About Doodles

Aussie Doodles
 

The Aussiedoodle is a mix between an Australian Shepherd and a Standard Poodle. Aussiedoodles are a very intelligent, lovable, and energetic breed. We currently raise first generation (F1)  Aussiedoodles. 

Coat:

F1 Aussiedoodle (Australian Shepherd x Standard Poodle)

The F1 Aussiedoodle usually has a straight to wavy coat and tends to shed very little. 

F1B Aussiedoodle (F1 Aussiedoodle x Standard Poodle)

The F1B Aussiedoodle usually has a wavy to curly coat and are the least likely to shed out of the two, F1Bs are reccomended for those with mild pet allergies. 

F2B Aussiedoodle (F1 Aussiedoodle x F1B Aussiedoodle)

Future Ambition

 

The Aussiedoodle coat is fairly easy to maintain but will require frequent brushing when grown out. Aussiedoodles can be shaved down, trimmed, or left in full coat.

Appearance:

Aussiedoodles come in a variety of colors. We focus mainly on Blue Merle, Chocolate Merle, Chocolate Tri, and Black Tri. Aussiedoodles can have Blue, Green, or Brown eyes, even a mixture of these. All of our Aussiedoodle tails are left natural, just how nature intended! 

 

Size:

Our Standard Aussiedoodles generally range from 19-24 inches at the shoulder and can weigh between 40-50 pounds.

Temperament:

 

Aussiedoodles make outstanding family pets and are generally great with children of all sizes. They are sweet, outgoing dogs who are full of life! The Aussiedoodle is a highly intelligent and friendly dog. They are very family orientated and love spending time with their people. Aussiedoodles are often used as service or therapy dogs due to their lovable nature and their train ability. They are a well-rounded breed who love to get outside and play but can be just as content to lay at your feet.

 

Training:

 

Aussiedoodles are extremely smart and eager to please. Training must be done with rewards, firmness, patience and consistency. Both of the breeds used to create the Aussiedoodle are considered to be canine Einsteins, making this one super smart cross-breed. Basic training such as "sit", "come", "stay" etc. should start as soon as you take your Aussiedoodle home to insure your puppy starts off on the right foot. It is important to crate train your Aussiedoodle when they are young so that they don't become destructive in your home and are reliable with potty training. 

 

Activity:

 

Aussiedoodles require exercise and mental stimulation to prevent boredom and getting into trouble. They will do well in any living situation provided that their needs are sufficiently met. They will do best if given daily walks and playtime. Most Aussiedoodles enjoy swimming, going on hikes, and excel in agility. Aussiedoodles have a medium to high energy level and are best for those who live an active lifestyle. 

 

 

Australian Mountain Doodle
 

The Australian Mountain Doodle is a mix between the Aussiedoodle and the Bernedoodle. With the Australian Mountain Doodle you get the best of all three breeds! The health and smarts of the Australian Shepherd, the sweet and gentle nature of the Bernese, plus the allergy friendly properties and longevity of the Standard Poodle!

Why Choose the Australian Mountain Doodle?

The Australian Mountain Doodle is the perfect blend between a mellow, outgoing, and allergy friendly dog. Our goal for our Australian Mountain Doodles is to create a lower energy Aussiedoodle while improving the lifespan of the Bernedoodle side, thus enhancing the main trait that the other breed lacks. Can't decide between the Aussiedoodle or Bernedoodle? Consider the Australian Mountain Doodle where you get the qualities of the Aussiedoodle and Bernedoodle that we love all in one package!

 

Coat:

The Australian Mountain Doodle usually has a straight to wavy coat and tends to shed very little. 

The Australian Mountain Doodles coat is fairly easy to maintain but will require frequent brushing when grown out. They can be shaved down, trimmed, or left in full coat.

