Is a Sheepadoodle a large breed dog?

Is a Sheepadoodle a large breed dog? The Sheepadoodle is a cross of the Old English Sheepdog and Poodle, also known as Sheeppoo or Sheepdog Poodle Mix. It’s a medium to large dog breed at about 16 to 22 inches tall, weighing between 60 to 80 pounds.

At what age is a Sheepadoodle full grown? Standard Sheepadoodles generally reach half their adult weight between 4.5 and 6 months old. They will then attain their full adult weight between 12.5-16 months. You can get a rough estimate of their potential adult weight at 23 weeks simply by taking what they weigh at that age and multiplying it by two.

How big will a mini Sheepadoodle get? Mini Sheepadoodles will grow to a height of around 15 to 20 inches in height, although this can differ from dog to dog. They can weigh between 30 and 35 pounds but some Mini Sheepadoodles can be heavier than this range.

What are the different sizes of Sheepadoodles? 

Sheepadoodle Sizes
  • Mini. Standard. Medium. 25-40 lbs. The Small/Mini Sheepadoodles are small and convenient!
  • Medium. Standard. Medium. 40-55 lbs. The medium Sheepadoodle is a wonderful size.
  • Standard. Standard. Standard. 55-80 lbs. Our Standard size Sheepadoodles are a fun sturdy size.

Is a Sheepadoodle a large breed dog? – Additional Questions

Are Sheepadoodles barkers?

In spite of their size, Sheepadoodles don’t bark a lot. These gentle giants don’t usually bark when they meet new dogs or new people. They’re docile pups that like to interact and socialise. So if you’re looking for a natural guard dog or watch dog, you may want to consider another breed.

Are Sheepadoodles calm?

Sheepadoodle Temperament

These dogs are not usually anxious, somewhat calm, and very playful. Their eagerness to play and their love of children makes them the perfect family dog! These dogs are extremely social, very affectionate, and love to be around and please their families and owners.

What is a F2 Sheepadoodle?

F2 Sheepadoodle, or second generation, is a cross between two F1 Sheepadoodles. As with any other crossed breed, this is not the most favorable mix. If done over several generations, the genetic issues of both the Poodle and Old English Sheepdog may reappear.

What size is a micro Sheepadoodle?

The Micro Sheepadoodle size full grown will be about 15-16 inches tall and usually weigh less than 25 pounds.

What is a petite Sheepadoodle?

A Standard Sheepadoodle is a big hypoallergenic dog crossed between an Old English Sheepdog and a Standard Poodle, whereas a mini Sheepadoodle is an Old English Sheepdog crossed with a Miniature Poodle.

How big do F1 Sheepadoodles get?

Quick Sheepadoodle Facts
Quick Sheepadoodle Facts
Height 13-28 inches tall
Weight 45-80 lbs
Lifespan 12 years
Temperament Friendly, energetic, and social

Are Sheepadoodles hard to potty train?

The Sheepadoodle is a cross between a Old English Sheepdog and a Poodle. Potty training a Sheepadoodle can be very time consuming and extremely frustrating. The Puppy Apartment is a one bedroom, one bathroom home that teaches and trains your Sheepadoodle to always go potty in their own indoor doggie bathroom.

Why is my Sheepadoodle aggressive?

In most cases, they simply prefer to cuddle with their family members over strangers. Just like any dog though, if you don’t socialize and care for your Sheepadoodle, they may easily become aggressive. Most dogs become aggressive due to fear, which usually arises from strange situation.

Are Sheepadoodles smart?

Both Poodles and Old English Sheepdogs are known to be very intelligent breeds, making the Sheepadoodle easy to train. They respond best to positive reinforcement and treats as rewards. These obedient dogs will also love to be taught a variety of tricks, especially because they need to be mentally stimulated.

How often should you walk a Sheepadoodle?

Sheepadoodles are an active and playful breed. They require daily exercise, play, and activity to be a happy and healthy dog. A minimum of 30 minutes per day should be given to your Sheepadoodle to exercise through walks, playing, fetch, etc.

Are Sheepadoodles chewers?

Chewing – this applies to almost any puppy and a Sheepadoodle is no different. They love to chew things, almost anything, furniture, rugs, shoes, etc.

Do Sheepadoodles sleep alot?

8. But they nap hard, too. Once you’ve managed to run all their energy out of them, the Sheepadoodle is more than happy to find a spot on their dog bed to curl up and pass out.

Are Sheepadoodles hair or fur?

Sheepadoodles Don’t Shed

The Poodle has a tightly curly, non-shedding coat and the Old English Sheepdog has a long-haired double coat which sheds only seasonally, but these are both high maintenance breeds that require daily brushing and regular grooming to avoid matting.

Why do Sheepadoodles turn GREY?

Many, but not all Sheepadoodles turn gray as they age. Like many other Doodles, Sheepadoodles often inherit the fading gene. Most commonly, darker Sheepadoodles fade as they grow up and reach adulthood. For instance, Sheepadoodles who have black in their coat often fade into various tones of gray, silver, or blue.

Should I get a Bernedoodle or a Sheepadoodle?

Ultimately, either the Bernedoodle or the Sheepadoodle can be a great fit for your family. If you’re looking for a laid back lovable companion, probably the Bernedoodle is a better fit. If you want a playful exercise partner, the Sheepadoodle may well fit the bill.

Are Sheepadoodles nippy?

Sheepadoodles are easy enough to train, easier than some other dogs, especially when they are pups. However, as pups they can be very nippy, and they may attempt to herd young children, or even small animals if you do not train them appropriately.

How much should I pay for a Sheepadoodle?

How much does a Sheepadoodle cost? Most Sheepadoodles will cost between $1,000 and $3,000. The most common colors, black and black with white, are usually the least expensive, and the rarer colors such as red and white or chocolate tend to be on the higher end of the price range.

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