AIREDOODLE

History

Airedoodle is mainly a hybrid dog breed which is a Airedale Terrier Standard Poodle Mix. The hybrid results in formation of a fairly big size dog which is an intelligent and well-natured animal. This breed originated in the mid-1800s. Airedale Terrier of the 19th century served in the World War was a guard dog and was used for hunting purposes, while the Poodle originated in France in the 17th century that was more of a water dog known for its duck hunting. However, the Airedoodle is an American breed, and this designer dog mainly has been new in North America. Unfortunately, because of their hybrid nature, they cannot be a part of the AKC in spite of the fact that their parents are members of it. 

Temperament and Personality

The Airedoodle has a gentle nature that goes very well with kids, other dogs, and even other pets. They have high levels of energy but also maintain calmness. Their eagerness and pleasing manner make them a great gamer, and they love engaging in ball throwing games or other fun activities. They have a love for companionship, and if left alone can resort to naughty behaviors or other mischiefs or may start digging or chewing to express their unhappiness and distress. However, they can be excellent family pets. They are loyal, intelligent and good-natured but at times may reveal their stubborn streaks. Airedoodles are very friendly and enjoy being a part of any fun activity. They are also very curious and energetic pets but not too fussy or aggressive.

Airedoodle Characteristics

Adaptability To Apartment Living

Good for 1st Time Owners

Sensitivity

Tolerance Levels

Affection towards Family

Kid Friendliness

Stranger Friendliness

Ease of Grooming

General Health

Trainability

Prey Drive

Exercise Needs

Energy Level

Care

Exercise

Airedoodle is a large sized dog and requires a lot of exercises. They need regular walks of at least one and a half hour each day. Besides this, they also require play time that involves catching a Frisbee or throwing of balls. You can take them to dog parks or make them run in yards.

Additionally, they are great companions to you while running, cycling or jogging. Keep them physically active all the time and also occupied with activities that require mental stimulation. They should get adequate physical and mental exercise to maintain excellent health. A home with a fenced yard will be ideal for these dogs to get enough energy and physical activities that enhance their athletic side.

Grooming

These dogs experience average shedding, so they require daily brushing. However, shedding depends on the type of the coat even if it resembles the Poodle arent breed. Regular maintenance includes trimming, shampooing with a dog shampoo or brushing. Regular teeth cleaning ensure healthy teeth and nails should also be appropriately trimmed as required. Bath must be given as needed but not with a human shampoo as it can be harmful to the coat and skin of the dog resulting in allergic reactions. You must not cut the nails too deep otherwise it may result in pain and bleeding. You must also wipe the ears with a clean damp cloth on a weekly basis to avoid infection of any sort. Note grooming of the thick furry Airedoodles might be tricky.

Health problems

Airedale Poodle Puppies usually do not inherit diseases from their parents, but this can never be a guarantee with them as they might be infected with health issues of other genes too. The ailments include gastric torsion or bloating, hip dysplasia or even dermatitis. Some diseases may cause itching on their skin and coats. Excessive licking may be a result of this but can be solved by clipping their coats on a regular basis. Also, you can remove the dead hair roots by hand stripping on the fur. However, most Airedoodles are short lived.

Training

They are very intelligent and easily can please their owner. They are also very easy to train. These physically strong dogs require both socialization as well as behavioural training to bring out the best side of them. They also love human interaction and thrive well on mental stimulation. Airedoodles can quickly pick up your commands just after following a few repetitions. Unlike other dogs, training the Poodle Airedale Terrier Mix puppies becomes much quicker and easier. But you must make sure to begin the training at an early age. If your pet is stubborn, you must stay firm and calm with him. Moreover, training them is an enjoyable experience and you must be confident about the handling.

Their nature makes them highly popular which is why the Airedale Poodle Mix Breeders are always pre-booked.

Feeding

The Airedoodle is a larger sized animal and possesses a lot of energy. So make sure they get quality dry food for sustaining good health. Various brands and varieties of dry dog foods are easily available at reliable pet stores. The diet must include most of the dry food and minimal human food.

Additionally, offer them two and a half cups to three cups of dry food regularly. The total quantity must be divided into two meals in a single day. This breed needs a high amount of food as compared to smaller dogs. They will be fine with a high quality nutritious dry dog food.

Airedoodle Facts

Airedoodle

Breed Type:

Other Names:

Airedale Terrier Poodle Mix, Airedalepoo

Height & Weight:

22-26 inches & 40-65 pounds

Color:

Brown, Brown, Black and White, White, Golden

Competitive Registration / Qualification Information:

DDKC, DRA, ACHC, IDCR, DBR

Shedding:

Moderate Shedding

Hypoallergenic:

Average Litter Size:

Aidi

Lifespan:

10-15 years

Coat:

soft, wiry, medium, dense, coarse

Price:

$1000

Adaptability To Apartment Living
Good for 1st Time Owners
Sensitivity
Tolerance Levels
Affection towards Family
Kid Friendliness
Stranger Friendliness
Ease of Grooming
General Health
Trainability
Prey Drive
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
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