Sheepadoodle

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Sheepadoodle
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A Sheepadoodle at 6 months old
Breed status Not recognized as a standardized breed by any major kennel club.
Notes Cross-breed/hybrid dog that draws heritage from Old English sheepdog and poodle
Domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris)

A Sheepadoodle is a cross-breed/hybrid dog obtained by breeding an Old English sheepdog with a poodle. The name (which alters "poodle" to "doodle" in reference to the Labradoodle) was coined in 1992. A first generation (F1) Sheepadoodle is a doodle which is bred from an old English sheepdog and a poodle. First generation doodles tend to have added health benefits since they are the first in their line. They shed very lightly. F1b sheepadoodles are first generation backcross sheepadoodles which mean they are bred from a sheepadoodle and poodle. This helps with allergies as this generation sheds even less than F1.

There are celebrities that have sheepadoodles, such as Meryl Davis and Fedor Andreev, who have a mini sheepadoodle.[1][2]

Not to be confused with a shepadoodle, which is a standard poodle and a German Shepherd.[3]

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  1. ^ "Meryl Davis Is Engaged to Former Figure Skater Fedor Andreev: See Her Gorgeous Canary Yellow Diamond Ring", People, September 27, 2017, July 17, 2017
  2. ^ Figure Skaters Meryl Davis and Fedor Andreev Are Engaged! Relive Their Cutest Moments Away From the Ice Rink, EOnline, July 17, 2017, retrieved September 27, 2017
  3. ^ "Pricey designer dogs are popular and controversial", Lincoln Journal Star, July 22, 2006, retrieved September 27, 2017