Sheepadoodle Puppies For Sale – Mini Sheepadoodles
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When we mix two of the most loved breeds in the world together we get : Sheepadoodles!!
The mini Sheepadoodle is a hybrid dog breed resulting from breeding a Moyen Poodle with an Old English Sheepdog. The Mini Sheepadoodle is an excellent cross breed that is growing in popularity.
Sheepadoodle’s positive personality traits are innumerable — They absolutely love everyone they meet. They are friendly, intelligent, and accepting nature. Their talents extend much further.
They are highly affectionate, gentle, and patient. Mini Sheepadoodle’s make excellent family companions, especially since they actively enjoy human company. They are loyal and, with proper reward based training, can be highly obedient. They do have a playful side and can be mischievous if the mood hits.
Sheepadoodle Breed Standards:
The best part about Sheepadoodle’s is that they can be bred 3 different ways, making 3 different size dogs:
Standard Sheepadoodle: The first way is a Standard Sheepadoodle, these are big dogs. They weigh anywhere from 60-100lbs full grown and are absolutely beautiful.
Mini Sheepadoodle’s: You should expect a mini to get anywhere from 25-50 lbs.
Micro Sheepadoodle’s: There are only a handful of breeders that do this size and you can expect them to be 30 lbs and under. All of these sizes don’t change their temperament and love of people.
Open Range’s Breeding Standard and Quality Excellence:
Open Range Puppies are bred with health, conformity, and temperament in mind at all times. Our Dam’s and Sire’s are AKC purebred (many times of championship lines). In addition to high quality breed standards we also OFA and DNA test our breeding stock. We only breed F1 and F1b doodles. F1 means 50%/50% Old English Sheepdog and Poodle. F1b means an F1 dog bred back to a poodle.
It is important to make sure there has been OFA and DNA testing done on the sire and dam. You can ask your breeder if they have been OFA tested for Hip Dysplasia or problems with their elbows. The DNA tests can be a range of tests but they are usually breed specific. Make sure these are also done! There are not a lot of breeders that do this and it is an important step in breeding for high quality dogs.
Sheepadoodle’s can be registered through the CKC. If your breeder does not offer that you should still be able to do it with a little information from them. As long as the parents are registered with the AKC or UKC the CKC will then make a registration available for your dog. Check to make sure the the stock your puppy is coming from is of the highest quality by making sure they are registered AKC, CKC or UKC and also with the OFA.