5. F1 Mini Goldendoodles

December 3, 2022

A very special Barknouncement indeed! Massachusetts Beenedoodles will be adding Mini Goldendoodles to our portfolio beginning Fall/Winter 2023!

Meet Millie

The waitlist has just opened for Millie’s 1st Mini Goldendoodle litter estimated to arrive sometime in the Fall or Winter of 2023! This timeframe will narrow once Millie has had her 1st cycle. Dogs can only get pregnant when they’re “in season” which happens twice a year and only if everything goes smoothly. We will occasionally skip a cycle, if/when appropriate for the mom.

We don’t ever breed on the first cycle because a mom is not fully mature at just 9months-1 year old, the usual timeframe for a dogs’ first heat cycle. Generally, dogs will come into season ie; “heat” twice a year and she won’t honeymoon until her 2nd cycle.

Enjoying the sunset in Maine with Miss Millie!

Mom dogs typically come into season every 6 months following their first heat cycle. This means once a mom has her first cycle, approximately 6 months later, she will honeymoon for for the first time. SO EXCITING! We aren’t quite sure who she will honeymoon with but we will update this as soon as a decision has been made!

Millie is a California girl through and through. She is the sweetest, most mellow Golden Retriever I have ever met and I was raised with Goldens! Most Goldens are sweet but are Golden Retrievers mellow as a puppy? Not so much. Normally, the first two years raising a Golden Retriever can be, well… Busy! Most Golden Retrievers are hyper for two years and then they calm down. Not Miss Millie! She’s almost 6 months old and not one hint of hyper activity in her bones. She is super chill, which I love and value as a trait in puppies. That’s why I chose Bernedoodles to begin with, because they are super calm even as puppies. Now that I have found a super chill Golden Retriever puppy, we wait until she’s “of age” and then… we shall begin! STAY TUNED!

To join the waitlist, please contact Elisa at puppyinquiries@mabernedoodles.com or call/text Elisa at 978-956-4838