Mini Aussiedoodle & Teacup Aussiedoodle puppies
Whether you're looking for Mini Aussiedoodle puppies or Teacup Aussiedoodle puppies we love them all! We have Teacup Aussiedoodles periodically and Mini Aussiedoodles periodically. Aussie doodles, like both their parents, are extremely intelligent and trainable. They are also eager to please and love having a job to do. Be it playing catch or competing in agility. They are an excellent choice for intermediate dog owners that are able to keep up with their energy levels. Aussie doodle puppies are adorable, and it’s one of the reasons they are so popular.
Like Poodles and Australian Shepherds, Aussiedoodles are extremely intelligent, if not more so. This makes training them a pleasure as they are eager to please and quick to pick up on things. They do best when trained using reward based training methods and tend not to respond well to harsh training techniques. Owners should have a loving but firm hand and should provide Aussie doodles with consistent leadership. Aussie doodles are extremely affectionate and devoted towards their owners and should never be raised outdoors or in kennels. Aussie doodles are extremely loving towards children and make excellent family pets. They should however be supervised around very young children as they can accidently hurt them due to their high energy. Aussiedoodles sometimes retain the herding instincts of the Australian Shepherd and these instincts should be kept in check and corrected from a very early age. This is why early training and socialization is extremely important.
Teacup Aussiedoodle puppies from Pip & Ruger
- Born : May 25, 2018
- Take Home : Aug 3, 2018
- Expected Weight : 5-8 lbs
- Availability : Accepting Deposits
- Price : $2800
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Mini Aussiedoodle & Teacup Aussiedoodle temperaments
If you’re already researching Australian Shepherds, then you probably already know how loyal and smart they are. AussieDoodles are known as the “Einstein” of dog breeds. Why is that? Australian shepherds and poodles are another of the smartest dog breeds out there. An Aussiedoodle can almost read its owner’s mind, which can be both a blessing and a curse! These are also extremely active dogs, and this combination of intellect and energy can be a recipe for bad behaviour without adequate stimulation and companionship. The ideal home for this cross-breed is with an active family, with at least one person in the house throughout the day who is willing to go for long walks both morning and evening. From the Aussiedoodle’s viewpoint, the presence of children in the home is a major bonus, as this is a very playful and affectionate hybrid that lives for cuddles and games.
Aussiedoodle full grown size
Because either the Toy or Miniature Poodle can be used in the breeding, the Aussiedoodle’s size is very variable. So too is the colour of its coat, and the complex rearrangement of the Australian Shepherd’s and Poodle’s many colour variations means that no two of their pups are ever likely to look the same. Our Mini Aussiedoodles range in size from 15-30lbs, & our Teacup Aussiedoodles range from 6-15lbs.
Rather than attempting to standardise appearance, we look to bring its wonderful temperamental and intellectual qualities to the forefront. Despite being a hybrid, there are several health conditions that can be encountered, some of which the parents should be screened for before breeding. Anyone thinking of buying a cross-bred puppy should research the health of the parents just as carefully as though they were buying one of the pedigree breeds. The Aussiedoodle has an average life expectancy of 10–12 years.