Green Acres Aussiedoodles

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Green Acres Aussiedoodles is thrilled to announce our third litter of Aussiedoodles. Our red tri-colored Australian Shepherd, Ruby, and our Standard Poodle, Jack, had a beautiful litter of black and white Aussiedoodles. Just for fun, our Australian Shepherd also, apparently, met up with our neighbor’s dog who is also a red tri-colored Australian Shepherd (thank goodness!), and they had three red-tri Australian Shepherd puppies at the same time!! (Yes, this is possible in dogs as I have VERY recently discovered. Our animals are driving me crazy because it doesn’t matter how much we work on our fencing, they can find a way around it!) Soooo, we have a “mixed litter” of five adorable black and white Aussiedoodle puppies and three adorable red-tri Australian Shepherds. They are seriously the sweetest, most lovable puppies around. They love to be picked up, pet, and played with as much as possible. We have received VERY GOOD feedback from our former customers and we frequently get very sweet, unexpected messages and amazing pictures from them! I am planning to get permission from our most recent customers and post some REALLY cute pictures I have received in the past month on our “Customer Testimonials” page. I will update that as soon as I get permission!

Below are pictures of some of the puppies from Ruby’s 2nd Litter. They were born on 03/16/23 and have their first vet appointment for their first round of shots next week. Our vet does not give vaccinations until they are 8 weeks old. They have already been dewormed and been given flea medication. These puppies are absolutely adorable and, as usual, pictures do not do them justice at all. I would keep them all if we had the space, time, and money to keep them!

The Aussiedoodles are $950 each and the Australian Shepherds are $500 each. I am giving a deep discount due to the unusual “activity” that occurred in this litter. 😉 We also need to sell our puppies so I am offering a lower price than normal!

**UPDATE: As of 05/09/23, two of the Aussiedoodles are sold and one is pending!!**

Green Acres Aussiedoodles is thrilled to announce our second litter of puppies. Our blue merle Australian Shepherd, Opal, and our Standard Poodle, Jack, had a beautiful litter of blue merle Aussiedoodles on January 12, 2023. There are five puppies available for adoption. Each puppy has its own unique markings and personality, but all of them are healthy, spunky, and available for adoption at 8 weeks old on March 9, 2023. They will come with their first round of shots, three rounds of deworming, and a complete vet check from our local veterinarian. The puppies will be $1,750 each and will require a $500 deposit to save your puppy of choice with the balance due on the date they go home with your family. You can contact us via Facebook Messenger or at the email address provided on our home page. **The most recent pictures are at the top!**

**UPDATE: As of May 07, 2023, all of our blue merle Aussiedoodles are SOLD!!**

**Please scroll WAY down to see pictures of their parents and grandparents!

Our first litter of Green Acres Aussiedoodles was born on July 5, 2022 to our Australian Shepherd, Ruby, and our standard poodle, Jack. Ruby had seven active, healthy puppies. Four of them are black and white Tuxedo Aussiedoodles (2 males, 2 females), one brown and white (sable) Tuxedo Aussiedoodle, and two solid black girls with tiny tips of white.

**Please scroll down to see pictures of the puppies and information and pictures of their parents and grandparents!

Green Acres Aussiedoodles is excited to begin offering Aussiedoodle puppies for sale in the summer of 2022. We purchased our Australian Shepherds first to give them adequate time to grow and mature before they are bred. We want to make sure that both mommas are healthy and happy before they have their first litter of puppies. Scroll down past the pictures of Jack to see pictures of Ruby and Opal along with pictures of their parents.

We will breed our Australian Shepherds to a cream colored Standard Poodle named Jack. Jack is expected to weigh between 70-80 pounds. He is one of the sweetest, smartest dogs we have ever owned. He was born on May 23, 2021 and is registered through AKC. He is up to date on vaccinations and worming.

Here are some pictures of Jack along with a picture from when we first purchased him. His fur is a really appealing cream color that is nice and curly and has done remarkably well on the farm despite getting wet 2,351 times each day. 😉

Below are pictures of Jack’s mother and father. His mother is a white registered Standard Poodle and his father is a parti-colored (white with cream spots) registered Standard Poodle.

The two girls pictured below are the other half of Green Acres Aussiedoodles! Meet our two full-breed Australian Shepherds, Ruby and Opal. They are both healthy and up to date on vaccinations and worming. They have very loving, obedient, and energetic personalities and love to play and wrestle with one another.

Ruby was born 01/15/21. She is a Red Tri-colored Australian Shepherd. Her mom is a Red Merle (grandparents were Red Tri-colored and Blue Merle) and here dad was a Red-tri with some white markings. (The last two pictures show her parents so you can see possible color combinations for her puppies!) Ruby has a very mischievous personality and likes to push boundaries a bit. We have to keep a close eye on her because she likes to explore and get into mischief with other animals. She is very sweet and smart and likes to help herd our cows and goats.

Opal was born on 01/17/21. She is a Blue Merle Australian Shepherd. Opal’s mom is a red tri-colored Australian Shepherd with lots of white markings and her dad is a Blue Merle Australian Shepherd. (The last two pictures show her parents so you can see possible color combinations for her puppies!) Opal is a very obedient dog who is a people pleaser. Whenever Ruby gets in trouble, she makes sure she stays close and lets us know she is being “the good dog”! Opal is really sweet and likes to give us hugs. She also likes to help herd our cows.