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Aussiedoodle

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Weight
25-70 lbs
Height
14-23 inches
Color(s)
Blue merle, red, tan and white, black.
Overview
The Aussiedoodle is a cross of two breeds: Poodle and Australian Shepherd. They are often referred to as "designer dogs" and have become popular companions and in some instances are capable of herding.
Character
The Aussiedoodle possess a somewhat rectangular build, is versatile, and displays a proud stance. They are muscular, lithe, and agile. Due to their mixed lineage their appearance can vary.
Temperament
Even-tempered, loveable, and sweet, the Aussiedoodle has a pleasing personality. They typically do well with dogs and other household pets. They generally exhibit patience with children. Aussiedoodle's are friendly to everyone and do not make good guard or watch dogs.
Care
Depending on coat type, the Aussiedoodle may require occassional brushing or professional clipping. It is important to regularly check and clean the ears. They may be prone to such health issues as PRA and hip, elbow, or patella dysplasia. Aussiedoodle's also have severe reactions to Ivermectin, a medication commonly used for heartworm.
Coat
The coat of the Aussiedoodle may be curly, wavy, or straight and varies in length. There may or may not be an under coat.
Training
The Aussiedoodle is intelligent and eager to learn. They succeed in obedience and require early socialization. The Aussiedoodle will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with reward, firmness, fairness, patience, and consistency.
Activity
The Aussiedoodle is very athletic and requires a high degree of physical exercise and mental stimulation to prevent boredom. They will do well in an apartment provided that their needs are sufficiently met. Aussiedoodle's do best with a securely fenced yard where they have ample room to run.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Aussiedoodle puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Location: Mattoon-charleston, Illinois
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callmecris asked:

5/6/2013 5:51:41 AM

5/6/2013 5:51:41 AM

If father is Aussiedoodle & mother is Australian shepherd, what will litter be called? Mother is short haired one blue/ one brown eye

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Anonymous

Your dog will technically be called, a mutt. But if people ask, then your pup is an Australian Shepherd, Poodle cross. As he will have very little Poodle in him compared to Australian Shepherd.
7/9/2014 12:56:44 PM

Anonymous

In order for it to be an aussiedoodle f1 it would be Australian shepherd to poodle, an f1b would be that pup crossed back to poodle and so on f2, f2b,and muligen
2/9/2015 9:00:05 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/27/2012 3:15:30 PM

12/27/2012 3:15:30 PM

how tall do aussiedoole get

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Anonymous

Aussiedoole's - Shoulder height of 10(toy)(15-20 is miniature)-25(standard) in and weighs 15(toy)-65(standard) lbs
7/2/2013 9:54:07 AM

Anonymous asked:

12/11/2012 3:48:25 AM

12/11/2012 3:48:25 AM

do Aussiedoodlies make good sevice dogs?

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Anonymous

Any dog breed can be trained to be a service dog. Aussies are super trainable and poodle are very trainable dogs too. I couldn't imagine living without an aussie but they sure don't fit everyone. I have heard good things about poodles. I would think they would be very good service dogs but you will have to decide for yourself. You could likely find a well trained one but it's more if the the two breeds would fit you. When considering, you should reserch both breeds seperate and Aussiedoodles itself too. HOPE THIS HELPS!
1/27/2013 8:42:03 PM

Anonymous

Definitely! Both the poodle and the Australian Shepherd are very intelligent, and can be trained to do most any job, such as; seeing eye dogs, agility dogs, reading buddies for children, and much, much more.
7/4/2013 12:43:26 PM

andiold asked:

11/19/2012 10:11:45 PM

11/19/2012 10:11:45 PM

are aussiedoodles hypoallerginic?

