Our mission is to provide you with a beautiful, healthy, and well-mannered puppy. We know how special the bond between a dog and a human can be, and we take great pride in having the privilege to raise and provide you with a puppy. Learn why our Sheepadoodles puppies and adoption experience is the best choice for you.
What is a Sheepadoodle?
A Sheepadoodle is a result of crossing a Poodle and an Old English Sheepdog. Sheepadoodles have outgoing, playful, and adorable personalities. They are brilliant and adaptable, making them excellent for training. They love to play and be active, thus requiring regular exercise. Sheeepadoodles are hypoallergenic, which makes them great dogs for those who have allergies.
Most commonly, sheepadoodles are born with a black and white coat. However, sheepadoodles can have different colored coats and come in sizes ranging from 15-115 pounds depending on parents, genetics, and generation. The first generation is when a purebred poodle and OES have puppies, we call this an F1 Sheepadoodle. When born, F1 puppies' coats are typically black and white; however, they can also come in merle. Their black and white coats may fade into grey and white shades or stay black and white. You can usually tell by looking at the fibers at the bottom of the puppy's fur. If they haven't started turning grey after six months, the puppy's coat may remain black and white. If the puppies were born merle, they could have a light brown, grey, and white coat or a grey, white and black coat. Below are photos of F1 sheepadoodles, one with a classic black and white coat and the other a merle.
Old English Sheepdog
The Old English Sheepdog is distinguished by its long grey and white coat, making it look like a fluffy bear. Regular brushing is essential to ensure their hair doesn't begin to knot. They have minimal shedding of fur, which makes them great for those allergic. When OES are young, they typically have a black and white coat that will fade into grey and white as they grow older. This transition may show around the eyes at eight weeks, and around 4-6 months of age, their body's coat will start to transition into some shade of grey. Sheepdogs are quick, agile, and dogs that require regular exercise. They enjoy playing and are intelligent dogs making them ideal for training. They are social and sweet but can be stubborn at times. They make excellent family dogs because they are watchful, kind, thoughtful, and loyal.