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Aussie Doodle Dog Registration

  • General Appearance: A designer breed between an Australian Shepherd and a Poodle, the Aussiepoo is a fantastic companion. Aussiepoos are playful and friendly dogs that love to play with their owner. They are small to medium-sized, ranging from 10 to 15 inches tall, have a coat that can be wavy or curly, and may also be hypoallergenic. They can be found in a variety of colors, such as blue merle, red merle, black and red tri, black and tan, parti, sable, or even a solid color in rare cases. 

  • Proportion and Symmetry: Due to inheriting proportion from the Australian Shepherd, this breed is slightly longer than it is tall.​

  • Substance: Despite their size, the Aussiepoo can reach anywhere from 25 to 70 pounds. Their typical lifespan ranges from 10 to 13 years. Their coat will shed an average amount. 

  • Head: The head is clean cut, strong and dry. Overall size should be in proportion to the body. The muzzle is equal in length or slightly shorter than the back skull. Viewed from the side the top line of the back skull and muzzle form parallel planes, divided by a moderate, well-defined stop. The muzzle tapers little from base to nose and is rounded at the tip. General routine includes teeth and ear cleaning to remove dirt and debris for hygiene. 

  • Body: Chest is not broad but is deep with the lowest point reaching the elbow. The ribs are well sprung and long, neither barrel chested nor slab sided. The underline shows a moderate tuck-up.

  • Forequarters: Shoulders - Shoulder blades are long, flat, fairly close-set at the withers and well laid back. The upper arm, which should be relatively the same length as the shoulder blade, attaches at an approximate right angle to the shoulder line with forelegs dropping straight, perpendicular to the ground. Legs straight and strong. Bone is strong, oval rather than round. Pastern is medium length and very slightly sloped. Front dewclaws may be removed. Feet are oval, compact with close-knit, well arched toes. Pads are thick and resilient.

  • Coat: Hair is of medium texture, straight to wavy, weather resistant and of medium length. The undercoat varies in quantity with variations in climate. Hair is short and smooth on the head, ears, front of forelegs and below the hocks. Backs of forelegs and britches are moderately feathered. There is a moderate mane and frill, more pronounced in dogs than in bitches. 

  • Color: Their coats can be a variety of colors typically seen in Aussiedoodles, like blue merle, red merle, black and red tri, black and tan, parti, sable, or even a solid color in rare cases.

  • Gait: The Aussiedoodle has a smooth, free and easy gait. He exhibits great agility of movement with a well-balanced, ground covering stride. Fore and hind legs move straight and parallel with the center line of the body. As speed increases, the feet (front and rear) converge toward the center line of gravity of the dog while the back remains firm and level. The Aussiedoodle must be agile and able to change direction or alter gait instantly.

  • Temperament: Playful, smart, and loyal, Aussiepoos need exercise daily, such as a walk.

An Aussiedoodle is more than just a pet - it's a cherished member of the family. As the popularity of this unique and versatile breed continues to grow, more owners are seeking ways to celebrate and recognize their Aussiedoodle's lineage and heritage. One way to do this is by registering your dog with the Designer Kennel Club (DKC), the official registry for the Aussiedoodle breed. In this article, we'll explore the numerous reasons why registering your Aussiedoodle with the DKC is beneficial for both you and your furry companion.

 

Authenticity and Pedigree Verification: Registering your Aussiedoodle with the DKC provides you with official documentation of your dog's pedigree and lineage. This can be particularly important if you plan to breed your Aussiedoodle in the future or participate in dog shows or competitions, as it verifies the authenticity of your dog's breed and ancestry.

 

Breed Recognition and Standards: The DKC is dedicated to promoting and preserving the integrity of the Aussiedoodle breed. By registering your dog with the DKC, you contribute to the recognition and establishment of breed standards, ensuring that Aussiedoodles are bred responsibly and maintain their unique characteristics and qualities.

 

Access to Breeder Referral Services: Registered breeders with the DKC are held to high standards of ethics and professionalism. When you register your Aussiedoodle with the DKC, you gain access to their breeder referral services, which can help you find reputable breeders who adhere to responsible breeding practices and prioritize the health and well-being of their dogs.

 

Participation in DKC Events and Activities: As a registered member of the DKC, you and your Aussiedoodle may be eligible to participate in a variety of events and activities organized by the club. These may include dog shows, obedience trials, agility competitions, and more. Participating in DKC events can be a fun and rewarding way to bond with your dog and showcase their talents and abilities.

 

Community and Networking Opportunities: Registering your Aussiedoodle with the DKC connects you with a community of fellow Aussiedoodle enthusiasts, breeders, and owners. You can share experiences, advice, and tips with other members, as well as participate in forums, social media groups, and local meet-ups dedicated to the breed.

 

Support for Breed Health and Research: The DKC is committed to promoting the health and well-being of Aussiedoodles through education, research, and advocacy. By registering your dog with the DKC, you support their efforts to fund health research, raise awareness of breed-specific health issues, and provide resources and support for owners dealing with health-related concerns.

 

Preserving the Legacy of the Aussiedoodle Breed: Finally, registering your Aussiedoodle with the DKC helps to preserve the legacy of the breed for future generations. By maintaining accurate records of pedigrees and lineages, the DKC ensures that the history and heritage of the Aussiedoodle breed are documented and respected.

Registering your Aussiedoodle with the Designer Kennel Club offers numerous benefits, including authenticity verification, access to breeder referral services, participation in events and activities, community networking opportunities, support for breed health, and the preservation of the breed's legacy. Whether you're a dedicated breeder, a passionate owner, or simply an admirer of the Aussiedoodle breed, registering your dog with the DKC is a meaningful way to celebrate and honor your beloved companion.

Question & Answer

Can You Register a Aussiedoodle?

Yes, you can register your puppy or dog with the Designer Kennel Club. The DKC is the best registry for the Aussiedoodle designer dog breed. 

Can I get Papers for a Aussiedoodle?

Yes, you can receive registration papers for your puppy or dog. Register your puppy or dog as a Foundation dog.

Can I register my Aussiedoodle puppy litter?

Litter registration is offered by the Designer Kennel Club. To register your puppy litter, you must register both parents as Foundation dog, then register your puppy litter. 

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