AwesomeDoodle only raises pure F1 or F1b AussieDoodles, so you can be assured you will have a true AussieDoodle, with no chance of inbreeding or line breeding. We recommend you avoid multi generation AussieDoodles, as many breeders are mixing any two “doodles” and calling them AussieDoodles. Inbreeding is very common with some breeders, but AwesomeDoodle does not do any line breeding or inbreeding.

Bottom line, AwesomeDoodle has sent home hundreds of AussieDoodle puppies to families who claim they have allergic reactions to dogs. No families have complained of allergies. If you’re allergies are mild to medium, we suggest a F1 or F1b. If more severe, we suggest a F1b.

If you’re considering an AwesomeDoodle AussieDoodle puppy and want to know what the puppy’s coat will look like as an adult, look at past puppies for the DADDY of that litter.

Check out this article for more information on our AussieDoodle coat types.

F1 AussieDoodle = (100% Aussie X 100% Poodle)

In most cases, you will get puppies that are non (or very low) shedding, and usually people with mild allergies are not affected.  The puppy will look like a cross between an Aussie and a poodle.  Hair will be long, wavy, and need to be trimmed and groomed.

non shedding doodles

beautiful hypoallergenic puppy

F1b AussieDoodle = (F1 AussieDoodle X 100% Poodle)

In most cases, you will get puppies that are completely non shedding, and these dogs are generally better for people with moderate / heavy allergies.   Hair is usually very curly. Notice how this F1B puppy is a little more curly than the F1 on the left.

hypoallergenic doodles

Hypoallergenic F1B aussiedoodle

3 facts to know before buying an AussieDoodle
Why the temperament of the AussieDoodle is so appealing
AussieDoodle Puppy Personality