Mini Aussiedoodle Puppies

Adopted

Lyle

Male

Mini Aussiedoodle

DOB:

4/20/22

Available:

6/15/22

Adopted

Lilac

Female

Mini Aussiedoodle

DOB:

4/20/22

Available:

6/15/22

Adopted

Lisa

Female

Mini Aussiedoodle

DOB:

4/20/22

Available:

6/15/22

Adopted

Lilly

Female

Mini Aussiedoodle

DOB:

4/20/22

Available:

6/15/22

Upcoming Litters

Sherry II & Cuddle's Litter
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Sherry II

Female: Cavalier

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Cuddles

Male: Cavalier

Exp. DOB: April 12th, 2022

Pick 1: Melissa Klopta

Pick 2: Dennis Cooper

Pick 3: Available

Pick 4: Available

Pick 5: Available

Exp. Available: June 7th, 2022

 Reserve your Aussiedoodle puppy now or contact us to schedule a time to meet them at our home.

Why A Aussiedoodle?

The Aussiedoodle is a mixed breed dog — a cross between the Australian Shepherd and Poodle dog breeds. Incredibly smart, playful, and loyal, these pups inherited some of the best qualities from both of their parents. These active dogs, often referred to as an “Einstein” breed for their smarts, do well in homes that can provide plenty of attention and exercise. The Aussiedoodle makes an excellent family dog, as long as smaller children know how to safely play with the pup. They are also incredible therapy dogs, given how quickly they bond to a specific human or two.

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.

Aussiedoodles coats are often a mix of their Australian Shepherd and Poodle parents. Their coat can be a variety of colors typically seen in Australian Shepherds, like blue merle, red merle, black and red tri, black and tan (AKA “phantom”), parti, sable, or even a solid color in rare cases. The Aussiedoodle coat can also be a variety of textures, depending on the puppy’s parents. Some have wavier coats, while others have tighter curls like their Poodle parents. Aussiedoodles with shorter hair may be better for allergy sufferers, but it is not a guarantee.

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