F1 Aussiedoodle

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First generation aussiedoodles

 

First Generation standard size aussiedoodles
​*Please read our FAQ tab​​​ before contacting us!
Price range for our upcoming litters is $2000-2800 (please visit our FAQ for Full aussiedoodle price range)
​Parents are health tested and registered. hese puppies will be low - non shedding.
Puppies go home vet checked, vaccinated, dewormed,  with a puppy package and a 2 year health guarantee and 6 weeks of free puppy insurance​
Parents have OFA hips, elbows, heart and eye clearances as well as genetic testing DM, vWD, Pra-Prcd CLEAR


Traditional aussie coloured puppies are very high in demand and harder to breed for that specific colouring. We cannot guarantee colour but we can guarantee that you will have a healthy, wonderful family member.  

Why doodles

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Doodles for MANY reasons! Doodles provide the best of both breed. They are great for those with allergies or even for people who love a breed, but not all of the hair! One of the main reasons we love Doodles is for health reasons and something known as the Heterosis Effect.

Heteros Effect-

Purebreds and inbreeds often carry genetic disease. Heterosis is a theory in which the phenomenon of crossing two inbred lines can produce descendants with superior genetic foundation. In addition to the absence of inbreeding depressing, present in inbreed and purebred dogs in general, there is some remote inbreeding in any breed. 

Heterosis is also produced by overdominance, i.e. better combined function of two diverse genes (alleles) on a gene site (locus), compared to two identical (but harmless) ones. This increased health and vigor does not create a superior breed, but the advantages obtained from it are what produce hybrid vigor. This goal in this scenario is not to create a new breed, but to create a happy and healthy pet.The heterosis effect results in a healthier, more vigorous dog with a reduced chance of genetic disease.

It is well known in all domestic animal breeding that hybrids (50%-50% mixes of two different breeds) will raise the chances of having fewer genetic diseases because all doubling of detrimental effects will stop in the first generation. The genetic term for this is heterosis effect. This effect often gives non-related individuals stronger descendants than inbreeds. 

​Breeders who breed these hybrid dogs have stated their goal was to get healthy and happy dogs without genetic problems. Most breeders crossing with the poodle are looking for a soft, silky, non-shedding coat good for allergy sufferers.