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Anonymous

Because Aussie-doodles are half poodle, they are hypoallergenic. That makes them great for allergy sufferers
7/4/2013 12:30:07 PM

Anonymous

Many Aussiedoodles are hypoallergenic, however, that is not a guarantee. Because you have one breed that sheds (the Aussie) and one that doesn't (the Poodle) there still is a very small chance to get some shedding. However, if they do shed, it usually is minimal. Most allergy sufferers are actually reacting to pet dander, rather than hair, so if you keep your Aussiedoodle brushed and clean, give baths, etc. that usually helps tremendously. Aussiedoodles are a breed that needs regular grooming to keep them mat free anyway, so potential Aussiedoodle owners should plan to groom their pup. This also provides good bonding time and gives you a chance to look for any skin or coat issues your pup may have.
1/20/2014 5:00:19 PM

Anonymous

As an Aussiedoodle breeder, I get very frustrated by the lack of knowlege by others that reply on here. NO they are absolutely not "hypoallergenic", regardless of generation. They tend to be low-shedding, which makes them great for MILD allergy sufferers. However, for someone with severe allergies, they are not an appropriate breed. Some of us would rather our puppies go to forever homes rather than making a buck claiming them to be hypoallergenic, which is a term used loosely anyways. In fact, that is a good question for any potential breeder. If they claim to have a hypoallergenic puppy and do not explain the terminology and risks of reaction, look for another breeder as that is a very bad sign.
8/15/2014 4:41:28 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/22/2012 9:07:13 AM

9/22/2012 9:07:13 AM

How much do Aussiedoodles nip and bite?

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Anonymous

I think it depends how soon you train them. My Aussiedoodle is now 5mos. He is still teething so there is still biting like with any puppy. As far as him nipping at me to herd me, it's no existent, for me anyways. He has completed puppy class
11/6/2012 3:13:29 PM

Anonymous

Puppies don't know it's bad to nip at you and are teething. If they do this tell them "No Teeth" in a stern voice. Some Aussies will nip at your heels because they're owner excepts it. There is no reason Aussies can't be easily trained not to do this. Not all aussies even do this in the first place. Poodles, I don't believe they have the tendency to do this. hope this helps!
1/27/2013 8:52:55 PM

Anonymous

Aussiedoodles should not nip. But since Australian Shepherds are herding dogs, they may nip on occasion while "herding" you.
11/24/2013 4:51:36 PM

Anonymous

Dogs nip because they do not know it is bad. It your pup nips/bites you, do a loud and high-pitched whimper. Stand up and turn your back to the dog, and wait about 10 seconds to play again. This mimics what your dog would do with its littermates. -vet2b
12/16/2014 1:06:53 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/30/2012 12:13:53 PM

7/30/2012 12:13:53 PM

Does your Aussiedoodle watch TV and attack it when there are dogs, other animals, fast running,... Does your Aussiedoodle watch TV and attack it when there are dogs, other animals, fast running, moving mops, etc.??

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Anonymous

My 10 week old Aussiedoodle does all of that and loves to play with the iPad.
8/2/2012 12:21:27 AM

Anonymous

Our aussie does watch TV sometimes but she is very under control and hasn't ever done this. It's not a breed trait or anything and aussiedoodles aren't going to be anymore likely to do this then any other dog. If he/she does this, the behavour should be stopped immedietly. Any dog can be trained not to do this even if she has desplayed this behavour for a while.
1/27/2013 9:01:40 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/13/2012 8:23:33 AM

7/13/2012 8:23:33 AM

How do you teach a non-aggressive aussiedoodle to speak?

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Anonymous asked:

6/10/2012 9:20:46 PM

6/10/2012 9:20:46 PM

We're thinking about a mini aussiedoodle. Mom is a mini aussie about 13in & 17lbs and dad is... We're thinking about a mini aussiedoodle. Mom is a mini aussie about 13in & 17lbs and dad is poodle about 6lbs. About how big do you think the puppies will be?

