Best Sheepadoodles desires to place Sheepadoodle puppies of exceptional health, temperament and looks in great-fit forever homes.
LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL gREENVILLE, south carolina, OUR Sheepadoodle PUPPIES ARE TENDERLY RAISED IN OUR HOME WHERE THEY ARE WELL SOCIALIZED WITH OUR CHILDREN.
Sheepadoodles are 50% Old English Sheepdog and 50% Poodle.
Often Goldendoodle or Labradoodle owners looking for a larger dog get a Sheepadoodle.
Typical Sheepadoodle colors are black, black and white, or red and white (rare).
Sheepadoodles are comparable to Goldendoodles with the following differences:
Sheepadoodles are usually larger
Sheepadoodles are usually more likely to be a watch dog
Sheepadoodles have more striking colors (usually)
Sheepadoodles typically have blockier head shapes
Both are outstanding with children, are typically very healthy and tend to love the water
A Sheepadoodle's hybrid vigor is the result of crossing two diverse gene pools (Poodles + Old English Sheepdog). Frequently the resulting Sheepadoodle puppy (OES/Poodle) has fewer health issues than either parent breed would have.
We never ship puppies as we think it provides a terrible start. We have people from all over the U.S. (and Canada) drive to one of our pick up homes to get a Sheepadoodle puppy; fly to us and fly back with their Sheepadoodle in the passenger compartment, or have us hand deliver their puppy for 60 cents a mile.
gentle, inquisitive, & loyal companions
Why Get a Sheepadoodle?
Why would a person get a Sheepadoodle? Almost anyone who has owned an Old English Sheepdog has fallen in love with this double-coated shaggy dog. Known for their wildly thick low-shedding coats, Old English Sheepdogs were originally farm dogs/companions with several purposes. They are affectionate, but not overly dependent. To friendly to be a good guard dog, the size and loud bark of the Old English Sheepdog, helps them excel as watch dogs. Their herding instinct will sometimes kick in when the Old English Sheepdog gets protective of children. They're very watchful over children, and like to know where their "kids" are at all times.
Why would you consider a Sheepadoodle instead of a purebred Old English Sheepdog?
Although you never can perfectly predict which trait a hybrid doodle puppy will get, many people find the Sheepadoodle to have these added benefits over an Old English Sheepdog.
Sheepadoodles are usually healthier
hybrid vigor typically makes a doodle healthier than its original purebred counterpart
additionally poodles tend to be a very healthy breed with few hip problems
Sheepadoodles are usually very friendy
might still be a watch dog
but not not as territorial as a purebred OES
Sheepadoodles are intelligent; since poodles are practically geniuses
Sheepadoodles are easier to train than a purebred Old English Sheepdog
Poodles are very eager to please,
Whereas the OES can be somewhat stubborn
Sheepadoodles are usually non-shedding.
Most Sheepadoodle owners say their dog is non-shedding
Pure Old English Sheepdogs are usually low-to-moderate shedders
Sheepadoodles are non-drueling.
Sheepadoodles usually love the water.
Poodles were originally water retrievers
Sheepadoodles are nice exercise companions.
A Sheepadoodle tends to be a much better jogging partner than an Old English Sheepdog who may try to herd you the entire time.
Also Sheepadoodles usually have a little lighter bone structure (though they appear just as fluffy with their thick coats)
Sheepadoodles usually travel very well.
Sheepadoodles are known for being outstanding with children (not as likely to herd children as a pure OES).
Sheepadoodles have more color options than a purebred Old English Sheepdog.
Mini Sheepadoodles give you additional sizing options than you wouldn't have with an OES.
Like most standard poodles, the vast majority of Sheepadoodles are very friendly to other animals (cats, guinea pigs, etc).
Most doodle owners love their present doodle so much that they swear that they will never own another non-doodle dog. Sheepadoodles provide an additional doodle variety for someone who already owns a Labradoodle, Goldendoodle, or Aussiedoodle. Click here for the Crockett Doodles website which explains differences between various doodles.
Willow is a beauty
Willow's outstanding temperament matches her good looks. Sometimes we let her get a little shaggy, and then when we have her groomed she looks like a different dog.
We love Our Old English Sheepdog
Willow, is an outstanding Old English Sheepdog. We did a lot of research to find a great breeder, who would sell Willow with breeding rights. We love her temperament, and Willow is great with our kids. Unlike some other Doodle crosses (Labradoodles, Goldendoodles, etc), the Old English Sheepdog sheds very little to begin with. So the resulting puppy has a very, very strong chance of being non-shedding and hypoallergenic.
With Sheepadoodles, you're crossing a non-shedding breed (poodle) with a very low shedding breed (Old English Sheepdog) instead of a high shedding breed (like a Lab) with a non-shedding breed (like a poodle).
At Crockett Doodles, we have several male poodles (like Indy, pictured here) who can be the dad’s for our Sheepadoodle puppies.
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We're pleased to announce a standardSheepadoodle litter that should be born the end of August 2017. These Sheepadoodle puppies will be going to forever homes when they're 8 weeks old.
We've kept the pictures below of a previous Sheepadoodle litter. We love reading good literature to our kids (and watching some fun Disney stories). The names from the Sheepadoodle litter pictured below were from Disney's magical Beauty and the Beast. Just to be clear, the pups below are not available. They were a previous litter. Each Sheepadoodle puppy below went to tremendous a forever home. We’ve kept the pictures to give you an idea of some of the color patterns that we’ve seen with previous Sheepadoodle puppies.