If you’re looking for Sheepadoodle puppies for sale, we’ve got you covered. We proudly breed with top quality parents and arrange pickup at our home or will meet you at our local airport. Sheepadoodles are playful, fluffy, and absolutely adorable. Our Sheepadoodles come as F1 and F2 generations, and we have standard Sheepadoodles and mini Sheepadoodles. Take a look below to see which puppies are still looking for their forever home.
About Our Sheepadoodle Puppies
As a designer dog breeder, we pride ourselves in raising Sheepadoodles the right way. We hand pick the parent dogs to make sure our puppies have superior genetics. And we back that up with a 2 year health guarantee! But genetics isn’t the only thing that makes a great puppy. The early weeks of development are crucial for instilling trust and kindness in puppies. With plenty of attention and personal care, all of our Sheepadoodle puppies for sale stand out as lively and obedient. Get ready to fall in love when you take home your brand new family friend!
Sheepadoodle Breed Information
Do Sheepadoodles Shed?
No! Sheepadoodle puppies are hypoallergenic, meaning they don’t shed and are far less likely to cause allergic reactions. However they do need to be brushed regularly to keep their coat soft and clean.
How Big Does a Sheepadoodle Get?
Due to the huge range of sizes in Poodles, Sheepadoodles can be anywhere from less than 20 pounds all the way up to 80 pounds!
Standard Sheepadoodle Size
Standard Sheepadoodles range from 45 to 80 pounds.
Mini Sheepadoodle Size
Mini Sheepadoodles range from 20 to 40 pounds.
Micro Sheepadoodle Size
Micro Sheepadoodles range 20 pounds and under.
What Are Sheepadoodles Like?
The Sheepadoodle personality results in a dog that is highly intelligent, easily trainable, active, energetic, loving, hypoallergenic, and a bit goofy! They’re generally best suited for active people and families since they need mental stimulation and regular exercise.
History of the Sheepadoodle
The Sheepadoodle dog breed was first developed as a military dog for the US Army in the 1960’s. The combination of a Poodle’s intelligence and an Old English Sheepdog’s bravery was thought to make a high quality working dog. However due to the happy-go-lucky and loving nature of the Sheepadoodle, the breed was quickly retired from military use. But the good news is that this little experiment resulted in a fantastic family dog! Around the 1980’s people started gaining appreciation of the hypoallergenic qualities of a Poodle coat. As a result, the Sheepadoodle started to increase in popularity during the early 2000’s. Nowadays the Sheepadoodle breed has exploded in popularity due to its similarity to the Goldendoodle. Sheepadoodles tend to be larger than their other Doodle counterparts such as the Labradoodle and Goldendoodle. The breed’s popularity really took off in 2017 and Poodles 2 Doodles is proud to be one of America’s premiere Sheepadoodle Breeders.
What Colors Are Sheepadoodles?
Unlike Bernedoodles and Goldendoodles, Sheepadoodles don’t have a lot of color variations. They are either:
- Black and white
- Parti (at least 50% white, with solid patches of any other color, usually black or grey)
- Blue merle (a more mottled look with blue colorations in the fur and eyes)
- Red and white (rare)
We don’t typically produce red and white Sheepadoodles, so if you’re holding your breathe for a puppy with red coloring, take a look at our Goldendoodle Puppies or Irish Doodles!
What Do The Different Generations Mean?
The different generations depict how much Poodle is in a Sheepadoodle puppies’ genes. This is relevant for people with severe allergies, since the more Poodle, the more hypoallergenic.
- F1 Sheepadoodle: Old English Sheepdog crossed with a Poodle
- F1b Sheepadoodle: F1 Sheepadoodle crossed with a Poodle
- F1bb Sheepadoodle: F1b Sheepadoodle crossed with a Poodle
- F2 Sheepadoodle: F1 Sheepadoodle crossed with an F1 Sheepadoodle
- F2b Sheepadoodle: F1 Sheepadoodle crossed with an F1b Sheepadoodle
- F3 Sheepadoodle: F1b Sheepadoodle crossed with an F1b Sheepadoodle
How Much Does a Sheepadoodle Cost?
Our Sheepadoodles range from between $3000 – $4000 depending on their coloration and size. View the full pricing breakdown on our Sheepadoodles pricing page.
What Does a Sheepadoodle Look Like?
Sheepadoodles have rounded or square faces along with an elongated snout. They are solid and have a sturdy build. The skull of a Sheepadoodle is dome shaped and a broad profile.
With their iconic low hanging ears, and medium set eyes they are an unmistakable breed. Coats range between curly and straight and do occassionally need trimming around the eyes.
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