Best Sheepadoodle Generations – F1, F1B, F1BB, F2, F2B, F3!

It’s important that you know what the letters and number means like F1, F1B, F1BB, F2, F2B, F2BB, or F3 (multi-gen) Sheepadoodle.

If you don’t understand the letters and number, you won’t understand the genetic makeup that Sheepadoodle will have. This includes personality, temperament, coat, and shedding.

In this guide, we will explain what the letters and the number means so you can decide the best Sheepadoodle generations that are right for you.

The F1 Sheepadoodle is a first generation Sheepadoodle that is bred between a 100% Old English Sheepdog and a 100% Poodle. The creates a Sheepadoodle dog that is 50% Old English Sheepdog and 50% Poodle.

F1 Sheepadoodle

A F1B Sheepadoodle is 75% Poodle and 25% Old English Sheepdog. The F1B is by far one of the most popular generations of Sheepadoodle. Most of these dog breeders will claim that F1B Sheepadoodles don’t shed and are allergy-friendly.

F1B Sheepadoodle

The F1BB Sheepadoodle (87.5% Poodle and 12.5% Old English Sheepdog) is the mix between an F1B Sheepadoodle (75% Poodle, 25% Old English Sheepdog) and an original purebred dog that is either the Poodle or Old English Sheepdog.

F1BB Sheepadoodle

The F2 Sheepadoodle is the second filial generation of the Sheepadoodle. This is the cross between the F1 Sheepadoodle and another F1 Sheepadoodle. This results in genes that are 50% Poodle and 50% Old English Sheepdog.

F2 Sheepadoodle

The F2B Sheepadoodle (62.5% Poodle and 37.5% Old English Sheepdog) is usually a cross between the F1 Sheepadoodle (50% Poodle, 50% Old English Sheepdog) and the F1B Sheepadoodle (75% Poodle, 25% Old English Sheepdog).

F2B Sheepadoodle

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