Pricing, Policies & FAQ's



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Shedding and Allergies Explained:  

Hypoallergenic means relatively unlikely to trigger allergies or cause an allergic reaction. With the advancement of  genetic testing that we do here at Beyond Bliss Doodles, we can produce puppies that are the most non-shedding, hypoallergenic and the most allergy friendly, generations possible. Thus we concentrate on F1b and multigen puppies from genetically tested parents. In the past it was believed that you had to get a curly coated  goldendoodle puppy in order for a dog to be hypoallergenic or non-shedding. This is no longer the case. We now know that curl has nothing to do with shedding. Think about other straight-haired, non shedding breeds, like the Shih Tzus, Lhasa Apso, Bichon, Terriers or Maltese. They are minimal to non-shedding but yet they have NO curl to their coats. BUT, in order for a Goldendoodle breeder to produce minimal to non-shedding Goldendoodle puppies, (note that even humans shed a minimal amount of hair) the breeder MUST genetically DNA test their parent dogs (which we do on all of our parents through Paw Print Genetics and VetGen Laboratories) for the furnishings, (improper coat IC gene) as well as the shed gene. Even if a parent dog doesn't shed, they can carry the IC gene. If  two IC carriers are bred together, they can produce a litter full of puppies that shed heavily, with no facial furnishings. With the advancement of  available DNA genetic testing (which we do on all of our parents) through Paw Print Genetics and VetGen Laboratories, we are able to know if the parents carry for IC (improper coat furnishings genes) as well as their shedding propensity scores. Then, carefully chosen breeding pairs allows us to produce wavy or curlier minimal to non-shedding, hypoallergenic teddy bear coats, while maintaining good body structure. A dog with poor structure is at a much greater risk for injury. If your concerned about mild to moderate allergies or don't want to deal with shedding, I would recommend our multigens or our F1b's. They are relatively unlikely to trigger allergies or cause an allergic reaction. **Please note that even if a dog is minimal to non-sheding, some folks with severe allergies may react to the protien in their saliva or dander. So if in doubt, ALWAYS check with your allergist first, before considering purchasing a puppy. 

 Here are two articles I recommend about shedding and allergies, regarding the importance of testing and carefully choosing a breeder Shedding and allergies and  hypoallergenic-marketing-scheme-or-truth,  by Ashton Kent.

Pricing & Sizes

Pricing Includes NY State Sales Tax & $250 Deposit

Mediums (average 30-50 lbs) & Standards (average 45-65 lbs) $1950

Minis (average 20-35 lbs)  $2250

The above weights are a guideline, Goldendoodles are a hybrid. Within any litter, there may be a

puppy that falls above or below the projected adult weights, but most of the time they stay within that range. 

Goldendoodle Generations Explained

Again I want to mention, hypoallergenic means relatively unlikely to trigger allergies or cause an allergic reaction. With the advancement of  genetic testing that we do here at Beyond Bliss Doodles, we can produce puppies that are the most non-shedding, hypoallergenic, most allergy friendly generations possible. Thus we concentrate on F1b and multigen puppies from genetically tested parents. Even if a dog is minimal to non-sheding, some folks with severe allergies may react to the protien in their saliva or dander. So, if in doubt, ALWAYS check with your allergist first, before considering purchasing a puppy. 

F1 Generation-   Golden Retriever x Poodle. This is the result of crossing a Standard Poodle with a Golden Retriever to create a Goldendoodle. They can shed and coats within the same litter can vary greatly. They are a good choice for most people with mild allergies. Their coats can be wavy, slightly curly or smooth (looking more like a Golden Retriever).

F1b Generation  F1 Doodle x Poodle. These dogs are minimal to non-shedding (if they shed at all), are extremely allergy friendly and are highly recommended for people with moderate to severe dog allergies. Their coats are generally wavy, slightly curly or a relaxed curlThey are a perfect choice for those with allergy or shedding concerns.

