The Sheepadoodle have sturdy, solid builds and are medium sized. The head has a broad look between the ears hanging down and on the overall the skull seems dome shaped. The dogs appear to have faces with black and brown feathered shaped eyes and soft hair.


It is a medium to large dog, smaller ones weight 45 to 65 pounds and the larger ones 60 to 80 pounds. The ideal Sheepdogdoodle is well proportioned, muscular, and strong. Their puppies have the best of both breeds, and they are nearly 100% hypoallergenic with long and soft coats that range anywhere from straight to curly.

  • Breed Group: Working

  • Lifespan: 12 to 15 years

  • Height: 13 to 24 inches

  • Weight: 60 to 80 Pounds

  • Grooming Needs: Moderate to high

  • Coat type: Wavy/curly, long, soft

  • Hypoallergenic:  Yes

  • Barking: Rare

  • Breed Type: Crossbreed

  • Average new Puppy Price: $900 to $2800

  • Annual Medical Expense: $500 to $600

  • Average Annual Non-Medical Expense: $950 to $1000




Sheepdogdoodle mainly come in black or black and white. Often times, the black will fade to gray or gray and white, similar to the Old English Sheepdog. Occasionally, Sheepapoo are born with a lot of white, or almost all white.



Generally between 24 to 27 inches tall, between 45 to 55 pounds, approximately the same size as your average standard poodle


Personality and temperament of Sheepadoodle:


The Sheepadoodle is also known for being gentle, sweet, happy, affectionate and most of all, silly dogs. They are highly intelligent and loyal dog breed. It’s a designer breed. The Sheepapoo is a great family dog it gets along well with everyone of all ages. The doodle is a Loving, Playful, and a Quiet dog breed. They get along well with children and will be open to positive interaction with other dogs.



This dog is highly intelligent and has an eagerness to please, which makes them fairly easy to train. Provided the training is firm and consistently patient, including early socialization, while still a puppy.

Different prices of  Puppies:

  • Micro Sheepadoodle Puppies $2200.00

  • Mini Sheepapoo Puppies $1900.00

  • Silver Sheepadoodle Puppies $1800.00

  • Mini Tri Color Sheepadoodle Puppies $2200.00

  • Small Standard Sheepa Puppies $1500.00

  • Standard SheepadooTri Color Puppies $1800.00

  • Standard Sheepapoo Puppies $1500.00



Sheepadoodle Health & Problems:


Sheepadoodle is generally healthy, but some of the health problems are included like Skin problems, Renal disorders, Von Willebrand disease, Hip dysplasia, Epilepsy, Dilated cardiomyopathy, Patellar luxation, Sebaceous adenitis, Patent ductus arteriosis, Mitral dysplasia, Tricuspid dysplasia, Allergies, Bloat. The estimated lifespan of the Sheeppoo is expected to be between 12 and 15 years.




The Sheepadoodle does not shed, but needs regular brushing to maintain a long coat, which is soft and usually wavy. Sheepadoodles can have their furry coats both straight and curly, which requires regular grooming like brushing a few times weekly as also, trimming them when necessary, especially if that covers their eyes. Clean their ears at times to avoid infections. Regular and complete grooming is a good for your dog health.


Health Insurance:

Insurance coverage varies: some policies cover spay/neauter, vaccinations and heartworm medication.


Exercise needed:

Exercise is important for their overall confidence and it must be useful for a healthy lifestyle.  Sheeppoo just fine in any type of home and apartment so regular exercise is required. Exercise is also important to keep your dog healthy. Doodle is a strong, active dog that requires a great deal of daily exercise. There are many physical, health benefits as well. When Sheepdogpoo receives regular exercise, it helps to prevent like Heart disease, Some types of cancer, Stroke, Arthritis etc.


Feed Healthy food:

Feeding is a also useful for every dog lifespan, but healthy food is almost required for dog health care. If you want to take care of your dog  so it is essential to healthy and wholesome food. 

When you adopt Sheepdogdoodle slowly to give him dry food because an inherent trait from both breeds is slight gastric sensitivity and choosing a quality food is important. As an adult, your Shepadoodle should be fed 3-4 cups of top quality dry dog food daily.

Love & affection

Love and affection are useful for every dog. If you give a love and affection to your dog than the dog will love you back. Your Sheepdogdoodle will be a member of your family, So Give lots of love and affection for your doodle. Most importantly, spend time with your dog because that your dog needs love and warmth.



Like people,  Sheepadoodle need vaccines. Vaccinating your pet has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help him live a long, healthy life. Puppies are typically vaccinated at eight and 10 weeks, Your young Sheepadoodle should then be given a booster 12 months after their first vaccination because it’s very useful to take care of any pets.


Training of Sheepadoodle puppy:


They are easy to train, but just like most other dogs, the training process must be accompanied by socialization and these both need to start when the puppy is very young. This hybrid was designed to service the Shepadoodle responds extremely well to training and have uncanny natural instincts. Because his lineage includes two very bright breeds, the Shepadoodle is a quick study and easy to train.


Shepadoodle pups are adorable and deceptively small but grow quickly and require time and dedication when it comes to training, exercise and socialization.


Behavioral training:


Behavioral training is a very important for any dog. At some point in time all of us dog owners need to administer some dog behavior training. Behavioral training is a very helpful for taking care of the dog. First of all, if you want to train your puppy to Behavioral training so find out some common behavioral issues like briking, aggression, food guarding, howling, mouthing and chewing, separation anxiety, etc and stop this behavioral issues and train your dog easily.


Obedience training:

This is a one of the basic and most important training for any dog. There are 3 methods of training that we use with our black mouth cur, all begins with a strong foundation in the core 5 obedience commands: come, sit, stay, heel, down. Every dog should know these 5 basic obedience commands Because it is very necessary for obedience training


Sheepadoodles come in different sizes, depending on the parents:

Mini Sheepadoodles: –  results from crossing a Miniature Poodle with a Old English Sheepdog, generally ranges from 25-49 lbs.
Tiny Sheepadoodles: – results from crossing a Toy Poodle with an Old English Sheepdog, ranges from 10-24 lbs.
Standard Sheepadoodles: – results from crossing a Standard Poodle with an Old English Sheepdog, will generally be 50 lbs. And up.
Sheepadoodles are like all other breeds and sometimes can vary from these weights as mature adults.