J and L Pups
Contact Information:
Jonathan Alger 
(828) 342-1602
Goldendoodles and Golden Retrievers
 Indianapolis, Indiana
Questions to ask breeders:
-What generation are the puppies? (F1, F1b, F2, etc)
-How many litters has the dam had?
-What experience do you have with breeding?
-Do you provide AKC paperwork?
-Do you provide a health warranty or guarantee?

-What are the pros and cons of this type of dog?

*We want to provide a positive experience for all who are interested in our puppies.  If you have any questions, please let us know.  If a breeder requires the ENTIRE payment before you pick out your puppy or before seeing the litter, do NOT pay.

About the breed
“A dog is the only thing on earth that will love you more than he loves himself."
Golden Retrievers were first bred in Scotland and were used as hunting dogs because of the ease in training them and their natural instinct to retrieve.  The use of the breed has expanded across the globe from hunting dogs to show dogs, guide dogs, search and rescue animals, etc.  Retrievers are extremely adaptable and trainable, and the breed offers a number of different colors, from near-white to deep red or even black.  Golden retrievers love to play but are also very obedient when trained.  They learn tricks very quickly and make wonderful companions for families with children or the elderly.
Golden Doodles were first bred in the late 1990s.  Originally, these were bred as guide/service dogs for people with allergies.  Doodles are often referred to as "designer dogs" because the 2 pure-bred parents were bred in order to achieve the more desirable characteristics of curly hair, light-shedding coat, and hypoallergenic fur.

Know the difference in types of goldendoodles as you are looking.
*F1 goldendoodle: a cross between a purebred golden retriever and a purebred poodle
*F1b goldendoodle: a cross between a purebred golden retriever and an F1 doodle OR a cross between a purebred poodle and an F1 doodle
 *F2 goldendoodle: a cross between an F1 goldendoodle and an F1 goldendoodle