What is an F1 Aussiedoodle?
F1 Aussiedoodles are a mix between a purebred Poodle and a purebred Australian Shepherd Dog. The result is a very playful, friendly, and super intelligent crossbreed that gets along great with children. If you are thinking about getting an F1 Aussiedoodle or have recently gotten one, you might wonder how large the dog will be when your F1 Aussiedoodle is full grown.
A full-grown F1 standard Aussiedoodle will weigh about 50 pounds and stand more than 15 inches at 12 months. The size of the parents dictates the size of the dog. There are exceptions to this rule, but those are rare enough that the 50 pounds and 15-plus inches estimate is a reliable way to estimate the eventual size of your puppy.
Remember, there are also F1 miniature Aussiedoodles which tend to be around 25 pounds and stand around 13 inches tall. It’s highly dependent on how big the parent breeding dogs are. In general, Aussiedoodles are 95% of their body weight at 12 months old. They are going to be 100% of their body weight at 2 years old. Here are the specifics that back up the numbers.
What Is an F1 Aussiedoodle?
An F1 Aussiedoodle is a first-generation mixture of a purebred Poodle and a purebred Australian Shepherd Dog. The dogs get bred from two purebred parents. As far as a bloodline, this is as pure of a Poodle and Australian Shepherd Dog mix as it gets.
The attraction of an F1 Aussiedoodle is the demeanor and intelligence of the offspring. While Aussiedoodles tend to have the same health issues as both breeds, they also come with all the benefits. Those include: