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Aussiedoodle Puppies

Author Happy Doggo
News Hound
Oct 23 ·

An Aussiedoodle is a loveable mix between a Poodle and an Australian Shepherd. Poodle mixes have skyrocketed in popularity over the past few decades. You may be wondering whether one is the right choice for you. Luckily, we have a complete guide to Aussiedoodle puppies below.

Where To Get Aussiedoodle Puppies

Since mixed breeds are more likely to show up in puppy mill schemes or backyard breeding operations, it’s important to do your research and find an ethical Aussiedoodle breeder. This is especially important if you’re sure you want a puppy. If a breeder refuses to let you see where they’re housing their dogs and puppies, this is a bad sign. In addition, puppy mills usually breed multiple breeds or mixed breeds at the same time. Midway…

There are quite a few Aussiedoodle rescue organizations, and the mix may even show up in rescue organizations for either parent breed. In addition, older dogs may show up in shelters. While rescuing is a great option for many reasons, there are a couple of downsides. If you’re committed to welcoming a puppy, rescuing may not be for you. Usually, rescues and shelters are devoted to finding forever homes for older dogs. In addition, you’re more likely to get complete screening and health info for your puppy if you go the breeder route.

The Cost

An Aussiedoodle puppy from a responsible breeder can cost you anywhere from $1500 to $4500. How much they cost can depend on coloring and sex, among other factors. A higher cost for an Aussiedoodle puppy, however, is a good sign you’ve found a reputable breeder. Many breeders will incorporate costs related to the puppies’ birth, any necessary vet visits and health screenings, food, and housing into the cost of a puppy. Since a responsible breeder is more likely to keep good health records for their puppies and the parents, this means you’re also less likely to pay high vet bills later in your dog’s life. Southern.aussiedoodles…

Appearance

Aussiedoodles can vary quite a bit in appearance. Most will develop poodle-texture curly coats with Australian Shepherd markings and colors. However, their hair quality and color will really depend on the combination of each parents’ genes. One common trait is their expressive eyes. Thanks to the combination of eye genes in both poodles and Aussies, the Aussiedoodle has beautiful and emotionally open eyes in a variety of possible colors.

Their size is also incredibly variable. An Aussiedoodle can measure anywhere from 14-25 inches tall at their shoulders. They can weigh anywhere from 25-75 pounds. Cinnamon…

Temperament

While early socialization and training are important for any puppy, an Aussiedoodle’s nature makes that very easy. The breed basically gets along with everyone: kids, seniors, other dogs, strangers, and even smaller animals like cats. This makes them great candidates for therapy dogs. Aussiedoodles are also very intelligent, making training an easy process.

Aussiedoodles tend to be loyal family companions. It’s important to devote a lot of time to them. Otherwise, they may develop destructive behavior or separation anxiety.

Unless you have a daily exercise plan, Aussiedoodles don’t tend to do well in small spaces and apartments. They’re very high-energy and will need room to run around. There are a lot of options for getting out an Aussiedoodle’s boundless energy. These can be as simple as a visit to the local dog park, or as complicated as agility trials and rally. Both parent breeds tend to be great canine sports participants and love water. The same is true of an Aussiedoodle. Mydoorvader…

Aussiedoodle Puppies – Veterinary Needs

A responsible breeder will perform health screenings in their breeding pairs for health issues common to both parent breeds. For Australian Shepherds and poodles, these include hip and elbow dysplasia, eye defects, epilepsy, Addison’s disease, bloat, and food and environmental allergies. It’s still a good idea to check regularly for symptoms of these conditions, especially if your Aussiedoodle is a rescue. Regular vet visits will also help with early detection and treatment if these issues arise.

After bringing your puppy home, it’s important to bring them in for vet visits every three weeks. These should continue until your puppy is a few months old. These vet visits will help your vet check that your Aussiedoodle is growing up healthy. In addition, your vet should give you a series of puppy vaccines. These include shots for potentially fatal diseases like parvovirus, distemper, and rabies. Check out our puppy vaccine schedule here. Joey…

Diet

Since the Aussiedoodle is prone to food allergies, you may want to perform an allergy test with your vet before choosing a food. Initially, you can also choose a food which excludes most common dog food allergens, like corn, soy, and wheat. A home-cooked diet might be the best choice for your Aussiedoodle. Choosing ingredients and cooking them yourself helps you control what your dog eats, ensuring there’s nothing in their food which could cause a reaction.

Like with any dog, you should consult with your veterinarian or a certified pet nutritionist before starting your pet on any new food. They’ll be able to help you take your dog’s weight, age, and overall health into consideration. Since Aussiedoodles are a high-energy breed, they’ll need a diet which supports their playfulness lifelong. King_family_ranch…

Aussiedoodle Puppies

Grooming

Even though poodles don’t usually shed, Australian Shepherds do. This means an Aussiedoodle, depending on its parents, may or may not shed a bit. Many owners adopt Aussiedoodles thinking they won’t shed at all. While this may be the case for your Aussiedoodle, keep in mind it’s not the case for every one.

Depending on the coat quality and type, an Aussiedoodle may need some professional grooming help, or none at all. Whether you need to schedule haircuts for your Aussiedoodle or not, they do best with weekly brushing for most of the year. During shedding seasons, around spring and fall, brush them more frequently. Use a high-quality slicker brush.

You should brush an Aussiedoodle’s teeth frequently. Check their floppy ears regularly for signs of wax buildup and debris. Trimming or grinding their nails regularly will also help them with potential discomfort.

Aussiedoodle Puppies – Photos

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