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Aussiedoodle

A mix between a Poodle and a Australian Shepherd

Aussiedoodle and Mini Aussiedoodle Breed

Mini Aussiedoodle (mini Aussiepoo) puppies are a mix of a mini Poodle and a mini Australian Shepherd. Standard Aussiedoodle puppies cross a standard Poodle with a standard sized Aussie. Mini Aussiedoodle and standard Aussiedoodle pups are incredibly smart, loyal and very loving. Also known as an Aussiepoo, they are sometimes called Einstein dogs (for their smarts) and Velcro dogs (for their loyalty). Their coats tend to have a beautiful color variety with outstanding texture, curl, and thickness.

Blue Merle Aussiedoodle

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Affectionate and Social

Aussiedoodles are known for their loving and affectionate nature. They crave attention and make excellent family pets. This breed loves to be around people and forms strong bonds with their owners. They are also social dogs, making them great companions for other pets in the household.

Intelligent and Trainable

Both Australian Shepherds and Poodles are highly intelligent breeds, so it’s no surprise that Aussiedoodles inherit this trait. They are quick learners and respond well to positive reinforcement training methods. This makes them an ideal breed for first-time dog owners or those looking for a trainable companion.

Energetic and Active

Aussiedoodles have a lot of energy and need regular exercise to stay happy and healthy. A daily walk or run is essential for this breed, and they also excel in activities like agility, flyball, and obedience training. Their high energy levels make them an ideal choice for active families or individuals.

Low-Shedding Coat

One of the most attractive traits of Aussiedoodles is their hypoallergenic coat. As a cross between a Poodle and an Australian Shepherd, they inherit the low-shedding coat from their Poodle parent, making them a great option for those with allergies. However, regular grooming is still necessary to keep their coat healthy and tangle-free.

Protective Instincts

Aussiedoodles have a natural instinct to protect their loved ones. This trait comes from their Australian Shepherd heritage and makes them excellent watchdogs. They are alert and will bark to alert their owners of any potential danger. This makes them a great choice for those looking for a loyal and protective companion.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Aussiedoodles are a wonderful mix of intelligence, energy, affection, and loyalty. They make excellent family pets and thrive in an active household where they can receive plenty of love and attention. With proper training, grooming, and exercise, Aussiedoodles can make a fantastic addition to any family. So if you’re considering adding an Aussiedoodle to your family, be prepared for lots of love and fun times ahead! Happy dog parenting!

Please Note: Aussiedoodle puppies are considered to be high-energy dogs and need regular daily exercise to help channel that energy constructively. They need lots of room to run and play daily. An Aussiedoodle is not best suited for small apartment settings and may be too active for households with young children (who may feel overwhelmed) or older pet parents who are not able to give them the activity level needed. With good consistent training and the right environment, this breed will become an excellent member of the family.

Interested in the differences between an Aussiedoodle and other breeds? Read our Doodle Breeds Comparison article.

Learn more about Aussiedoodle Breed Characteristics

Merle Aussiedoodle Puppy

Common Questions About Aussiedoodles

What is an Aussiedoodle?

An Aussiedoodle (aka Aussiepoo) is a mix between a Poodle (standard or mini/toy Poodle) and a purebred Australian Shepherd.

Do Aussiedoodles shed?

Aussiedoodles are known for their gorgeous thick coats in beautiful striking color combinations. Since Aussiedoodles inherit some of their Australian Shepherd parent’s wirier coat, they do not tend to be as hypoallergenic as most of the other Doodle breeds and therefore may shed a little. That said, they certainly will shed much less than their full-breed parent! If you’re looking for an Aussiedoodle that will shed the least, choose the curliest pup in the litter. Typically, the curlier the coat, the less shedding that pup will experience as an adult.

How big do mini Aussiedoodles get?

Generally, a Toy or Petite Mini Aussiedoodle tends to grow to be between 5-24 pounds, while a Traditional Mini Aussiedoodle tends to grow to be in the 25-40 pound range. Since each pup is a beautiful and unique blend of their genetics, these ranges are simply estimates and not guarantees.

How big do Aussiedoodles get?

