J and L Pups
Contact Information:
Jonathan Alger 
(828) 342-1602
Goldendoodles and Golden Retrievers
 Indianapolis, Indiana
Available Puppies

F1 Mini Goldendoodles born on June 28th
1 male and 1 female still available
Puppies can go to their FURever homes on August 23rd
Puppies are $2000.

*We are located in Central Indiana, just north of Indianapolis.
*Our golden doodles are not for breeding, and we require a signed spay/neuter contract from all buyers.

If you would like to reserve a puppy, fill out an application under "Application Process" and email it to jasoccertraining@live.com.

Puppies are 3 weeks old
(July 19th)
Eyes are starting to open and puppies are able to stand on all fours.  They are starting to play and bark as well!

purple and blue collar
Female, has blonde/tan waves on her neck
and white chest; she is one of the smallest puppies

no collar
Male, bottom of paws are white; starting to get very curly with some blonde/tan mixed in with his red coat
blue, sparkly collar 
Male, currently appears smaller than
the other males; he is probably the smallest of the male puppies

red and white collar
Male, no distinguishable markings

​green collar with polka dots
Male, small white spot on chest

​red and white collar
Male, white chest with small white spot
on forehead



All puppies, at 8 weeks, will have 3 rounds of deworming and their 1st shot.  It is up to the buyer to take their puppy to a vet for additional needs.

Kenneling services are not available after pickup.  However, for those needing an extended pickup date, we charge a small kenneling fee.


Health Warranty

We do not offer training at this time but are happy to provide you with tips for your puppy's success in your home.
We DO offer a health warranty.  Check out the document under the "Application Process" tab.

It is very important that a potential buyer does research first on the breed they are interested in.  Make sure that this type of dog would fit your family, house size, and lifestyle.  For example, if you are away from home often or travel or have a small apartment with little access to yard-space or parks to exercise your dog, a large dog breed might not be the best option for you.  If you are looking for a dog as a family companion, a dog who is friendly and good with children and other animals, or a potential guide or service dog, you have come to the right place!​