Blue Ridge Goldendoodle Puppies Tennessee2024-07-10T17:51:24-04:00

Goldendoodle Puppies Tennessee

Blue Ridge Goldendoodle Puppies

Blue Ridge Goldendoodle Puppies

At Blue Ridge Goldendoodle Puppies, in Sevierville, Tennessee, we are committed to providing quality, champion-pedigreed Goldendoodle puppies. We are Cindy and Jeff Suit, and we strive to produce puppies with the very best temperaments and personalities. The health and overall condition of our Goldendoodles are top priorities. All of our puppies come with a two-year health guarantee, have been vet-checked, have received their first shots, and have been wormed on a regular basis. READ MORE

Goldendoodle puppies at Blue Ridge

Available Goldendoodle Puppies

The health, beauty and temperament of a Blue Ridge Goldendoodle puppy is second-to-none. This page features the stunning selection of pups we currently have available. When you’re ready to add one or more to your family, fill out an application to become an approved owner.
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Goldendoodle breeder

Goldendoodle Breeder

Think of this as the “family planning” area for when you’re just beginning to consider adding a goldendoodle puppy to your home. Find information about future litters, including expected delivery and release-to-owner dates, sizes (teacup, toy/petite, miniature and standard) and potential colors.


Meet Our Dogs

The secret to continually producing great puppies is to always use the very best breeding pairs. We carefully select our sires and dams for health, temperament, beauty, size and coat type. Visit this page to learn more about the exceptional dogs we use to create our second-to-none Blue Ridge Goldendoodle Puppies.

Our Puppies Come With an Excellent Health Guarantee

Goldendoodle health guarantee

Our puppies come with a full two-year health guarantee and lifetime support. They are up-to-date on shots and have been wormed regularly and thoroughly checked by our vet. We send a detailed vet record with every one. Each puppy also comes with a blanket or toy that was played with and rubbed on the mom and the siblings. This helps in the transition from our home to yours.

At Blue Ridge Goldendoodles, our breeding dogs are always screened for Hip Dysplasia and cleared by OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals) or our veterinarian prior to breeding. We also test them for problems with the elbows and heart, check for patella luxation and make sure that their eyes are cleared for Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), a degenerative vision disorder. In addition to these checks, our breeding dogs are DNA tested for a battery of genetic diseases. Blue Ridge Goldendoodles is a member and recommended breeder at

About Goldendoodle Puppies

About Red Goldendoodle puppies

Goldendoodles are the result of calculated crossbreeding between pedigreed Golden Retrievers and any of the three officially recognized Poodle varieties (standard, miniature and toy). Exceptional breeders like Blue Ridge Goldendoodles are able to produce puppies with the best attributes of each lineage — physical beauty, loving and loyal personalities, high intelligence, a strong desire to please and a size range that suits apartment dwelling, farm living and everything in between.

Combine these traits with the Poodles’ prized non-shedding coat and it’s evident why Goldendoodles are, according to a recent survey, among the fastest-growing canine breeds in America. They’re an outstanding choice for anyone with allergies and make excellent service dogs for people with disabilities for the same reasons. Their patience and gentle spirit make Goldendoodles especially good with small children.

If acquiring a Goldendoodle is the right choice for you or your family, start by locating a top-quality breeder. Retrievers and Poodles are both at-risk for hip dysplasia; it’s crucial that breeding pairs be vet checked and cleared prior to mating. All puppies should be examined and okayed, too. These exams are standard operating procedure at Blue Ridge Goldendoodle Puppies. If you choose one of our second-to-none pups, you’re guaranteed to get a happy and healthy new best friend.

Goldendoodle FAQs

Is it true that goldendoodles won’t shed?2022-08-17T10:25:31-04:00

No, all dogs shed a little, that is nature. There is low shedders and high shedders. A low shedder would have more texture of the poodle coat. Where as a high shedder would have the lab texture. Most Goldendoodles are low shedders.

What is the main difference between Labradoodles and Goldendoodles?2022-06-06T01:36:20-04:00

The differences between Labradoodles and Goldendoodles depends mostly on the breeding stock chosen for the parents. Blueridge Labradoodles are bred from English Labrador Retrievers, which are smaller, and are totally ‘laid-back’ in personality, as opposed to the American Labradors which are often bigger and tend towards a more ‘hyper’ personality.

With that being said, there really is no difference between our Goldendoodles and Labradoodles. Most people cannot tell the difference between the two breeds. Please feel free to look at my Doodle Hall of Fame and see if you can tell the difference.

