The Swiss Doodle is a new cross between a tri-color Bernedoodle and a tri-color Aussiedoodle. As a second-generation hybrid, the Swiss Doodle inherits strong traits from both its parents and is known for its fierce loyalty towards its owners and lovable, yet mischievous demeanor.
A full genetic profile of the Swiss Doodle can be found as a variable mixture between a Poodle, an Australian Shepherd, and the St. Bernese Mountain Dog. These are the three pure breeds that complete a Swiss Doodle’s family tree.
A Swiss Doodle is unique in that they are bordering on a medium-sized dog. Much of this has to do with the traits inherited from the Australian Shepherd Dog. Swiss Doodles are typically tri-color, outgoing, and extremely friendly.
A Swiss Doodle typically has a wavy coat, but there can also be straight-coated Swiss Doodles as well. They are usually white, brown, and black. Their coats are typically non shedding and hypoallergenic.
A Swiss Doodle’s behavior is typically classified as high energy, but also playful and well-tempered as well. They typically love playing fetch and need to be exercised for at least 30 minutes per day.
Grooming a Swiss Doodle is in line with grooming techniques for most any Doodle cross-breed. Their coat should be brushed at least three times a week at a minimum (daily is preferable). They need a haircut every 6 to 12 weeks.