Aussiedoodles

Aussiedoodle 
colors

Aussiedoodles come in all kinds of different coloring and markings.

Fantastic Temperments

The Aussiedoodle is an intelligent, active dog with an even disposition; he is good natured, seldom quarrelsome. He may be somewhat reserved in initial meetings. The Aussiedoodle has a very pleasant personality. They are medium in size, very loving, get along well with other dogs and pets in the family and especially love children.

Great Health

When crossbreeding two purebred dogs you also get what is called hybrid vigor, resulting in a healthier dog with superior genetic constitution.
 

Why are Aussiedoodles so Amazing

The reason behind crossing the Australian Shepherd and the Standard Poodle was to produce a puppy that holds desired traits from both the Poodle and the Australian Shepherd. Crossing the two breeds gives you a dog that has the Aussie’s beautiful color combinations and those amazing blue eyes as well as their human-like intelligent brain mixed with the high intelligence of the Poodle and excellent conformation, low to non-shedding coat you get an amazing dog. Aussiedoodles are TOO CUTE!

 

About F1 Aussiedoodles

The Aussiedoodle is pretty close to perfect in the first generation Please, do not compare the F1 Labradoodle coat with the F1 Aussiedoodle coat, they’re not the same. The F1 Labradoodle basically needs to be backcrossed to the poodle again to fix some of the coat issues found in the first cross like shedding and matting but the Aussiedoodle gets its soft coat from both parent breeds, which the F1 Labradoodle lacks due to the straight wiry coat of the Labrador Retriever. Aussiedoodles have a much lower chance of shedding than the F1 Labradoodle. If you want a non-shedding Labradoodle you want a higher generation either an F1B Labradoodle or a Multigen Labradoodle. You’re pretty safe with the F1 Aussiedoodle that you will receive a very low shedding to non-shedding coat.

 

The Difference Between F1 and F1b Aussiedoodles

F1 Aussiedoodles are the combination of a purebred Poodle to a purebred Australian Shepherd whereas an F1b is the combination of an F1 Aussiedoodle and a purebred Poodle. F1b Aussiedoodles are known to have a curlier coat similar to the poodles' and are better for those with moderate/severe allergies. But, the question of whether you'll be allergic to an F1b Aussiedoodle depends on the severity of the allergy and allergy testing is always recommended. This curly coat does require more frequent grooming. F1 Aussiedoodles have more of a wavy coat and are better for those with mild allergies or for a family who want a low to non-shedding dog. For more information about dog allergies visit:

 

 

Aussiedoodle Personality

The Aussiedoodle intelligent, active dog with an even disposition; they are good-natured, seldom quarrelsome. They may be somewhat reserved for initial meetings.  The Aussiedoodle has a very pleasant personality. They are medium in size, very loving, get along well with other dogs and pets in the family and especially love children. Aussiedoodles are very active dogs and are the best fit for an active family. When you choose your puppy, make sure they are the right fit for you and your schedule. Aussiedoodles have lots of energy and are best for an engaging and active family. They love hikes, walks, playing fetch, and need a lot of exercise.

 

Aussiedoodle Adult Pictures 

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Aussiedoodles Colors

 Aussiedoodles come in many colors:  Black Bi-color, Black Phantom, Red Bi-color or Chocolate, Black Tri-color, Red Tri-color, Sable, Red Merle, and Blue Merle. When you find the color you like be aware there may be a change in their color and markings as they grow.  There are some poodles that carry a very dominant gene called: The Greying/Silvering gene and/or Dilute/Blending gene.  There are some that simply lighten on the back or face only, and some that turn completely silver/grey but the white markings will always remain white.  The Greying/Silvering gene is what will make some puppies go from a very dark black to a silver color at about 1 year of age.  Then if the poodle has the Dilute/Blending gene the puppy who is a very dark color will begin to blend and dilute.  Here are a few pictures below.

 

 

Red/Black Bi-color- Dilute/Blending (on face and back )

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Black Bi-color- Greying/Silvering gene (whole body but the ears)

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Red Bi-color- Dilute gene (whole body )

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Red Merle- Dilute/Blending (merle blended to one color but dark ears and tail and feet patches). 

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