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ADULT DOGS are  typically dogs that we have used in our breeding program, but could be dogs that were held back for breeding and we decided to sell - OR - puppies that we held back for training.  I truly believe that all dogs, particularly females that I use in my breeding program, deserve a wonderful forever home once they are no longer a part of my breeding program.  I do not breed every heat cycle and I typically only hold on to my females no longer than three - four years.  They will come vaccinated and spayed/neutered (unless otherwise noted below.) 

  • All pricing below are pet prices. 

  • Adults come current on vaccinations, vet checked and a 5-year genetic health guarantee.

AUSSIEDOODLES
BRANDI, F1 DARK BROWN AUSSIEDOODLE - 90% trained

$500/pet only*
BORN 2/14/15

* Would normally be $1,800 but have discounted for the time to work with her.
She's an awesome dog; just needs more socialization.  90% TRAINED!

  

NEEDS A LITTLE T.L.C. | SPEND A LITTLE TIME SOCIALIZING | "DIAMOND IN THE RUFF!"
She was held back for my breeding program, but unfortunately, has not become pregnant after multiple breedings, so she's being sold as a PET ONLY.

This girl is nice and REALLY SWEET once she warms up to you; HOWEVER, she needs someone to work with her on socialization.  I recently moved and have not had the time that I wanted to spend with her.  Once you have, you will have an amazing girl for years to come.  She is a solid dark brown F1 (50% poodle / 50% Australian Shepherd) Aussiedoodle.  She is currently shaved short, but I will be providing photos of her with her full coat and her current style.  She is very smart and does not shed as much as an Australian Shepherd.  She has many good qualities that will make working with her worth the extra time!  I would NOT suggest she go to a busy/hectic household; that might be too chaotic for her.  I would also NOT recommend a house with small children.  Not that they would be in danger, but I think it would make her too anxious and it would make it harder for her settle into a new home.  She is crate trained, housebroken and walks on leash.