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Mini Aussiedoodle Breed Information

A cross between a purebred Mini Poodle and a purebred Mini Australian Shepherd (both referred to as “Einstein dogs”), the Mini Aussiedoodle, also known as “the Mini Aussiepoo” and “the Mini Aussiepoodle”, is a very popular and very gifted designer hybrid breed. With a sweet puppy face, small almond shaped eyes, a cute puppy nose and adorable floppy ears, an elegant and proud demeanor, an agile mindset and a happy fun attitude, the Mini Aussiepoo truly has it all – Brains, Looks and Personality! Fluffy and cuddly, the Miniature Aussiedoodle is a small dog with an average weight between 15 to 35 pounds and an average height between 12 to 18 inches, and a silky, soft to the touch hypoallergenic coat. Exceedingly bright with a curious nature and a high sense of adventure, the Mini Aussiedoodle is an excellent companion for outdoorsy people.

BREED TYPE / MIX Doodle Hybrid / Poodle crossed with a Mini Australian Shepherd ENERGY Moderate SHEDDING Minimum TRAINING Responsive TEMPERAMENT Loving, Energetic, Intelligent, Loyal, Outgoing ADULT WEIGHT 8-25 lbs ADULT HEIGHT 12-18 in LIFE SPAN 12-15 yrs

Mini Aussiedoodle Characteristics

  • Its love for all things nature and adventure makes the Mini Aussiedoodle an excellent hiking companion
  • The Mini Aussiedoodle puppies are highly adaptable – they feel equally at home in a country side farm as well as in a city apartment
  • Clever and eager to learn, the Miniature Aussiepoodles are fun and easy to train pups
  • The Miniature Aussiedoodle (Mini Aussiepoo or Mini Aussiepoodle) is confortable in both hot and cold climates
  • Very friendly and outgoing, the Mini Aussiepoodle is great with children of all ages and makes fast friends with other pets and strangers
  • The Miniature Aussiedoodles have hypoallergenic coats with minimal to no shedding

Mini Aussiedoodle Breeders

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Mini Aussiedoodle Appearance

True to its parent breeds, the Miniature Aussiedoodle (Mini Aussiepoodle or Mini Aussiepoo) is small in appearance with an average weight between 15 to 35 pounds and an average height between 12 to 18 inches. The Mini Aussiepoodle has a sturdy built body, a sweet puppy face, black brown or blue almond shaped eyes, a medium sized muzzle, a cute small nose, small floppy ears and a puffy tail. The Mini Aussiedoodle coat is hypoallergenic, soft to the touch and silky, it can vary from straight to wavy or curly, it can come in a variety of gorgeous colors such as white, blue, black, yellow, brown, red silver or gray, and it can have a variety of patterns and markings. With its sturdy built body, its forever young looks, its strength and its speed, the Mini Aussiedoodle is fully equipped to win in beauty contests as well as agility sports.

Mini Aussiedoodle Temperament

The Mini Aussiedoodles (Mini Aussiepoos or Mini Aussiepoodles) are exceedingly bright and agile dogs, their brave and loyal nature coupled with their colorful personalities have made them one of the most popular designer hybrid breeds. Clever, curious and eager to please, the Miniature Aussiedoodle puppy is very easy to train, loves mental stimulation and is always excited to learn new tricks that it can use to impress with later. Its exceptional intelligence and its capacity and eagerness to learn, has led many to believe that there is nothing a Mini Aussiepoo can’t do when it comes to training. The Mini Aussiedoodle is a highly active dog with an adventurous spirit and a great love for games, canine sports and any outdoor activities (from swimming to hiking). The Miniature Aussiepoodle is a loyal, gentle and affectionate dog and whatever it receives, it gives back tenfold. Great with other pets, strangers and children of all ages, gentle, loving and disciplined, the Miniature Aussiedoodle puppy makes an excellent companion for first time pet owners. The Mini Aussiedoodles are active and sporty as they are calm and affectionate and they love to cuddle just as much as they love to play.

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Mini Aussiedoodle History

During the 1990’s in the United States, when designer hybrid breeds started to emerge and become extremely popular, breeders aimed to create a new hybrid breed (the Miniature Aussiedoodle) by crossing a purebred Mini Poodle with a purebred Mini Australian Shepherd. The aim was to create a Mini Aussiedoodle (Mini Aussiepoo or Mini Aussiepoodle) dog who would inherit the hypoallergenic coat of the Poodle, coupled with its proud and elegant demeanor, the brave nature and colorful personality of the Mini Australian Shepherd, and the exceptional intelligence and agility of both parent breeds. Although not much else is known about the history of the Mini Aussiedoodle, we can take a look back at the history of the Mini Australian Shepherd and the Mini Poodle parent breeds to learn more about the hybrid breed.

The Miniature Australian Shepherds were first developed during the 1960’s in the United States by breeding the smallest pups of the Australian Shepherd’s litters in order to create a smaller version of the breed who would inherit all of its wonderful qualities. A hard working herder, a skilled performer in agility sports, an excellent therapy dog and a loyal and loving companion, the Miniature Australian Shepherd has quickly become a favorite across Europe and the United States.

The Poodle, who now holds second place as most intelligent dog, has been depicted in paintings and other artworks since the 13th century across Europe. Highly intelligent, hardworking, an excellent hunting retriever, proud, agile and elegant, the Poodle has been a favorite at royal courts throughout history, being especially adored at the King’s Court in France during the 18th century.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Miniature Aussiedoodle? A Miniature Aussiedoodle is a hybrid mix between a Poodle and an Australian Shephard.

How big will my Miniature Aussidoodle get? A Mini Aussiedoodle will grow to be 15 inches to 17 inches with a weight between 15 to 35 pounds.

What is the average life span of a Miniature Aussiedoodle? The average life span is 10 to 12 years of age.

Are Miniature Aussiedoodle’s easily trainable? These intelligent pooches are eager to please, which makes training easy. But keep in mind, like any dog the best results come from starting training very early and socializing your little one.

Do Miniature Aussiedoodle’s like to swim? Yes! These pups love the water. In fact, you may have a hard time getting them out!

Do Miniature Aussiedoodle’s make good working dogs? Absolutely. Both Australian Shephards and Poodles are working breeds and that carries into their kin. These energetic pups with their eager to please attitude love to be given tasks.

What colors are Miniature Aussiedoodle’s available in? Miniature Aussiedoodle’s come in mostly mixed colors that can include, white, blue, silver, red, brown, gray, black.

Are Mini Aussiedoodle’s a good family pet? They are friendly dogs who are devoted to their families and make excellent pets.

Do they get along well with other animals? Yes. But as with any dog, early socialization is best to get these little once acquainted with other animals.

Does the Miniature Aussiedoodle’s shed? Most are non-shedding, but some can lose a little bit of hair.

How much exercise and activity do they require? Miniature Aussiedoodle’s are bursting with energy and are always ready to go. They will need daily walks (2 is better) and plenty of active play each day. They love to swim, which is a great way to burn off some energy.

How often should they be groomed? The Miniature Aussiedoodle has minimal grooming requirements. Most are non-shedding, but some can lose a little bit of hair. Brushing your dog once a week is adequate.

What size crate should I have for my Miniature Aussiedoodle? A medium sized crate, will give them ample room to keep them comfortable.

What is the temperament of a Miniature Aussiedoodle? This friendly pooch is full of love and devotion and is eager to please. They are bursting with energy and they love to play.

Are they suitable for families? Yes, in fact they thrive in a family. They need to be with their humans all the time and soak up as much attention as they can get.