Our mix producing this breed is Sheepadoodle or Sheepdog paired with an F1bb Aussiedoodle
We started breeding this pairing early 2020. We will update this page when our 1st litter
grows up and let you know how they are. I'm hoping by adding the Aussiedoodle to the mix
that it will tone down the assertive personality we get with the sheepdog. So far I've seen
nothing but great things with our first litter which was born 1/28/2020. See them below.
Australian Sheepadoodles are priced once 2 weeks old and eyes are open but are
$3000-$4500 in general.
ABOUT THE BREEDS IN OUR TYPICAL MIX
When Mom is a F1 Sheepadoodle the puppies are genetically -
68.75% Standard Poodle, 25% Old English Sheepdog and 6.25% Australian Shepherd
When Mom is an Old English Sheepdog the puppies are genetically -
43.75% Standard Poodle, 50% Old English Sheepdog and 6.25% Australian Shepherd
Poodles - Poodles are regarded as one of the most intelligent breeds in the world. They’re highly trainable and well suited for just
about any task you put them to–and you will want to give them tasks to do. Bored Poodles can get destructive if they are not
physically and mentally stimulated. But active owners who can meet the Poodle’s needs will find a loving, smart, trainable, and loyal
family companion. No matter the size, Poodles are renowned for a playful but dignified personality and keen intelligence. When it
comes to training, this is an "A" student, and the Poodle excels at performance sports such as obedience, agility, and hunt tests.
Despite his regal air, the Poodle is no snob. These are people-friendly dogs who want to stay close to their families — they get lonely
when left by themselves for long periods — and are always up for a good game.
Click here for an in depth look at the Poodle breed.
Old English Sheepdog - The Old English Sheepdog is a large, athletic dog breed with an unmistakable shaggy coat. The Old English
Sheepdog was historically a drover, helping farmers drive cattle and sheep to the market. Today, the good-natured Old English
Sheepdog enjoys the comfort of home life and still competes in conformation, obedience, agility, and herding trials. He’s an adaptable,
intelligent dog with an easygoing disposition. The Old English Sheepdog is a playful, affectionate clown who delights in frolicking with
his family and neighborhood children. In fact, adolescence in the OES often extends to about age three, and an adult OES will retain
his playful demeanor well into his golden years. An intelligent breed, the OES is a quick learner, always looking for something
interesting and fun to do. He's capable of performing numerous tasks, including herding, agility, obedience, and search and rescue.
This breed requires significant physical and mental exercise. He doesn't enjoy being left alone for long periods of time and much
prefers — in fact needs — to be in the company of his family. A properly bred OES is good-natured and kind, and this is what makes
him an excellent children's companion and a super family dog. He's sometimes called a nanny, a term of endearment that arises from
stories surrounding the role he sometimes takes on within his family.
Click here for an in depth look at the Old English Sheepdog Breed.
Australian Shepherd - Despite his name, the Australian Shepherd originated in the western U.S., not Australia, around the time of the
Gold Rush in the 1840s. Originally bred to herd livestock, he remains a working dog breed at heart; the Aussie, as he’s nicknamed, is
happiest when he has a job to do. He can be a wonderful family companion if his intelligence and energy are channeled into dog sports
or activities. Intelligent, hard working, and versatile, the Aussie is a no-nonsense dog who thrives in a home where his brains and
energy are put to good use. You don't have to keep a flock of sheep if you live with an Aussie — although it doesn't hurt — but you do
have to keep him busy. He's a high-energy dog who doesn't know the meaning of
couch potato and wouldn't approve of it if he did.
Click here for an in depth look at the Australian Shepherd Breed.
Australian Sheepadoodles can come in a variety of colors depending on what colors the parents carry. Since our Dad, Astro is a Merle
Parti and he carries for chocolate we can get a multitude of colors and patterns. We also may get some puppies with one or both eyes
being blue in color which will stay blue forever.
At this time we are breeding medium sized Australian Sheepadoodles, Parents are all between 40-50lbs and pups should be within this
size range, though it's always possible to have some smaller or bigger puppies too.