Raised in home
Individual crate training started at 5 weeks
Delivery available for 65 cents a mile
2 year health guarantee
Shots and worming will be up to date
Puppies have naturally bobbed tails or they are docked to poodle standard length.
Dew claws are removed
Both parents are DNA Embark or Wisdom Panel health tested
Both parents are 50+ pounds
Deposit required to hold puppy until ready to go home.
Deposits are $300 which is credited towards you final purchase price.
The Aussiedoodle is a cross between an Australian Shepherd and a Standard Poodle, Both of the breeds used to create Aussiedoodles are considered to be canine Einstein's He is intelligent, friendly and affectionate. A Standard Aussiedoodle’s weight can range from 40 to 70 pounds.
He is a whip-smart crossbreed, a bundle of energetic fun, devoted companionship, and has glamorous good looks.
An Aussiedoodle's intelligence, loyal heart, and eagerness to please makes them a wonderful canine companion for families with children. Playful and outgoing, these genius pet pals need consistent positive reinforcement training and boundaries to ensure a happy, productive, and safe environment and a chance for them to live up to their potential.
There's actually some science to help explain the good looks of an Aussiedoodle. For example, the Veterinary Genetics Laboratory at UC Davis notes that some genes might prompt more fur curl, while other genes determine a bushy muzzle, fuzzy eyebrows, and the dominance of merle dappling.
So an Aussiedoodle dog might have more of a soft–but–scruffy tricolor coat with varying shades of white, beige, tan, blue, gray, red, brown, chocolate, and black. Or she may have tight, fluffy curls with more solid versions of those colors. Red merle and blue merle Aussiedoodles are usually the product of a white- or cream-colored poodle parent and a merle Australian shepherd parent because the merle gene is dominant.
Merle or piebald genes also play a part in the variance of eye color in Aussiedoodles. Their expressive round eyes are truly striking: They might be bright blue, soft green, light amber, or deep brown. Some dogs even have heterochromia, a condition that produces two eyes of different colors.
Although both Australian shepherds and poodles have long, narrow snouts, Aussiedoodles usually have round heads, short muzzles with occasional mustaches, and big, boopable noses. The best part is, their ears are always wooly and floppy!
Bio Sensor technique where developed over a course of many years and many blind test studies. Our military still uses this system called “Biosensor” also known as the “Super Dog” Program. It is based on three phases of training. The first being the early neurological stimulation, socialization being the second phase, and lastly the enrichment phase.
Five benefits have been observed in canines that were exposed to the Bio Sensor stimulation exercises. The benefits noted were:
Temperament often differs depending on the genetic contribution of the parent. They are usually intelligent, loving and game-prone breeds. They may inherit the traits and habits of both their Standard Poodle and Australian shepherd parents. Aussiepoo puppies are most affectionate and loyal breeds and require a positive connection with its human family.
Here's another crossbreed science lesson: According to the Continental Kennel Club, mating a seasonal-shedding dog with a sleek coat like a purebred Australian shepherd with a low–shedding, curly-haired poodle maintains a 50/50 cross, creating an F1 Aussiedoodle dog. If you have an F1b Aussiedoodle, this means you have offspring from one of the purebred parents and a F1 dog.
Depending on what type of F1 or F1b fur consistency your Aussiedoodle inherited, you might only have to groom her or him once a week or so with a slicker brush to remove loose hair, but probably twice a week during spring and fall because of the floof. If your dog's fur has more of a poodle vibe, professional grooming is probably a better option to keep her looking spiffy. Plan for Aussiedoodle haircuts every couple months.
Many people have been learning to groom at home partly due to covid and partly do to cost of grooming a standard size dog being $100 or more. My biggest suggestion is buy the right tools for the job if you decide to groom your Aussiedoodle yourself., I highly recommend Andis ACG2 Clippers for the cost of one or two grooming's you can have all the proper supplies needed to groom your Aussiepoo.. There are video's on YouTube to help with techniques in clipping your puppy. Rest assured the hair will grow back if you give Fido a sloppy cut you can try again in a few weeks.
Hybrid dogs like Aussiedoodles, Labradoodles and Goldendoodles rarely have papers. Normally, only the purebred dogs get papers and are registered in the American Kennel Club