About the Shepadoodle
The Shepadoodle is a hybrid dog that is made up of a combination of two different purebreeds. It's a cross between the German Shepherd and the Standard Poodle. We've found the best method for understanding the characteristics of the Shepadoodle is to read both of its ancestors descriptions taking note of their temperaments, size and general look.
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The Shepadoodle is energetic, athletic and intelligent. Most have a warm, loving nature and do well with children as long as they are socialized from birth. They are quick learners and training is easy. This breed is known to potty train easily after some initial crate training. The Shepadoodle is known to be a high energy breed and will need sufficient exercise to maintain a well balanced dog. It enjoys hiking and time spent outside. A well exercised Shepadoodle is a happy Shepadoodle.
The Shepadoodle may be prone to a sensitive stomach and require premium grades of food.
The Shepadoodle is hypoallergenic and doesn’t shed.
Generally the Shepadoodle is non-shedding, but some are known to be shedders. If shedding occurs, it is light shedding for the most part. The hair and dander of the Shepadoodle does not appear to affect those with allergies.
The Shepadoodle requires outside time each day as well as regular walks. This breed is capable of running up to 6 miles and will still have energy to spare. This breed is well suited to life with other dogs.
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which makes for the best parent of shepadoodle....mother- Standard Poodle or mother German Shepherd?? thanks....Asked by Anonymous - Array answers