Sheepadoodles are hybrid dogs. They’re a cross between a Standard Poodle and an Old English Sheepdog.
These dogs have beautiful, soft coats which are usually black and white. They can also have brown, red, or silver coat colors.
Sheepadoodles have excellent dispositions, making them perfect family dogs. Their large size and family loyalty also make them good guard dogs.
Bernedoodles are hybrid dogs. They’re a cross between a Bernese Mountain dog and a Standard Poodle.
Bernedoodles coats can be curly, wavy, wiry, or straight and they are usually bi- or tri- colored. Coat colors can include black, white, chocolate, and tan.
Bernedoodles are playful, friendly, gregarious, and well rounded.
Adult Bernedoodles usually weigh 50 lbs. or more.
Like other doodles, the Bernadoodle is intelligent, easy to train, mostly hypo-allergenic, and sheds very little.
Poodles’ coats are curly or wavy and they are usually solid or bi- colored. Coat colors can include black, white, chocolate, apricot, red, blue or a combination of these.
They are mostly hypo-allergenic, and shed very little.
Poodles excel at obedience.
Due to their high intelligence, it is important to keep a poodle’s mind active. This can be done through obedience training or games.
The Standard Poodle is the largest of the poodle varieties and is traditionally known as a working dog.
Poodle weights can range anywhere from 15 – 70 pounds depending on the variety and sex of the dog.
Old English Sheepdog Facts
Old English Sheepdogs are most known for their shaggy coats, large bodies, and agreeable nature. Their coats are white mixed with either black or gray. Their eyes are dark brown, blue, or one of each.
The AKC describes OES as equally famed for their many fine house dog qualities: watchfulness, courage, kindliness, and intelligence. They make wonderful family dogs.
Regular exercise is required to keep these dogs satisfied.
Adult Old English Sheepdogs usually weigh 60 – 100lbs.