Aussie Doodles, We’re licensed breeder specialized in producing Toy AussieDoodles and Mini Aussie Doodle puppies since 2014.
How big does an Aussiedoodle get?
That said, as a mix between Poodle and Australian Shepherd parents, you can expect Aussiepoodles to range in size from a small-to-medium size. Also, Most weigh in at 25 to 70 pounds and range in height from 10 to 15 inches at the shoulder. That said, many can be smaller or larger.
Do Aussiedoodle shed? Aussie Doodles
Also, Aussiedoodles are typically very low-shedding dogs who greatly benefit from the Poodle in their genetic makeup. They often come with a single coat, or with a low-shedding undercoat that sheds considerably less than those of the Australian Shepherd parent.
Are Aussiedoodles hypoallergenic?
Is the Aussiedoodles hypoallergenic? Yes! Aussiedoodles are low-shedding, low dander, hypoallergenic dogs. If you are particularly sensitive to dog allergies, be sure to choose an Aussiedoodle that has a wavy or curly coat, and brush your dog every 3-4 days to remove loose fur.
Why you should not get an Aussiedoodle?
Also, If you are not interested in becoming a dog trainer, this is not the breed for you. Aussiedoodles will develop very naughty habits quickly without training. However, if you are very hands-on with your dogs and love to train, this is the breed for you! Aussiedoodle thrive with constant engagement and stimulation.
Can Aussiedoodles be be alone?
From their birth, the breeders make sure they are not be alone until they are able to find a good house for the pups. Aussiedoodles do not like it when they are alone. That is why it is not such a great idea to leave Aussiedoodles alone in the house.
What problems do Aussiedoodles have?
Aussiedoodles may develop health conditions common to both Australian Shepherds and Poodles, especially if you aren’t cautious about whom you buy from. Also, They include hip dysplasia, cataracts, progressive retinal atrophy, epilepsy, autoimmune thyroiditis and a skin disease called sebaceous adenitis.