Besides having one of the most fun dog names to say, Shepadoodles are fantastic pets. When you combine a German Shepherd and a Poodle, the result is an amazingly fluffy, cuddly dog with an irresistibly cute face! So, you know that they are adorable to look at, but what about games to play with a Shepadoodle? What exactly do they like to do? All the information you need is here to help keep your calm, smart, trainable Shepadoodle busy and happy!
Shepadoodles are extremely smart dogs. Not only are they clever but they are also very trainable, responding well to commands that are paired with treats! They are quick to learn anything you may throw at them so why not give your Shepadoodle a challenge? After teaching them the basics like sit and stay, work on harder tricks with your pup. Training your dog to do difficult tricks will keep their minds and bodies busy which means a happy and healthy dog. And besides, it is just fun to train your dog to do fun tricks that will make them stand out at the dog park!
As mentioned before, Shepadoodles are very smart dogs and what do smart dogs love? A challenge! This breed is also very lively and active which means that they need a lot of activities that revolve around running and playing in addition to learning. Intelligent dogs need activities that will exercise their mind in order to prevent them from being bored at home. Luckily, this game called Treibball will satisfy all of your Shepadoodle's needs! They will run, they will learn and they will do a little herding while they are at it. A few large exercise balls and a soccer goal are all you need! So how do you play Treibball? Time to explain…
Shepadoodles are extremely responsive to training and they are also very loyal to their owners and their family. This combination of personality traits means that they make excellent watchdogs. You can easily teach your Shepadoodle to act as the guardian of your house, alerting you to any strange noise or person who may be around. In fact, a Shepadoodle will love this task. As a very smart breed, they love to have a 'job' and will be happier when they have a purpose. So, not only will training your pup to be a watchdog be beneficial to you, it will also greatly help your pup.
While Shepadoodles are hypo-allergenic, that doesn't mean they can't get dirty! In fact, their signature fluffy coat is a magnet for dirt so take some time to clean your pup. Make it fun and playful so that your dog likes their bath time!
Shepadoodles make fantastic therapy dogs due to their massive, cuddly size and their easy-going demeanor. Train your dog to be a therapy dog and go along to visit those in need of some friendly dog time.
A Shepadoodle may be one of the best breeds currently available. They are easy going, hypoallergenic, gorgeous to look at and perfect to cuddle up with on the couch. While a Shepadoodle can be an expensive breed, they are well worth the designer price tag especially if you are looking for a nice family dog. This breed certainly has all of the best characteristics of a German Shepherd and a Poodle all wrapped up into one fluffy, loyal, obedient package!