Microchip Number For Each Animal Advertised: 956000016327512,956000016326904,956000016321362,956000016325218,956000016327999
Supply Number: MB234780
Registered Breeder Number: RPBA 15328
F1 Bordercollie x Mini Toy Poodle Born 13th October 2023
All Of these Pups are Black with some white features. Mainly white chest markings.
Micro-chipped and Vaccinated 05 December 2023
Ready for new homes and Families NOW!
Bordoodle will be a great family owned pet and these pups have been around young children since birth. They all have very different personalities.
A bit about the Bordoodle Breed
Bordoodles have the great friendly nature of a Border Collie mixed with the playfulness and individuality of a Poodle.
The intelligence level of a Bordoodle is very high with Border Collie and Poodle being the two smartest dog breeds in the world. Due to their intelligence level a Bordoodle is very easy to train.
They are extremely loyal dogs and will be watchful over your family. They are also people orientated dogs, love to interact and are great with children.
Bordoodles are ideally suited to a family environment, but are also great all round companion animals.
These Bordoodles should grow to a medium sized dog as they are crossed with a Miniature X Toy Poodle.
The expected mature size is 12-15 kilos and 45cm at the withers (this represents the mid-point of the dog’s back between the shoulder blades of its front legs).
Males do grow slightly bigger than females.
Bordoodles require a moderate amount of exercise but are not as active nor require as much stimulation as a Border Collie.
A general rule is to aim for 40 mins per day. This can be either a walk, chasing a ball in the park or going for a swim Or a generous size yard to play and run around in.
Bordoodles make great exercise partners and love the outdoors in general. We do not recommend taking your dog on long runs or engaging them in excessive exercise before the age of 10 months (while their bones and joints are still maturing).
Dogs have access to: warm bedding, water at all times, ample space to exercise, natural light
Dogs have enrichment provisions: Yes
Dogs are exposed to: people with different appearances or ages, different sounds
Offers lifetime rehoming: Yes