The micro mini F1B sheepadoodle is a mix of a F1 sheepadoodle and a toy poodle. The micro mini sheepadoodle can vary in size to a small degree depending on the size of the Dam (F1 doodle) and sire (toy poodle). The F1B micro mini sheepadoole May also vary in color and coat, with the daddy being credited for most of these specific conformations.
There is not a great size range with our micro mini sheepadoodles. Ten Oaks Doodles specializes in raising micro mini sheepadoodle puppies with an average weight of 18 pounds or under, although we never know for certain till birth.
The micro mini sheepadoole is considered to have a non-shedding coat, due to an F1B cross, 75% poodle, 25% doodle, producing more of the poodle gene. For this reason a sheepadoole will have more of a curly coat appearance. This micro mini sheepadoole cross will produce a wider variety of colors than an F1 cross, due to breeding poodle color genes from both parents side. The black and white colors being the most traditional, sable tri- color of tan and white markings, solid chocolate, black, cream, or even white, phantom and the blue merl, which is highly sought after. Most micro mini blue merel sheepadooles have striking blue eyes.
The micro mini sheepadoole is a recommended breed for those that suffer from allergies, due to their curly coat being more appealing due to less shedding.
The micro mini sheepadoole can be active and somewhat high strung and energetic. Similar to a toy poodle. They are great with families, very loyal,and affectionate.
Micro mini sheepadooles are very intelligent, making them fairly easy to train and communicate. As with any puppy, bad habits can develop if neglected, therefore it is recommended to start training at an early age and stay consistent. At Ten Oaks Doodles, we start the training process early so puppies have a good start when there are ready to go to their new homes.
The F1B micro mini sheepadooles, a smaller hybrid cross, are more likely to be healthier than their parents and will not have any of the problems larger dogs can have. Our adults at two years old, are Hip and Elbow certified by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) as well DNA tested for Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)
The F1B micro mini sheepadoole loves to run, play, and bounce. Moderate amount of exercise is generally sufficient.