F1bb Generation-   F1b Goldendoodle x Poodle. This generation retains a high level of consistency. This is an extremely allergy friendly generation where the puppies should be minimal to non-shedding. There can be some coat variation within a litter but expect curls. They are highly recommended for families with any allergy concerns and  for those who don't want the shedding. Exact percentages of the F1bb poodle/retriever mix are theoretical. There is no guarantee that any generation will be an exact a mix of  50/50 or 75/25 or any other combination. With coat testing, proper knowledge, and choosing the correct pairing, a trustworthy breeder will be able to tell you wheather or not your puppy will be a shedder or how allergy friendly your puppy will be regardless of the amount of curl.
F2 Genertion-    F1 Doodle X F1 Doodle. This generation can vary just like the F1 and F2b generation. Although there is a higher chance of a Retriever gene coming through and creating a doodle that looks like a Retriever and will likely shed and not be good for allergy sufferers. 
F2b Generation-  F1 Doodle X F1b Doodle. With this type of doodle, we can see variety of coat types within a litter. We can see puppies with coats that range  from an F1 type coat (wavy) to a loosely curled coat. They can be allergy friendly depending on the puppy.
F3 Generation: F1b Doodle X F1b Doodle (this would be the only way we would breed an F3) or F2 Doodle X  F2 Doodle. This generation can vary from a heavy wave to very curly. Another allergy friendly type.
MultiGen-  Multigen is the term used to describe doodles beyond the second generation. If two goldendoodles are parents, one parent has to be an F1b or a multigen. A poodle bred to a multigen is also classified as a multigen. When bred correctly, they are extremely allergy friendly, (like the F1b's) with minimal (if they shed at all) to no shedding. Multigens are highly recommended for people with moderate to severe allergies and for those who don't want the shedding. Multigens retain a high level of consistency in structure and coat type and bring hybrid vigor back into their offspring. Be sure your breeder is doing genetic testing on the parents dogs so that they don't unintentionally produce puppies with incorrect shedding coats (without furnishings). Their coats are generally wavy, slightly curly or a relaxed curl. We genetically test all of our parent dogs here at Beyond Bliss Doodles.

Goldendoodle Coat Types Explained-    We have dedicated an entire page to this topic. To obtain a better understanding, be sure to visit our page by clicking Goldendoodle Coat Types. Goldendoodles generally have  three different types of coats.  Wavy, curly, (resembling more of a standard poodle coat but with relaxed, looser curls) or a smooth coat, (resembling more of  the Golden Retriever look.). Because of the Standard Poodle, Goldendoodles come in a variety of colors including  black, red, golden, carmel, cream and brown.


Our Policies & How Things Work!

How To Reserve A Puppy:  After your puppy application is approved, we will add your name to our general in line reservation/wait list which is compiled according to the size of  the puppy your wanting. We will then contact you once puppies are born (or pregnancy is confirmed) and ask if that litter works for you in regards to color, size, and the take home date. At that time, you will need to send a non-refundable deposit to hold your puppy until they are 8 weeks of age and ready to go home.  Please do not send a deposit without checking with us first. We cannot accept deposits on waitlists that are already full. 

Mother Nature is ultimately in charge, so we can never guarantee due date, number of puppies or genders but we can give you our best guess on estimated due date, go home times, colors and litter size. However, we generally cannot tell you in advance specifically which girl will be the mom as Mother Nature oversees exactly which girls go into heat and when they go into heat.  The only thing you can count on with the timing on heat cycles is that you can't count on the timing on heat cycles!

If the take home date does not work for you, and if you request us to do so, we will move your name forward to another litter. If we don’t hear back from you within 24 hours, we will continue on to the next person on the list as everyone is excited about getting their puppy and we don't want to keep them waiting. When we do reach you, we'd need your decision that day. The deposit/reservation fee is NOT refundable if there is a puppy available and the buyer changes their mind or for any other reason at any other time. When it's time to select your puppy, if you do not find a suitable puppy, your deposit can only be moved forward to another litter in our next available opening on the in-line reservation list. Once the puppies are born, if the gender you chose is available, your choice of gender cannot be changed, unless one is available after the reservation list is fulfilled. If the gender that you prefer is not available, you will have the option of choosing the other gender or moving your deposit forward to the next available litter opening. The buyer has the right to contact the breeder PRIOR to the birth of the puppies, to change their choice of gender. Should the sale be terminated by the Breeder, your deposit/reservation fee will be returned to you.

We accept PayPal, personal checks or money orders for $250 for deposits only, and mail it to: Beyond Bliss Doodles,  PO Box 391, Evans Mills, NY 13637. If using PayPalyou can log into your PayPal account and send a $258 non-refundable reservation fee/deposit to The non-refundable deposit/reservation fee of $250 will be applied towards the total price of your puppy. The E-sign Guarantee is required to be completed at the time of the deposit only

How Puppies Are Selected:  We don't pick out your puppy 'for you' or allocate a puppy for you......Instead, in order to assure the best possible match between our puppies and their families, we approach puppy selection process by making it a JOINT effort, that INCLUDES our puppy families in the decision making. By monitoring and evaluating them every day, we see traits that would place them in the most appropriate home. We offer suggestions based on the preferences you are seeking in a puppy (personality, size, color, coat texture etc.), as well as what you tell us about your family, in order to help you make an informed decision.  We as breeders know our puppies and our breed the best, so we feel it's important for us to work WITH families to choose the best puppy, rather than let a family choose based solely on emotions, ........ like "this puppy likes me" (because they all like everyone, they're puppies and this is a happy breed!), or "that's the quiet one" (they are all quiet sometimes and they all get the 'puppy crazies' at other times!!). Or ....."I want the puppy to pick me" or "I want to pick the puppy that I feel a bond with" (the bonding process occurs with any puppy once he or she enters your home). Goldendoodles are such loyal, kind and loving dogs. They get along with all people and pets.

