Hi, I'm Wendy Wiederin, the owner of Country Time Doodles. I have had and loved dogs all of my life. Australian Shepherds have been my longtime favorite breed since I was a little girl and loved my best friend Huggy Bear. I have worked with 2 veterinarian clinics for a combined 10 years of education and exprience. It is also where I came to realize how many families could benefit from the beauty, loyalty, intelligence and athleticism of combining an Aussie with a poodle! It was a no brainer for me! My puppies are raised in a loving healthy home! We are very hands on with our puppies, so integrating into your home will be a smooth transition for your family. We offer a 2 year health guarantee for every puppy! We recently made the decision to donate to St. Jude's Children's Hopsital with each litter we have. I hope you enjoy the website, please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions!
We strive to bring your family the happiest and healthiest puppies possible. Each puppy is sent home with a puppy pack containing Life's Abundance Puppy Food along with a collar, leash, a few toys and a blanket that has been rubbed on the siblings.
When a puppy goes to thier new home, we hope the goal is for him or her to be your families FUREVER FRIEND! This type of companionship is priceless!
It's hard to say if the dog breeders who created the Aussiedoodle knew that crossing a poodle with an Australian shepherd would result in one of the smartest dogs on the planet, but they at least had a pretty good presumption. Both forebears are recognized for their uncanny brain power and perception. These dogs seem (almost) to be able to read their owners' minds, which can have several advantages.
The combination of Australian shepherds with poodles often and even inevitably introduces a wide range of physical differences in their pups. One reason is because both standard-size and miniature poodles are acceptable when breeding, which can mean the Aussiedoodle's size as well as color combinations can vary widely. In fact, no two of their pups are ever likely to look exactly the same, even from the same litter.
That's why these dogs can weigh in at a diminutive 25 pounds or as large as 75 pounds, which doesn't seem to bother either breeders or owners; it's the intelligence and temperamental assets of the breed and not a rigid standard of physical attributes that seem to be what people appreciate with this unique hybrid.
That said, some Aussiedoodles have tightly curled fur like a poodle; others may have straight, wiry hair, and the 12 commonly recognized colors can include variations of black, white, red, cinnamon, tan, silver, cream, blue, chocolate and combinations of the above. Although the Aussiedoodle entered the scene only in the last decade or two, they quickly became one of the most sought-after breeds. The puppies are incredibly cute, and as a companion dog they make wonderful additions to families and individuals.
-Credit Dr. Karen Shaw Becker-
Our babies are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend or to ask any questions.