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Shepadoodle Breed Information

Shepadoodle

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Sheep-A-Poo
   
Mispellings: Sheepapoo, Shepadoddle
   
 

Living with a Shepadoodle

Temperament: Shepadoodles are loyal, faithful, versatile, calm, fearless, courageous, self-confident, reliable, protective, responsive, alert and aloof. Shepadoodles do not warm up fast to strangers and some may be timid, anxious, nervous, shy, and may bite. They have the tendancy to over guard, be nervous, aggressive, vicious, timid or fearful.

Family Dog: Shepadoodles make good family dogs with proper training and socialization. They should be supervised around children.

Grooming: Shepadoodles require daily brushing.

Training: Shepadoodles are very intelligent and obedient. They require thourough discipline and early training.

Weather: Shepadoodles prefers cooler climates.

Exercise: Shepadoodles need daily exercise.

Shepadoodle Appearance

Appearance: Shepadoodles are robust, supple, elongated, muscular, and dignified in appearance.

Size: Shepadoodles can be 22-26 inches tall and around 85-95 pounds when fully grown.

Color: Shepadoodles can be black, tan, cream, solid black, solid white or solid sable.

Coat: Shepadoodles have a dense, harsh, thick, stiff, flat, coarse coat.

Shepadoodle Facts

Life Expectancy: Shepadoodles can live to be 12-13 years of age.

Characteristics: Shepadoodles are very strong dogs.

More Info: Shepadoodles make ideal herding, police, police, guard, guide, companion, assistance or watch dogs. Shepadoodles love the outdoors.

Shepadoodle Health

Health: Shepadoodles are susceptible to arthritis, hip dysplasia, eye disease, and gastric ailments.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.


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