After the puppies are born, you will get newborn pictures and notification of the selection order, (based on the order of the applications received and gender you selected on your application), as well as the go home date for the puppies. If the gender that you prefer is not available, you will have the option of choosing the other gender or moving your deposit forward to the next available litter opening. Per our vets orders, in order to protect our puppies, we are not able to allow visitors to view or interact with our puppies before they have been vaccinated and are ready to go home.  In lieu of this,  families receive newborn puppy pictures as well as new pictures and updates of the puppies progress at 2, 4 and 6 weeks of age so you can follow them as they grow as well as answers to any questions you my have along the way. (Once they are 2 weeks old, each puppy will all be assigned a colored collar that they will wear until they go home so that you can easily identify them). Puppies cannot go home until 8 weeks of age. You must not visit another breeder, canine care facility, pet store or shelter on the same day that you come.

When the puppies are around 6-7 weeks old and we have had the opportunity to assess temperaments, sizes, coat types and individual personalities (we know our puppies better than anyone does!), we call each family on the reservation list in the order of applications/deposits received by gender, and answer any questions you may have in order to help you make the best choice in selecting the puppy that best fits your families needs and preferences. We ask that you choose your puppy at that time (when we call you). Once your selection is made, we will call the next family in line and so on. If we don't hear back from you or cannot reach you for your decision within 24 hours, we will be happy to pick your puppy for you based on what we feel best meets your families needs and preferences. If you commit to a litter and change your mind on a puppy from that litter, you can move your deposit forward to the next available opening on our in line reservation list. Puppies go home at eight weeks of age.

We reserve the right to first pick from any litter and the right to refuse sale of any puppy at any time should we feel we are not able to meet the buyers needs or that buyer is not a good fit for one of our puppies. Should the sale be terminated by the Breeder, your deposit/reservation fee will be returned to you.

Our Guarantee: Our puppies come with our exceptional two year genetic health gshiuarantee. Should the puppy develop a condition that our parents are tested for, that is diagnosed and proven to be genetic and not aquired, and is shown by your veterinarian (and our vet confirms at buyer’s expense) to have a parental-tested genetic defect that significantly compromises the dog's life as a companion dog and requires surgery, we will reimburse up to the purchase price of the puppy. The Buyer does NOT have to return the puppy to the Breeder. Should the dog be found to have Hip or Elbow Dysplasia before 24 months of age, Buyer must provide Seller with proof in the form of documentation from OFA. Expenses pertaining to testing, treatment and exams to confirm a diagnosis are the responsibility of the Buyer.

Spay & Neuter Policy:  Our puppies are sold on a STRICT spay/ neuter contract, meaning that you do not have permission to breed one of our dogs. Your puppy must be spayed or neutered before 8 months of age and proof  (a copy of the certificate from your vet) MUST be sent to us. NO EXCEPTIONS.

In order to break up the trip, most famlies travel to our area (and stay overnight in a hotel) the day or evening before the puppies go home date. They then pick up their new puppy the next morning and travel back home.

What comes with my new puppy from Beyond Bliss Doodles?  Our puppies are started on crate training & potty training at 4 weeks of age, making their transition into their new home consistently smoother!! Our Puppy Packet includes: registration certificate, our 2 year genetic health guarantee, a health certificate from our Vet, first series of puppy shots and de-wormings, puppy food, your puppy's Health Records, 30 days of free pet insurance, a blanket and toys with parents and siblings scents on it and an informational puppy packet with lots of necessary, helpful information about your new puppy. And, lifetime of support!

NO Visitation Policy:    Per our Vets orders (whose directive we work under), to ensure that we keep our puppies (and your puppy) safe, we cannot allow visits before puppies are vaccinated and turn 8 weeks old. Parvo is extremely contagious and prevelent in our area. Parvo is very resistant to disenfectants and can survive on objects, surfaces or in the ground for years. Puppies are born with underdeveloped immne systems and are extremely vulnerable to life threatening illnesses like Parvo, distemper or canine flu, until they are fully vaccinated. Infection can occur directly or indirectly through contact with infected dogs or contaminated surfaces or objects. The virus can be carried in on  shoes, clothing, hands or tires if you've come in contact with a virus of this sort. Parvo quickly spreads and kills entire litters of puppies. Puppies with Parvo die a very painful, heart wrenching death. We will NOT risk the health of our puppies. Our vet will be happy to explain to you why we have a strict no visitation policy. 

