17 Adorable Pictures of Aussiedoodle Puppies To Make Your Day

Four Aussiedoodle puppies

The Aussiedoodle isn't a purebred dog, but a hybrid between the Australian Shepherd and Poodle. The Poodle is noted for being one of the smartest dog breeds and bringing tons of cuteness to any hybrid. On the other hand, the Australian Shepherd is, hands down, the most beautiful dog breed in addition to being brilliant. Their offspring, the Aussiedoodle, is a happy, super smart, and high-energy dog that needs to keep its body and mind busy. Not only are these dogs smart and energetic, but they look great too!

Needless to say, the Aussie and Poodle are two of the most intelligent dogs with two of the most beautiful coats. Aussiedoodles' curly, wavy, or straight coats are stunning to behold, and an Aussiedoodle puppy is heartbreakingly cute. If you are feeling a bit down and in need of a pick-me-up, look no further than these cute photos of Aussiedoodle puppies, which are sure to bring a smile to your face!

#1. A Miniature Aussiedoodle Puppy

A Miniature Aussiedoodle Puppy

Aussiedoodles come in three sizes: The Toy Aussiedoodle, Miniature Aussiedoodle, and Standard Aussiedoodle. According to Wag, the Miniature Aussiedoodle is a cross between a Mini Australian Shepherd, aka Mini American Shepherd, and a Mini Poodle. Miniature Aussiedoodles are small dogs, measuring 12 to 18 inches in height and weighing between 15 and 35 pounds. By all accounts, these designer dogs are loyal and friendly and will make a perfect addition to any family.

#2. A Toy Aussiedoodle Puppy

A Toy Aussiedoodle Puppy

The Toy Aussiedoodle is likely a hybrid between a Toy Poodle and a Mini Australian Shepherd. Adult Toy Aussiedoodles usually stand 10 to 12 inches tall and weigh about 15 pounds. They generally stop growing at 7.5 to 11 months. Toy Aussiedoodles are fully grown before their first birthday, thus they are dubbed toy dogs for their size.

#3. A Standard Aussiedoodle Puppy

A Standard Aussiedoodle Puppy

The Standard Aussiedoodle is a cross between the Standard Poodle and the Australian Shepherd. Standard Aussiedoodles weigh up to 75 pounds and generally range from 19-24 inches at the shoulder.


A merle Aussiedoodle puppy

Aussiedoodles can have curly, wavy, or straight coats and can be black, brown, and red. They can also be red merle and blue merle. The red merle coat exhibits a striking pattern that combines various shades of red, cream, and white, while the blue merle Aussiedoodle's coat color features a captivating pattern of black, gray, and white patches. This pattern creates the appearance of a marbled or speckled coat.


A merle Aussiedoodle puppy


A cute blue merle Aussiedoodle puppy

Aussiedoodles are known for their high energy levels, thus they aren't recommended for non-active families. A reputable breeder can try to help you select one based on energy level, though. Aussiedoodles are always up for a family adventure—especially hikes and long walks, as well as trips to the park. These dogs' coats also require frequent grooming and trims to keep them looking their best. Due to the required upkeep on their coats and their high energy levels, Aussiedoodles are deemed high-maintenance.


Merle Aussiedoodle puppy


Merle Aussiedoodle puppy


Merle Aussiedoodle puppy


An f1 Aussiedoodle puppy

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An adorable Aussiedoodle puppy


An adorable blue merle Aussiedoodle puppy


An adorable red merle Aussiedoodle puppy


A cute red merle Aussiedoodle puppy


a red mere Aussiedoodle with blue eyes

Aussiedoodles' expressive round eyes, which can be blue, soft green, light amber, or deep brown, are truly striking. Some Aussiedoodles even have different-colored eyes, also known as heterochromia, a condition that commonly occurs in  Australian shepherds. Aussiedoodles typically have round heads, short muzzles with occasional mustaches, and wooly and floppy ears, albeit both parent breeds have long, narrow snouts.


Two adorable Aussiedoodle puppies


A cute blue merle Aussiedoodle puppy

Australian shepherds are famous livestock herders whereas Poodles are water retrievers. Thus, some Aussiedoodle puppies may possess a natural herding instinct, while others may display both instinctual behaviors of herding and retrieving. Your Aussiedoodle might attempt to herd your children by nipping at their heels. Although this is not considered an aggressive behavior, you shouldn't permit it, or else it can become a real problem. Thankfully, Aussiedoodles are smart and highly trainable and can be thought to stop this behavior.

Aussiedoodles are generally healthy dogs with an average life expectancy of 10 to 13 years. However, every breed is prone to certain health issues and the Aussiedoodle is no exception. This hybrid dog may develop health conditions common to both parent breeds. Although good breeding will minimize the risk of inherited issues, Aussiedoodles can still be prone to hip and elbow dysplasia, hereditary eye defects, and epilepsy, according to the US Australian Shepherd Association. The Poodle Club of America, on the other hand, notes that the Aussiedoodle is prone to Addison's disease, aka adrenal insufficiency, which is a rare disorder of the adrenal glands.

It is advisable to talk to your veterinarian about these conditions in your Aussiedoodle.

In the U.S., Aussiedoodles usually cost $1,200–$4,000, depending on factors such as age and coat color, with merle Aussiedoodles often being pricier. If you are bringing home an Aussiedoodle puppy or an adult dog, here are the essential supplies you need for your new arrival.

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