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Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
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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.

Does your Aussiedoodle bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
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.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
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. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Aussiedoodle puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
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. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
25-70 lbs
Height
14-23 inches
Color(s)
Blue merle, red, tan and white, black.
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All of the puppies on the Doodle farm are bred for health, beauty and most of all, a calm, loving, gentle disposition. We prepare each puppy to be a service, therapy dog or loving family member. A tremendous amount of time and love is dedicated to socializing, and holding each baby everyday calmly on their backs in our arms, actually an average of 30 hours is spent with each puppy from the time they are born to the time they go to their new home . The whole family shares in the joy of raising your puppy. All of our dogs enjoy a posh life on our fabulous farm playing. They have plenty of socialization skills even at at very young age. And lots of time to exercise and run.

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callmecris asked:
If the father is an Aussiedoodle and the mother is an 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.

Anonymous

In order for it to be an Aussiedoodle F1, it would be Australian Shepherd to poodle, an F1B would mean that pup crossed back to poodle and so on.

Anonymous asked:
How tall do Aussiedoole's 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

Anonymous asked:
Do Aussiedoodlies make good service 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 about if the two breeds would fit you. When considering, you should research both breeds separately and Aussiedoodles itself too.

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.

andiold asked:
Are Aussiedoodles Hypoallerginic?

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Anonymous

Because Aussie-doodles are half poodle, they are hypoallergenic. That makes them great for allergy sufferers

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.

Anonymous

As an Aussiedoodle breeder, I get very frustrated by the lack of knowledge by others that reply on here. 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.

Anonymous asked:
How much do Aussiedoodles nip and bite?

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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.

Anonymous

Aussiedoodles should not nip. But since Australian Shepherds are herding dogs, they may nip on occasion while "herding" you.

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

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Updated: 8/1/2015