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Anonymous

It's very hard to say. It most likely won't exceed 17 pounds but probably a little smaller be best guess.
1/27/2013 10:04:33 PM

Anonymous

Maybe about 10 pounds. ???
7/4/2013 12:51:07 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/9/2012 11:33:09 PM

6/9/2012 11:33:09 PM

Are Aussiedoodles good family dogs?

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Anonymous

Aussiedoodles are but require a bit of training to avoid the nipping/herding tendencies. My aussiedoodle is about a year old and has made a couple kids cry that were running in the backyard and she nips at their ankles/elbows to get them 'back to the herd' where the adults were congregating.
6/26/2012 8:28:59 AM

Anonymous

Aussies and Poodles are both great family dogs but you need to do reserch to be sure Aussiedoodles are the right "family dog."
1/27/2013 10:10:00 PM

Anonymous

Aussiedoodles are very good family dogs because both the Aussie and the Poodle are great with families.
7/4/2013 12:52:49 PM

Anonymous

My aussiedoodle is great with my family. She is also a great watchdog. We also have a doberman, but the aussiedoodle is the first to growl and bark if she thinks someone is trying to get in the house. She is friendly with most of the people we have over and cautious/watchful with others.
1/13/2015 7:33:32 AM

Anonymous asked:

5/31/2012 1:57:57 PM

5/31/2012 1:57:57 PM

wondering if Aussiedoodles swim?? we live on a shallow lake for several months, and with our... wondering if Aussiedoodles swim?? we live on a shallow lake for several months, and with our grandchildren going in the lake quite often, we were wondering about this issue. thanks in advance.

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Anonymous

My aussiedoodle loves to swim! Just took her camping over father's day weekend and she followed my 5 yo daughter into the lake and started swimming right away. I took her canoeing with me this past weekend and she was a model citizen, staying in the boat till we banked and then she loved to get out and swim and run in the stream/river.
6/26/2012 8:27:42 AM

Anonymous

My Aussiedoodle puppy jumped right into the lake in spring it was too cold for me but he loved it.
6/26/2012 2:29:37 PM

Anonymous

Aussiedoodles like many breeds or hybrids can swim. I know both Australian Shepherds and Poodles usuly love to swim. If you are set on having a dog that will have fun playing in the lake with your grandchildren, then be sure to interduce your puppy to water at an early age and make it positive and fun. If you are just worried about safety issues with your puppy, it should be fine. Dogs have an instinct to swim. There are a couple of breeds such as the Boston Terrier, that are so top heavey they will sink but it is not an issue for Aussiedoodles. HOPE THIS HELPS!
1/27/2013 10:27:49 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/19/2012 1:51:38 PM

5/19/2012 1:51:38 PM

at what age can you bath your aussie doodle? my wonderful litle boy is four months.

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Anonymous

I gave my aussiedoodle a bath when she was 12 weeks. And she was fine and had a blast in the water. Just don't fill the bucket to high.
7/13/2012 12:49:43 PM

Anonymous

You can bathe a puppy at 8 weeks old. I would recommend starting now because Aussiedoodles need to be comfortable being groomed because their going to need a lot of it... so it's best to start sooner then later. You don't want to over do it either because washing can remove some of the oils in their coats that keep them from smelling and also keeps them soft and shinny but if you use a mild puppy shampoo and conditioner every 6-8 weeks that is totally fine. There's tons of tutorials online about how to groom your Doodle. You can do a search for "grooming your Labradoodle" on Google/Youtube because basically it's the same concept. You also have to pluck out the hair from inside their ears to avoid ear infections. You can do this with your fingers and some ear powder. Owning an Aussiedoodle requires that you learn all of this stuff because believe me when their adult coat comes in your going to need to know how. :) Good Luck and enjoy your Aussiedoodle! They are amazing dogs!
2/28/2014 7:44:36 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/6/2012 11:50:47 AM

2/6/2012 11:50:47 AM

Our 1 year old F1 Aussie Doodle is showing bad hehavior I hope not aggression by barking and... Our 1 year old F1 Aussie Doodle is showing bad hehavior I hope not aggression by barking and jumping aggressively when we leave or come back in to the house from either being out or even from the garage.

