A Premier Hybrid Nursery
Double Doodle is a premier hybrid nursery where our carefully chosen F1 F1B Aussie Doodles give birth to some of the most amazing family pets you could ever adopt.
We start by selecting our foundation dogs upon which our entire lineage is based. Every dog in our household receives the highest quality vet care and are kept up-to-date on their vaccinations and their preventative care medications. They are all genetically tested through Canine Health Check and found to be clear of disease. Our foundation dogs were chosen based on physical characteristics as well as temperament.
Meet the Pack
Thistle is an F1B Aussiedoodle dame who is exceptionally easy to groom. She is the product of an F1 Aussiedoodle Dame back crossed with an AKC Blue Merle Australian Shepherd. She weighs in at 35 pounds and is what I would describe as a small-medium. She has a unique tri-color fading coat that is almost effortless in its ease of care.
Bramble our resident stud dog is a beautiful example of of an F1B Aussiedoodle. His Dame as an F1 Aussiedoodle who was back-crossed to an AKC Standard Poodle Sire. The result is a true medium sized male showing a red and white bi-color curly coat with handsome brown eyes and nose.
Primrose is an F1 Aussiedoodle Dame who has a lovely, long, fluffy Blue Merle coat and marbled blue and brown eyes. She is the stunning result of a match between an AKC Australian Shepherd Dame and an AKC Standard Poodle Sire. At 38 pounds she is athletic and robust. She is the kind of dog who turns heads everywhere she goes.
News from the Nursery
Karen because she constantly looks up at you like she needs to see the manager about the fact that she is so much smaller than her sisters. Over the next few weeks she made it clear that she was a full sized dog in a pint sized body and she has personality to spare. If you are looking for a spunky pup who will be closer to the size of a mini Aussiedoodle, probably under 25 pounds then Karen might just be the one for you. While she was the accidental star of the litter she is surrounded by an all star cast of characters
Picking Your Pup
When evaluating our puppies we tend to look for four key traits.
I like to see a pup who is curious and friendly, who will approach me while I’m seated and not cower or hide.
A smart pup is eager to please and quickly learns repeated commands. Consistency is key on the parents’ part but I like a pup who wants to let me turn learning into a game.
All puppies tug and play with their litter-mates, biting ears and tails is completely normal, but overly aggressive behavior is not to be tolerated, and our foundation dogs were determined to be docile among their litters.
This encompasses all that the dog is. It’s his X-factor, his goofiness, his snuggly-ness and pick-me-pick-me-ness. I saw it in each dog I selected to be a part of my family and you will know it when you see it too.
ADOPTING YOUR PUP
We have two ways to adopt: in-person pick up or ground delivery. Please note that a cost of $300 will apply to the delivery of any pup. All pups are registered with the American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC). This is fantastic for listing and tracking the lineage of hybrid dogs, not entirely dissimilar to the traditional registries for their purebred ancestors. Each pup goes home with the following documentation: a comfort basket, ACHC registration, and information on AKC Canine Partners Enrollment, a pedigree from both parents, health certificate from our local, valued vet, shot/vaccine records and microchip documents, copy of our puppy sales contract including our first right-of-return and pet insurance information.
We also join the community in sponsoring responsibility, we donate both time as volunteers and funds to our local non-profit pet service groups. These amazing groups offer low/no-cost spay/neuter programs, foster care between homes, emergency grooming, and food for feral animals.
We proudly partner with the following groups:
RedRover is a charity that uses innovative solutions to help rescue animals from natural disaster areas, abusive situations and other crises.
Their Red Rover Responders program shelters and cares for animals who have been displaced by events such as natural disasters, criminal seizures and hoarding cases. They also have a RedRover Relief program which provides financial help and resources for pets when their owners have fallen on hard economic times.
Grey Muzzle is a charity that assists in providing resources and homes for at-risk senior dogs. This organization believes “no dog should die alone and afraid” and their work encompasses many aspects of caring for and nurturing older dogs. Grey Muzzle helps fund rescue organizations, non-profits and shelters in support of their mission.
The Pet Fund is a national organization founded in 2003 which provides financial assistance to pet owners when they cannot afford needed veterinary care for their companions.
Finally, we want to encourage you to join our family and use us as a go-to spot to answer questions and help with any problems that may pop up during the entire life of your pet.