Mia's litter of F1b English Goldendoodles arrived on May 21st. She has 8 females and 3 males. They will be 8 weeks and ready for new homes around July 16th.
Lucy's litter of F1b Goldendoodles arrived on May 23rd. She has 6 females and 5 males. They will be ready for their new homes around July 18th.
All spots have been filled pending receiving of deposits.
About Red Barn Doodles
Welcome to Red Barn Doodles. We are the Barnes Family. We are a small breeder located about 30 minutes South of Columbus, Ohio. We have been breeding Standard F1 & F1b Goldendoodles and English Goldendoodles for 14 years. We strive to produce healthy, well socialized and loving Goldendoodle puppies available to good homes. Please check out our Parents page to meet our dogs. On our Available Puppies page you can see pictures of our most recent litters and you can find pictures of some of our past puppies all grown up on our Past Puppies page.
About Red Barn Doodles
Our puppies are born in our home and raised there for the first 4 weeks at which time (weather permitting) they go out to the dog barn next to our house with a doggy door and an outside pen to run in. This treatment gets them used to relieving themselves outdoors and makes housetraining much easier. It also lets them be more active. The puppies are given lots of love and daily individual attention before they come to live with you and are well socialized by our 4 children. They are seen by our Vet at 6 weeks of age and for an exam and first set of shots. We try to keep new owners informed by sending weekly emails with updates and pictures of your puppy as it grows.
We currently raise Standard F1B English Goldendoodles (F1 English Goldendoodle bred to Standard Poodle), and Standard F1B Goldendoodles (cross between an F1 Goldendoodle and a Poodle). Puppies typically weigh 55-75 lbs. when full grown. All puppies receive their first set of vaccinations and wormings and come with a 24 month health guarantee.
The puppies are sent home with a collar and leash, a sample of the food they have been eating, training treats, a health record of shots received, as well as a blanket that has the mother and littermates scents to help with the transition to their new home.