POODLE + PUREBRED = F1 1/2 POODLE
POODLE + F1 = F1B - 3/4 POODLE
POODLE + F1B = F1BB - 90% POODLE
F1 + F1 = F2
POODLE + F2 = F2B
F2 + F2 = F3
F3 - HIGHER = MULTIGENERATION
The Aussiedoodle is a relatively new designer dog breed that has risen extremely fast in popularity. In fact, it is more popular in the United States than in Australia.
The Aussiedoodle is a medium sized,
extremely fluffy and almost indecently cute breed of designer dog created by crossing an Australian Shepherd and a Standard Poodle. Like most designer dogs created from a crossing of two purebreds, the Aussiedoodle’s physical characteristics can sometime vary. But overall, they are a medium sized dog with a slim yet strong body. Their coats can vary in color and is straight, wavey or curly.
Aussiedoodles, like both their parents, are extremely intelligent and trainable. They are also eager to please and love having a job to do. Be it playing catch or competing in agility.
The level of grooming that an Aussiedoodle requires will vary depending on how curly its coat is. Dogs that have a wavier coat often only require combing once or twice a week, whereas dogs with a curlier coat need to be groomed more often.
Like Poodles and Australian Shepherds, Aussiedoodles are extremely intelligent, if not more so. This makes training them a pleasure as they are eager to please and quick to pick up on things. They do best when trained using reward based training methods and tend not to respond well to harsh training techniques. Owners should have a loving but firm hand and should provide Aussiedoodles with consistent leadership.
The average weight of a hybrid breed is usually estimated as the average weight of its two parents. Aussiedoodles can weigh anywhere between 25 to 70 pounds.
Common Health Problems
Like most purebred crosses, Aussiedoodles are an extremely healthy breed of dog and do not suffer from any known hereditary ailments.
An Aussiedoodle that is well cared for will often enjoy a lifespan of up to 12 years.
Fun-loving and playful, the Goldendoodle is an active and energetic athlete. He loves to run around, play fetch and swim. With a little work, this intelligent guy will learn to catch a Frisbee or jump through a hoop. Highly trainable, Goldendoodles are great for first-time pet owners. This crossbreed loves everybody, especially kids. He’ll keep the kids busy and active for hours and even try to get guests involved in a game of chase. Goldendoodles will warn their families when someone approaches.
After a hard day of play, the Goldendoodle will gladly relax on the sofa and chill with the family.
Highly intelligent, the Goldendoodle is easy to train, even for a first time pet owner. Fun-loving and playful, the Goldendoodle is an active and energetic athlete.Positive training techniques work much better than harsh words or physical methods. Training sessions should last for around 20 minutes. Rewarding the dog with delectable treats and excited praise will help make for a successful training session.
Goldendoodles take well to obedience training and because they are so bright and eager to please, they also do well in agility. Agility courses are a great place for the Goldendoodle to burn up his energy as well as reinforce the bond he has with his owner. He’ll also have time to socialize with other athletic dogs running the courses.
Because it is a crossbreed, the Goldendoodle can have a variety of coats. Mixing breeds means that the puppy can have coats that resemble either parent’s breeds. The coats can be wavy or curly and they may or may not be hypoallergenic and non-shedding. Coat colors can be apricot, red, gold, black, silver, blue, chocolate, fawn, white or parti-colored.
Goldendoodles require a fair amount of grooming. They must be brushed everyday or their coats will become matted. This crossbreed must be professionally groomed at least every other month. The groomer will trim and clip his coat as well as give him a good bath.
There is some controversy as to where the Goldendoodle originated. Those in England assert that the Goldendoodle originated there however; breeders in the United States swear that the first Goldendoodle was bred in America. This hybrid was created to be a hypoallergenic , low shedding dog and the perfect family pet.
Goldendoodles are pleasant dogs that are welcoming and accepting of strangers. He thinks that everybody should be his friend and take the time to play ball or go for a swim with him. Outgoing and playful, this hybrid dog is an exceptional companion for adults and children alike. Goldendoodles enjoy playing fetch, chase, tug of war, jogging and swimming however; they are also happy to lounge on the couch and watch TV with his family.
Goldendoodles come in a variety of sizes. The Standard Goldendoodle should weigh between 50 and 90 pounds and stand 20 to 29 inches tall at the withers. Mini Goldendoodles tip the scales between 25 and 50 pounds and are from 13 to 21 inches high at the shoulder. The Tiny Goldendoodle weighs between 10 and 30 pounds and is from 10 to 15 inches tall at the withers.
The average Goldendoodle lives between 10 and 13 years.
Black Aussiedoodles are more than just a pretty face! They have been proven to be extremely intelligent and to have very loyal and loving personalities. They seem to be very easy going in nature and are great cuddlers. They catch on quickly to commands and are eager to please their masters. We have families that touch base with us very often to update us on their Black Aussiedoodles and they rave about them!