AwesomeDoodle is now offering SheepaDoodles.

The BIG (and fluffy) announcement is here. We’re not kidding when we say BIG!

We already have one litter on the ground and at least 3 more litters planned this year. We plan on this being a permanent offering for AwesomeDoodle.

Tammy

How did this happen? When we started the AwesomeDoodle group, we were focused on AussieDoodles, but the original plan was to do other kinds of doodles as well. We have been asked about SheepaDoodles often, but up until now, we wanted to focus on perfecting our policies, and our AussieDoodle skills.

Now is the time to expand, and there’s no better choice than SheepaDoodles.

Shannon

At this time we have two partners who will be raising SheepaDoodles with us. Tammy comes to us with several litters of SheepaDoodles under her belt, and Shannon has a girl named Piper, who is trying to get pregnant this week. Shannon has already raised 3 litters of AussieDoodles with us.

SheepaDoodle FAQ

What’s the temperament of a SheepaDoodle?

newborn sheepadoodle

Our SheepaDoodles are only F1, which means they are 1/2 poodle, so obviously, they are still very intelligent and share half the characteristics of our AussieDoodles. But in general, the main difference, (besides being bigger) they are a little less maintenance, a little more “laid back”, and a little more

8 week old sheepadoodle

8 week old sheepadoodle

happy go lucky. Like Aussies, Old English Sheepdogs don’t want to be left alone, but are  more capable of being independent. They are known to be not as “intense” as an Aussie, very little barking, overall healthy dogs, and while playful, less energy than Aussies. They make great family pets. Old English Sheepdogs can be a little “Stubborn”, so extra attention to puppy recalls are encouraged when your SheepaDoodle is little.

Old English Sheepdogs shed very little, so combined with a poodle, they are nearly zero shedding.

I’m on the list! Can I sign up for a SheepaDoodle too?

Yup. Go to your profile and check the “Which Doodle” checkbox for SheepaDoodle,  AussieDoodle, or both. For SheepaDoodles, there are no color or size choices. If you don’t answer this option, we will only offer you an AussieDoodle.

Is there a separate waiting list for SheepaDoodles?

NOPE! If you’re already signed up to get an AussieDoodle, you still hold your original position on our master wait list. No one who signed up after you, will get to pick any puppy, including a sheepadoodle before you. If you’re on our list, and you’re the first one to tell us you want a SheepaDoodle, we will still offer them in order of sign up date.

If you’re not signed up yet and you ONLY want to sign up for a SheepaDoodle, the process is the same. Just let us know in your profile that you only want a sheepadoodle and we won’t offer you any other breed.

Is the health guarantee the same? Do you health test your Sheepdogs?

Yes, yes, yes. Nothing about our policies will change with the way we raise and support sheepadoodles. While our Website and VIP articles are geared around AussieDoodles, they are still applicable to any *Doodle. SheepaDoodles are known to live healthy lives of 12-15 years.

Do I get AwesomeDoodle’s VIP membership and lifetime support with a SheepaDoodle?

Yes

When will I be offered a SheepaDoodle?

We don’t have an estimated wait time for SheepaDoodles just yet. As of May 2020, we plan to have 4-6 litters of SheepaDoodles per year.

The pick process for SheepaDoodles is the same for our AussieDoodles. Keep an eye on your email; we will give you a 48 hour “opt in” email litter announcement before we offer, so you can decide if you want a pick a puppy from that litter or not.

We’re excited for you to get your new puppy. Thank you for choosing AwesomeDoodle.