Female • 11 weeks
Puppy ID #667389
DOB December 7, 2020
Available I'm ready today!
Mom's Weight 30 - 35 lbs
Dad's Weight 14 - 16 lbs
Registry Not registered
4/4 steps complete
Bonded with Mom
The Aussiedoodle is a cross between an Australian Shepherd and a Poodle. Each of those breeds is considered one of the more intelligent breeds, so crossing the two makes for a super-smart pup! Aussiedoodles are extremely patient, which makes them wonderful for families with small children. While Aussiedoodles love to be active, they are just as happy curling up at your feet as they are playing outside.Read More
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We were a little worried when we tried to arrange to pick up our puppy but we were told it was too late to change. $ was not the issue. She was delivered to us in a van with 20 other animals but seems to have faired well. She is happy, well adjusted and not at all affected by the experience. The driver was great and really seemed to care.
Great options with choice of puppy. My only negative was my inability to speak with puppy manager. When I finally got follow-up it was always a different person. Would be helpful to have one main contact. Love my little Arlo and he is adjusting well. Perfect puppy for me! My 9 yr old Basset is slowly accepting him.
We did not know what to expect as we never used a breeder before with our prior dogs. Everything was very efficient and we knew everything that was going on with our pup from 6werks old up until she came home at 8 1/2 weeks. my pup is heathy and doing amazing. The breeder got her used to noises and she must have been crate trained a bit because she slept through the night and continues to do so since night 1. We love Ella and could not be happier! My only thing would be delivery, we saw she landed at 9:30 but did not get to our house until 6pm and our only phone call was at 5:30, but we knew she was in good hands.