About the Breed

The Aussiedoodle is a lovable and loyal crossbreed that has become increasingly popular in recent years. With its intelligence, incredibly friendly temperament, and low-shedding coat, its no wonder that the Aussiedoodle has found its way into many homes across the United States. Temperament The Aussiedoodle is a generally cheerful and active dog that loves to please its owners. They are well-known for their intelligence and easily trainable nature, making them ideal for both experienced owners and first-time dog owners alike. Aussiedoodles are also known for their strong loyalty towards their family members and make an excellent companion pet. With proper care and attention, these dogs make great additions to any family. Ideal Owners The Aussiedoodle breed is ideal for families or individuals looking for an intelligent companion with an even-tempered personality. These dogs thrive on human companionship, so they do best in a home with someone who can provide them with plenty of love and attention throughout the day. They also require regular exercise such as daily walks or playtime in the yard to keep them healthy and happy. As such, they are best suited to those who can provide them with a stimulating environment where they can get plenty of activity each day. History The Aussiedoodle is a hybrid breed created by crossing an Australian Shepherd with a Standard Poodle. This designer breed was developed in the early 2000s as people sought out more low-shedding breeds of dog but did not want to sacrifice the intelligence or loyalty associated with Australian Shepherds or Poodles respectively. Over time, this unique combination of breeds has proven itself to be quite successful in terms of temperament - making it one of the most popular designer breeds today! Healthy Weight A healthy weight for an adult Aussiedoodle is between 30 70 pounds depending on whether you have a miniaturized version or standard version respectively (the miniaturized versions tend to weigh less). Its important that you monitor your pups weight regularly in order to ensure they stay within this range - if your pup begins gaining too much weight then it could lead to serious health issues down the line such as arthritis or obesity-related conditions like diabetes mellitus (DM). Therefore its important that you feed your pup appropriately based on their age/size/activity level while also providing plenty of opportunities for exercise throughout each day! Important Health Checks The Aussiedoodle breed is relatively healthy when compared to other breeds but there are still some health checks which should be conducted regularly: hip dysplasia screenings (for both shoulders & hips), eye exams (to check for any signs/symptoms of glaucoma), elbow dysplasia screenings (for both elbows), heartworm testing (to detect any signs/symptoms related to parasites like heartworm), dental examinations (to ensure proper oral hygiene) & skin checks (for any potential dermatological problems). Additionally, these pups require regular vaccinations against common diseases such as parvovirus & distemper - so make sure you stay up-to-date on all recommended immunizations! Overall, the Aussiedoodle makes an excellent choice for anyone looking for an intelligent companion with an even temperment who loves human companionship yet doesn't shed excessively like many other breeds do. When properly cared for these pups can become loving family members who bring joy into every home they enter - while also remaining relatively healthy due diligence being taken regarding important health checks such as those mentioned above!

Healthy weight:

20-50 lbs

Recommended Food

Large breed dog food such as Royal Canin Golden Retriever or Hills Science Diet

Breed Colors

  • Cream
  • Red
  • Apricot
  • Black
  • Blue Merle
  • Chocolate
  • Silver
  • Parti
  • Sable
  • White
  • Silver Sable

Ideal for owners that

  • Patient
  • Affectionate
  • Active
  • Outgoing
  • Responsible
  • Loving
  • Dedicated

Health Considerations

  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Elbow Dysplasia
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy
  • Allergies
  • Ear Infections
  • Hypothyroidism

This breed may be cute, but these are some of their common health issues to be aware of.

Temperment & Skills


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