Aussiedoodle Generations Explained

F1 Generation​

This is a result of the breeding of two purebred dogs. Half of each dog is the mother’s breed, and the other half is the father’s breed.  F1’s are low to non-shedding puppies. F1’s are generally healthier than both parent dogs. This generation can be good for those with mild allergies, but we recommend going to an F1b or higher generation for those with allergies.

Example: an Aussiedoodle whose mother is a purebred Australian Shepherd and father a purebred Poodle.

F1b Generation​

This is a result from the mating of an F1 parent and a purebred  parent. This is used to intensify traits found in the purebred  parent’s breed. F1b’s are more non-shedding than the F1 cross.  This generation is more suitable for those with more severe allergies.

Example: an Aussiedoodle whose mother is an Aussiedoodle and father a purebred Poodle.

F1bb Generation​

This is a result from the mating of an F1b parent and a purebred  parent. This is used to intensify traits found in the purebred  parent’s breed even more. F1bb’s are non-shedding.

Example: an F1b Aussiedoodle whose mother is an F1 Aussiedoodle and father a purebred Poodle.

F2    Generation​

F2 dogs are the offsets resulting from the mating of two F1 hybrids. I do not breed this generation because 25% of the litter will have straight coats on average and  75% of the litter have wavy to curly coats. F2’s can be anywhere from heavy shedding to low-shedding to non-shedding.

Example: an Aussiedoodle whose mother is an Aussiedoodle F1 and father an Aussiedoodle F1.

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