The Shepadoodle is a cross between the German Shepherd and the Standard, Miniature, or Toy Poodle. They are a loyal and devoted breed that absolutely adore their family. Thanks to their German Shepherd heritage, they are protective and will make a good watchdog. Shepadoodles are friendly and social and tend to get along with almost everyone, though they can be a bit weary of strangers. They are an intelligent breed that is eager to please, so training shouldn’t be too difficult (provided it is started early). Shepadoodles love to have fun and play – they are a very active breed that need plenty of exercise. With proper socialization, they do well with children and other dogs. If you are looking for a calm, yet confident breed that has a genuine zest for life, the Shepadoodle is for you!< p>
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Shepadoodle Rescues in the USA
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