Do Aussiedoodles shed a lot?
Aussiedoodles are typically very low-shedding dogs who greatly benefit from the Poodle in their genetic makeup. They often come with a single coat, or with a low-shedding undercoat that sheds considerably less than those of the Australian Shepherd parent.
What is an F1 Aussiedoodle?
F1 Aussiedoodles, or a first generation, is a 50/50 mix of Australian Shepherd and Poodle. Some experts and breeders claim this to be the healthiest generation. F1b results when an Aussiedoodle and a Poodle have been crossed
Why are Aussiedoodles are so popular?
Aussiedoodles are regarded as companion dogs since they like to be around people and love pleasing their owners. Additionally, Aussiedoodles are exceptionally loving, intelligent and friendly. They can weigh any where from 25 to 70 pounds depending on their parents sizes.
What does Phantom Aussiedoodle mean?
Phantom is a solid base color with sharply defined markings of a second color appearing above each eye, on the sides of the muzzle, on the throat or chest, on all four legs and feet, and below the tail. Any combination of acceptable colors is allowed.
What is Hybrid Vigor in a dog (like an Aussiedoodle)?
Hybrid Vigor is synonymous with heterosis and with crossbred vigour. It is the extent to which the average performance of first cross (F1) like an Aussiedoodle, for a specified trait is superior to the average performance of their parental strains/breeds for that same trait (Nicholas 2010)
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