When you adopt one of these sweet, shaggy, and super-smart dogs, you’re welcoming a full-on best friend into your family. The aussiedoodle is a hybrid breed, combining an Australian Shepherd with a Poodle . What that means for dog lovers is a double dose of intelligence, loyalty, and affection, and a breed that won’t hold back when it comes to having fun.
When you combine two totally lovable pups, expect nothing less than perfection. Well, maybe not quite perfection—they might have a little mischief in them—but pretty close.
Aussiedoodles are equal parts playmate and cuddlebug, adapting to their owner’s habits and interests. If you’re looking for a big day out at the dog park, your aussiepoo is more than happy to join. If it’s time for an evening in, make some room on the couch. Aussiedoodles are more than happy to stick to your schedule (as long as they’re getting plenty of attention).
Are Aussiedoodles Good With Kids? Cats? Dogs?
Protectors, companions, and all-around sweethearts, aussiedoodles are fun for the whole family, including small children. These dogs have the patience and energy to hold their own with little ones, so long as they are treated, trained, and socialized properly.
Wondering about your other furry friends? There’s little to worry about when introducing your aussiedoodle to the rest of your pet family. Aussiedoodles get along well with most mammals, including cats and dogs.
What is a F1B Aussiedoodle?
The F1B Aussiedoodle is 75% Poodle and 25% Australian Shepherd because they are the back-cross of an F1 Aussiedoodle and a purebred Poodle, resulting in the most allergy friendly coat.