Appearance:

Our one of a kind Australian Mountain Doodles come in a variety colors such as Tricolor and Merle. We focus mainly on Chocolate and Blue Merle as well as Chocolate and Black Tri. Tricolor Australian Mountain Doodles are either Black or Choclate and White with the traditional copper trim along their face, legs, chest, and above the eyes. Merle Australian Mountain Doodles are either Blue or Chocolate Merle and White with copper trim along their face, legs, chest, and above the eyes. 

Size:

 

Our Standard Australian Mountain Doodles generally range from 24-26 inches at the shoulder and can weigh between 40-60 pounds.

Temperament:

 

The Australian Mountain Doodle is a loyal. mellow, lovable breed with all the qualities we love from the Bernese, Aussie, and Poodle! They make great family dogs and generally do well with kids of all ages. Their friendly demeanor will make for a great service/therapy candidate or simply a wonderful family dog! 

 

Training:

Australian Mountain Doodles are intelligent and eager to please. Training must be done with rewards, firmness, patience and consistency. Basic training should start as soon as you take your Australian Mountain Doodle puppy home.

 

Activity: 

The Australian Mountain Doodle is an easygoing and social breed who will need daily walks and exercise. They will require mental stimulation to prevent boredom and destruction in the home. They have a medium energy level and are perfect for those who like outdoor activities or one who prefers to lounge around the house. 

 

 

Bernedoodle
 

The Bernedoodle is a mix between a Bernese Mountain dog and a Standard Poodle. Bernedoodles are a very mellow, friendly, and loyal breed. We currently raise first generation (F1) with the plan on second generation (F1B) Standard size Bernedoodles in the near future.

Coat:

F1 Bernedoodle (Bernese Mountain Dog x Poodle)

The F1 Bernedoodle usually has a straight to wavy coat and tends to shed very little. 

 

F1B Bernedoodle (F1 Bernedoodle x Poodle)

The F1B Bernedoodle usually has a wavy to curly coat and tends to shed very little if any at all. F1B Bernedoodles are recommended for those with mild pet allergies. 

F2B Bernedoodle (F1 Bernedoodle x F1B Bernedoodle)

The Bernedoodle coat will require frequent brushing when grown out and is fairly easy to maintain when trimmed. A Bernedoodle's coat is different than a double coated dog and can be shaved without damaging the hair. 

Appearance:

Bernedoodles come in a variety colors such as Black Tri, Bi-Black, and Sable. We focus mainly on Phantom and Tri colors. Tri Bernedoodles are Black and White with copper trim along their face and/or legs, and above the eyes. Phantom Bernedoodles are Black with copper trim along their face, legs, chest, and above the eyes. 

Size:

 

Our Standard Bernedoodles generally range from 24-26 inches at the shoulder and can weigh between 50-70 pounds.

Our Mini Bernedoodles generally range from 19-24 inches at the shoulder and can weigh between 30-40 pounds.

Temperament: 

 

The Bernedoodle is a happy-go-lucky breed who is loyal and laid back. They are a gentle giants who generally do great with kids of all ages. They are social and love being around their humans.  

 

Training: 

 

Bernedoodles are intelligent and training must be done with rewards, firmness, patience and consistency. Basic training should start as soon as you take your Bernedoodle puppy home.

 

Activity: 

The Bernedoodle is an easy-going breed who will need daily walks and exercise. They will require mental stimulation to prevent boredom and destruction in the home. They have a low to medium energy level and are perfect for those who like to get outdoors but also enjoy lounging around the house.    

 

 

Importance of Omega's

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Why they need it:
The only way a dog can acquire essential fatty acids is to consume them, and they are mostly found in meat or fish-based food. The most important of all the essential fatty acids includes DHA and EPA (Omega-3) as well as Linoleic and Arachidonic (Omega-6). It is very important that there is a good balance between Omega-3 and Omega-6.

Early Neurological Stimulation
 

Early Neurological Stimulation

Researchers have noted that new born pups are immature and under-developed canines that are sensitive to a restricted class of stimuli which includes thermal and tactile stimulation, motion and locomotion. Dr. Battaglia, discusses and demonstrates how to use the five stimulating exercises that give each pup an advantage.

Est. 2018
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