Mini Aussiedoodles Food/Diet
Mini Aussiedoodles is a highly active dog but still has a strong risk of becoming heavy. As a result, food should be a high-quality kibble that is geared towards his age, size, and activity level and be dished up 2-3 times during the day versus left for him to free feed. Joint issues can become an issue later in life so quality food with glucosamine is a good choice.
If you are in any way concerned about establishing or altering the diet of your Minature Aussidoodle, then it is always wise to consult with a veterinarian first. While pet food manufacturers and pet blogs provide useful feeding guidelines, they are still only guidelines and should never be treated as gospel. All dogs are different after all, each with their own needs. Only your vet is qualified to determine the specific dietary needs of your personal pooch. So, always depend on their expertise before deciding what to pour into your pup’s bowl.
Mini Aussiedoodles Training
The Miniature Aussidoodle is considered an extremely bright dog that is eager to please and listens to commands so training is fairly easy. As with any breed, a positive, rewards-based approach to training will help your dog’s winning personality shine. Training that is overly negative is closer to abuse than actual training and is avoid at all costs. It will never get the results you crave, in addition to being cruel to your dog. Early socialization and obedience training is recommend. It’s important not to let those early and impressionable puppy days go to waste while training. Correcting problematic behavior in an adult dog is so much more difficult than setting standards early on. So take your training responsibilities seriously with your puppy and the reward will be a long, happy, and healthy relationship with your pooch.
Aussie Doodle Weight
Your Miniature Aussiedoodle will weigh between 15 and 35 pounds. This generally puts them right into the medium dog category. Of course, the size of a Miniature Aussiedoodle will vary from litter to litter. Breeders often can offer guarantees on how the litter will turn out looking. This is the case with most designer dog breeds: size, weight, color, and general looks are unpredictable.
The Miniature Aussiedoodle is a confident, friendly, and loving dog that makes a great family pet. In spite of an active nature that craves playtime and walks, this little guy loves to cuddle and just hang out with his family at the end of a busy day. He’s friendly with strangers, so perhaps this is not the best choice for a watchdog. The Miniature Aussiedoodle also doesn’t do well when left alone for long periods. A home with a stay-at-home family member would be ideal. This is not a dog to leave alone in an apartment. He needs constant love and companionship to live a satisfying life.