We raise all Colors of AussieDoodle Puppies. Why get a golden doodle when you can get a colorful AussieDoodle?

Below are the colors we offer and typical wait times. For specific sizes or genders, the wait time could be a little longer. Click here to see if we have any available aussiedoodle puppies.

(Black Tuxedo, Black bi-color, Black Tri , Black Phantom: 0-1 month)

(Red or Chocolate Tuxedo, Red/Choco bi Color, Red/Choco Tricolor 0-2 months)

(Red Merle: 1-3 months)

(Blue Merle: 1-4 months)

**Some Rare Puppies may take 1-2 years**

We raise all sizes of AussieDoodle Puppies.

We have lots of different sizes, from Toy all the way to standard size. The majority of our puppies are in the “mini” size, so please note that Toy or Standard sizes may be a little longer wait time. While some breeders misquote the expected size of their puppies, we estimate the full grown size of your puppy, based on the weights of mom and dad. You’ll hear lots of different opinions on sizing, and while every dog is an individual, here is our general guideline for our dogs, based on our experience:

Standard (45+lbs)
Pros: Larger dogs tend to mature a little quicker, at around 1 year old. Larger dogs tend to be the most intelligent; the type of dog that can read your mind and learn hundreds of phrases. They also are usually the quickest to potty train.
Cons: Large dogs take up a lot of space in the house and in your car. They aren’t the best frizbee dogs because of the impact on their joints. Larger dogs wear out quicker and if you’re looking for a jogging partner, they may not be the best choice. While our AussieDoodles are not typically barkers, the bigger the dog, the louder the bark.

Toy (under 15lbs)
Pros: Small dogs are much more portable and don’t take up much space in your car. They are easy to carry around, eat less, poop less, and easier to maintain. They are great family dogs very loyal (and sometimes protective) to their owners. They love their toys and love to play fetch with a ball. They can travel under the seat in a carrier, on an airplane.
Cons: Smaller dogs usually take longer to mature and longer to potty train. They require much more socializing in the first 16 weeks of life, and if you don’t socialize them properly, you could end up with a fearful dog, who barks incessantly at strangers or other dogs. Since they are so small, they may not be a good jogging partner and won’t be a frizbee star at the park. Small dogs are more prone to having a slight (but harmless) under bite.

Mini  (15-45lbs)
Pros: Mini Size is the sweet spot size, and the reason we raise so many puppies in this range. They are go anywhere, do anything, all around perfect size dog. They can keep up with you on the trails, and can leap 4ft into the air to catch a flying disc. They are good swimmers  They have very few health problems, don’t take up much space, and in general, potty train quickly and are high intelligence. Properly socialized, they end up to be affectionate, athletic, and incredible family members.
Cons: None.