Are Goldendoodles easy to potty train?2022-06-06T01:37:53-04:00

Goldendoodles are highly intelligent and motivated to please, this makes them outstanding pupils for housebreaking, crate training, learning tricks and more. Anecdotally, our owners tell us that potty training their Blue Ridge Goldendoodles is some of the simplest teaching of this kind they’ve ever done.

What is the difference between and F1 and F1B?2022-06-06T01:38:00-04:00

The F1 hybrid is the cross between the Poodle and the Labrador Retriever OR the Poodle and Golden Retriever. The resulting dog will be 50/50 Poodle and Retriever. In other words, an F1 Labradoodle puppy is 50% Labrador Retriever and 50% Poodle, and an F1 Goldendoodle puppy is 50% Golden Retriever and 50% Poodle.

The F1B is a ‘backcross’ meaning you take an F1 Goldendoodle puppy or F1 Labradoodle puppy and breed it ‘back’ to a poodle. This puppy is suppose to be 75 % poodle and 25 % lab however, that is not always the case. It depends what genes they inherit.

What is an F2?2022-06-06T01:44:27-04:00

In genetics, an F2 means a second generation cross, or a cross that is 2 generations away from the original parent breeds. There are 2 ways to get to the second generation. One is to breed an F1 Labradoodle to another F1 Labradoodle, or an F1 Goldendoodle to another F1 Goldendoodle.

The second way is described above, as an F1B. So breeding an F1 Labradoodle or Goldendoodle back to a Poodle to get an F1B, is resulting in a second generation of the hybrid. An F1B Labradoodle puppy or an F1B Goldendoodle puppy is actually a type of F2.

Are Goldendoodles appropriate for apartment living?2022-06-06T01:38:38-04:00

Yes, Goldendoodles are a very adaptable breed that can thrive in all residential settings. Whether they’re being raised in a townhouse or on a working cattle ranch, the blend of personality traits drawn from the Golden Retriever and the Poodle yield a happy, emotionally balanced dog. All they need is proper love and care from you to flourish. Plus, potential owners have the option of choosing a standard, mini, toy or teacup Goldendoodle based on the ideal size fit for their living conditions.

What’s the typical lifespan of a Goldendoodle?2022-06-06T01:49:06-04:00

While this is an impossible question to answer with any specificity, the average lifespan of a Goldendoodle is calculated to be between 10 and 15 years. Anecdotally, we’ve seen that our Blue Ridge Goldendoodles typically fall within this range, but often make it to the far side of the limit.

Do Goldendoodles get attached to one person?2022-06-06T01:39:36-04:00

Goldendoodles are extremely affectionate dogs who love to give and receive outward signs of love. They have the propensity to become more attached to one person, but their drive for attention prevents them from limiting their interactions in this way. To the dog, anyone willing to spend a few minutes giving a belly rub is worth an abundance of licking.

Are Goldendoodles lap dogs?2022-06-06T01:39:56-04:00

Yes — for better and for worse, since it’s true for every size Goldendoodle. Whether your canine companion is a five-pound teacup or a 100-pound standard, they will see themselves as equally small and act accordingly. If that sounds the least unpleasant, know that new owners quickly get used to having their entire laps swallowed and grow to love these times of bonding. Since shedding isn’t a concern, there really isn’t much of a downside. Just don’t blame us if you start uncontrollably posting “aaawww” pics of these moments to your social media.

Still have more questions about Goldendoodles? Check out our reference pages below:

About F1B Goldendoodles

The Goldendoodle is the result of breeding a standard poodle with a Golden Retriever.  They are loyal and loving dogs that are eager to please their masters. Read more…

About Petite & Mini Goldendoodles

It’s common knowledge that dogs have been bred over the centuries to perform certain tasks. The same is true for the petite and miniature Goldendoodles. Read More …

About the English Goldendoodles

When researching the Goldendoodle, you will find that there are many types to choose from. In connection with the color you might hear the term English Goldendoodle used. Read more …

Characteristics of the Mini Goldendoodle

As a breed not recognized by the AKC and other major kennel clubs, the Goldendoodle falls into the category known as a designer dog, or a hybrid breed. Read More …

The Difference compared for Goldendoodle vs Labradoodle

When you’ve decided that you want a family dog, and you’ve narrowed the field down to two choices, it may raise the question as to the differences between the Goldendoodle vs Labradoodle. Read More …

Additional Goldendoodle Information

We have a list of resources for Goldendoodles from food to breeder information. Read More …

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