Expecting Puppies Fall 2020

Premier Breeders of F1 English “Teddy Bear” Goldendoodles

Located in Austin, Texas, Hill Country Goldendoodles strive to be the most professional, highest quality breeders of English “Teddybear” Goldendoodles in the world. We are passionate about this amazing breed and can’t wait to introduce you to our pups!

what is an english goldendoodle

What is an English Goldendoodle?

The English Goldendoodle comes from breeding an English Cream Golden Retriever with a Standard Poodle.  At Hill Country Goldendoodles, we specialize in breeding F1 Goldendoodles, making our puppies ideal for a family pets or service dogs.

The English Goldendoodle is the perfect family pet. They are very loving and friendly dog who enjoys spending time with their owners. They are very easy to train and they thrive on social interaction. As a result, they make an excellent guide dog or therapy dog. The English Goldendoodle is also considered a low to non-shedding breed, which makes them ideal for owners with allergies. We believe the English Goldendoodle is the perfect family pet, and encourage you to learn more at the link below.

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Why Hill Country Goldendoodles?

First and foremost, our English Golden Retrievers are our pets, raised in our home. We are not a large kennel facility or Puppy Mill and are strong advocates against such practices. Our dogs give birth in our home, in comfortable, temperature controlled environments. The health of our dams and their puppies are our top priority.

We interact with the Goldendoodle puppies daily, working on socialization skills and becoming familiar with crate training prior to going to their forever home.


Tips for caring for your new English Goldendoodle

January 16, 2019

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Why English Goldendoodles make the perfect family pet

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What is an English F1 Goldendoodle? Goldendoodles are produced by both American Golden Retrievers and…

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