Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How much do Flying B Sheepadoodle puppies cost?
A. The Adoption Fee for a Flying B Sheepadoodles' puppy is $3,500.00. The Royal Litter born 10/6/22 is available for an Adoption Fee of $2,500.00.
Q. What size Sheepadoodles does Flying B Sheepadoodles offer?
A. Flying B Sheepadoodles specializes in breeding Standard and Giant Sheepadoodles. Standard Sheepadoodles are between 21” and 26” Tall at the Shoulder while Giant Sheepadoodles are 27”+ Tall at the Shoulder. The expected adult weight varies between 70-100 pounds for Giant Sheepadoodles and 40-70lbs for Standard Sheepadoodles.
Q. How long do Sheepadoodles live?
A. The life expectancy depends greatly on three factors: the most important factor is nutrition, the second is medication (those casually marketed as preventatives and cures), and the third is vaccines (a highly volatile topic in many circles - just do your own research and trust nobody’s personal opinion/education). With the previous factors in mind, the current average life expectancy for a Sheepadoodle is 10 Years, however, not many years ago the Standard Poodle and the Old English Sheepdog’s life expectancies were between 14 and 20 Years.
Q. When is Flying B Sheepadoodles' next litter planned?
A. This question is answered on Flying B Sheepadoodles' “Adoption” Page under “Waitlist” and updated regularly.
Q. Does Flying B Sheepadoodles have any puppies available now?
A. When Flying B Sheepadoodles has puppies and adult dogs available they will be listed under the “Available Puppies” Page. If there is availability for the current litter, positions will be available on that litter’s Waitlist.
Q. Are Sheepadoodles Hypoallergenic?
A. Not 100%. Poodles are 100% Hypoallergenic, Old English Sheepdogs shed annually, so, Sheepadoodles are considered to be 80% Hypoallergenic. Flying B Sheepadoodles has sold puppies to several families with severe pet allergies and absolutely no problems have been reported (with proper maintenance/upkeep - daily brushing and monthly grooming).
Q. Do Sheepadoodles Shed?
A. Sheepadoodles shed little to none.
Q. What color Sheepadoodles does Flying B Sheepadoodles offer?
A. Flying B Sheepadoodles specializes in breeding unique colors: red, red and white, white and red, silver and white, and black and white.
Q. What is the temperament of Sheepadoodles?
A. Sheepadoodles’ temperaments are made for spreading joy and smiles. Sheepadoodles have a few character traits passed from the Poodle and the Old English Sheepdog such as: hunters, protectors, observers, herders, and athletes. Sheepadoodles tend to be stubborn, highly intelligent, loyal to the entire family, and entertaining. Sheepadoodles love to be flexible in any circumstance easily transitioning between calm and playful. Flying B Sheepadoodles are raised with young children, socialized from 4 Weeks Old, and raised on Puppy Culture.
Q. What is the biggest difference between males and females?
A. MAYBE size, though, that’s not a consistent variant.
Q. “We’d really like a male but we’ve heard they mark everything inside and out; is that true?”
A. Flying B Sheepadoodles has never had this problem and has not been informed of this problem with any of their Forever Homes.
Q. Are there any Breed Specific or Genetic Issues that may be passed on to the puppies?
A. Yes. Flying B Sheepadoodles has been proactive in ensuring, to the best of their ability, none of the Breed Specific and/or Genetic Issues are in the blood lines of the Dam or Sire (Health Test Results are available for viewing on the “About” Page under “Adults”). Breed Specific Issues are as follows:
- Standard Poodle - “Most Poodles live long, happy, healthy lives thanks to the efforts of dedicated, responsible breeders who routinely test all breeding stock. As with all breeds, however, some health issues can occur, including hip dysplasia and several eye disorders. Idiopathic epilepsy, sebaceous adenitis, von Willebrand’s disease, and immune-mediated disorders are also seen in the breed on occasion.” - AKC.org.
Q. Does Flying B Sheepadoodles offer any discounts?
A. Yes! Flying B Sheepadoodles offers discounts to:
Multiple Puppy Purchase
Q. What is the best food for my new puppy?
A. Nutrition is the single most important factor for long-term health and puppy development. Because of this, Flying B Sheepadoodles has only two options they recommend:
The easiest is PawTree Kibble with their SuperFood Seasoning Blends (must be paired together for maximum health). PawTree is an all-natural and holistic company.
For those who flourish on continued learning, Flying B Sheepadoodles recommends the Raw Diet (meaning raw, not cooked - self-education and/or employing a Pet Nutritionist is highly recommended).
Q. What does Flying B Sheepadoodles recommend for new puppy owners?
A. Obviously, this question has no definitive answer, the preferred list is as follows: Hair Rake, Christiansen Hair Brush, X-Large Wire Kennel, Bedding, PawTree Food, PawTree Seasoning Blends, PawTree Joint Support Plus, PawTree Flea and Tick Spray, PawTree Treats, PawTree Dental Sticks, many toys (20+), Shampoo and Conditioner (unscented and detergent free preferred), harness and leash, Young Living Essential Oils (specifics can be provided if needed), Food and Water Dishes, PawTree’s Urine Eliminator and Oxy Shot Surface Stain Remover, veterinarian (preferably holistic), groomer, Puppy Culture’s Continued Puppy Training Kit, and a Puppy Class.
Q. How much should I exercise my new puppy?
A. None. Puppies need to be allowed to play and romp as much as they want, when they get tired, they sleep. Walking and/or running a puppy on hard surfaces is a very bad idea. Hard surfaces severely stress the developing bones and joints of the puppy and may contribute to later hip dysplasia and arthritis. Allow your new puppy to play and sleep as he sees fit and his bones and joints will develop beautifully. Also, choose your puppy’s playmates wisely - larger dogs will play much rougher than is healthy for your growing puppy.
Q. How many puppies are typically in a Sheepadoodle Litter?
A. On average there are 10 puppies in a Sheepadoodle Litter.