Shepadoodle Puppies For Sale
Site Updated 6/15/2021
Litter Born May 14th - Now Taking Reservations
We are excited to announce a new litter born May 14th, ready for their new homes July 16th. The mom "Penny" is our gorgeous Blk/deep red GSD and the Dad is our handsome Standard Phantom Parti poodle "Curly". Expected adult weight of these pups is 50-80 lbs. All pups are DM free and will be either Blk/Red or Sable. All of our pups come with a 5 year written health guarantee. Please contact us to reserve your place in line for one of these exceptional intelligent pups or if you would just like some more info on this wonderful breed.
Full siblings from previous litter shown below
The Shepadoodle is a cross between a German Shepard and a Poodle.
These Doodles first came about in the 1960s as a more hypoallergenic police dog. They then went on to become Shepadoodle service dogs for people with allergies. It wasn’t long before America caught on to these intelligent dogs, and made them the next designer breed.
Shepadoodles temperament is usually calm and collected. These dogs are well behaved and intelligent. They know how to act in different situations and make excellent guard dogs. Their loyalty to their families is very strong. Early socialization is recommended from an early age to be around all pets and people alike without being people possessive.
These doodles have a moderate to high energy level. While they can be perfectly content spending the day inside with you, at younger ages, they are very active. They will need to have at least a one-hour long walk a day. Paired with some one-on-one playtime, your Shepadoodle will stay fit and happy. Staying healthy is extremely important for these dogs. If you allow them to be a couch potato, it won’t be long before they have gained weight and become unhealthy.
Shepadoodles are extremely easy to train. They respond well to positive reinforcement and a strong leader. If you are firm with your commands, your Shepadoodle will catch on quickly
The average Shepadoodle lives 12-15 years to give you plenty of time to love on your babies