Sheepadoodles FAQ

What is a Sheepadoodle? It is a mixed breed of a pure bred Old English Sheepdog and a Pure bred Poodle. Do Sheepadoodles Shed? No. The Sheepadoodle does not shed, but need to be brushed to maintain a long coat which is soft and wavy. What does F1 and F1b mean? F1 is the first cross of an Old English Sheepdog to a Poodle. F1b is a Sheepadoodle bred back to a poodle. What is a Sheepadoodles Coat Like? A sheepadoodle coat will be fluffy, soft and will be wavy to curly. Are Sheepadoodles good with children and other pets? Yes Sheepadoodles get along well with children and other dogs. How big are sheppadoodles? Standard Sheepadoodles will typically weigh 60 pounds and up. Medium Sheepadoodles will weigh 40 to 60 pounds. Miniature Sheepadoodles will weigh 20-40 pounds. How Long do Sheepadoodles Live? On average from 12 to 15 years. Daily exercise and quality vitamins like Nuvet are all key a boosted longevity and healthy life. Are sheepadoodles AKC registered? Because your puppy is a Sheepadoodle it will not be AKC registered. It is not a pure breed according to AKC. However one thing that sets us apart from other doodle breeders is that all of our pure breeds, Old English Sheepdog , Poodles etc are AKC registered which allows us to participate with UABR United All Breed Registry. They will provide your Sheepadoodle with a puppy registration form and a pedigree. How long does it take to house train a Goldendoodle? We work with them from 6 to 8 weeks of age going out the dog door. At 8 weeks they usually have it figured out. Even if you don't have a dog door at home this process helps establish that your puppy needs to go outside to potty. When you take your puppy home we recommend crate training. Sheepadoodles are really smart and easy going and are really easy to house train. They could have it down in a couple of weeks but some may take a little longer.