Medium Aussiedoodles can grow to be between 41-55 pounds. Since each pup is a beautiful and unique blend of their genetics, this range is simply an estimate and not guarantee.

Are Aussiedoodles Hypoallergenic?

See our answer above about, “Do Aussiedoodles shed?”

Are Aussiedoodles Good with Children?

Aussiedoodles are social, intelligent and playful. Aussiedoodle puppies are high-energy dogs and need regular daily exercise to help channel that energy constructively. They need lots of room to run and play daily. An Aussiedoodle is not best suited for small apartment settings and may be too active for households with young children (who may feel overwhelmed) or older pet parents who are not able to give them the activity level needed. With good consistent training and the right environment, this breed will become an excellent member of the family.

What are Aussiedoodles Known for?

Aussiedoodles are known for their affectionate, loyal and social natures. Their gorgeous coats typically have beautiful color patterns and occasionally they have blue eyes. They are sometimes called Einstein dogs (for their smarts) and Velcro dogs (for their loyalty). Their incredible intelligence makes them very easy to train as well. They thrive in active households and love going on hikes and family outings. They also enjoy games and solving puzzles.

Do Aussiedoodles Need Training?

The short answer is a resounding, “YES.” Aussiedoodles are highly intelligent and need consistent activity and training to channel their energy constructively. They also need room to play. They learn quickly and are eager to please. We highly recommend Aussiedoodle owners incorporate formal training early in their pup’s life to establish good home and social habits while giving them plenty of space and time for daily exercise.

What Colors are Aussiedoodles?

• Chocolate
• Black/White
• Merle
• Tri-color (in multiple variations)

What are the Advantages of the Aussiedoodle Breed?

• They are healthier due to Aussiedoodle hybrid vigor.
• Aussiedoodles have a more hypoallergenic coat than their Australian Shepherd parent (particularly curly-coated F1b pups).
• Aussiedoodles are well-known for their intelligence and affection.
• Aussiedoodles are very easy to train.
• Aussiedoodles are incredibly loyal.
• Aussiedoodles often have gorgeous coats in striking colors and patterns.

Aussiedoodle Discounts

$100 puppy discount for military, veterans, firefighters, EMTs, police officers, pastors, teachers, and home school parents

$100 puppy discount for anyone who was referred by a Crockett Doodles Forever Home who adopted a puppy from us

All discounts must be requested and processed BEFORE the Puppy Adoption is completed on Adoption Day.

Advantages of an Aussiedoodle or mini Aussiedoodle

(These advantages are typically the case, but cannot be guaranteed to be true of each individual doodle puppy.)

  1. Healthier due to Aussiedoodle hybrid genes
  2. Hypoallergenic (especially f1b Aussiedoodles and f1b mini Aussiedoodles)
  3. Very loyal Aussiedoodle temperament
  4. Highly Intelligent (Poodles and Aussies are both some of the most intelligent AKC breeds)
  5. Variety of coat colors (Aussiedoodles and mini Aussiedoodles often have gorgeous merle coats)

Pricing of Aussiedoodles

Price Range: $1200-$3200

  • Pricing is based on breed, coat, color and size.
  • We reserve the right to adjust the pricing of individual puppies for any reason.

6% Sales Tax applies to all puppies picked up in the state of South Carolina.

Aussiedoodle and Mini Aussiedoodle Sizes

Toy/Petite, Traditional Mini, Medium
Doodle Size Comparison
Pups shown above are Goldendoodles (8 weeks old) – Sizes listed are full-grown estimates.

Aussiedoodle and Mini Aussiedoodle Colors

Aussiedoodle and mini Aussiedoodle colors include chocolate, tri-color (multiple variations), merle and black/white
Merle Aussiedoodle Litters can have striking color varieties as demonstrated by the litter of six toy Aussiedoodles below.

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Nathan is the founder of Crockett Doodles. He’s involved in everything from raising puppies in his living room to the careful selection and management of Guardian and Partner Homes. Nathan finds great joy in uniting beautiful healthy puppies with their forever homes. Nathan and Abigail have a large family, with five children and four beloved doodles.

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