Previous Puppies born here!
Bently at his new home:
I'm looking for another dog for bently to hang out with. Any suggestions? I also have two people who would like bently clones. He's a great dog! He will be three October. ~Eulis
Jay in his new home:
I hope all is well. He's been a wonderful addition to our family! We may be looking for another puppy. ~Kyle
New puppy owner:
"Just wanted to send you a quick update on Gus (aka Boo). He is doing incredible, and we are so happy to have him in our family! He just graduated from a 6-week puppy class, and was the absolute star of the class. The trainer called him the Puppy Class Ambassador because whenever a new puppy would come, Gus would be put in a pen with the new puppy to ensure the new one could play properly. He is also incredibly smart, and already knows several commands and is potty-trained already. We are waiting on his final vaccinations, and then can’t wait to take him on walks on the beach. I will send you pictures as soon as I upload them onto my computer.
Thanks again for letting us bring Gus into our family-we couldn’t be happier!"
See our previous puppies who have gone to their new homes
Our puppies go to their new homes with their first vaccination and worming. We do not dock our puppies tails! They express themselves so much with their tails we don't want to take that away from them. Our puppies are usually black, chocolate, blue merle or chocolate merle with or without white.
They are started on wood pellets for potty training from 3 weeks old. They will transition easily to litter box training or outside pottying with some wood pellets in the box or outside. It will be up to you to let them out regularly and later teach them to ask to be let out.
The first generation cross sheds some in the spring so they need som brushing then. The 2nd generation bred back to a Poodle sheds less, but needs clipping because the fur doesn't shed out.
You can come here to pick up your puppy or we can deliver your puppy to the Sacramento, California area.
Aussiedoodles are in the beginning stages of development, so it is very important to only have quality healthy dogs in their lines. If you're planning to breed Aussiedoodles be sure to learn as much as possible about the breed and get advice from experienced breeders.