee anything in this case as our orders are processed quickly after purchase.
We will deliver mostly to mailing address you provide .
Yes, as long as US Post go there. You just need to expect extra time for deliveries.
Yes, but all international orders are treated on a case by case basis. We use  an  international pet  provider for international shipping, so we will need to ensure that they deliver to the select country/address and obtain the associated delivery costs. Final costs will be confirmed with the customer before being added to the order.
Our customer service is exceptional and we pride ourselves on our service and high standards.

We ensure we are available at each step of the process, from matching the breed most appropriate to the family dynamic to training, and general health and care.

Even after you bring your puppy home, we continue to provide you with ongoing advice and support for the lifetime of your puppy.

YES! Purebred dog breeds have health programs (see respective breeds). These diseases  can  also spread to a doodle, which is a mixture of two dog breeds. With healthy, health tested parents reduces significantly the puppies get sick.

The doodle is a mixed breed and very decisive for whether a doodle sheds or not is which type of fur you choose. The probability of getting a non-precipitating doodle is greatest if you choose a doodle with a coat of the more woolly and curly type (ie where the poodle gene has penetrated). But even a fur that does not shed loses a little hair when it is brushed, just like on us humans.

There are no allergy-friendly dogs that all allergy sufferers can handle. But there are individuals with fewer allergens in the coat and which therefore many allergy sufferers can have without feeling their allergy. You may be allergic to the dog's fur and / or saliva. If you are allergic to the dog's saliva, the dog breed does not matter. Some teach the dog that it must not lick the owner and manage to manage its allergy through it. But all dogs lick their fur / wash themselves and thus the dog's saliva also ends up on the fur. If you have a more severe allergy to the dog's saliva, you will therefore probably have problems. If, on the other hand, you are allergic to fur, it is very likely that you can handle goldendoodle where the dog has the woolly, curly fur type. But as I said, there are never any guarantees. There are no allergy-friendly dogs!

This is also related to the type of fur the dog has. Some Doodles are born with a type of fur called "flat", which means that it basically looks like a flat coated retriever and hardly needs any fur care at all. Temperamentally, it is like any other doodle, it is only the fur that deviates. A flat coat type sheds just like a retriever does.
Some doodles have a "shaggy" coat quality that also does not require much fur care, provided you keep the coat relatively short. There are also doodles with a fleece-type or curly coat. Curly fur requires the most fur care but is also the one that does not shed and that allergy sufferers usually do best. The longer the fur on the dog, the greater the likelihood that there will be tangles in it. To prevent tangles, brushing the fur at least once a week is required. To keep the fur in check, it also needs to be trimmed. How often the dog needs to be groomed depends entirely on how short you want to keep the coat, but expect a grooming / cutting of the dog about 4 times / year.