Here is a link to Revival Animal Health's Article written by Dr. B, explaining why limiting public access is crucial to our puppies health. Our number one priority is protecting our puppies. Educating Visitors On Biosecurity  

You must not visit another breeder, canine care facility, pet store or shelter on the same day that you come. 

What if I cannot pick up my puppy when you say they are scheduled to go home?  If we have available space in our puppy room (and are not boarding other puppies at the same time), we would able to keep your puppy for 2-3 days beyond the scheduled go home date. There is a boarding fee of  $30.00 per day. The optimal time for puppies to be placed with their new familes is around 8 weeks of age in order to create a socially self-confident, well-behaved puppy that is strongly bonded to you. Therefore, there is a 2-3 day limit on boarding.

General Information:

What do I need (so I am prepared) for bringing home my new puppy?: So many people ask me what they will need to get before they bring home their puppy, so I thought I'd add that question to this page. You will need to get a few toys, a water and food bowl, a puppy brush and shampoo, puppy food and a crate if you plan to crate train your puppy. We recommend crate training and send home a puppy packet with lots of useful information including a page on crate training your puppy. Don't forget a leash and a small sized collar too!

Shipping: YES we CAN ship your puppy to you!! If your puppy is being shipped, the balance due on  your puppy (including the flight costs), MUST be paid for in full BEFORE the puppies reach 4 weeks  of age. Payment can be made by sending a personal check, money order or a certified bank check only. If your puppy is NOT being shipped,  payment in full is due at the time of  puppy pickup.

There are 2 shipping options- The first option is shipping your puppy to you on a flight. The cost to ship a puppy to you is $495 (payment for the balance due on your puppy and the shipping costs are due by the time the puppy reaches 6 weeks of age). OR-- You can fly into Syracuse and meet us at the airport, pick up your puppy and your puppy can fly home with you in cabin as carry on. There is an additional fee of $100.00 if we meet you in Syracuse.


The Difference Between An English Teddy Bear & An American Goldendoodle   The  English Teddy Bear Goldendoodle has one parent that is an English Cream Retriever and the other parent is a  Standard Poodle . Our English Goldendoodles are from  true European lines.They  have a stockier, more square build and a blockier head.Their coats tend to have  a "teddy bear" look to them which is where the name came from.

The American  Goldendoodle has one parent that is an American Golden Retriever, which you are probably more familiar with, and the other parent is a Standard Poodle.  Their coats tend to be golden, reddish or cream in color, but can also be  black or brown. English Teddy Bear and American Goldendoodle puppies are equally intelligent, sweet and adorable. 

Hybrid Vigour  Goldendoodle's  get their name from their mixed heritage - So they are a hybrid dog, a first generation cross, and as such they exhibit what is known as "hybrid vigor". This is a phenomenon in animal breeding referring to the fact that the first cross between two unrelated purebred lines is healthier and grows better than either parent line. The puppies take on the best traits of both breeds. The hybrid cross between these two parent breeds are terrific family dogs, friendly, intelligent, affectionate and easy to train.

Characteristics  Their ancestry along both parent lines is as hunters and water dogs. The Golden Retriever in them allows them to enjoy games that involve retrieving. The physical appearance of the Goldendoodle runs anywhere from a shaggy-looking retriever to a curl-relaxed poodle, but usually it falls somewhere in the middle. The color of the coat can be cream, gold, apricot, red, chocolate and black. They are medium-sized family dogs with easy dispositions. Like many poodle crosses, they inherit the coat qualities of the poodle. This means that many don't shed, or shed lightly, and should be hypo-allergenic.

Temperament  Goldendoodles  are an intelligent and obedient family companion. They are everybody's friend and devoted to their family. They are friendly towards children, other dogs and pets, and easy with strangers. They are social dogs, happiest when with people. Their intelligence, eagerness to please, and love of learning make them very easy to train. They are medium-sized family dogs with easy dispositions.

Health  As a hybrid cross, they grow healthier and live longer than either parent line. The  genetic diseases they can be prone to would be those shared by the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. These include - congenital heart disease, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, vWD  and cataracts. BE SURE  you purchase your puppy from a reputable breeder who does health testing on their parent dogs. This will save you money in vet bills both now and in the futute, not to mention heartache!

Exercise Requirements Goldendoodles require a mild to moderate amount of daily exercise. The Golden Retriever in them allows them to enjoy games that involve retrieving.

Life Expectancy  Their lifespan can be around 12-14 years.

Grooming   They will inherit a coat  that looks retriever-like, or poodle-like, but usually something in-between. Like many poodle crosses, many don't shed, or shed lightly. They generally require regular grooming.
 As more and more people live in the city, needs have changed. Many are  looking for wonderful companions. The need for dogs who are playful, friendly towards people and pets, easy to train and easy to maintain has spurred breeders to cross breed two of the most intelligent and popular breeds of our time.













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