Aussiedoodle Q&A

Do these dogs shed?

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My Aussie shed very little. The only time he seems to shed is if he has not been brushed in a few days. But shedding is very minimum.


My 1 year old chocolate A-D does shed some very fine hair that it mostly noticeable when wearing dark clothes. We also find tuffs of fine fur balls behind furniture etc.


My first generation Aussiedoodle dose not shed.


No they don't shed but they do need to be brushed regularly.


Most do Not shed hair or dander, However these are after Hybrids, there is not guarantees with any doodle


My Aussie-doodle does not shed at all. She will lose hair while brushing but that is all. She needs to be brushed at least once a week but even in Spring her hair doesn't fall out except with brushing.


My Aussie-doodle does not shed at all. She will lose hair while brushing but that is all. She needs to be brushed at least once a week but even in Spring her hair doesn't fall out except with brushing.


My Aussie is almost a year old and is brushed daily but there are fur balls everywhere. We love her but are disappointed with the hair.


I have two Aussiedoodles. One with wavier, softer hair sheds. The other has curlier, coarser hair does not.


At 10 months, our first generation doesn't. The only shedding was during the process of losing his puppy fur. Which is normal even with pure poodles. I love my guy. Sweet, cute and gets along with other animals.


I have a first generation, and he sure does. Although, it's not nearly as bad as a pure Australlian.


I have a first generation, and he sure does. Although, it's not nearly as bad as a pure Australlian.


pith


Yes,but not like other breeds as their coats are soft, more like a cat. If not groomer they will leave hair in a clump on the carpet. If they are groomer regularly you won't notice any hair on furniture or carpets.



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