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Tangled Up in Red Farms
Roxie delivered a litter of red standard F1 Goldendoodle pups on on 06/30/22!
Red F1 Standard Goldendoodle Puppies For Sale in Minnesota!!!
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Tangled Up in Red Farms, a small family doodle breeder out of Pelican Rapids, Minnesota, announces planned breedings for two litters of family farm-raised F1 standard red Goldendoodle puppies in the summer and fall of 2022!
Like our previous litters, these puppies should prove to have beauty, intelligence, a gentle nature, and if you are so inclined to develop it, hunting drive!
Our dam, AKC registered dark Golden Retriever, Roxie, is 70 lbs of playful, fun-loving, kid snuggling, sweetness with a beautiful wavy auburn colored coat. Not to mention that she can find a single pheasant feather in a 5-acre field!
Our dam, AKC registered Golden Retriever, Aspen, is 60 lbs, a gorgeous deep mahogany red and has stunning conformation as well as a sweet, playful temperament. She will begin her breeding career in the fall of 2022. We are so excited to meet her first litter of pups!
Our sire, AKC registered red Standard Poodle, Fisher, is 65 lbs and a smart, sweet, affectionate boy with a soft curly red coat and a gentle disposition. Fisher began his breeding career in the spring of 2020 and we are so pleased with his sweet, smart, beautiful pups!
We continuously strive for the perfect combination of temperament, intelligence, conformation, aesthetics, and utility to ensure that our F1 red Goldendoodle puppies make great family pets and hunting companions!
Our puppies come vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped, and their health is guaranteed. They will be handled frequently by adults and children to ensure optimal socialization and exposed to other dogs and cats to maximize their chances for success in their new family environments.
Each pup will also be introduced to game birds and assessed for hunting potential in the interest of helping our hunting families choose the best prospects.
John and Christina Norton