Aussiedoodle - Mini Puppies for Sale


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Breed Characteristics
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Overview

Looking for Mini Aussiedoodle puppies for sale? These pups combine the intelligence and coat of a Mini Poodle with the smart, athletic qualities of a Mini Australian Shepherd. Although they’re a relatively new breed, their keen intelligence and affectionate nature have made them a new favorite. 

These dogs are not only bright, they’re also athletic and nimble, making them a favorite choice as an agility dog. They are also loving companion dogs that do well with children. They get along with other dogs and pets and are friendly with strangers. So, if you have a busy household full of people and animals, this breed might be right for you!

The Mini Aussiedoodle is recognized by the ACHC (American Canine Hybrid Club). This designer breed can also be registered through IDCR (International Designer Canine Registry) and ICA (International Canine Association, Inc).

  • Country of Origin: N/A
  • Weight: 15 - 30 lbs
  • Height: 12 - 17 inches
  • Color: The coats of these designer breeds can vary considerably and are equally likely to favor either parent breed. They may be almost any color, particolored, or they may take on the shading and markings of a Shepherd.

Temperament

If you want to buy a Mini Aussiedoodle puppy, it’s smart to do a little research first. These playful, loving dogs make great companions, but they are not lapdogs. This is an exceptionally energetic breed that demands lots of outdoor exercise every day. Bored or restless dogs will chew and become destructive.

One of the breed’s most delightful attributes is their intelligence. They are a hybrid of two of the most intelligent dogs: Mini Poodles and Mini Australian Shepherds. That’s why they need lots of mental stimulation to stay calm and centered. Teach them jobs like fetching the paper, retrieving their toys, or putting their toys away to keep them mentally occupied. 

These canines are good family pets that do well with children. They also play well with other dogs and usually do well with cats and other pets. They are too welcoming and social to be watchdogs. Mini Aussiedoodles love meeting new people. 

Health

If you’re considering adopting a Mini Aussiedoodle puppy, make sure you understand this breed’s special health considerations. The average life expectancy is 10-12 years. While most of these dogs are healthy, Poodles and Australian Shepherds share some predispositions to certain health issues, so work with your vet to watch for possible conditions, including;

  •   Luxating Patella
  •   Epilepsy
  •   Hip Dysplasia
  •   Progressive Retinal Atrophy

Second generation puppies (bred from parents that are both Mini Aussiedoodles) may have a higher risk of health issues. For this reason, second generations litters are discouraged. 

For any dog, stay up to date on shots and vaccinations and schedule regular checkups with your veterinarian. 

Coat & Coat Care

They may have a coat like a Poodle that is curly and non-shedding. Or your pup may have the coat of an Australian Shepherd that is slightly wavy and a medium length.

Either coat should be brushed 2 to 3 times each week. If you Aussiedoodle’s coat favors his Poodle ancestry, you may want to trim the coat for easier care. If your pup’s coat resembles the Australian Shepherd, they will shed periodically and should be groomed more often during shedding periods. 

Gently wipe the inside of the ears once a week with a clean, damp cloth to prevent infections.

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