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Anonymous

I would guess it is the dog not the breed. It sounds like seperation anxiety. Not an easy thing to fix but with training and even mild tranquillizers for long durations it can be overcome. It is a fairly common issue.
7/30/2012 3:41:08 AM

Anonymous

Our Golden Doodle goes crazy with excitement when we come home even if I just run to the corner store for 10 minutes. She greets us like we have been away for days. When she was younger she would even pee a little. My guess is that he or she is just a big talker and you have someone who is glad to see your back. The Aussie in them could also be the reason for the barking. The jumping is the Poodle in them, I swear sometimes ours could walk on two legs for the rest of her life .
12/5/2012 9:02:50 AM

Anonymous

It doens't sound like aggression at all. Our Australian Shepherd gets excited to see us even if we are gone for short times. Like the other person said, he/she is probably just a talker. Our Aussie sure likes to communicate to us by vocalizing. With the jumping thing, is probably just the puppy coming out of your dog. Our Aussie did the same thing only without the barking when she was younger. Now that she's older and we've worked on the jumping thing, she's a lot better. She still jumps on us but it's deffently controlled jumping. It could be seperation anxiety like the other person said but I personlly think your dog's puppieness is just coming out and should be trained not to jump. I would reccemend getting a trainer to tell you exactly what the problem is and can help you fix it. Hope this helps:)
1/27/2013 10:48:48 PM

Anonymous

My advice is nip this behavior in the bud now. The jumping up is a Poodle/Doodle thing 100% but the aggressive jumping is not... that is more a behavioral issue and needs to be stopped asap. When they jump up on you just put your kneee up and say "Off" not "Down" because that is a different command for laying down. Say off, put your knee up grab their collar and hold them in a standing position until they calm down say "Good Off" and praise them. When you are waiting for them to calm down do not talk to them, give them eye contact or yell at them. Just be silent or you will be rewarding the behavior with your attention. Once they have calmed down and are no longer acting up that is when you lavish them with praise but you absolutly need to make sure they know you mean business. This can be dangerous behavior if there was a young child in the room or an elderly person so the sooner you can train them not to jump up on you and bark the better. The barking is the same concept.
2/28/2014 7:53:17 AM

Anonymous asked:

12/29/2011 4:10:00 PM

12/29/2011 4:10:00 PM

We are having a terrible time trying to train our aussiedoodle, we got her at two months,... We are having a terrible time trying to train our aussiedoodle, we got her at two months, started training right away, she does not come, she will not stop jumping up, she will not stop biting...really too challenging...any clues.. she is 7 months old now.

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Anonymous

Is your aussiedoodle deaf?
1/13/2012 6:20:59 AM

Anonymous

If you are having problems you should really enroll in some obedience classes
11/6/2012 3:15:43 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/15/2011 9:23:23 PM

8/15/2011 9:23:23 PM

Do Aussiedoodle's shed?

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Anonymous

It's an Aussie Poodle mix..Poodles do not shed, Aussies shed a lot, mix them together you could get anything from heavy shedding to non shedding to anything inbetween.
12/18/2011 3:56:45 PM

Anonymous

Aussiedoodle's most likely will not shed because they are 1/2 poodle. But since they are also half Australian Shepherd, they might shed a little.
7/31/2013 4:45:44 PM

Anonymous

Aussiedoodles are hypoallergenic; they are excellent for allergy sufferers. They may shed a little bit when brushed but probably not otherwise. If they Aussie is a poodle and Australian shepherd (f1, first generation) it is hypoallergenic. If it is an Aussiedoodle and Aussiedoodle (f2, second generation) it is not hypoallergenic. -vet2b
12/16/2014 1:12:56 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/21/2011 4:17:01 PM

