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Aussiedoodle Breed Information

Crossbred between an Australian Shepherd and a Poodle, this dog inherits the best of both worlds. They are playful and incredibly smart! And have quite a bit of energy! They are great for the family, especially children. They will know how to wear your kids down. This crossbreed goes by several other names too: Aussiepoo or Aussiepoodle. They can weigh anywhere between 25 to 70 lbs and live between 10 and 13 years of age.



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Breed Fast Facts

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Weight

25 - 70 lbs

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Size

Medium

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Energy

High

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Shedding

Moderate

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Trainability

Very

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Life span

10 to 13 years

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How Big Are Aussiedoodles?

Aussiedoodles come in three sizes: Toy, Miniature, and Standard. Their size depends on the Poodle parent, which also comes in the same three size varieties.

  • Toy Aussiedoodles weigh less than 25lb.
  • Mini Aussiedoodles weigh 25-35lb
  • Standard Aussiedoodles weigh 50-70lb.

This information is for F1 Aussiedoodles; it’s important to note that Aussiedoodle sizes can vary significantly, particularly in the F1 generation. In F2 and Multigen Aussiedoodles, the sizes can be more consistent.

What Color Are Aussiedoodles?

The beautiful Aussiedoodle comes in a variety of colors. The most common colors are Red, Brown, Black, White, and Sable. Bi-color and tri-color puppies are common in this hybrid breed, and sometimes more rare coat colors like Blue Merle can be inheritedfrom the Australian Shepherd parent.

One example coat color that is unique and eye-catching is the red-tri color: this coat has red and white patterns, with tan or white markings.

Do Aussiedoodles Have Curly Coats?

Typically, yes. Aussiedoodles tend to inherit a coat that is a mix of the Poodle’s curly coat and the Australian Shepherd’s straighter coat.
The Poodle’s coat is incompletely dominant, meaning it’s more likely to be inherited and expressed in Aussiedoodle puppies.
Puppy coats typically change to adult coats at about 6 months of age, so you can expect your puppy’s coat to evolve as he or she grows up.

What Are F1, F1B, and F2 Aussiedoodles?

F1 Aussiedoodles are a first generation cross between an Australian Shepherd and Poodle parent. F2 Aussiedoodles are a second generation cross between two F1 Aussiedoodle parents.
F1B and F1BB are “backcross” generations. They are achieved by crossing an F1 parent with a purebred Poodle (for an F1B), or an F1B parent with a purebred Poodle (for an F1BB).
F1 puppies can have lots of genetic variability, depending on which parent they predominantly inherit from. F1Bs and F1BBs are closer genetically to the Poodle lineage, which can be more appropriate for those seeking a low-shedding puppy or a specific size (e.g. a Toy size).

Are Aussiedoodles Good Family Pets?

Yes, Aussiedoodles are excellent family pets. This mixed breed is known for its affection, intelligence, and high energy.
Poodle and Aussies are well-known for their high intelligence. This makes the Aussiedoodle a trainable family companion that can quickly pick up on potty training, crate training, and more. Aussiedoodles can also be easily trained as working dogs (e.g., as a service or therapy dog).
Aussiedoodles are also kid-friendly and make good playmates for children of all ages. Many families choose this hybrid breed because of its playful and loving disposition towards kids. If you are not sure whether the Aussiedoodle is the right doodle breed for your family, check out our Doodle Comparison guidefor a complete breakdown of doodle breeds.

Are Aussiedoodles Energetic?

Aussiedoodles have loads of energy and love to play – so if you bring one home, be ready for plenty of exercise and socialization to keep your pup happy and engaged.
Aussiedoodles take after their Poodle and Aussie lineages, which are both high-energy breeds. So Aussiedoodles are a good fit for families with an active lifestyle – i.e. those who enjoy family sports, outdoor activities, and plenty of play. They’re not the best fit for families with a more sedentary lifestyle.
If you live in a large home with outdoor space, even better – your Aussiedoodle pup will love that space to roam and play!

Are Aussiedoodles Hypoallergenic?

Aussiedoodles are typically low-shedding dogs, taking after their Poodle parent's hypoallergenic genes.
But this can vary depending on the puppy or generation. In some cases, Aussiedoodles can inherit more of their Aussie parent’s coat and sport a higher-shedding coat. This is more common in F1 generations. In F2 and Multigen puppies, the breeder can be more reliably select a hypoallergenic coat.
If a hypoallergenic coat is critical for you, it may be best to opt for an F1B and F1BB Aussiedoodle, with a higher proportion of Poodle genes. Or you can wait until the puppy is 6 months or older to examine its adult coat (and make sure it’s curly) before bringing one home!

How Much Does an Aussiedoodle Cost?

The price varies depending on the size, color, and pedigree of the puppy. In general, Aussiedoodle puppies range between $1,000 and $2,500.
Toy and Mini Aussiedoodle puppies are usually more expensive because of the high demand for smaller-sized puppies. Their price can be closer to the $2,500-$3,000 mark.

What Are Common Health Issues in Aussiedoodles?

Aussiedoodles suffer from the same health issues common in Australian Shepherds and Poodles. Some of the most commonhealth issues in Aussiedoodlesinclude hip dysplasia, sebaceous adenitis, hypoglycemia, progressive retinal atrophy, and cataracts.
That said, as a hybrid breed, Aussiedoodles benefit from some degree of “hybrid vigor”, a phenomenon whereby mixed breeds are healthier and live longer than their purebred parents. When looking for an Aussiedoodle puppy, make sure the breeder has screened for common health conditions through genetic screening of the parents. This, coupled with regular veterinary checkups, will help your pup lead a healthy and lengthy life.

What Should I Check For in an Aussiedoodle Breeder?

Before bringing a new puppy home, you should make sure the puppy comes from a caring, reputable breeder. This means checking that the breeder is reputable, has extensive knowledge of Aussiedoodles, conducts genetic and health screening of the parents, implements thorough socialization practices, and truly cares about the health and wellbeing of their pets.
Backyard breeders and puppy mills advertise Aussiedoodle puppies that are not in fact Aussiedoodles. They may include a mix of other shepherd breeds, such as Border Collies, American Shepherds, Collies, etc. This can lead to a different size, shape, or temperament of your puppy than what your family had planned for.
More importantly, unethical breeders don’t check on the lineage, temperament, or genetic predispositions of their breeding parents. This can result in unwanted health or behavioral issues that could otherwise be prevented.

Where Do I Find a Good Aussiedoodle Breeder?

The easiest path is to use the help of a reputable platform that has screened and selected for reputable breeders.
At Mawoo Pets, we have vetted breeders to select the best of the best. This means breeders who follow leading health, safety, and socialization standards. By selecting the best breeders, we have made it easy for you to find a happy, healthy Aussiedoodle who’ll make a loving member of your family.
If you are looking for an Aussiedoodle puppy near you or in a specific location, please browse our available puppies in specific states and provinces, such as Aussiedoodle puppies inMinnesota, Indiana, orCalifornia.

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