What is a blue merle aussiedoodle
Typically, to get a blue merle Aussiedoodle, a Poodle is bred with a blue merle Australian Shepherd. The best way to achieve this look is to pair a Poodle that is like in color like cream or white with a blue merle Australian Shepherd. You might even be successful with an apricot or light grey Poodle as well.
This blue merle coloring from an Aussiedoodle is always a dominant trait. When you breed with a blue merle Australian Shepherd, you will most likely see this color pattern pull through as the dominant color in puppies. Since this trait is dominant, it will typically surpass the Poodle color.
Poodles have a reputation for being hypoallergenic, meaning that they can be tolerated by people who have allergies to dogs. Because they have the Poodle in their heritage, Aussiedoodles are sometimes promoted as being hypoallergenic. But allergies are caused not by a particular dog coat type but by dander, the dead skin cells that are shed by all dogs. There is no scientific evidence that any breed or crossbreed is more or less allergenic than any other dog. Some people with mild allergies react less severely to particular dogs, but no reputable breeder will guarantee that her dogs are hypoallergenic.
In brief, Aussiedoodles can have different types of fur. Some have the long, straight hair of the Australian Shepherd, others resemble a Poodle with loose curls and some fall somewhere in the middle. They are not low-maintenance dogs when it comes to grooming.
Also Depending on his coat type, plan to brush the Aussiedoodle at least every other day. If he has a curly coat, you may need to have him clipped every 8 to 12 weeks.
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Blue merle aussiedoodle full grown
As the Aussiedoodle is a relatively new breed–and there are size variations ranging from toy to standard for the Poodle–there are few standards when it comes to size. 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.
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.
Aussiedoodle Growth Chart
1 Month 3 Lbs 5 Lbs 10 Lbs 2 Months 5 Lbs 10 Lbs 15 Lbs 3 Months 7 Lbs 15 Lbs 20 Lbs 4 Months 9 Lbs 18 Lbs 26 Lbs 5 Months 10.5 Lbs 20 Lbs 32 Lbs 6 Months 12 Lbs 22 Lbs 36 Lbs 7 Months 13.5 Lbs 24 Lbs 40lbs