7/21/2011 4:17:01 PM

Are Aussiedoodles prone to any congenital stomach or esophagus problems? Mine is 10 mos and... Are Aussiedoodles prone to any congenital stomach or esophagus problems? Mine is 10 mos and having reflux, vomiting issues, and doesn't want to eat or drink

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Anonymous

check for parvo
10/28/2011 1:50:37 PM

Anonymous

I believe our Aussiedoodle that we received at 8-1/2 months had and has a genetic stomach IBD problem from the beginning. We're paying a fortune to vets and probably will have an endoscopy done by a specialist and yes they do have problems!!
7/30/2012 12:11:26 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/11/2011 12:40:44 PM

6/11/2011 12:40:44 PM

Is it common for them (aussiedoodles) to be scared of loud noises like thunder?

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Anonymous

Not all aussiedoodles are scared of thunder. It depends from dog to dog, and different dogs of different breeds could be afraid too.
7/17/2011 10:49:42 AM

Anonymous

Really it's not the breed, it's more the dog itself. Dogs need to be socalized to load noises, strange things, different people, dogs, other animals such as cats, etc. Socalizing should be made fun and positive. Socalization will minamize fearfulness and aggression. For example: If you teach your dog that there is nothing bad about load noises and maybe even that it's a good thing, he/she won't be afraid of thunder. HOPE THIS HELPS!
1/27/2013 10:57:40 PM

Anonymous

It is just the dog itself, not the breed. If your dog has a panic attack when it hears thunder, you may want to purchase a thundershirt. -vet2b
12/16/2014 1:08:49 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/16/2010 10:00:07 AM

12/16/2010 10:00:07 AM

How much do Goldendoodles shed ? Hypo allergenic ?

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Anonymous

There is no such thing as a hypo allergenic dog, its not the hair, its the dander from there skin that causes allergy sufferes problems. I am a pet groomer and the "doodle" breeds coats vary on if they shed or not. You wont know until they are almost a year on what kind of coat they will have. Brush and bathe often to avoid matting and dander build up. ALWAYS DEMATT YOUR DOODLE BEFORE BATHING!!!
12/24/2010 1:24:44 PM

Anonymous

Hypoallergenic simply means "Having a decreased tendency to provoke an allergic reaction." Some dogs are definitely less likely to cause allergic reactions in people, but the breeds depend greatly on your own specific allergies. It really depends on what you are allergic to. Are you allergic to the dander, saliva, or both? Once you find that out it will make your search much easier.
1/5/2011 2:37:48 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/10/2010 11:59:37 AM

12/10/2010 11:59:37 AM

About how big do Aussiedoodles get?

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Anonymous

Between 45 and 70 pounds. There is a mini-aussiedoodle breed that peaks at around 40 pounds.
12/14/2010 6:48:07 PM

Anonymous

Our Aussiedoodle (male) is 10 months old now and weighs about 60 pounds!!!
4/3/2011 4:31:42 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/4/2010 1:48:58 AM

11/4/2010 1:48:58 AM

Do aussiedoodles have a reputation for barking? For example, when they think they hear something... Do aussiedoodles have a reputation for barking? For example, when they think they hear something outside or someone comes to the door?

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Anonymous

most dog breeds bark when someone comes to the door, while all dogs are individuals most are protective of their home front and will bark at what could possibly be an intrusion. But to more fully answer your question, australian shepherds are herding dogs which, among other things, means that love to bark and run. They are literally bred to run and bark all day at sheep, so they need a lot of exercise. On a high note though, poodles and australian shepherd are very intelligent.
11/17/2010 2:26:02 PM

Anonymous

I've found that it varies greatly from dog to dog, and parent's disposition comes into it largely. With my doodles, I had two litters at the same time this summer. One mom was more of a high energy, watchdog type and the other was super laid back, and you rarely hear her bark. Even though their puppies looked as if they could all be littermates, the quiet dog's puppies were much more quiet overall.
1/11/2011 12:10:19 PM

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