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Registration: All Bordoodles are registrable with the International Designer Canine Registry and are eligible for full registration and pedigree services.

Click here to learn more about Bordoodle registration; how to register your Bordoodles or to dual register your Bordoodle with the International Designer Canine Registry.

The International Designer Canine Association recognized and began recording registration for the Bordoodle in 2009.

Breed Characteristics

  Activity Level


  Noise Level

  Other Pet Compatibility

  Grooming Necessity

  People Friendliness

  Shedding Level


Hybrid Origin:  The Bordoodle is a hybrid between the Border Collie and the Poodle.

Country of Origin:  Bordoodles originate in the United States of America.

Original Purpose:  The Bordoodle is a exceptional family companion.

Breed Characteristics: 
Bordoodle are a highly trainable Designer Breed that is commonly used on farms to aid in the process of herding sheep.

Bordoodles are naturally physically fit, even when kept as family pets and companions, rather than as working dogs.

Bordoodles tend to be very people friendly, courage, and intelligence.

Bordoodles are considered average shedders with a thick coat, medium length, usually with a wave or curl to it.

Bordoodles have a strong desire to please their owners.

Bordoodles make superb pets for single owners or families, as they are extremely personable dogs with great dispositions.

Bordoodles tend to develop strong bonds with their families and are exceptionally loyal.

Life Expectancy: 
Average life expectance for the Bordoodle is 10 - 13 years.





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